FIREMAN researchers participated in the “Joint ee-IoT and FIREMAN webinar” which took place virtually on December 11th.

The webinar focused on energy-efficient connectivity for the IoT, and several research topics related to massive and critical machine-type wireless communication, enabling and emerging technologies and applications, were thoroughly discussed.



More information can be found in the webinar website:, where you can also access the recorded talks and slides. Besides, you can also find mini-posters promoting the most recent research outcomes of both projects.

On Oct. 15th, Arthur Sousa de Sena, PhD student at LUT and FIREMAN researcher, was awarded the prestigious Nokia Foundation grant for his research related to massive-MIMO NOMA networks. This grant is expected to support a research visit to the group of Prof. Papadias (FIREMAN technical coordinator) in Greece, to foster the already successful collaboration in advanced methods for data transmission (WP3 activities).

More information about the grant can be found here.

Congratulations, Arthur!

On Oct. 10th, FIREMAN participated in a joint workshop on Smart Technologies in Industry 4.0 organized by CHIST-ERA SOON project as part of the INTER-ENG conference.

Researchers involved in the two projects presented their so far obtained research outcomes and exchanged research questions that could involve knowledge transfer and future in-depth collaboration between the two projects.

More information about the joint workshop can be found here.

?he detailed technical programme can be found here.

On Sep. 2nd, FIREMAN organized a successful Special Session on Communication and Networking Algorithms for Cyber-Physical Systems in Industry 4.0, co-located with the IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC '20).

A keynote speech given by Majid Butt (Nokia Bell Labs) and four technical contributions were presented. Detailed information can be found here.

The FIREMAN organizers have already started the discussion of having a subsequent 2nd version in the context of the forthcoming PIMRC '21 in Helsinki, Finland, next year.


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