About the lab

We group the people keen to research around the modern wireless ad-hoc and sensor systems for the industrial and also academic purposes. Our team consists of experienced researchers and Ph.D. students working with the highly reputable Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.

Featured projects (1)

Project
The 12th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems - ICUMT 2020 https://icumt.info/2020/ October 5 - 7, 2020 Online Important Dates: Deadline for Workshop Proposal July 5, 2020 Deadline for Full Paper Submission July 24, 2020 Deadline for Workshop Paper Submission August 5, 2020 Notification of Paper Acceptance August 31, 2020 Final Paper Submission September 11, 2020 Authors' Early Registration September 11, 2020 Authors' Late Registration September 25, 2020 The 12th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems. Despite quite tough times, which we are all facing over last few months, we would like to keep the continuity in organizing the series of ICUMT congresses. However, due to the current safety concerns and travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, the ICUMT Steering Committee has decided to implement the ICUMT 2020 in online format. Therefore, it is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the ICUMT 2020 congress, which will be held this time as a virtual event on October 5 - 7, 2020. The congress is organized jointly by Brno University of Technology, Tampere University, and several industrial partners. For further and up-to-date information please visit official web page of the Congress: https://icumt.info/2020/ Best regards, Zhaleh Sadreddini ICUMT Publicity Chairs

Featured research (4)

The maritime industry is experiencing a technological revolution that affects shipbuilding, operation of both seagoing and inland vessels, cargo management, and working practices in harbors. This ongoing transformation is driven by the ambition to make the ecosystem more sustainable and cost-efficient. Digitalization and automation help achieve these goals by transforming shipping and cruising into a much more cost- and energy-efficient, and decarbonized industry segment. The key enablers in these processes are always-available connectivity and content delivery services, which can not only aid shipping companies in improving their operational efficiency and reducing carbon emissions but also contribute to enhanced crew welfare and passenger experience. Due to recent advancements in integrating high-capacity and ultra-reliable terrestrial and non-terrestrial networking technologies, ubiquitous maritime connectivity is becoming a reality. To cope with the increased complexity of managing these integrated systems, this article advocates the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning-based approaches to meet the service requirements and energy efficiency targets in various maritime communications scenarios.

Lab head

Jiri Hosek
Department
  • Department of Telecommunications
About Jiri Hosek
  • Jiri Hosek is an Associate Professor and Senior Researcher at the Department of Telecommunications, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic. He received his B.Sc. (2005), M.Sc. (2007) and as well as Ph.D. (2011) degrees from Brno University of Technology. Jiri (co-)authored more than 130 published research works on networking technologies, wireless communications, 4G/5G cellular systems, quality of service, quality of experience and IoT applications.

Members (10)

Pavel Masek
  • Brno University of Technology
Jiri Misurec
  • Brno University of Technology
Martin Štůsek
  • Brno University of Technology
Krystof Zeman
  • Brno University of Technology
Pavel Seda
  • Brno University of Technology
Jiri Pokorny
  • Brno University of Technology
Salwa Saafi
  • Brno University of Technology
Michal Mikulasek
Michal Mikulasek
  • Not confirmed yet
Aneta Kolackova
Aneta Kolackova
  • Not confirmed yet