Awarded for Outstanding Academic Performances.


Our member, Shun Ogata (right) and Hiroki Kawabata (left) received the Meguro-Kai Award for their outstanding academic performances. Congrats.

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Shun and Shogo gave presentations at IEICE General Conf.

尾形くんと田邉くんが福岡 九州大学伊都キャンパスにて開催されたIEICE 総合大会にてそれぞれ発表を行いました.

Our member, Shun and Shogo, gave presentations at IEICE general conference held in Kyushu University, Fukuoka.


Ranked 39th and 49th in Popular Articles of IEEE WCL

石橋准教授の論文がIEEE Wireless Communications Letters誌の 2016年1月のPopular Articlesで39位、49位にそれぞれランクインしました。

Two of our papers are ranked as Popular Articles (No. 39 and No. 40) in IEEE Communications Letters (Jan. 2016).

Popular Articles

39. Diversity-Multiplexing Tradeoff of Dynamic Harvest-and-Forward Cooperation

49. Effects of Antenna Switching on Band-Limited Spatial Modulation

IEEE WCL Exemplary Reviewer


Prof. Ishibashi has been selected as IEEE Wireless Communications Letters (WCL) Exemplary Reviewer for his contributions to timely and high-quality reviews.


Recent News

Prof. Ishibashi gave a requested talk about graph-based communication theory at IEICE RCS in Osaka, Japan.

12541160_1107297995971803_2768628039167653061_n12439488_1107298002638469_7976287270056296048_nAlso, our member, Shun and Hiroki, presented their new results respectively about frameless ALOHA and opportunistic relaying at IEICE SR in Nagasaki, Japan.




IEEE Distinguished Lecturer Program

IMG_0014Dr. Fan Bai (IEEE fellow, General Motors Corporation) gave a exciting lecture as IEEE Distinguished Lecturer at our research center, which was supported by IEEE VTS Japan Chapter.

Title : Information Centric Networking on Wheels (IC NoW) –  Architecture and Protocols
Abstract : Recent developments in the automotive industry point to a new emerging domain of vehicular wireless networks, in which vehicles equipped with radios can communicate a wide range of information to each other and the wider Internet, including traffic and safety updates as well as infotainment content.  In this talk, I will discuss how to develop a hybrid network architecture for such vehicular networks which combines both the existing cellular infrastructure as well as new vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication capabilities. The hypothesis is that such a hybrid network architecture will improve cost, capacity and robustness, compared to either a purely centralized cellular-based approach or a purely distributed V2V approach. Under a hybrid architecture, we aim to design information-centric protocols for information dissemination, aggregation, and storage that can exploit the spatio-temporally localized nature of vehicular applications.