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Title: Analysis of wireless markets using a QoE- crowd-sourcing-based  
recommendation system (Prof. Maria Papadopouli, Univ. Crete)
Speaker: Prof. Maria Papadopouli, Univ. Crete
Hariri Seminar Room

Title: Analysis of wireless markets using a QoE- crowd-sourcing-based  
recommendation system

Abstract: Wireless markets become larger and more diverse. Users are  
differentiated even more by their profile, demand and quality of experience  
(QoE) requirements. We have developed the u-map, a recommendation system  
based on crowd-sourcing. A u-map client enables the collection of network  
and application-based quality of service (QoS) measurements during a  
service session. Users can also provide their opinion scores about their  
perceived QoE for that session. These objective and subjective measurements  
are uploaded to a server for QoE modeling and recommendations to users and  
providers. Providers can learn about their customers, network performance,  
and user engagement, plan new services, and market refinements. We have  
applied the u-map in the context of various telecom services. Moreover, we  
have developed a multi-layer game-theoretical framework that enables a  
detailed modeling of the wireless infrastructure and user population for  
the analysis of wireless markets.

Bio: Maria Papadopouli (Ph.D. Columbia University, October 2002) is an  
Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University  
of Crete, a Research Associate at FORTH-ICS, and a Fulbright Scholar.  
Currently she is a visiting Professor at the Computer Science and  
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute  
of Technology (MIT). She had been also a visiting Professor at the School  
of Electrical Engineering, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.  
Before that, from July 2002 until June 2006, she was a tenure-track  
Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill  
(UNC) (on leave from July 2004 until June 2006). She has co-authored a  
monograph on Peer-to-Peer Computing for Mobile Networks: Information  
Discovery and Dissemination (Springer Eds. 2009). She has been the co-chair  
of nine international workshops in the area of wireless networking and  
mobile peer-to-peer computing. In 2004 and 2005, she was awarded with an  
IBM Faculty Award, while in 2013, she received a Google Faculty Award. Her  
research was also funded by a national Research Excellence grant  
(2012-2015) and she recently received the Comcast Innovation Fund.
When: Wed May 10, 2017 11am – 12pm Eastern Time
Where: Hariri Seminar Room
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