We offer a wide range of high quality of services and research activities.
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Computer and Communication Systems Laboratory (CCSL) was founded in 1999 as a research and educational unit in the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering of the University of the Aegean, Greece. The current research and teaching activity of the CCSL members is well balanced between theory and practice and covers a wide range of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) fields. During the past years, the members of the group have been involved in several European and National funded projects and have acquired considerable experience and knowledge. Based on this knowledge, CCSL is able to offer innovative solutions in the development and implementation of various components of the ICT infrastructure, which are required for the efficient delivery of future digital services.
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The strategy of CCSL is well-connected with the latest technological developments in wireless and mobile telecommunications, free space and fiber based optical communications, communications networks, digital circuits and systems design, as well as internet and global web technologies. More specifically, CCSL’s strategy includes the exploitation of the wireless networks architectures and web technologies for the elaboration of innovative results and the integration of modern services, the design and development of transmission techniques, routing and applications, in the era of 5G networks, as well as the design of efficient digital hardware systems for fast signal and image processing.
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The key personnel of the laboratory consists of eight (8) faculty members, one adjunct lecturer, one post-doc, several research associates fellows and a numerous of PhD candidate and graduate students.
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Since 2012, CCSL has been accredited by ELOT EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Certificate for Electric Field Measurements in the frequency band of 75MHz – 3GHz.
CCSL, which participates actively in the design and development of new communication systems, was certified in June 2017 as a Scientific Partner in the KNX protocol.
Vision and Goals met at Research and Development Level with the Strong Team of the Laboratory and Fully Scientifically Trained Staff
Partnerships at National and International level with Universities, Public and Private Sector and Industry
The Lab promotes Research and Scientific knowledge through a variety of research activities and publications in prestigious journals and conferences
Through several successful projects with industry and ICT Sector, the team of the laboratory has the most appropriate experience to develop projects of high standing and importance
Study and development of pico/nano/cube satellite, handover techniques in satellite constellations, orbital mechanics, satellite channel modeling and propagation impairments, satellite and terrestrial network off-loading, hybrid terrestrial/satellite IoT networks, radio planning and propagation modeling, multiple access techniques, cooperation NOMA and network coding.
Cooperative communications, half and full-duplex techniques in relays, development of IoT prototypes, Software-Defined Radio (SDR) and beamforming, precise user positioning for mmWave access, impact of backhaul latency in CoMP, exploiting the caching capability of edge transmission nodes, physical transmission using drone swarm, simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) and energy harvesting.
Physical-layer security, physical unclonable functions (PUFs), security of sensitive information in virtualized environments, security assurance for vehicular networks, secure communication mechanisms for trustworthy vehicular communications, blockchain applications.
Design of computational & telecommunication hardware systems, Digital & analog Systems, Photonic/Optical Systems, Integrated Components, Broadband Communication Systems, Hardware for advanced computational techniques (neuromorphic engineering)