Nanonetworks, i.e. networks of nanoscale machines or nanomachines, under the Internet of Things (IoT) concept, will enable more advanced applications of nanotechnology in the biomedical, environmental, energy, military and other fields. The mission of the center is to conduct research on nanoscale machines networking and communications as a next step in modern communication technologies. In particular, this field is an unexplored area riddled with numerous research challenges. More specifically, many fundamental communication network requirements and functionalities will be redefined and redesigned (including algorithms for nanoscale communication; information modulation and coding; synchronization; relay, broadcast, and medium access control mechanisms; network architectures and topologies, connectivity; addressing and routing; reliable information transport).
The objective of the EM nanonetworks research track is to establish the scientific foundations of graphene-based nanoscale machines communication and networks in the Terahertz Band.
This research track aims to establish the scientific foundation for developing communication networks utilizing biological components/systems that are found in nature.
November 27, 2013
Dr. Koucheryavy attends the DIGILE Foresight seminar and gives a presentation on “Nanoscale Communication”.
October 15, 2013
Dr. Akyildiz gives a keynote speech on "Rocking the World Nano Scale: Future Internet Research for Communication Networks in Medicine, Health and Beyond" at the Research Council of Norway, Trondheim, Norway.
September 18, 2013
Dr. Akyildiz attends FiDiPro Networking day organized by the Finnish Academy at the National Museum of Finland.
July 3, 2013
Vitaly Petrov presents “Forward and Reverse Coding for Bacteria Nanonetworks” at IEEE Blackseacom, Batumi, Georgia.
Prof. Akyildiz interview with Aamulehti newspaper
February 05, 2013
The first International Summer School on Nano Communications will be hosted by NCC.
January 28, 2013
We are hiring! For details please see here
January 11, 2013
Starting February 2013 Dr. Sasitharan Balasubramaniam joins the Center to lead Molecular Communication Networks
December 12, 2012
Prof. Akyildiz's interview