Professor Martin Haenggi has accepted an invitation to be the Keynote Speaker at the 2013 Workshop on Spatial Stochastic Models for Wireless Networks (SpaSWiN’13) to be held in May in Tsukuba Science City, Japan.
The performance of wireless networks depends critically on the spatial configuration of the transmitters, receivers and relaying nodes. As a result, the modeling of such networks requires methods and tools from point process theory, stochastic geometry, and random graph theory. The art of modeling wireless networks is strongly multi-disciplinary, combining these spatial, stochastic tools with information and communication theory, networking theory, combinatorics, and game theory. SpaSWiN is historically the first workshop specifically devoted to the use of spatial stochastic models for improved design of wireless networks. The goal of SpaSWiN 2013 is to continue to bring together researchers from the various disciplines involved in spatial models of wireless communications.
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