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Faculty and research

The programme in Communication Systems is given by the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The Department of Communication Systems teaches courses within the programme. Research issues involve technical and economic aspects of wireless and wired communication systems and networks, fixed and mobile communication systems and networks, communication-related services, applications, and usage.

Increasingly these systems are built using internet technology. 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. This includes, but is not limited to: wireless and mobile transmission and networking IP over optical, copper, and wireless links, local and inter-domain routing, network architectures & services, network operation and service provisioning, business models, economics and policy issues.

Labs and facilities

Radio systems laboratory (RSLab)

The radio systems laboratory (RSLab)  conducts research and provides courses and master thesis projects within the areas of mobile and personal communications systems and services.

Networked systems security laboratory (SSLab)

The networked systems security laboratory (SSLab)  offers network security courses in the security track, offers several security projects in the CSD course, individual projects, and MSc theses – all in-line with the NSS security and privacy agenda.

Network systems Laboratory (NSLab)

The network systems Laboratory (NSLab)  conducts research and education in the area of design, analysis, and management of next generation networks and services.

Mobile service Laboratory (MSLab)

The mobile service Laboratory (MSLab)  overall aim is to foster innovation, education and research in mobile services. The lab is pursuing the study, the design, the benchmarking, and the evaluation of mobile systems and their associated services.


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Master's programme in Communication Systems