Monthly Archives: March 2012
Security Architecture for Short-range Wireless High-bandwidth Memory Access The project in NRC is for an M.Sc. thesis around the topic of defining and prototyping security architecture for a short-range high-bandwidth wireless memory access technology. Objectives To design and implement a security architecture for a short-range high-bandwidth wireless memory access technology. If feasible, also investigate the security issues for specific usage scenarios of this technology. Contacts in NRC: Jan-Erik Ekberg (email@example.com), N. Asokan (firstname.lastname@example.org) More information: Antti Ylä-Jääski (email@example.com). Group communication in Low power and Lossy Networks Internet of things(IoT) is an integrated part of Future Internet, which mainly focuses on … Read more
T-110 / Data Communications Software Research Seminar was held 6.3.2012 this spring in the TUAS building, hall TU3 and the restaurant Ranta. The whole day seminar had short presentations explaining the work done in the projects in the Data Communications Software Research Group. After the seminar there was wine and pizza school in the restaurant Ranta. Here are some pictures and the agenda. T-110 Research Seminar, TUAS 6.3.2012_PROGRAM
Dissertation: Development of a new visualisation tool for concurrent programs, 16th of March 2012, Lic. Sc. Jan Lönnberg
Lic. Sc. (Tech.) Jan Lönnberg will defend his dissertation “Understanding and Debugging Concurrent Programs through Visualisation” on March 16th, 2012 at 12 o’ clock noon in the lecture hall T2 (address: Konemiehentie 2, Espoo). The thesis describes the development of a new visualisation tool for concurrent programs. The purpose of the tool is to help students in particular to understand what happens in a concurrent program and fix defects in the program. The tool is based on a study of how students understand concurrent programming and the defects in their concurrent programs.
Learn Service design methods used by Finnish IT industry leaders. Experts from Futurice, Idean, Reactor and Palmu teach how they create winning services. Each lecture includes a hands-on session. The seminar starts on Tuesday, March 13 at 16:15. Register in Oodi, 20 seats total, first come, first served! For more information see Noppa for course T-106.6360.