Kay Römer spends much of his time researching Wireless sensor network, Key distribution in wireless sensor networks, Computer network, Distributed computing and Mobile wireless sensor network. In his study, Web modeling is inextricably linked to Wireless network, which falls within the broad field of Wireless sensor network. His Key distribution in wireless sensor networks study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Media access control, Real-time computing and Embedded system.
Kay Römer combines subjects such as Wireless, Electromagnetic interference and Efficient energy use with his study of Computer network. His Distributed computing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sensor web, Protocol, Middleware, Computation and Programming paradigm. His research links Access control with Mobile wireless sensor network.
Kay Römer mainly focuses on Wireless sensor network, Computer network, Distributed computing, Real-time computing and Wireless. His research investigates the connection between Wireless sensor network and topics such as Embedded system that intersect with issues in Software. The various areas that Kay Römer examines in his Computer network study include Energy consumption and Communication channel.
His research in Real-time computing intersects with topics in Node, Localization system and Robustness. He focuses mostly in the field of Wireless, narrowing it down to topics relating to Dependability and, in certain cases, Computer security. His Key distribution in wireless sensor networks research focuses on Mobile wireless sensor network, Visual sensor network and Sensor web.
Kay Römer focuses on Wireless, Distributed computing, Scalability, Dependability and Real-time computing. Kay Römer works mostly in the field of Wireless, limiting it down to concerns involving Computer hardware and, occasionally, Testbed and Protocol stack. He interconnects Total cost of ownership, Business Process Model and Notation, Codebase, Key and Smart objects in the investigation of issues within Distributed computing.
His Dependability research incorporates elements of Electromagnetic interference, Narrowband, Network packet, Physical layer and Factory. The concepts of his Real-time computing study are interwoven with issues in Localization system, Multipath propagation and Ultra-wideband. His Bluetooth Low Energy research incorporates themes from Quality and Computer network.
His main research concerns Transceiver, Distributed computing, Efficient energy use, Ultra-wideband and Dependability. His work carried out in the field of Distributed computing brings together such families of science as Business process, Software deployment, Wireless sensor network, Total cost of ownership and Key. His research investigates the link between Key and topics such as Smart objects that cross with problems in Wireless.
His research integrates issues of Directional antenna, Timestamp, Real-time computing and Multipath propagation in his study of Ultra-wideband. The Real-time computing study combines topics in areas such as Electromagnetic interference, Latency, Data transmission, Network packet and Multilateration. His Dependability research includes themes of Protocol and Source code.
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The design space of wireless sensor networks
K. Romer;F. Mattern.
IEEE Wireless Communications (2004)
Wireless sensor networks: a new regime for time synchronization
Jeremy Elson;Kay Römer.
acm special interest group on data communication (2003)
Time synchronization in ad hoc networks
mobile ad hoc networking and computing (2001)
Middleware challenges for wireless sensor networks
Kay Römer;Oliver Kasten;Friedemann Mattern.
Mobile Computing and Communications Review (2002)
SPITFIRE: toward a semantic web of things
D. Pfisterer;K. Romer;D. Bimschas;O. Kleine.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2011)
Time Synchronization and Calibration in Wireless Sensor Networks
Kay Uwe Römer;Philipp Blum;Lennart Meier.
Handbook of Sensor Networks (2005)
Smart identification frameworks for ubiquitous computing applications
Kay Römer;Thomas Schoch;Friedemann Mattern;Thomas Dübendorfer.
Wireless Networks (2004)
An Adaptive Strategy for Quality-Based Data Reduction in Wireless Sensor Networks
Silvia Santini;Kay Uwe Römer.
international conference on networked sensing systems (2006)
Algorithms for generic role assignment in wireless sensor networks
Christian Frank;Kay Römer.
international conference on embedded networked sensor systems (2005)
The Lighthouse Location System for Smart Dust
international conference on mobile systems, applications, and services (2003)
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