Communication, Media and Information Technologies
Communication, Media and Information technologies
The section Communication, Media and Information technologies (CMI) under Department of Electronic Systems engages in research and teaching in the area of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) including information technology (IT), telecommunications and media/broadcast.
We focus on the convergence of technologies and industries and pay special attention to the Internet, which increasingly is the common platform for ICT-based communications.
Contact and Location
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CMI offices are not located in the main building (A. C. Meyers Vænge 15 - "Building A"), but in the adjecent building "B"(Frederikskaj 12) at the 3rd floor. You can use the glass elevator to reach 3rd floor.
A pedestrians bridge connects building "A" with building "B" (to the right).
Staff and PhD students
CMI staff comprises two professors, eight associate professors, one assistant professor, one postdoc, one project manager, one laboratory engineer and two secretaries.
CMI has currently around 8 PhD students researching within these fields.
A number of visiting scholars do research projects in collaboration with our researchers.
The PhD program of CMI builds on the general interdisciplinary research platform of CMI.
Projects can either be technically oriented or interdisciplinary. Technology developments can be examined in a broader societal context. This means that market, policy, economic, and other social conditions for technology developments can be examined.
The PhD program of CMI is part of the Doctoral Program of the Department of Planning but hosts also PhD students from other AAU PhD schools.
For information on CMI’s PhD program and on admission contact: Professor Anders Henten, email: email@example.com
ICTE - MSc
Innovative communication technologies and entrepreneurship
The MSc programme is application-oriented and combines a solid technical engineering knowledge about communication technologies and converging media (mobile phones, Internet and digital TV) with innovation, creativity, market, and user perspectives.
Continuing Education MICT
The Master in Information and Communication Technologies (mICT) is an international Master's program at Aalborg University designed for you who work in the ICT industry and want to keep your job while you are participating in a Master's program. The courses are mainly given in the evening and during weekends.
MARKET, USERS AND TECHNOLOGY
The combined study of the interplay between markets, users, regulation and technologies is a unique feature of the ICTE and MICT study programmes, as well in the PhD projects at CMI.
The four perspectives are present in the semester projects and in the bachelor- / master thesis. In some cases greater emphasis is put on the technologies, in others on the market- / business perspective or the user perspective.
Both the MSc. programme "ICTE" and the continuing education "MICT" are based on group work via the Aalborg model of Problem-Based Learning. You'll have lectures, seminars, individual work and project work in groups. Projects typically include both a technical solution to a practical problem and considerations of the organizational and economic aspects.
PhD projects are, due to their nature, more specialized and typically analytical.
All courses are taught in English.
CMI research and publications
The CMI section engages in research and teaching in the area of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) including information technology (IT), telecommunications and media/broadcast. There is a focus on the convergence of technologies and industries and a special attention to the Internet, which increasingly is the common platform for ICT-based communications.
A Case for Citizen Centric National Identity Management Systems: Crafting a Trusted National Identity Management Policy
A Novel Single Pass Authenticated Encryption Stream Cipher for Software Defined Radios
A Social Network Approach to Provisioning and Management of Cloud Computing Services for Enterprises
Analysis and Development of Sustainable Energy for the Telecom/ICT Industry in Ghana
Analysis of public private interplay frameworks in the development of rural telecommunications infrastructure
Artificial intelligence and Internet of Things in a “smart home” context: A Distributed System Architecture
Cluster Framework for Internet of People, Things and Services
Cyber-Security Challenges with SMEs in Developing Economies: Issues of Confidentiality, Integrity & Availability (CIA)
DEVELOPING A CONCEPTUAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IS) SUCCESS MODEL FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEMS USED IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - THE CASE OF GHANA
Disclosure of Personal Data in Ubiquitous Social Networking
WindMill - Optimizing URLLC Metadata and Data Flows Using Machine Learning
Improving data distribution and sharing in a hybrid cloud environment: The case of Ghanaian healthcare provider
ADOPTION OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYTEMS IN TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS - A CASE OF GHANA TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSTY COLLEGE
Electronic Voting Adoption in Developing Countries: Ghana as a case study.
Analytical Framework of Cloud Computing in the Education for Developing Countries
Analysis of Internet Access Infrastructure as a resource enabler for Sustainable Smart Mobility in Developing countries: The Case of Accra (Ghana) Smart City Project
CMI working papers
CMI working papers provide a means of early dissemination of completed research, summaries of the current state of knowledge in an area, or analyses of timely issues of public policy. They provide a basis for discussion and debate after research is completed, but generally before it is published in the professional literature.
CMI Papers are authored by CMI researchers, visitors and participants in CMI conferences, workshops and seminars, as well as colleagues working with CMI in its international network. Papers are refereed before publication. For additional information, contact the editors: Anders Henten and Jannick Kirk Sørensen.
CMI working papers
How Policy Is Failing to Secure Privacy on Platforms
Digitalization policies in the UK and the Netherlands
Implications of ICT-based platforms on labor markets – the case of Uber
Transition to e-government in Developing countries
Tensions between ‘Design as Use’, Service Design and ICT-centric services
Dimensions of broadband policies and developments
Universal Service Policy in Vietnam: A Supply - Demand Perspective
Analysing Universal Services in Vietnam: A Stakeholders’ Approach
En ny dagsorden for telepolitikken?
DISSONANCE OF MEDIA IMAGE AND REALITY: Content analysis of women in commercial advertising on Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) television
Privacy for Sale? – Analysis of Online User Privacy
Where Does My Private Data Go? - Visualization of Users’ Privacy
Innovation, Investment, and Competition in Broadband and the Impact on America’s Digital Economy
Debatable Premises in Telecom Policy
Testing the virtuous circle of innovation: Does it increase broadband investment? A preliminary discussion
That’s pretty smart, but also a bit frightening: A qualitative study about mobile tracking among Danish mobile users
Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
Bredbåndskapacitetskrav i accesnettet, en analyse af bredbåndsbehov i Danmark i et 2020 perspektiv