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PhD Defense: Utilizing Mobile Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks and IoT Networks, Natalie Temene (University of Cyprus, Cyprus), Monday, December 12, 2022, 10:00-11:00 EET.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Cyprus cordially invites you to the PhD Defense entitled:
Utilizing Mobile Nodes in Wireless Sensor Networks and IoT Networks
Speaker: Natalie Temene
The operation of the Internet of Things (IoT) networks and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is often disrupted by a number of problems, such as congestion, path disconnections, node faults, and security attacks. These issues are the results of the limitations these networks provide in terms of memory, computational power, and energy. A method that gains significant research interest for tackling the aforementioned issues is the use of mobile nodes or nodes deployed by mobile robots. The use of mobile elements essentially increases the resources and the capacity of the network, which results in increasing the lifetime of the network. This thesis proposes algorithmic solutions that utilize mobile nodes and contribute significantly to the alleviation of different network problems, such as congestion and node failure. The main contribution is to place mobile nodes in the network in such a position to relieve the affected area from the problem that has occurred, taking into consideration several parameters and constraints. Five algorithmic solutions were designed, implemented, and evaluated in the COOJA simulator of Conitki OS. The results show that our algorithmic solutions can alleviate the problem that has occurred and restore the network to a functional state.
Natalie Temene is a PhD candidate at the Department of Computer Science under the supervision of Professor Chryssis Georgiou and Associate Professor Vasos Vassiliou. She is a member of the Foundations of Computing Systems and Theoretical Computer Science Laboratory and the Networks Research Lab. Her research interests lie in the area of mobility in Wireless Sensor Networks and IoT Networks, Distributed algorithms and complexity, and Fault Tolerance. During her doctoral studies she has thrice received doctoral scholarships by the University of Cyprus. She holds BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Science from the University of Cyprus. Webpage: http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~ntemen01/
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