2009-12-14

Workshop: Interference Management and Cooperation Strategies in Communication Networks

Event dates: 18 Feb 2010 to 19 Feb 2010; Location: Darmstadt, Germany

Within its series of round tables, the VDE/ITG Section 5.2.4 "Mobility in IP-based Networks" will organize a one day workshop on the topic "Interference Management and Cooperation Strategies in Communication Networks" at Technische Universität Darmstadt on February 18th, 2010.

Interference is an inherent effect in communication networks. In mobile radio communication, interference is traditionally avoided by applying orthogonal basis functions in the allocation of radio resources which results in well known concepts such as TDMA, FDMA or CDMA. The number of orthogonal basis functions, however, is limited. Furthermore, orthogonality among the basis functions cannot be strictly maintained in practice or only accepting inefficiency like in cellular reuse systems. This limits the total capacity of mobile radio networks.

The objective of this workshop is to create a forum to exchange ideas and share experiences in these fields among researchers, professionals, and application developers both from industry and academia. Topics of particular interest include but are not limited to theoretical and practical work from the
following fields:

  • Interference management: avoidance, cancellation, balancing, cooperation
  • Interference alignment
  • Network coding
  • Use of self-interference to increase diversity
  • Non orthogonal medium access
  • Interference aware MIMO precoders
  • Interference in relaying and multi-hop networks
  • Controlled intentional interference emission
  • Channel state information (CSI) and feedback for interference management
  • Interferences between different radio network layers (e.g. femto-cell/macro-cell)
  • Interferences between different radio access technologies.
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