Welcome to the website of the WUN Cognitive Communications Consortium.
The Consortium of currently over 85 academic institutions and industrial members, from Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia, was established at the end of 2008.
Cognitive communications promises to revolutionise the way wireless communication devices and networks behave through ‘intelligent’ assignment of resources and operation.
Cognitive communications requires a multi-disciplinary approach, bringing together the established areas of:
- Wireless communications
- Distributed artificial intelligence
- Regulatory policy and economics
August sees publication, by John Wiley & Sons, of a new book by WUN CogCom Members. The book, ‘Cognitive Communications: Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI), Regulatory Policy and Economics, Implementation’ is co-edited by David Grace and Honggang Zhang.
The 7th WUN CogCom Meeting was held in Ottawa, Canada on 15th June 2012, along side IEEE ICC 2012. It was the second time it had been held in North America.
The next meeting of WUN CogCom will be held in Paris, France on 27th August 2012, along side IEEE ISWCS 2012.