Room 1.1/2 IMDEA Networks Institute, Avda. del Mar Mediterráneo 22, 28918 Leganés – Madrid
With rapid development of networks and their proliferated applications, energy consumption of the networks has been a major concern for both network design, management, and applications. Routing protocols and algorithms have important effect on network energy consumption. Energy efficient routing for greening networks has attracted a great deal of research effort. In this talk, I will report to the audience some results on energy efficient routing techniques. In particular, I will talk about HDEER, a distributed routing scheme. I will introduce the principle model for energy efficient routing, the distributed two-stage routing scheme, the routing algorithms of the routing scheme, as well as its implementation. I will also present the experimental results and performance evaluations.
About Zhiyong Liu
Zhiyong Liu received his Ph.D. Degree in Computer Science from the Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing China, in 1987, and worked as a Professor in the Institute of Computing Technology since 1987. He was the Executive Director General of the Directorate for Information Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China, from 1995 to 2006. He is now a Chair Professor in the Advanced Research Laboratory, ICT, CAS. He published more than two hundred papers on academic journals and conferences, as well as a number of articles on technical review, science policy, and administration. He served as Board Member, Referee, Editor/Associate Editor in Chief, and Invited Editor for some journals, Program/Organization Committee Member/Chairman, and Advisory Committee Member/Chairman, for a number of national and international conferences, Expert Committee Member for a number of research initiatives, and Investigator/Principal Investigator of research projects on computer control system, computer architecture, and algorithm, and computer network. His research interests include computer architectures, networks, algorithms, distributed and parallel computing, and bioinformatics.
This event will be conducted in English