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SEMINAR ON “RESEARCH ISSUES IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS”


Dr. Jehan Murugadhas     23-11-2015 13:52:50

Information Technology Department is regularly conducting various programs to the students and faculty members for their development in teaching and learning process. Nowadays, Ad Hoc Networks plays a vital role in the field of wireless communication. In this series, Dr. Jehan Murugadhas, Networking/e-Security section staff, conducted a seminar on "Research Issues in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks" to the faculty members.
This seminar is an essential program for current and future researchers who need a solid foundation in the communication world. Dr. Jehan Murugadhas delivered the various research issues of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks such as Routing, Location Service, Power Management, QoS and security.
The session also focuses about the database related research issues in MANETs with special emphasis on environmental limitations and data broadcasting in order to make effective wireless communication. It reviews some important applications of MANETs, such as Personal Area Networking, Civilian Environment, Emergency Operations and Defense.
In this event, 17 faculty members from IT & Networking/e-Security sections participated with active interaction. The program was conducted on 12/11/2015 from 12.00 noon to 1.00 pm in LR1.
Overall, this seminar presents a framework for how to develop better research implementations in the field of MANETs. It also provides a good platform for the faculty members to enhance their knowledge in the upcoming research activities. The speaker is thankful to the HoS, HoD and college administration in providing this great opportunity for staff development.