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The professor from the University of Lisboa gave lectures on modern information technologies at the Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory
The professor from the University of Lisboa gave lectures on modern information technologies at the Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory
Luis Correia graduated from the University of Lisboa (https://www.ulisboa.pt/en - 355 QS WUR) in 1991 and received a degree in Ph.D. in the field of electrical and computer equipment.

Currently considered one of the most influential scientific researchers in the world, is a professor in the field of telecommunications. His current research focuses on areas such as wireless / mobile communications, channel characteristics, radio networks, traffic, and applications. Professor Lewish Correia acted as a consultant for Portuguese telecom operators. In addition to participating in research projects conducted at the national level, he participated in 31 projects carried out within the framework of European structures. Under his leadership, more than 200 masters / graduate students were published, 6 books were edited, over 450 articles were published and presented in various international and national journals, as well as at conferences. The professor took part in the defense of 35 PhD theses, 52 research projects. He was a national delegate to the COST ICT domain committee, worked on the European Net platform! Works, as an elected member of its Advisory Expert Group and its Governing Council, as well as Chairman of the Applications Working Group, was also elected to the European 5G PPP Association. 

This year the professor presented a course of open lectures for undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students of the Department of Applied Informatics and Probability Theory. Lectures were devoted to modern information technology. The first lecture of the course «How to prepare an excellent presentation», the second - «Approach to Cloud and Virtual Radio Access Networks». Abstract of the lecture « How to prepare an excellent presentation «The lecture describes an approach to preparing an excellent presentation of your work (for example, an article, an abstract or any other work) before an audience. Presents the preparation of the presentation structure, an approach to preparing the presentation itself. Together with a full» example of presentation «are shown as a choir Good and bad examples of preparation. Abstract of the lecture «Approach to cloud and virtual radio access networks» The lecture discusses the concept of transition to cloud and virtual radio access networks (RAN). It describes the motivation for network virtualization in terms of services and users. The concepts of Cloud- RAN and Virtual-RAN, as well as network architectures that use these concepts. This allows operators to have multiple roles compared to today's reality and serve several virtual network operators, distributing resources with edi them and sharing functionality to infrastructure providers. Presents the division of base stations into remote radio control and bandwidth processing modules. It provides an overview of some models and algorithms for managing virtual radio resources and deploying cloud architectures aimed at optimizing the use of resources, depending on the services offered to users. Considered such resource limitations as physical capacity, maximum latency, multiple access technology. It is also shown that the allocation of resources should be made in accordance with the type of services and their classes, determined by the quality of service. Examples of applications for which results were obtained are proposed.

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