2018 European Future of Wireless Technology Workshop

Monday September 3

Tuesday September 4

  • 08:00 Registration and coffee
  • 08:45 Welcome & Introduction – Peter Lundin, Huawei
  • 08:50 Huawei Insights – Pang Kang, Huawei HQ
  • Wireless Artificial Intelligence Applied
  • 09:30 Fairness and privacy in networks – Christos Dimitrakakis, Chalmers
  • 10:10 Coffee Break
  • 10:40 On the Role of Data for Self-Driving Vehicles: Research and Experience from Chalmers Vehicle Laboratory Revere – Christian Berger, University of Gothenburg
  • 11:20 Huawei Sweden Collaboration – Peter Lundin and Lab Directors
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • Network and Architecture
  • 13:20 5G in the next 5 years, when, why and how? – Bengt Nordström, Northstream
  • 14:20 Wireless Network Slicing in 5G: A Communication-Theoretic Perspective – Petar Popovski, Aalborg University
  • 15:00 Coffee Break
  • 15:30 Open Air-Interface Evolution for 5G & beyond Experimentation – Raymond Knopp, EURECOM
  • 16:10 Radio Environment Maps for dynamic spectrum sharing – Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Poznan University
  • 16:50 Gigabit Connectivity with mm-Wave Networks: Opportunities and Challenges – Marina Petrova, KTH
  • 17:30 Summary Day 1
  • 18:15 Dinner reception at the Scandic Continental sundeck
  • 19:00 Dinner (ending approx 21:00)
  • 08:00 Conference room opens
  • 08:30 Introduction to Day 2 – Peter Lundin, Huawei
  • Disruptive Technologies and Future of Computation
  • 08:40 When a DLT is Secure, Fair & Fast, What Will You Build? – Ken Anderson, Swirlds
  • 09:20 Software techniques for performance-portable heterogeneous computing – Christoph Kessler, Linköping University
  • 10:00 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 Integrated phase-change photonics for memory and computing – David Wright, University of Exeter
  • 11:10 Silicon Heterogeneity in the Cloud – Babak Falsafi, EPFL
  • 11:50 Machine Learning at the Speed of Light – Igor Carron, LightOn
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • High Frequency Technologies and Antennas
  • 14:00 Artificial Dielectric Layers: the End of Surface Waves – Andrea Neto, TU Delft
  • 14:40 Smart versus Dumb Signal Processing for MMIMO and 5G – Emil Björnsson, Linköping University
  • 15:20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50 Channel Hardening in Massive MIMO – A Measurement Based Analysis – Fredrik Tufvesson, LTH
  • 16:30 Antenna system architectures for mmwaves – Lionel Rudant, CEA/LETI
  • 17:10 Summary and Close of conference

Note: Each presentation includes 10 minutes Q&A