Bachelor, Master and PhD Thesis

A number of students pursued or are currently pursuing their degrees in the framework of 5G-TRANSFORMER. This page is divided in two sections, depending on the status:

  • Presented/finalized:

Type

Presentation date

Description

PhD Thesis

Mar 2019 Enhanced Connectivity in wireless mobile programmable networks (Luca Cominardi)

Master thesis

Sep 2017 Multi-domain VNF mapping algorithms (Jorge Martin-Perez)

Bachelor thesis

Oct 2017 (Spanish) Análisis de un orquestador NFV/SDN para redes de operador (Cristian Arribas)

Bachelor thesis

Oct 2017 (Spanish) Service Function Chaining en NFV: Evaluación práctica con OpenStack (Javier Bautista) 

 

  • In preparation:

Type

Description

PhD thesis

Francesco Giannone is pursuing his Ph.D. in SSSA and is working on topics related to 5G-T such as eNB split functions (Distributed Unit — DU — and Central Unit — CU) virtualization and its impact on fronthaul available latency budget. 

PhD thesis

Silvia Fichera is pursuing her Ph.D. in SSSA and is currently working on Resource Orchestration in Virtualized Networks through SDN-enabled OpenStack in collaboration with CTTC within the 5G-TRANSFORMER project.

PhD thesis

Software Defined Networking based mobility management in small cells (Luca Cominardi).

PhD thesis

Design and optimization of solutions for discovery and federation for NFV in edge & fog scenarios (Jorge Martin-Perez). 

PhD thesis

Mechanisms to integrate and enhance NFV and MEC (Kiril Antevski). 

PhD thesis

Development of an Orchestrator interface for OpenAirInterface5G (OAI). POLITO

PhD thesis

Development of a prototype 5G RAN orchestrator. POLITO