In the realm of networking and simulation technologies, the years 2018-2019 marked a pivotal phase as the 2018-2019 IEEE Project Centre introduced an array of groundbreaking projects within the IEEE NS3 domain. These projects, meticulously curated to align with the esteemed standards of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), provided an exceptional platform for students and professionals to delve into the realm of network simulation.


Throughout this period, the 2018-2019 IEEE Project Centre showcased an impressive spectrum of NS3 projects, each meticulously designed to explore various dimensions of networking. From designing intricate network topologies to analyzing communication protocols and optimizing network performance, participants were immersed in hands-on experiences that seamlessly blended theoretical knowledge with real-world applications. These projects not only honed technical skills but also nurtured problem-solving abilities, all while maintaining the stringent criteria set by IEEE.


Collaboration with industry experts and mentors offered participants an unparalleled opportunity to plunge into the world of network simulation, unearthing its potential to revolutionize industries and drive innovation. These projects highlighted the tangible outcomes of theoretical concepts, equipping participants with a profound understanding of network dynamics and behavior. The culmination was a cohort of individuals exceptionally prepared to address contemporary networking challenges, standing on the foundation fortified by the 2018-2019 IEEE NS3 Projects at the IEEE Project Centre.


In conclusion, the years 2018-2019 bear witness to the 2018-2019 IEEE Project Centre’s commitment to fostering innovation and knowledge in the field of networking and simulation technologies. By providing a platform for immersive exploration, collaboration with experts, and adherence to the high standards set by IEEE, these projects have not only empowered individuals with technical prowess but have also fostered a mindset of innovation and adept problem-solving. As we look forward, the impact of the 2018-2019 IEEE NS3 Projects continues to shape participants’ academic and professional journeys in remarkable ways.



SNOProjects List
1A Survey and Performance Evaluation of Ad-Hoc Multi-Hop Routing Protocols for Static Outdoor Networks
2FACT Fine-Grained Adaptation of Carrier Sense Threshold in IEEE 802.11 WLANs
3Performance Evaluation of Caching Policies in NDN – an ICN Architecture
4ROSE Robustness Strategy for Scale-Free Wireless Sensor Networks
5Simulation Based Performance Evaluation of TCP Variants along with UDP Flow
6Simulation Model and Comparison for Satellite Links in Ku and Ka Bands for Standards-based on DVB-S2 and NS3
7A Real-time Aware Routing Strategy in Smart City Environments.
8Multipoint Relay Selection through Estimated Spatial Relation in Smart City Environments.
9D-TCP: Dynamic TCP Congestion Control Algorithm for Next Generation Mobile Networks.
10Detection of Selfish Attack over Wireless Body Area Networks.