Saturday, 27 December 2014

Faculty Development Programme on Network Simulator (NS2)

Network Simulator version 2 (NS-2) is a free and open source discrete event network simulator developed at UC Berkeley. It is simply an event driven simulation tool that has proved useful in studying the dynamic nature of communication networks. It covers a large part of applications, protocols, network types, network elements and traffic models. Undoubtedly, NS2 has become the most widely used open source network simulator, and one of the most widely used network simulators. This faculty development programme aims to provide an insight into simulation of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) and Sensor Networks using NS-2.  This programme is aimed to provide hands-on approach to Students, Researchers from Academic and Industry where they can learn more than mere basics, share recent developments, new design and ideas in NS2.

Topics Covered
  • Introduction to Wireless TCL Scripting
  • Post processing using AWK
  • MANETs TCL Scripting
  • Sensor network simulations in NS-2
  • Working with Mannasim + NS-2
  • Working with NRL Sensorsim + NS-2
  • Shell scripting for large scale simulations in NS-2

Seats are limited to 30 participants. The interested persons have to apply before the deadline. The short listed candidates will be informed through e-mail by December 31st 2014. The Registration Fee Covers Lunch and Refreshments. No TA/DA shall be paid to the participants.

Last date for Registration
30th December 2014

Selection Intimation
31st December 2014
FDP Date
03rd January 2015


The Coordinator – FDP-NS2
Department of Computer Science,
Rathinam College of Arts and Science (Autonomous),
Rathinam Techzone campus,
Pollachi road, Eachanari,
Coimbatore – 641021.
Phone : +91 422 4040906
Contact Person :
Mr. A. Uthiramoorthy, 8643067117

E-mail :

Accommodation will not be provided by the Organizers. Participants have to make their own accommodation.  The participants are expected to bear TA/DA themselves. Assistance will be provided for arranging accommodation in hotels.

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