Stochastic Geometry for Wireless Networks: Theory, applications and practicability

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This interactive and engaging workshop is about one of the mainstream analytical tools (stochastic geometry) used to design, model and analyze the baseline performance of cellular, WiFi, and ad-hoc networks. Stochastic geometry theory, implementation, and its practicability will be discussed. The event is of interest for researchers working in the design of theoretical frameworks Wireless Communication and Networking.

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Light refreshments will be provided. 



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  • CB11.04.401, FEIT Building,
  • 81 Broadway
  • 81 Broadway, Ultimo NSW 2007, New South Wales
  • Australia 2007
  • Building: 11
  • Room Number: Level 04, 401

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  Speakers

Ahsan
Ahsan of Macquarie University, Australia

Topic:

Stochastic Geometry for Wireless Networks: Theory, applications and practicability

Biography:

Mr. Ahsan Ali is working in the field of stochastic geometry and random graphs for last four years. He is currently working as PhD researcher and casual academic at Macquarie University. His research interests include stochastic geometry modeling and design of cellular and ad-hoc networks. Mr Ahsan completed his Masters by Research from Macquarie University with the thesis focused on stochastic geometry modeling of the load-aware cellular base station. Completed his Masters majored in stochastic geometry analysis of cellular networks from Center For Advanced Studies In Engineering, Pakistan. 

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