Contract-based (6 months) and scholarship-based CWC's master's thesis topics offered for Finnish EE and international WCE students
Academy Researcher Mehdi Bennis of the Centre for Wireless Communications CWC was awarded for his research enhancing activities, especially for the remarkable amount of publications in 2016.
CWC's long-time collaborator Professor Behnaam Aazhang was conferred as Honorary Doctor at University of Oulu.
Tenure Track Associate Professor Position in Design and Optimization of Heterogeneous Wireless Access Networks
Finland's first 5G test network 5GTN expands in Oulu. 5G development environment of VTT, the University of Oulu and the Centria Polytechnic will be used especially for vertical business use. There is already a large number of Finnish companies with whom 5G technology has been developed and will be tested in several application areas. The first new solutions are targeting for field trials already this year.
During the summer 2017 ITEE organises regular courses in information processing science, electrical engineering, computer science and engineering, communications engineering.
News published on University of Oulu main page
The new organization of doctoral training has been introduced by Professor Markku Juntti, the Dean of the University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS).
The leading research organization in information technology and communications, Nokia Bell Labs, and the University of Oulu have strengthened their collaboration in the field of wireless communications.
Nokia has delivered radio equipment based on 5G technology to Centre for Wireless Communications and VTT Techincal Research Centre. The arrival of the first 5G devices in Finland marks the continued long-lasting 5G test network cooperation between the network company Nokia and the research institutes.
Friday 2.12.2016 saw the reportedly first dissertation in Finland, where the subject of the research is based on the visible light communication (VLC). Dr Sc (Tech) Helal Chowdhury has in his doctoral dissertation measured the visible light technology activities in motion, both with and without radio-optical WLAN VLC-hotspots. The work leads to reflect on how the data light and radio technologies could complement each other, and what kind of solutions this technology could offer for the challenging future of wireless communications.
Academy Professor Matti Latva-aho is looking for a postdoctoral researcher and doctoral students to study the various impacts of the increasing center frequency on wireless communication systems optimization.
Pentti Kaitera Foundation has awarded Professor Matti Latva-aho, an internationally renowned and awarded researcher in the field of communications engineering, for his outstanding research work and his achievements in promoting well-being in Northern Finland.
Nokia Technologies has selected Dr.
The open 5G test network covers the whole Linnanmaa campus already. The network is a unique opportunity to test future needs and business opportunites. University of Oulu and VTT Centre for Technology Research invite users to explore the possibilities of the open 5G test network.
News release on KNL Home Page
CWC's researcher Pedro Nardelli's is blogging for the BCDC Energy research project!
Read in his new blog post, what is the electricity grid and how is it going to make the world a brighter place.
Centre for Wireless Communications’ and Drexel University’s joint demo has been recognized with the Wincool Best Demo Award at ACM Wintech, the 10th International Workshop on Wireless Network Testbeds, Experimental Evaluation & Characterization.
Professor of Communications Engineering Markku Juntti from Centre for Wireless Communications was awarded for his research enhancing activities, especially for the remarkable amount of publications in 2015.
The Academy of Finland has selected Professor of Communications Engineering Matti Latva-aho as Academy Professor for the period 1 January 2017-31 December 2021.
Best Paper Award at European Wireless Conference 2016, that was held in Oulu on 18-20 May, was received by a team consisting of four CWC researchers. The paper is titled