2015 European Future of Wireless Technology Workshop – Evolution and Revolution for Future Communications

Monday June 15

Tuesday June 16

  • 08:00 Registration and coffe
  • 09:00 Welcome opening speech – Huawei
  • 09:30 The evolution of the core network within 5G environments – Thomas Magedanz, Fraunhofer FOKUS
  • 09:50 Efficient IoT Content – Olov Schelén, LTU
  • 10:10 Operational Decision Support – Joe Steinhauer, University of Skövde
  • 10:30 Coffee Break
  • 11:00 Telecom Service Orchestration – Mats Eriksson, Huawei
  • 11:20 Connecting the 2 billion unserved: Cost effective hybrid cellular-satellite broadband – Mats Andersson, Forsway
  • 11:40 Panel – Service Innovation & Future Network
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Huawei 5G vision – Zhu Peiying, Huawei
  • 14:20 Intel view on mmWave technologies – Ali Sadri, Intel
  • 14:40 Massive MIMO Communications with Low Complexity – Josef A. Nossek, TU Munich
  • 15:00 Terahertz Communications – Wolfgang Gerstacker, Univ. of Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • 15:20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50 Continuous Phase Modulation on the Hypersphere – Ralf Müller, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • 16:10 Panel – Alternative Future of Wireless
  • 17:00 Summary Day 1
  • 19:00 Dinner (ending approx 21:00)
  • 08:30 Morning Coffee
  • 09:00 5G – for Whom and by Whom? – Jens Zander, KTH
  • 09:30 Moving Networks in Ultra-dense Deployment Scenarios – Tommy Svensson, CTH
  • 09:50 A small cells based 5G test network – Matti Latva-Aho, University of Oulu
  • 10:10 5G Radio Access Networks – Some Duplexing and Device Localization Perspectives – Mikko Valkama, TUT
  • 10:30 Coffee Break
  • 11:00 The 5G Tactile Internet, PHY Implications, and a Possible Way Forward With GFDM – Gerhard Fettweis, TU Dresden
  • 11:20 Massive MIMO – from theory to practice – Ove Edfors, LTH
  • 11:40 Panel – RAN Evolution & Densification
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Machine Learning for Radio Resource and Topology Management in SON – David Grace, University of York
  • 14:20 Reinforcement Learning meets Wireless Networks – Irene Macaluso, Trinity College
  • 14:40 Towards 5G Network Management: A machine learning approach – Lorenza Giupponi, CTTC
  • 15:00 Intelligent and Autonomous Behavior in 5G Networks – Meryem Simsek, TU Dresden
  • 15:20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50 Using Game Theory to Model Resource Sharing in Future Wireless Networks – Luiz DaSilva, Trinity College
  • 16:10 Panel – Artificial Intelligence in Wireless
  • 17:00 Summary and Close of conference