DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) Purdue-led BAM! Wireless Team Presentation: Using AI in Collaborative Wireless Networks
|Event Date:||March 26, 2019|
|School or Program:||Electrical and Computer Engineering
The DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) is a three-year competition that aims at employing state of the art AI techniques to enable autonomous collaboration between radio networks, that are developed independently with potentially different protocols, with the goal of efficient spectrum usage. The Purdue-led BAM! Wireless Team (BAM stands for Purdue Boiler Makers and Texas A & M) has participated in the competition from its beginning and won prize awards at both first and second preliminary events (PE 1 and PE 2), held in December 2017 and 2018. BAM! Wireless was also among the top 5 teams in PE 2. On Tuesday, March 26, the DARPA SC2 team is visiting Purdue to review our work and preparation for the final event, that will take place at Mobile World Congress Americas in October 2019. Join us to check out our plans to augment our already successful collaborative protocol for wireless networks with machine learning techniques that will allow for autonomous adaptation to complex environments.
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