By: Diane Stirling
School of Information Studies (iSchool) Assistant Professor Carlos Caicedo will be attending this year’s Military Communications Conference (MILCOM 2013), where a paper he co-authored will be presented.
His paper, “A Spatial Interpolation Method for Radio Interference Maps based on the Discrete Cosine Transform,” was co-authored with Garrett Vanhoy, Haris Volos, and Tamal Bose.
The conference, sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, takes place in San Diego November 18 – 20. The presentation is part of the technical program, which includes 300 papers and 25 plenary and technical panels.
IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. The group has more than 425,000 members in more than 160 countries, with about half of the membership located outside the United States.
Dr. Caicedo is a member of ACM and IEEE Communications, Computer and Education societies. He is also a member of the IEEE Standards Association and of the IEEE Dynamic Spectrum Access and Networks Standardization Committee’s (DySPAN-SC) 1900.5 Working Group on Policy Language and Policy Architectures for Managing Cognitive Radio for Dynamic Spectrum Access Applications.
Dr. Caicedo’s research interests are in the areas of dynamic spectrum access, new wireless markets and technologies, information security and agent-based modeling.
He also directs the Center for Convergence and Emerging Network Technologies at the iSchool.