Radio Resource Management in Device-to-Device and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication in 5G Networks and Beyond

Thesis event information

Date and time of the thesis defence

Place of the thesis defence

L6, Linnanmaa

Topic of the dissertation

Radio Resource Management in Device-to-Device and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication in 5G Networks and Beyond

Doctoral candidate

Master of Science Muhammad Ikram Ashraf

Faculty and unit

University of Oulu Graduate School, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, Centre for Wireless Communication

Subject of study

Communication Engineering

Opponent

Associate Professor Mario Di Francesco, Aalto University

Custos

Associate Professor Mehdi Bennis, University of Oulu

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Radio Resource Management in Device-to-Device and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication in 5G Networks and Beyond

Future cellular networks need to support the ever-increasing demand of bandwidth-intensive applications and interconnections of people, devices, and vehicles. To cope with diverse application needs for the heterogeneous ecosystem, radio resource management (RRM) is one of the key research areas for the fifth-generation (5G) networks. The key goals of this thesis are to develop novel, self-organizing, and low-complexity resource management algorithms for emerging device-to-device (D2D) and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) wireless systems while explicitly modeling and factoring network contextual information to satisfy the increasingly stringent requirements. Towards achieving these goals, this dissertation makes a number of key contributions including 4 IEEE conference papers and 2 IEEE journal articles, which all are published.
Last updated: 2.12.2019