Martin B.H. Weiss
Associate Dean & Associate Professor
717A IS Building
Institution of highest degree:
Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University
Policy and industry implications of new technologies, secondary use of spectrum, spectrum trading, cost modeling of telecommunications technologies, technical standards and their impact on industry.
Weiss, Martin B.H. (2011) Spatio-Temporal Spectrum Holes and the Secondary User. In: IEEE DySPAN, May 2011, Aachen Germany. (In Press)
Caicedo, Carlos E. and Weiss, Martin B.H. (2011) The Viability of Spectrum Trading Markets. IEEE Communications Magazine, 49 (3). pp. 46-52.
Martin Weiss, William Lehr and Simon Delaere “Sensing as a Service: An Exploration into Practical Implementations of DSA” Proceedings of IEEE DySPAN, Singapore, April 2010.
Carlos Caicedo and Martin Weiss “The Viability of Spectrum Trading Markets” Proceedings of IEEE DySPAN, Singapore, April 2010.
Hyenyoung Yoon, Junseok Hwang and Martin Weiss “Research on secondary spectrum trading mechanisms based on technical and market changes” Proceedings of IEEE DySPAN, Singapore, April 2010.
Weiss, Martin BH and Al-Tamaimi, Mohammed and Cui, Liu (2010) Dynamic Geospatial Spectrum Modelling: Taxonomy, Options and Consequences. In: Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, October 1-3, 2010, Arlington VA.
Shin, Seungjae and Weiss, Martin B.H. (2010) Analysis of mobile broadband competition: 3G vs. WiFi. International Journal of Mobile Communications, 8 (5). pp. 586-601.