Anay Deshpande

Two new papers by ESR Anay Deshpande

Although Christmas is still far, we have a small present for you – there are two new papers published by Anay Deshpande, one of two of our ESRs based at the University of Padova in Italy. The titles are SMURF: Reliable Multipath Routing in Flying Ad-Hoc Networks and Extending the ns-3 QUIC Module. Visit our Publications page to learn more.

Training School in Stockholm

The latest WindMill Training School organised by Ericsson Sweden took place from 28th September until Friday 2nd October 2020. Because of the corona virus restrictions, the organizers had to move it online – but that did not stop our ESRs from learning! It was a difficult week, but the participants came out of it smarter. You can see the program Read more…

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Training School in Paris

The time has come for the WindMill Project to organise another training school. Instead of freezing in the north of Denmark, our ESRs headed to the great city of Paris, France. The plan was to gather more knowledge on their research topics, but also to see their colleagues in person again and do some networking. And how did it go? Read more…

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ESRs interviews available

After a long break, we’re bringing you the promised interviews with our ESRs. We asked them everything you might want to know about them – their backgrounds, their respective projects and also the reasons why they joined the WindMill Project. You can find all of them in this YouTube playlist below: But if that’s not enough, feel free to check Read more…

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WindMill kicked off in Aalborg!

The WindMill Project is officially in progress! All of our ESRs and supervisors met for the first time in Aalborg, Denmark, for a few hectic days of lectures, workshops and presentations. And, to preserve the ESRs and their plans, hopes and ambitions, we interviewed each of them – the videos will be out soon. Best of luck to all our Read more…