Author Archives: Jan Markendahl

To set the research agenda – Reflections from WCNC 2014 and the paper review for WCNC 2015

About WCNC The IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conferences (WCNC) cover a number of research areas and include the following tracks with a mix of papers and panel discussions: Track 1: PHY and Fundamentals Track 2: MAC and Cross-Layer Design … Continue reading

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IoT workshop in Oslo – about IoT initiatives and about Norway as moderate innovator

IoT and value networks In april 2014 a one day IoT conference was held in Oslo organized by the “Internet of Things Value Creation Network”, this is an orgaization with the objective to bring together actors from different industry sectors, research and … Continue reading

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IoT conference with sessions on Smart cities and Smart homes but also about spectrum management

EU event on IoT The 5th Annual Internet of Things European Summit: Shaping tomorrow’s European Internet landscape was held 3rd & 4th March 2014 in Brussels. It was organized by Forum Europe which is an independent EU policy debate specialist … Continue reading

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Challenges for smart energy grids – to combine ICT and energy systems and research

Smart energy networks and smart grids is often considered as a merge between ICT and energy networks or ICT supported energy networks. Research in the area is done both by information and communication people that start to look into energy … Continue reading

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ITS 2014 in Brussels: Techno-economic analysis from different perspectives

The 25th European Regional Conference of the International Telecommunication Society (ITS2014) was held 23th and 25th June 2014 in Brussels, Belgium.  The event was hosted by iMinds (Vrije University of Brussels) and SMIT (Studies on Media, Information and Telecommunication) and the local hosts … Continue reading

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IMP 2014 conference in Bordeaux: IoT services seem to be an unexploited area for business network researchers

I attended the 30th annual IMP conference organized by the KEDGE business school in Bordeaux September 4-6. Key themes are about how and why business networks are developed and maintained, typically how suppliers and customer develop relations and interact. Our … Continue reading

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A wide spectrum of opinions were shared at a PIMRC panel session on shared spectrum access

The first day of the PIMRC 2013 conference In London, 8-11 september 2013,  there was a panel session about shared spectrum access. The proposal came from partners in the METIS project working with spectrum issues, the members of the organizing committee … Continue reading

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Business Network Research: Nordic dominance at the 29th IMP conference August 30-September 2 in Atlanta, Georgia

The IMP group (IMP = International marketing and purchasing) annually organizes a conference on business network research. The focus is on B2B marketing and how different actor interact when doing business. Major contributions has and are made by researchers from … Continue reading

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IoT paper by Wireless@KTH researchers at conference on Electronic Commerce in Turku, August 13-15.

The researchers Andres Laya and Jan Markendahl from Wireless@KTH attended the 15th International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 2013) in Turku (Åbo), Finland, August 13-15. Andres and Jan presented a paper co-authored with Per Andersson at Stockholm School of Economics: Business Challenges … Continue reading

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Cashless Society and Mobile Payments

Assistant Professor Niklas Arvidsson at Industrial dynamics department at KTH is running a project on Cashless society. The main objective is identify and describe the potential consequences of “cashless-ness” for consumers, merchants, public transportation, banks, payment providers, mobile operators, etc. … Continue reading

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