Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Pedro José Marrón, Exercises: Robert Sauter
This lecture describes the fundamental concepts of sensor networks and how they differ from traditional networked systems that do not take energy and resource constraints into account. During the experiments, the students will deal with real-world deployments of sensor networks and use real sensor nodes to understand better the effects of real-world phenomena in aspects like link quality, localization, etc.
Place and Time:
- Place: S-A 126 (Lecture), SE 108 (Exercises)
- Lecture: weekly Wednesday 13:00-15:15 s.t.
- Exercises: biweekly Tuesday 10:15-11:45 s.t.
The first lecture is held on April 9th 2014; the first exercises on April 15th.
More information can be found on our Moodle2 page. The password will be announced in the first lecture and in the exercises.