[SEMINAR] February 16, 2024 – Dimitrios Zorbas – Protocols for Time-Critical Ad-hoc Applications

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Title: Protocols for Time-Critical Ad-hoc Applications

Speaker: Dimitrios Zorbas, Nazarbayev University

Abstract: Protocols for time-critical ad-hoc applications play a pivotal role in ensuring seamless communication within dynamic IoT environments. Leveraging technologies like LoRa, these protocols enable swift data transmission crucial for time-sensitive operations. Energy efficiency remains a major concern, driving the development of lightweight protocols optimized for resource-constrained devices. Integrating machine learning algorithms enhances protocol adaptability, enabling predictive analytics for preemptive decision-making in time-critical scenarios. Through a synergy of these elements, robust protocols are forged, ensuring reliable and timely data delivery in dynamic ad-hoc environments, thereby facilitating efficient IoT deployments.

Bio: Dr. Dimitrios Zorbas is an Assistant Professor at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Piraeus in Greece. He has worked as post doctoral researcher at Inria Lille – Nord Europe and at University of La Rochelle in France. He was also a researcher at Tyndall National Institute – University College Cork in Ireland after receiving a Marie Curie fellowship. He is author of more than 50 peer-reviewed publications in the area of wireless communications and distributed computing. He has worked in several national as well as FP7 and H2020 projects.

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