Ph.D Guidance In Mobile Sensor Networks

Wireless sensor network (WSN) applications typically involve the observation of some physical phenomenon through sampling of the environment. Mobile wireless sensor networks (MWSNs) are a particular class of WSN in which mobility plays a key role in the execution of the application.

MWSNs are a smaller, emerging field of research in contrast to their well-established predecessor. MWSNs are much more versatile than static sensor networks as they can be deployed in any scenario and cope with rapid topology changes. In recent years, mobility has become an important area of research for the WSN community. Hence a platform is provided by S-LOGIX to work with projects based on mobile sensor networks.

  • Research Proposal in Mobile Sensor Networks
  • Problem Identification in Mobile Sensor Networks
  • Research Methodology
  • Mathematical Model / Formulation
  • Literature Survey in Mobile Sensor Networks
  • System Design and Implementation
  • Performance Analysis and Results
  • Writing Services: Journal Papers, Synopsis and Thesis

Courses

  • Ph.D – Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application, Information Technology, Communication Networks and Wireless Communication
  • M.E/M.Tech/M.S – Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application,¬†Information Technology, Communication Networks and Wireless Communication.

Related Area

  • Coverage and connectivity in wireless sensor network
  • Clustering in wireless sensor network
  • Data aggregation in wireless sensor network
  • Energy-efficient MAC protocol in wireless sensor network
  • Mobility management in wireless sensor network
  • Underwater sensor networks
  • Trust and reputation based approaches in wireless sensor networks
  • Security attacks in wireless sensor networks
  • Energy efficient routing protocols in wireless sensor networks
  • Deployment strategies in wireless sensor network
  • Replica attack in wireless sensor network

Tools and Technologies

  • NS2
  • Java
  • OTCL
  • NAM
  • X-Graph
  • Trace Graph
  • C++
  • AWK