IJR Project UMB-UHA-CESI

Since October 2017, I have been involving as a member of International Joint Research (IJR) project between 3 institutions (2 France, 1 Indonesian). Currently I’m an associate professor at UMB (maybe until [month] 20[xx] 🙂 ) and a PostDoc fellow at CESI Starsbourg, France, as a part of joint research between UMB-UHA-CESI. We have started our project on December 2017.
Our research project is about optimizing the routing protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT) networks. The proposed work is based on Operator Calculus approach in order to provide optimum paths from one source node to the destination. And for this second year, we are trying to propose a novel approach to optimizing the deployment of sensor network by exploiting the digital model of BIM (Building Information Modeling). In addition, we are trying to develop a new algorithm which takes into account the presence of obstacle, such as walls, doors, windows, and partitions, in order to obtain the optimal node deployment. In order to enhance the performance and minimize the cost of WSN deployment, we propose a new solution based on GA which may optimize the coverage, the connectivity and the energy consumption of WSN but with minimum number of nodes.
And these are some pictures from our video that we made for marketing purpose of CESI Research International. 🙂



https://www.facebook.com/cesistrasbourg/videos/2008967996074981/
Special Thanks to:
– BBI
– CJT
– ABA
– JFDR
– SZL

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