Author: Dr. Celestine Iwendi

Celestine Iwendi is a Sensor and Electronics Researcher at the University of Aberdeen, UK. He can be reached at celestine.iwendi@ieee.org

Steps To Figure Out Your Purpose

The author of Simplify the Future, Bruce Kasanoff writes on the guide to a successful career and a rewarding life. I have tried to made the bullet point accessible to WSN experts.   What are you best at, what do…

Wireless Sensor Network to the Strange New World of Nanoscience

The advancement of integrated circuit technology and wireless communications has enabled the development of low cost sensor networks. However, there are constraints and technical issues that have allowed the network implementation to be restricted. Therefore, the possibilities of overcoming these…

WSN KTP Associate

KTP Associate – ENG008A, – Ref: 1306939  College / University Administration College of Physical Sciences School / Section School of Engineering Position Type Full-time Closing Date 15 Feb 2013 Salary Salary Range £22,000 to £25,000 Job Summary The School of…

Energy Conservation in WSN Nodes Security Application

Energy conservation is one of the challenging issue among numerous stringent requirements for the implementation of WSN security using key management. There are many ongoing research aimed at realising a practical and robust keying model that tends to address this problems.…

WSN for Smart Infrastructures: Business Prospects

Europe is on track for a large scale investment that will create a sustainable transport network with a project called “Connecting Europe Facility, aimed at increasing the benefits of pan-European freight and passenger traffic infrastructure projects. The Fund will have…

Sniffer WSN Gets Boost From Microchip Creation

Pair of engineers at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has created a Tiny; inexpensive silicon microchips that generate and radiate high-frequency electromagnetic waves. This imager can penetrate a host of materials without the ionizing damaging effect of x-rays. The chips…