My PhD Thesis
"Contribución al Modelado y Caracterización de Nodos en Redes de Banda Ancha. Aplicación al Multiplexor Inverso ATM"
January 21st, 2000. Download
Abstract: The Inverse Multiplexing for ATM (IMA) is a technology that combines multiple T1/E1 links to support the transparent transmission of ATM cells over one single logical data trunk which bandwidth is the aggregate of the T1/E1 capacities. That is, it provides high bandwidth by using already deployed WAN infrastructure and at a reasonable cost. In this thesis several analytical models were developed to evaluate the benefits of a generic ATM node and of an IMUX device. This allows computing the parameters of quality of service for its design: average waiting time of the cells in the device and cell loss probability.
Co-Tutored PhD Thesis
Dra. Isabel V. Martín Faus. "Modelado y Análisis Transitorio de un Sistema de Distribución de Vídeo bajo Demanda". July 21st, 2008. She is an assistant professor at the UPC. Download thesis
Abstract: This thesis is focused on video-on-demand (VoD) services to investigate the goodness of performability techniques in end-to-end QoS scenarios. Based on a straightforward Markov Chain, Markov-Reward Chain (MRC) models are developed in order to obtain various QoS measures of an adaptive VoD service.
Tutored PhD Thesis
Dr. Christian Iza Paredes received the Master of Networking and Communications at the Pontifical Catholic University, Quito-Ecuador, in 2011. He had a full scholarship from SENESCYT (Ecuador).
Title: "Design and performance evaluation of smart dissemination of emergence messages in vehicular ad-hoc networks", 12th July 2018. Excellent Cum Laude.
Abstract: Smart dissemination of H.265 video emergency messages in VANETs. Simulations done in OMNET/VEINS/SUMO/OSM.
Dr. Ahmad Mezher received his degree in Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering (Golden Degree), and a MSc. Degree in Signals and Systems from the Central University of Las Villas (Cuba). Ahmad was recipient of a FI-AGAUR grant from the Government of Catalonia.
Title: "Contributions to provide a QoS-aware self-congured framework for video-streaming services over ad hoc networks", 22th April 2016. Excellent Cum Laude.
Abstract: Development of routing protocols for multimedia services over MANETs and VANETs. Realistic urban scenarios using OpenStreetMap, SUMO and NS2.
Dr. Luis Felipe Urquiza Aguiar is an Engineer in Electronic and Networks by the Escuela Politécnica Nacional (Ecuador) and received the M.S degree in Telematics Engineering from the UPC in 2012.
He was granted with a full scholarship from SENESCYT (Ecuador).
Title: "Contribution to the design of VANET routing protocols for realistic urban environments", 5th April 2016. Excellent Cum Laude.
Abstract: Design of routing protocols in vehicular adhoc networks for smart cities. Proposals to improve VANET communications in smart cities. Realistic urban scenarios using OpenStreetMap and NCTUns/Estinet.
He is currently working at the National Polytechnic School in Quito, Ecuador, as an associated professor.
Dra. Carolina Tripp Barba. "Contribution to design a communication framework for vehicular ad hoc networks in urban scenarios", 20th June 2013. Excellent Cum Laude.
Abstract: Design of QoS-aware routing protocols for VANETs (Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks). Contribution to improve Greedy Perimeter Stateless Routing (GPSR) in Vehicular Ad hoc Networks. Available Bandwidth Estimation (ABE) for VANETs. MMMR (Multimetric, Map-aware Routing Protocol. Anonymity in VANETs using a Crowds-based algorithm. VANET services in Smart Cities. NCTUns and CityMob simulators.
She is currently working at the Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa in Mazatlán, Mexico, as an associated professor.
Dr. Víctor Carrascal Frías. "Contribution to provide QoS over Mobile Ad Hoc Networks for Video-Streaming Services based on an Adaptive Cross-Layer Architecture". March 2nd, 2009.
Abstract: Improve the performance of multimedia applications over wireless ad hoc networks, focusing on video-streaming services over MANETs. Multipath routing, network monitoring, video characteristics, path classification, dynamic self-configuring, route life-time, trust and reliability.
He is currently working at ERNI as a senior software engineer.
Leticia Lemus Cárdenas received the Master of Telematgics Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, in 2011. She has a full scholarship from the University of Guadalajara (Mexico).
Title: "Enhancement of vehicular adhoc networks using machine learning techniques and privacy", Dissertation planned for 2020.
Abstract: Improvement of VANET routing protocols using machine learning. Application to autonomous vehicles. We use OMNET/VEINS/OSM.
Nely Patricia López Márquez received the Master of Telematgics Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, in 2012. She has a full scholarship from the University of Guadalajara (Mexico).
Title: "Integration of electrical vehicles and vehicular adhoc networks in smart grid", Dissertation planned for 2020.
Abstract: Design of a V2G platform including electrical vehicles involving VANETs and Smart Grid. We use OMNET/VEINS/OSM.
Pablo Bautista Barbecho received the Master of Telematgics Engineering of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, in 2017. He has a full scholarship from SENESCYT (Equador).
Title: "Integration of electrical vehicles and vehicular adhoc networks in smart cities", Dissertation planned for 2020.
Abstract: Design of a G2V platform including electrical vehicles involving, Smart Grid and RSU infraestructure. We use OMNET/VEINS/OSM.