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Title: Telecommunications

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Telecommunications Internet Technologies
Research at theUniversity of Ulster, Coleraine
Campuspresenter- Professor Gerard ParrChair
in Telecommunications Engineering Internet
Technologies Research GroupSchool of Computing
and Information EngineeringColeraine
CampusUniversity of Ulsterhttp//www.infc.ulst.a
Structure of Presentation
  • Internet Technologies Research Group
  • Collaboration partners and activities
  • Main Areas of Activity
  • International Partners and Outreach
  • MSc in Telecommunications Internet Systems
  • Looking to the Future.

Internet Technologies Research Group
It acts as a originator and coordinator of
research and development activity and also as a
catalyst for enhancing the technology transfer
activity of other groups within the University
and interfacing to industry and commerce.
Relationships have been built up with
Governments around the world, most notably the
UK, Republic of Ireland, India and
China. Industrial collaborations of group
include- NorTel, AVM Telecom(Germany), Logica
UK, Cadence Inc (USA), BT Group, NTT (Japan), Sun
Microsystems (USA), NTL, Vodafone Research,
Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe, Oracle, IBM,
Cisco Systems USA, Lucent, Telcordia (USA), SAP
(Germany/Northern Ireland), InfoSys (India),
NMSWorks (India), Causeway Data Communications
Ltd, Wipro Technologies (India), and Sasken
Communications (India).
Internet Technologies Research Group
  • Main Areas of Interest 1
  • Distributed Multipoint-Event Suppression in
    Wireless Multimedia
  • Address and Routing in MANETS
  • Intelligent Agents for Security in Wireless
    Sensor Networks
  • Integrated CPU-Scheduling and Data Replication
  • for Data Intensive GRID Computing
  • Proactive Network Management Converged Networks
  • Context-aware Delay-Tolerant protocols
  • Homeland Security Technologies
  • Emergency- First Responder Dynamic Ad-hoc MESH
  • Cross-Layer Optimisation for Dynamic QoSLAs

Internet Technologies Research Group Main Areas
of Interest 2
  • Real-time Network Management for NGNs
  • QoS-aware GRID Fabric
  • Enterprise-wide Service Oriented Architectures
  • Dynamic Network Resource Provisioning (core to
  • Self-healing Interworking Protocols
  • Mobile Sensor Networking
  • Distributed real-time Data Management within
  • Neural Networks for Network Management
  • Tactical Hand-off Protocols for Wireless Comms in

Some Group National/International Academic Links
and Outreach
  • Georgia Institute of Technology Electrical Eng
  • Georgia Institute of Technology Broadband
    Wireless Lab
  • University of California Berkeley EE
  • Beijing University of Posts and
  • University of Arizona Computer Science
  • University of Athens, Georgia, Comp Science
  • MIT (EE and CS)
  • University of North Carolina
  • Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories, California
  • Information Sciences Institute, Marina Del Rey,
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • Xiamen University, P.R. China
  • UK- Cambridge, St Andrews, QMUL, Surrey, UCL,
    Southampton, Bristol, Lancaster, Birmingham

Postgraduate Diploma/Advanced MSc
Telecommunications and Internet
Now rated in top 5 courses of its kind is all
of the UK! Designed in conjunction with BT and
Fujitsu Telecommunications Europe Sponsored by
BT, Cisco Systems (San Jose) and Asidua Ltd for
MSc projects, prizes and industrial laboratory
internships Most modules are presented over a
five week period for one whole day per week all
modules are moving to an e-learning mode in which
students follow a programme of study available
on-line. This MSc will be of benefit and
relevance to BT Ireland in its roll-out of 21CN
and other companies working in the fixed-wireless
communications industry
Looking to the future.I am interested in -
  • Opportunities to support the creation of a
    Telecommunications Competence Centre that looks
    at the converged cross-layer QoS/Performance in
    support of customer applications.
  • (defining the core objectives, standing out from
    the crowd, supporting local industry and FDI,
    thematic agenda for NG Internet)
  • Development of a strategy for funding of joint
    RD and technology transfer/consultancy
    Proposals in Telecommunications Engineering and
    Internet Systems between our research group and
    industry with InvestNI support.
  • Development of sponsored PhD Programmes in
    Telecommunications Engineering (e.g.
    EPSRC-industry CASE PhD Scholarships)
  • Further engagement with our MSc in
    Telecommunications and Internet Systems at
    Coleraine Campus to support Telecomms industry
    requirements on the island of Ireland.
  • Opportunities to develop a range of specialised
    undergraduate/postgraduate courses with themes of
    security, wireless internet technologies, NG
    Network Management, Large scale data management
    and distributed real-time multimedia.
  • support the vision for a Cross Border Centre of
    Excellence in NG Internet

For Further Information please contact Professor
Gerard Parr Internet Technologies Research
Group Faculty of Engineering University of Ulster
at Coleraine Northern Ireland, UK Tel 44 28 70
324131 Fax 44 2870 324916 E.mail URL http//