In the last decades, the theory of point processes, random tessellations, random graphs and stochastic dynamics has been applied very successfully to problems in many kinds of communication systems. Examples are numerous and range from data propagation, ad-hoc networks to typical communication cells, and much more. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers from different subfields of stochastic geometry and related research areas who are interested in applications in communication networks.
The scientific program features excellent european scientists with expertise ranging from numerical simulations to abstract point-process theory and beyond. WIAS can provide child-care support during the workshop upon request.