Brain-Inspired Communications for Dense Iot Networks
Internet of Things devices are becoming a pervasive technology of the contemporary world. As the transceivers are typically battery-powered, their energy efficiency is crucial. This has to consider not only the spectral efficiency of the utilized modulation but also the energy consumption for the reception, signal processing, and keeping radio ON. The paradigms observed in human brains for communications between millions of closely distanced neurons can be utilized in wireless networks to improve communications energy efficiency. The presentation will show the main features of brain communications and maps them to the closest solution in wireless communications technology. Simulation results will support the proposed system design.
Dr. Pawel Kryszkiewicz
PAWEŁ KRYSZKIEWICZ (IEEE SM) received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees (Hons.) in telecommunications from the Poznań University of Technology (PUT), Poland, in 2010 and 2015, respectively, where he is currently an Assistant Professor with the Institute of Radiocommunications. He was involved in a number of national and international projects. He authored and co-authored around 100 papers presented during conferences and published in international journals. His main research interests include problems concerning the physical layer of the multicarrier communication systems, Dynamic Spectrum Access, multiantenna systems design, and green communications. In February 2021 he joined WPI as a Fulbright scholar to work on multicarrier systems abstraction for model-based dynamic spectrum access.
Host: Professor Shams Bhada