The recent developments and low-cost nature of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and the Internet of Things can bring significant advantages over traditional communication technologies used in today’s electric power systems.
The project aims to apply Brillouin processing to the development of an innovative self-tracking optical filter for isolating optical carriers for coherent receivers in future ultrahigh bit-rate optical communication systems.
Agent-based computational simulations are now widely employed to study the evolution of behaviour, e.g., predator-prey simulations, the evolution of cooperation and altruism, the evolution of niches and food chains.
Topic. This project will develop and evaluate stochastic models for the spread of information over complex social networks, in which the individual actions -- such as retweets, posts or shares -- are only partially observed.