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The program included speakers from Chalmers University of Technology, Lund University and Halmstad University, and the main attraction, sponsored by IEEE VTS, was the invited talk by Prof. Javier Gozálves, University Miguel Hernández, Spain.
Host: Elisabeth Uhlemann, CERES, Halmstad University
Javier Gozálvez, University Miguel Hernández, Spain, Invited speaker
Javier Gozalvez received an electronics engineering degree from the French Engineering School ENSEIRB and a Ph.D. in mobile communications from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, U.K. Since October 2002, he has been with the University Miguel Hernández of Elche, Spain, where he is currently an Associate Professor and Director of the Uwicore Research Laboratory. At Uwicore, he is leading research activities in the areas of wireless vehicular communications, radio resource management, heterogeneous wireless systems, and wireless system design and optimization. He currently serves as Mobile Radio Senior Editor of IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, and previously served as AE of IEEE Communication Letters. He was TPC Co-Chair of the 2009 IEEE VTC Spring, and General Co-Chair of the 3rd Int. Symposium on Wireless Communications Systems (ISWCS'2006). He is also the founder and General Co-Chair of the IEEE Int. Symposium on Wireless Vehicular Communications (WiVeC) in its 2007, 2008 and 2010 editions. He has recently been elected to the Board of Governors of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (2011-2014).
Johan Kåredal, Lund University
Johan Kåredal received his Ph.D. in Radio Systems from Lund University in 2009. Currently he is a postdoctoral fellow of the Communications group at the Dept. of Electrical and Information Technology. His research interests includes channel measurements and modeling for multi-antenna (MIMO) systems and ultra-wideband systems (UWB), in particular he has studied propagation channels for wireless personal area networks as well as for vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
Stylianos Papanastasiou, Chalmers University of Technology
Katrin Sjöberg, Halmstad University
Katrin Sjöberg is a PhD student at the Centre for Research on Embedded Systems (CERES) at Halmstad University in Sweden. Her research is directed towards performance evaluation of Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols for vehicular ad hoc networks. She participates actively in standardization on vehicular communications through ETSI TC ITS.
Maria Kihl and Kaan Bür, Lund University
Kaan Bür is a postdoctoral researcher at the Dept. of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University, since 2009. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering from Boazichi University, Istanbul, in 2006. Before coming to Lund, he worked as a senior researcher at the Technical University of Berlin and as a research associate at University Collage of London, where he contributed to projects on cellular-based vehicular communications and wireless sensor networks. His current research deals with vehicular ad hoc networks.
Magnus Jonsson, Halmstad University
Tony Larsson, Halmstad University
Tony I. Larsson (M´90) became a Member (M) of IEEE in 1990. He received a MEng 1974, a Tech.Lic. 1986 in Computer Systems and a PhD 1989 in Computer Science, all at the Institute of Technology, Linköping University, Sweden. He worked for Ericsson AB, 1974-2002, in several different positions such as engineer, project manager, line manager and expert (the latter in system design methods and architecture) and in areas such as testing; computer aided design; adaptive radio network control and distributed computer systems platforms for dependable telecommunication applications. He then worked for the Swedish defense material administration on software architecture for the network based defense and is since 2003 Professor in Embedded Systems at Halmstad University. His current research interest is in cooperating embedded systems, distributed in real-world with real-time and dependability requirements supported by component based software and services techniques for coordination and cooperation. Applications in focus are mobile wireless sensor and actuator networks for surveillance, intelligent transport systems and health care.
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