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Si-Ahmed Naas


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Master of Science (Technology), Information Technology

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  • 1 Conference contribution

Scheduled Communications in Next Generation Mobile Networks

Taleb, T., Bagaa, M. & Naas, S-A., 2018, 2018 IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2018. IEEE, 6 p. (IEEE Global Communications Conferences).

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    Manner, J., Sonntag, S. & Naas, S.


    Project: Business Finland: Other research funding

    RadioSense: Wireless Big Data Augmented Smart Industry

    Palipana, S., Sigg, S., Naas, S., Raja, M., Zuo, S. & Kodali, M.


    Project: Academy of Finland: Other research funding

    CSN: Customized Software Networking across Multiple Administrative Domains

    Taleb, T., Maiouak, M., Bagaa, M., Mada, B., El Marai, O., Hellaoui, H., Bekkouche, O., Afolabi, I., Addad, R., Naas, S. & Yang, B.


    Project: Academy of Finland: Other research funding Global vision, standardisation stakeholder engagement in 5G

    Taleb, T., Mutafungwa, E., Maiouak, M., Benkacem, I., Mada, B., Laghrissi, A., Vuorenmaa, T., Afolabi, I., Naas, S., Benzaid, C. & Ouahouah, S.


    Project: EU: Framework programmes funding

    ANASTACIA: Advanced Networked Agents for Security and Trust Assessment in CPS/IOT Architectures

    Taleb, T., Bagaa, M., Khettab, Y., Addad, R., Bou Hanana, M., Naas, S., Boukhalfa, M., Abada, A., Hireche, O., Mada, B., Nadir, Z. & Nait Abbou, A.


    Project: EU: Framework programmes funding