Today I completed the listing page for all of the presentations our research group PerWin at the University of Guelph has made in the last year or so. PerWin stands for Pervasive Computing and Wireless Networking Research. The group is directed by my advisor, Dr. Mieso Denko and has several graduate students who are active research members in the group. We have given presentations on topics ranging from Wireless Mesh Networks protocols, Autonomous networks, Fair Scheduling, Load Balancing, RFID, Wireless Security and much more. We have also had special invited talks by several faculty members from various Universities around Ontario (Ryerson, UOIT).
<center><img src="/uploads/2008/10/reynolds-300x225.jpg" alt="reynolds building, computing department, university of guelph"/><br/>Reynolds Building @ University of Guelph where PerWin meets regularly</center>
Check out the schedule page <a href="http://www.uoguelph.ca/~jernst/PerWin/">here</a> for the list of presentations, presenters and topics. There are also listings of many of the websites for the presenters which may be a good resource for people interested in our work. If you are a faculty member interested in giving a talk contact <a href="http://www.cis.uoguelph.ca/~denko/">Dr. Mieso Denko </a> at the University of Guelph.
If you are interested in any of the talks I have given, all of the powerpoint presentations are available at my <a href="http://www.uoguelph.ca/~jernst/research.html">Academic Website</a> at the University of Guelph.