Practical IoT and Crowdsensing Considerations
This lecture aims to outfit you with a basic toolset for you to start your own IoT and Crowdsensing research projects. In a broad overview we cover many networking aspects, from simple radio and propagation aspects up the protocol stack to specialised application layer protocols. Additionally, special attention is given to often overlooked influences of network control plane aspects of mobile networks, which become especially critical with the large number of devices IoT networks strive to consist of.
About the speaker
University of Duisburg-Essen
In 2015, Florian Metzger received his doctorate degree in computer science at the University of Vienna, where he was researcher at the Future Communication group since 2010. From 2015 onwards he now is a postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of Modeling of Adaptive Systems at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He is currently conducting research in mobile network and IoT traffic modeling, crowdsensing, context-based QoE monitoring and video game modeling.