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2019.5.8--5G and Beyond Wireless: When All Technologies Should Work Together For Good
May 6, 2019


5G and Beyond Wireless: When All Technologies Should Work   Together For Good


Prof.Octavia   A. Dobre


2019-05-08 15:00:00


1012 meeting room in the New Technology   Building of North Campus

Lecturer    Profile

Octavia A. Dobre is a Professor and Research Chair at   Memorial University, Canada. Previously, she was with the Polytechnic   Institute of Bucharest and New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA. She was a   Visiting Professor with Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA and   Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France, as well as a Chair of   Excellence at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. Dr. Dobre was a Royal   Society Scholar and a Fulbright Scholar. Her research interests include   technologies for 5G and beyond wireless, blind signal identification and   parameter estimation techniques, resource allocation, as well as optical and   underwater communications.

Dr. Dobre serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE   Communications Letters, and was an Editor of numerous prestigious journals.   She has served as General Chair, Tutorial Co-Chair, and Technical Co-Chair at   various conferences. She is a member-at-large of the Board of Governors of   the IEEE Communications Society, and a Fellow of the Engineering Institute of   Canada.

Lecture    Abstract

With the 3GPP Release 15 on the standalone 5G New Radio out in   2018 and with Release 16 coming out this year, 5G is already a reality. While   continuing to address the ever increasing demand for high data rates,   ubiquitous connectivity and mobility provisioning, 5G and beyond wireless   also aims to accommodate a massive number of devices with various traffic   characteristics. Massive connectivity and ultra-reliable low-latency   communications represent new features, which bring up major changes in   the wireless ecosystem. To satisfy the wide requirements in terms of   capacity per area, peak and user experienced data rate, spectral and energy   efficiency, mobility, connection density, reliability and latency, innovative   technologies have been explored by both industry and academia in recent   years.

This talk will provide an overview of 5G networks, emphasizing   on the use cases, standardization timeline, and enabling technologies.   Advantages and challenges of adopting different technologies, such as   non-orthogonal multiple access, will be underlined. Machine-type   communications will be discussed as an important driving force of future   wireless networks, which allows the expansion of the wireless ecosystem to   other industries like healthcare and transportation. Finally, in an attempt   to answer the question Quo vadimus, research directions are highlighted for the dynamic and   exciting field of future wireless communications.


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