Virtual Distinguished Lecture 1: Flexible and Cognitive Radio Access Technologies for 5G and Beyond

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Dr. Huseyin Arslan, professor at University of South Florida will be giving a presentation on Flexible and Cognitive Radio Access Technologies for 5G and Beyond. The Abstract for this talk is below.

 

Abstract:

5G aims to support new and diverse sets of application classes like eMBB communications, uRLLC and mMTC. Supporting these services using a single framework has introduced a new vision and sets of challenges for wireless researchers in many layers of the protocol stacks, especially in the Physical, Medium Access and Network Layers. The trend on the variety and the number of mobile devices along with the mobile applications will certainly continue beyond 5G. In order to create a system that can support this trend, a wide range of technical challenges and requirements must be simultanously satisfied. A robust system that ensures extreme reliability and low latency under diverse channel conditions, while minimizing production and operational costs and maximizing power and spectrum efficiency is required. Cooperative networking capability and coexistence, dynamic and flexible utilization of wireless spectrum, highly flexible, cognitive and adaptive radio access technologies are key enablers in addressing these technical challenges. In this talk, the potential directions and research opportunities to address the challenges and requirements of the 5G vision will be discussed.



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  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • United States
  • Starts 31 August 2020 01:00 PM
  • Ends 15 September 2020 08:00 AM
  • All times are US/Eastern
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Dr. Arslan of University of South Florida

Topic:

Flexible and Cognitive Radio Access Technologies for 5G and Beyond

5G aims to support new and diverse sets of application classes like eMBB communications, uRLLC and mMTC. Supporting these services using a single framework has introduced a new vision and sets of challenges for wireless researchers in many layers of the protocol stacks, especially in the Physical, Medium Access and Network Layers. The trend on the variety and the number of mobile devices along with the mobile applications will certainly continue beyond 5G. In order to create a system that can support this trend, a wide range of technical challenges and requirements must be simultanously satisfied. A robust system that ensures extreme reliability and low latency under diverse channel conditions, while minimizing production and operational costs and maximizing power and spectrum efficiency is required. Cooperative networking capability and coexistence, dynamic and flexible utilization of wireless spectrum, highly flexible, cognitive and adaptive radio access technologies are key enablers in addressing these technical challenges. In this talk, the potential directions and research opportunities to address the challenges and requirements of the 5G vision will be discussed.

Biography:

Dr. Arslan (IEEE Fellow) has received his BS degree from Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey in 1992; MS and Ph.D. degrees in 1994 and 1998 from Southern Methodist University (SMU), Dallas, TX. USA. From January 1998 to August 2002, he was with the research group of Ericsson Inc., NC, USA, where he was involved with several projects related to 2G and 3G wireless communication systems.  Since August 2002, he has been with the Electrical Engineering Dept. of University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA, where he is a Professor. In December 2013, he joined Istanbul Medipol University to found the Engineering College, where he has worked as the Dean of the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences. He has also served as the director of the Graduate School of Engineering and Natural Sciences in the same university. In addition, he has worked as a part-time consultant for various companies and institutions including Anritsu Company, Savronik Inc., and The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey.

Dr. Arslan’s research interests are related to advanced signal processing techniques at the physical and medium access layers, with cross-layer design for networking adaptivity and Quality of Service (QoS) control. He is interested in many forms of wireless technologies including cellular radio, wireless PAN/LAN/MANs, fixed wireless access, aeronautical networks, underwater networks, in vivo networks, and wireless sensors networks. His current research interests are on 5G and beyond radio access technologies, physical layer security, interference management (avoidance, awareness, and cancellation), cognitive radio, small cells, powerline communications, smart grid, UWB, multi-carrier wireless technologies, dynamic spectrum access, co-existence issues on heterogeneous networks, aeronautical (High Altitude Platform) communications, channel modeling and system design, and underwater acoustic communications. He has served as technical program committee chair, technical program committee member, session and symposium organizer, and workshop chair in several IEEE conferences. He is currently a member of the editorial board for the IEEE Surveys and Tutorials and the Sensors Journal. He has also served as a member of the editorial board for the IEEE Transactions on Communications, the IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking (TCCN), the Elsevier Physical Communication Journal, the Hindawi Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Wiley Wireless Communication and Mobile Computing Journal.

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