NeXt Generation Multimedia Technologies Research Group
Best paper PrizeDr. Faisal Tariq, Professor Laurence Dooley and Dr. Adrian Poulton from the XGMT group were awarded the Best Paper Prize at the recent IEEE Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications Symposium (WPMC'13) at the Global Wireless Summit (GWS’13) held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Their paper titled “Analysis of Coverage Range Expansion in Closed Access Cognitive Femtocell Networks” was recognised by the international jurors for its originality and presentational quality.
Dr. Tariq, who presented the paper, received the Award on behalf of the authors. This is Professor Laurence Dooley’s fourth International Research Publication Prize.
IEEE GWS’13 Conference Best Paper Award announcement: http://gws2013.org/
NeXt Generation multimedia and network technologies are characterised by being flexible, smart, adaptive, interoperable, reconfigurable, dependable and self-managing. The XGMT research group undertakes high-quality research into various aspects of these exciting and evolving technologies. Currently our main research topics include:
- Distributed Video Processing (scalable multi-view coding)
- Image Processing
- Wireless Sensor Networks and MANETs
- Cognitive Radio
- 4th Generation (4G) Security
- Web Technologies
- Automatic Modulation Recognition
- Powerline Communications
Faculty PhD studentships are awarded annually while for other research opportunities in the Next generation multimedia research group please contact Professor Laurence S. Dooley