Attraction of the leading scientists to Russian institutions of higher learning, research organizations of the governmental academies of sciences, and governmental research centers of the Russian Federation

Laboratory for advanced wireless networks

About Laboratory

Grant Agreement No.: 14.W03.31.0019
Project name: Сloudified 5G networks and beyond
Name of the institution of higher learning: Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Kharkevich Institute)
Fields of scientific research: Computer and information sciences

The goal of this project is to design a novel cloud architecture for wireless networks based on software-defined networking and network function virtualization concepts and essential management tools (algorithms) which allows satisfying the requirements for 5G and next generation wireless networks such as ultra-high data rates, ultra-low latencies, low energy consumption, high user mobility, extremely high number of connected devices, and others.

Leading scientist

 IFAkyildiz

 Akyildiz Ian Fuat

 

Academic degree and title: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Job Title: Ken Byers Chair Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Field of scientific interests: 5G Cellular Systems, Software-defined Networking, Nano-scale Communication Networks, Terahertz Band Communication, Molecular Communication, Wireless Sensor Networks, Scheduling, Routing

Scientific recognition:
Federico Santa Maria Medal, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile 1986
Best Paper Award, IEEE Journal of Selected Areas in Communication (JSAC) 1996
Leonard G. Abraham Prize (Best original paper published in the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC) in 1996). IEEE 1997
IEEE Harry M. Goode Memorial award, IEEE Computer Society 2002
Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech 2005
TUBITAK (Turkish National Science Foundation) Exclusive Award, 2011
Humboldt Research Award, German Humboldt Foundation 2014
ACM MSWIM Reginald A. Fassenden Award, ACM 2014
Milestone Award, ACM NanoCom 2016

Scientific work of the leading scientist, his/her main scientific achievements:
During his career, prof. Akildiz has achieved many significant scientific results. His main results for the last 5 years are described below. Prof. Akyildiz has investigated novel graphene-based transceivers for Terahertz Band communication. He designed graphene-based ultrabroadband antennas and antenna arrays and developed experimental prototypes of graphene-based nano-antennas and of high-speed nanotransceivers for Terahertz communications. He developed new channel propagation models for the entire Terahertz Band. In addition, he explored novel solutions for the physical layer, which included novel bandwidth-adaptive modulations as well as pioneering massive MIMO techniques for Terahertz Band communications. He also designed new information theoretic fundamentals of communication among nano-devices. Finally, he investigated link layer functionalities necessary for Terahertz Band communication networks.
Molecular nanonetworks represent one of the main areas of scientific interest of prof. Akyildiz. Nanonetworks is a set of interconnection nanomachines with each nonomachine being the most basic functional unit with the size up to few hundred nanometers. Nanomachine can perform only simple tasks, such as computing, data storing, sensing events and replying to them. Nanonetworks expand the capabilities of single nanomachines by providing them a way to cooperate for performing certain actions. Prof. Akyildiz has worked on applications of nanonetworks in medicine, for example, for monitoring and regulation of intra-body biological processes. The traditional electromagnetic waves-based communication cannot be used for nanonetworks due to the scale of occuring processes (up to few hundred nanometers) .
That is why prof. Akyildiz has investigated molecular communication, i.e., the use of molecules to encode and transmit information among nanomachines. His research has given a rise to a radically new communication paradigm. During his research prof. Akyildiz has studied already existing molecular communication mechanisms, developed molecular communication theory, architecture and networking protocols for nanomachines.

Erdelj, Milan; Natalizio, Enrico; Chowdhury, Kaushik R; Akyildiz, Ian F Help from the Sky: Leveraging UAVs for Disaster Management 2017 IEEE PERVASIVE COMPUTING

Yigit, Melike; Gungor, V. Cagri; Fadel, Etimad; Nassef, Laila; Akkari, Nadine; Akyildiz, Ian
F. Channel-aware routing and priority-aware multi-channel scheduling for WSN-based smart grid applications 2016 JOURNAL OF NETWORK AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Han, Chong; Akyildiz, Ian F Distance-Aware Bandwidth-Adaptive Resource Allocation
for Wireless Systems in the Terahertz Band 2016 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON TERAHERTZ
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Akkari, N; Wang, P; Jornet, JM; Fadel, E; Elrefaei, L; Malik, MGA; Almasri, S; Akyildiz, IF
Distributed Timely Throughput Optimal Scheduling for the Internet of Nano-Things 2016 IEEE INTERNET OF THINGS JOURNAL

Kisseleff, S; Chen, XY; Akyildiz, IF; Gerstacker, WH Efficient Charging of Access Limited Wireless Underground Sensor Networks 2016 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS

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