Research

ADOPNET (Advanced Technologies for Operated Networks) was created in 2015. The teams contributes to the specification of architectures, protocols, control mechanisms, and monitoring mechanisms for the next generation networks. Our goal is to build networks that are flexible, adaptive, energy-efficient, secure, and able to deliver content on a large scale to various types of terminals. ADOPNET, in particular, addresses the convergence of access networks, the combination of radio and optical technologies, and adaptive software-based content delivery networks.

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Activity reports

Adopnet was created in 2015. The activity reports can be downloaded 2019 Adopnet report 2018 Adopnet report 2017 Adopnet report 2016 Adopnet report 2015 Adopnet report.

Scientific Publications

Publications HAL du labo/EPI adopnet;atnet;reop 2021 Journal articles titre Buffer Occupancy and Link State Opportunistic Routing for Wireless Mesh Networks auteur Jean-Baptiste Bordier, Christopher Merlhe, Philippe Fabian, Sébastien Baey, Dylan Garnaud, Keryann Bussereau, Erwan Livolant, Cédric Gueguen article Wireless Networks, Springer Verlag, 2021, ⟨10.1007/s11276-021-02736-6⟩ Accès au texte intégral et bibtex titre Battery-Aware Green Cellular Networks …