Much more information, teaching material, exam rules and possible projects will be soon available, bear with us with initial slow information propagation, this is a new course!
Welcome in the official web site of the WMVN course (DISI - MSc in Computer Science) for the 2017-2018 academic. The information you find here is "official" meaning that it comes directly from the teachers, so it is probably the most correct and up-to-date you can find. Clearly this side does not substitute, but complements, the official education portal, with all its branches and global information, nor does it substitute ESSE3 for what your curriculum, exams, and all the career management is concerned.
The course goal is understanding and learning to analyse, design and deploy wireless networks, and services upon them, based on short range communication devices, normally (but not always) based on 802.11 PHY and MAC standards (not necessarily the usual plug-and-play WiFi we are all familiar with). Teaching spans from the physical to the application layer, taking a holistic, cross-layer design approach to learn how to build networks that work correctly and efficiently support the applications they are meant for. Applications include Community Networks as liberation technologies to design alternative Internets over Wireless Mesh Networks WMN) and Safety as well as Cooperative Driving systems based on direct communication between vehicles (V2V Vehicular Networks). During the course the students will learn:
All your teachers normally welcomes any question or curiosity during lessons or at the end of them. For specific questions or appointments just send an e-mail to one of them ... or to all of them for general questions where one of them may answer:
Drop by the office without an appointment is in general instead a bad idea: very few chances to be received and a loss of time for everyone.
Slides are normally available before the lessons, so that you can associate your notes with them and you do not need to copy schemes and diagrams. Please, remember that slides are a trace fro the lesson, not the lesson itself.