||Location: Lappeenranta, kokonaan verkossa / full digi |
||M.Sc. (Tech.) 1|
|Teacher(s) in Charge
Pedro Nardelli, D.Sc. (Tech.), Assistant professor (tenure track)
After the course, the student will be able to: (1) define what is Energy Internet and how the technological advances in machine-type communications (MTC) are enabling its development, (2) model human- and machine-type of traffic, (3) differentiate operation modes of the Internet of Things (IoT), namely Ultra-reliable Low-latency Communications(URLLC) and massive Machine-type Communications (mMTC) in addition to the broadband communications, and (4) propose possible ways to manage the energy system based on packetized energy together with the required IoT/MTC solutions.
(1) Introduction to IoT-based systems, (2) Basics of machine-type communications, (3) Applications and modes of operation (mMTC, URLLC andbroadband), (4) Energy Internet: Packetized management of the energy system, (5) IoT-enabled energy internet via MTC: Examples, (6) Cloud-based services and system platform for energy internet via MTC, (7) Student presentations about different standards.
Lectures 14 h (7 x 2h) and tutorials/student presentations (7 x 2h) 14 h. Weekly homework 14 h. Final work 24 h. Independent studies 38 h. Total workload 104 h.
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|Assessment scale and assessment methods
Grade = Weekly assignments 30% + Presentation 30% + Final work 40%.
Lecture notes and other material in Moodle.
Basic knowledge of signal processing, communications, networking and information theories is desirable. Recommended: Introduction to IoT-based systems, Wireless Communication Systems and Wireless Communication Networks.
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