Department of Communication Systems
The Department of Communication Systems conducts research and education in the broadest sense of the communication systems area. This includes, but is not limited to, technical and economic aspects of wireless, wired and optical communication systems and services, fixed and mobile communication systems, and communication related services, artifacts, applications, and usage.
The technology focus lies on communication at the Media Access and Control (MAC) layer and above - as well as on implementation aspects of all layers.
The department is a part ofat KTH.
Georgios Katsikas’ PhD Defense
19 Sep 2018
Paper: Fast and Accurate Load Balancing for Geo-Distributed Storage Systems
12 Sep 2018
Article: Software-Defined "Hardware" Infrastructures: A Survey...
11 May 2018
Paper: Metron: NFV Service Chains at the True Speed of the Underlying Hardware
9 Apr 2018
Paper: Rein: Taming Tail Latency in Key-Value Stores via Multiget Scheduling
29 Mar 2017
23NovemberFriday, 10:00Dissertations Amin Azari, Communication Systems Serving loT Communications over Cellular Networks: Challenges and Solutions in Radio Resource Management for Massive and Critical loT Communications
26NovemberMonday, 10:00Dissertations Kirill Bogdanov, Communication Systems Enabling Fast and Accurate Run-Time Decisions in Geo-Distributed Systems: Better Achieving Service Level Objectives
30NovemberFriday, 13:00Dissertations Peiliang Chang, Communication Systems Cross-layer energy-efficient mobile network design
7DecemberFriday, 13:00Dissertations Yanpeng Yang, Communication Systems Ultra-Densification for Future Cellular Networks: Performance Analysis and Design Insights