Teaching - WIT/TSSG

TSSG M.Sc. Programme

TSSG M.Sc. Programme, Master by Research, TSSG, WIT
  • Ensuring End-To-End QoS
  • Real-Time Groupware Services
  • Smart Services, Smart Spaces
  • Context & Context-awareness
  • Telecommunication Management
  • Intra-domain and Inter-domain Management of Smart Spaces
  • Context Management, Middleware in Smart Space Management
  • Smart Spaces & Middleware & Jini
  • Agents & Parlay & Service Creation Environments & Application Servers
  • Macro and Micro Mobility in Smart Environments
  • Usability of Mobile Devices
  • Present and Future Organisational Models for Wireless Networks
  • Smart Device Components
  • Technologies for Engineering Smart Spaces
  • Smart Services & Smart Spaces
  • Context-Aware Wireless Services
  • Fraud Detection
  • QoS in Converging Networks
  • Management Functionality for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
  • Parlay, Mobile Agents
  • Design Principles for Smart Space Management
  • Ubiquitous Management
  • Infrastructure Requirements for Smart Spaces and Managed Zones
  • Task Driven Service Composition
  • Resources Discovery and Management Using Policies in Smart Spaces
  • Autonomic Management of Ubiquitous Computing Environments
  • Security Aspects in Smart Spaces
  • User-Centric Management of Ubiquitous Environments
  • Access Control in Smart Space Environments
  • Adapting Access Rights to the Changing User Profiles

WIT B.Sc. Applied Computing

B.Sc. Applied Computing, 4th Year Elective, WIT
  • Communication Services (Telephony, Video Streaming, Interactive Voice Response, Email, Groupware & Community services, Instant Messaging & Chat, WWW, FTP), Fixed Network Architecture (Element, Network, Management & Service layers, Call Control, Intelligent Network Services)
  • Mobile Network Architecture (GSM, GPRS & CDMA, UMTS, 3GPP, 4G and beyond (802.11x, UWB))
  • IPv4/IPv6 Internet Architecture
  • Communications Middleware
  • Next Generation IP Services (H323 & SIP, XMPP & SIMPLE
  • QoS (DiffServ, IntServ, MPLS), NG Internet & Internet 2)
  • OSA/Parlay/JAIN Service Development (Service Architecture, Authentication, authorisation & session mgmt, Call control, Presence & availability management, Location based services, User Interactions)
  • Lab Work
  • Introduction (Concepts, Architectures, Frameworks, Methodologies, Terminologies)
  • Communication Networks (Standardisation Bodies, Classification of Networks, Service and Protocol, Logical Architecture of Networks, IEEE 802.x LANs, LAN Internetworking, Structured Cabling)
  • Intelligent Networks (Drivers, Objectives, Services, Architecture, PSTN, POTS, SS7, Service Examples, Evolution)
  • Telecommunication Management Networks (Overview, Information Architecture, Functional Architecture, Physical Architecture, Logical Layered Architecture, ATM Network Management with TMN)

TSSG Ph.D. Programme

TSSG Ph.D. Programme, TSSG, WIT
  • 2005 - 2007: Management of User Centric Information in Ubiquitous Environments
  • 2005 - 2011: Dynamic Adaptation of Policies in Ubiquitous Environments
  • 2005 - 2011: Dynamic Abstraction and Provisioning of Context Information
  • 2005 - 2007: Coordinated Adaptation of Session-based Composite Services
  • 2008 - 2011: Managing Virtual Infrastructure

WIT M.Sc. Computing

M.Sc. Computing, Module: Communications Management, WIT
  • Basic Principles
  • Architectures: SNMP, OSI, TMN, Examples
  • Universal Communication System & IMS
  • Middlware and Application Management
  • Policy-based Management & NGOSS
  • guest talks: Joel Fleck II (HP) and John Strassner (Motorola)
  • Modelling Governing Mechanisms
  • Modelling and Management: A non-traditional introduction into - modelling communications management
  • Modelling Example: Universal Communications Systems