Allyson Sim

Allyson Sim

Contact

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E-mail:

Telephone:+49 6151 16-25480

Fax:+49 6151 16-25471

Office:S4/14-4.2.15

Address:
Secure Mobile Networking Lab
Mornewegstr. 32
64293 Darmstadt.

Research Interests

Millimeter-wave communication, Medium access control, Multicast scheduling, Multicast beamforming, 5G technology, IEEE802.11ad WLAN.

Open Theses

  • 2017/05/02

    Implementation of mmWave Vehicular Simulator

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    Master Thesis

  • 2016/11/01

    60 GHz Millimeter Wave Medium Access Control

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    Master Thesis

    - The state-of-the art of the channel access sharing in millimeter-wave and non-millimeter wave communications.

    - Define the challenges that are important to have an optimal sharing between medium access.

  • 2016/10/18

    Concurrent transmission D2D millimeter-wave

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    Master Thesis

    Directional transmission used for millimeter wave communication arises many challenges. However, extreme spatial sharing of the millimeter wave spectrum boost the throughput per area by a significant amount. The increase in per area throughput is nevertheless still an open research!

Ongoing Theses

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Supervised Theses

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Publications

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2018

Asadiand, Arash ; Müller, Sabrina ; Sim, Gek Hong ; Klein, Anja ; Matthias, Hollick (2018):
FML: Fast Machine Learning for 5G mmWave Vehicular Communications.
In: IEEE INFOCOM 2018 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, DOI: 10.1109/INFOCOM.2018.8485876,
[Conference item]

2017

Sim, Gek Hong ; Asadi, Arash ; Loch, Adrian ; Hollick, Matthias ; Widmer, Jörg (2017):
mm-Broker: Managing Directionality and Mobility Issues of Millimeter-Wave via D2D Communication.
In: International Conference on Communication Systems & Networks, IEEE, [Conference item]

Loch, Adrian ; Asadi, Arash ; Sim, Gek Hong ; Widmer, Jörg ; Hollick, Matthias (2017):
mm-Wave on Wheels: Practical 60 GHz Vehicular Communication Without Beam Training.
In: International Conference on Communication Systems & Networks, IEEE, [Conference item]

2016

Sim, Gek Hong ; Loch, Adrian ; Asadi, Arash ; Mancuso, Vincenzo ; Widmer, Jörg (2016):
5G Millimeter-Wave and D2D Symbiosis: 60 GHz for Proximity-based Services.
In: IEEE Wireless Communication Magazine, [Article]

Sim, Gek Hong ; Nitsche, Thomas ; Widmer, Jörg (2016):
Addressing MAC Layer Inefficiency and Deafness of IEEE802.11ad Millimeter Wave Networks using a Multi-Band Approach.
In: IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), [Conference item]

Sim, Gek Hong ; Li, Rui ; Cano, Cristina ; Patras, Paul ; Malone, David ; Widmer, Jörg (2016):
Learning from Experience: Efficient Decentralized Scheduling for 60GHz Mesh Networks.
In: The 17th International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM 2016), [Conference item]

Loch, Adrian ; Sim, Gek Hong (2016):
Millimeter-Wave Blind Spots: Mitigating Deafness Collisions Using Frame Aggregation.
In: Millimeter-wave Networking Workshop 2016, in conjunction with the 35th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (IEEE INFOCOM 2016), [Article]

Sim, Gek Hong ; Widmer, Jörg (2016):
Finite Horizon Opportunistic Multicast Beamforming.
In: IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, [Article]

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Short Biography

I joined SEEMOO lab at Technical University of Darmstadt in April 2016 as a PostDoc working with Prof. Matthias Hollick. I received my PhD in Telematics Engineering from University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) in March 2016 with the highest distinction. I also obtained a master's degree in Telematics Engineering from UC3M in October 2012, and another master's degree in Telecommunication from Multimedia University, Malaysia in June 2011