2017 European Future of Wireless Technology Workshop

Monday June 12

Tuesday June 13

  • 08:00 Registration and coffee
  • 08:45 Welcome & introduction – Anders Sandell, Huawei
  • Drivers for Network Growth
  • 08:50 Huawei view on 5G – Liang Li, Huawei
  • 09:30 Operator strategies for 5G – Jonas Twingler, Northstream
  • 10:10 Virtual Reality in 5G Networks: Requirements, Solutions and Open Problems – Gwendal Simon, IMT Atlantique
  • 10:50 Coffee Break
  • 11:20 Near-Field IoT: The elephant in the room – Mihai Sanduleanu, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology
  • 12:00 Wireless Communication for Industry 4.0 – Gerd Ascheid, RWTH
  • 12:40 Lunch
  • Emerging Technologies for 5G
  • 14:00 5G Mobile Network Architectures: Virtualization, Cloudification and Densification – Cicek Cavdar, KTH
  • 14:40 Algorithmic challenges for self-optimizing networks – Mikael Johansson, KTH
  • 15:20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50 RF to mm-wave hardware development for 5G – Tauno Vähä-Heikkilä, MilliLab
  • 16:30 Digital predistortion and passive intermodulation cancellation in carrier aggregation transceivers – Mikko Valkama, Tampere University
  • 17:10 Summary Day 1
  • 19:00 Dinner (ending approx 21:00)
  • 08:00 Conference room opens
  • 08:30 Introduction to Day 2 – Anders Sandell, Huawei
  • Future System Concepts
  • 08:40 Efficient Computing in the post-Moore Era – Per Stenström, Chalmers
  • 09:20 Enabling HW/SW Design Technologies for Embedded Multicore and Manycore SoC´s – Rainer Leupers, RWTH
  • 10:00 Rethinking Memory System Design (and the Computing Platforms We Design Around It) – Onur Mutlu, ETH
  • 10:40 Coffee Break
  • 11:10 Building next generation telecom systems with inspiration from Lego toy system – Ahmed Hemani, KTH
  • 11:50 Chaos-based wireless communication – Murilo S Baptista, Univ. Aberdeen
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • Antenna Systems Revolution
  • 14:00 Massive MIMO world records in spectral efficiency – Evangelos Mellios, University of Bristol
  • 14:40 “Subspace Matryoshkas” for Multiuser mmWave Communications – Wolfgang Utschick, TU Munich
  • 15:20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50 OAM and photonic angular momentum as a new basis for future radio communication systems – Bo Thidé, Uppsala University
  • 16:30 Summary and Close of conference

Note: Each presentation includes 10 minutes Q&A