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Since 1998, Professor K.C. Chen has been a Professor at Institute of Communication Engineering, College of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, and is currently the Irving T. Ho Chair Professor. Dr. Chen is Involved in the technical organization of numerous leading IEEE conferences, including General co-chair for 2007 IEEE Mobile WiMAX Symposium in Orlando, USA and TPC chair for IEEE 2010 Spring Vehicular Technology Conference. He has been editor of a number of prestigious international journals and has authored and coauthored over 200 technical papers and two books. Professor Ramjee Prasad has held the chair of Wireless Information and Multimedia Communications at Aalborg University, Denmark (AAU) since June 1999 and is also the director of the Center for TeleInFrastruktur (CTIF). He has presented several keynote speeches, and delivered papers and tutorials on aspects of telecommunications at various universities, technical institutions and international events. Dr Prasad is technical advisor to several multinational companies and has published over 500 technical papers, contributed to several books and has authored, coauthored and edited nineteen books in the broad area of Wireless and Mobile Communication.
1. Wireless Communications. 1.1 Wireless Communication Systems. 1.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing(OFDM). 1.3 MIMO. 1.4 Multiuser Detection (MUD). 2. Software Defined Radio. 2.1 Software Defined Radio Architecture. 2.2 Digital Signal Processor and SDR Baseband Architecture. 2.3 Reconfigurable Wireless communication Systems. 2.4 Digital Radio Processing. 3. Wireless Networks. 3.1 Multiple Access Communications and ALOHA. 3.2 Splitting Algorithms. 3.3 Carrier Sensing. 3.4 Routing. 3.5 Flow Control. 4. Cooperative Communications and Networks. 4.1 Information Theory for Cooperative Communications. 4.2 Cooperative Communications. 4.3 Cooperative Wireless Networks. 5. Cognitive Radio Communications. 5.1 Cognitive Radios and Dynamic Spectrum Access. 5.2 Analytical Approach and Algorithms for Dynamic Spectrum Access. 5.3 Fundamental Limits of Cognitive Radios. 5.4 Mathematical Models toward Networking Cognitive Radios. 6. Cognitive Radio Networks. 6.1 Network Coding for Cognitive Radio Relay Networks. 6.2 Cognitive Radio Networks Architecture. 6.3 Terminal Architecture of CRN. 6.4 QoS Provisional Diversity Radio Access Networks. 6.5 Scaling Laws of Ad Hoc and Cognitive Radio Networks. 7. Spectrum Sensing. 7.1 Spectrum Sensing to Detect Specific Primary System. 7.2 Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive OFDMA Systems. 7.3 Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Multi-Radio Networks. 8. Medium Access Control. 8.1 MAC for cognitive Radios. 8.2 Multi-channel MAC. 8.3 Slotted-ALOHA with Rate-Distance Adaptability. 8.4 CSMA with AMC. 9. Network Layer Design. 9.1 Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. 9.2 Routing in Cognitive Radio Networks. 9.3 Control of CRN. 9.4 Network tomography. 9.5 Self-Organization in Mobile Communication Networks. 10. Trusted Cognitive Radio Networks. 10.1 Framework of Trust in CRN. 10.2 Trusted Association and Routing. 10.3 Trust with Learning. 10.4 Security in CRN. 11. Spectrum Management of Cognitive Radio Networks. 11.1 Spectrum Sharing. 11.2 Spectrum Pricing. 11.3 Mobility Management of Heterogeneous Wireless Networks. 11.4 Regulatory Issues and International Standards.