El Departament d'Enginyeria Telemàtica està format per més de seixanta professors amb tres seus departamentals que imparteixen docència en l'àrea de la Telemàtica a l'ETSETB, l'EPSC i l'EUPVG. Al Campus Nord, disposa de vuit laboratoris entre docència i recerca, com són el de Disseny de Sistemes Telemàtics, el de Xarxes i Comunicacions de Dades, el de Serveis Telemàtics i Programari de Comunicacions, i el de Simulació de Sistemes. Al Campus de Castelldefels disposa de dos laboratoris de recerca en temes de mobilitat i xarxes de banda ampla.

El Departament també imparteix docència de tercer cicle. Organitza el programa de doctorat en Enginyeria Telemàtica, així com és el responsable del màster de Telemàtica i el de "Xarxes, Sistemes i Serveis Avançats de Difusió" i ofereix nombrosos cursos de postgrau en Xarxes i Serveis Telemàtics.

L'activitat investigadora està organitzada en tres línies de recerca: Comunicacions sense fils; Disseny i Avaluació de Xarxes i Serveis de Banda Ampla; i Serveis Telemàtics.

Al mateix temps participa en accions de transferència de tecnologia mitjançant projectes amb la Unió Europea i també d'àmbit institucional i privat.

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Recent Submissions

  • Towards a distributed congestion control mechanism for smart grid neighborhood area networks 

    Astudillo León, Juan Pablo; Begin, Thomas; Busson, Anthony; Cruz Llopis, Luis Javier de la (2019)
    Conference report
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    The need for significant improvements in the management and efficient use of electrical energy has led to the evolution from the traditional electrical infrastructures towards modern Smart Grid networks. Taking into account ...
  • IPv6 Mesh over BLUETOOTH(R) Low Energy using IPSP 

    Gómez Montenegro, Carlos; Darroudi, Seyed Mahdi; Savolainen, Teemu; Spoerk, Michael (2019-03-09)
    External research report
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    RFC 7668 describes the adaptation of 6LoWPAN techniques to enable IPv6 over Bluetooth low energy networks that follow the star topology. However, recent Bluetooth specifications allow the formation of extended topologies ...
  • A novel dynamic programming inspired algorithm for embedding of virtual networks in future networks 

    Kibalya, Godfrey Mirondo; Serrat, Joan; Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Yao, Haipeng; Zhang, Peiying (2020-06-06)
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    Network virtualization is envisioned to support flexible, cost effective and on-demand deployment of multiple Virtual Networks (VNs) on a shared underlying infrastructure. A key challenge under the virtualization paradigm ...
  • Inferring cloud-network slice’s requirements from non-structured service description 

    Pasquini, Rafael; Baliosian, Javier Ernesto; Serrat Fernández, Juan; Gorricho Moreno, Juan Luis; Neto, Augusto; Verdi, Fábio (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
    Conference lecture
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    To support future 5G computing and communication scenarios, cloud-network management tools should deploy cloud-network services adopting uncomplicated ways, reducing not only the time to market but also broadening the ...
  • Computing at the edge: but, what edge? 

    Contreras Murillo, Luis Miguel; Baliosian De Lazzari, Javier Ernesto; Martínez-Julia, Pedro; Serrat Fernández, Juan (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020)
    Conference report
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    The traditional telecommunications business is evolving towards offering a richer set of services beyond basic connectivity, leveraging on network programmability and virtualization. A versatile execution environment is ...
  • Extent prediction of the information and influence propagation in online social networks 

    Ortiz Gaona, Raúl Marcelo; Postigo Boix, Marcos; Melus Moreno, José Luis (2020-03-27)
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    We present a new mathematical model that predicts the number of users informed and influenced by messages that are propagated in an online social network. Our model is based on a new way of quantifying the tie-strength, ...
  • A LINDDUN-based framework for privacy threat analysis on identification and authentication processes 

    Robles González, Antonio; Parra Arnau, Javier; Forné Muñoz, Jorge (2020)
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    Identification and authentication (IA) are security procedures that are ubiquitous in our online life, and that constantly require disclosing personal, sensitive information to non-fully trusted service providers, or to ...
  • Simulating distributed small satellite networks: A model-based tool tailored to decentralized resource-constrained systems 

    Araguz López, Carles; Ruiz De Azúa Ortega, Juan Adrián; Calveras Augé, Anna M.; Camps Carmona, Adriano José; Alarcón Cot, Eduardo José (2019)
    Conference report
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    The conception of new Earth-observing satellite systems is urging the development of tools that can assist engineering teams in their design, validation and testing pursuits. Large-scale Distributed Satellite Systems (DSS) ...
  • Measuring online tracking and privacy risks on Ecuadorian websites 

    Estrada Jiménez, José Antonio; Rodríguez-Hoyos, Ana; Parra Arnau, Javier; Forné Muñoz, Jorge (2019)
    Conference lecture
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    Online tracking has become a great enabler of massive surveillance so it is now a critical vector for threatening the privacy of users. Despite the benefits of online tracking for personalized advertising, the complexity ...
  • IPv6 over LPWANs: connecting Low Power Wide Area Networks to the Internet (of Things) 

    Gómez Montenegro, Carlos; Minaburo, Ana; Toutain, Laurent; Barthel, Dominique; Zúñiga, Juan Carlos (2020-02-11)
    Article
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    LPWANs have recently emerged as a promising solution for enabling industrial IoT applications. To fully exploit their potential, LPWANs need to be connected to the Internet. However, the severe capacity constraints of LPWAN ...
  • Network-aware Placement Optimization for Edge Computing infrastructure under 5G 

    Santoyo González, Alejandro; Cervelló Pastor, Cristina (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2020-03-20)
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    Edge Computing has grown into a key solution for coping with the stringent latency requirements of 5G scenarios. Nevertheless, the edge node placement problem raises critical concerns regarding deployment and operational ...
  • Lightweight testbed for machine learning evaluation in 5G networks 

    Hernández Chulde, Carlos Efrén; Cervelló Pastor, Cristina (2019)
    Conference report
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    The adoption of Software Define Networking, Network Function Virtualization and Machine Learning will play a key role in the control and management of fifth-generation (5G) networks in order to meet the specific requirements ...

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