5G, 6G, and 7G: What Should We Expect?

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Title: 5G, 6G, and 7G: What Should We Expect? (In-person meeting only, Registration is mandatory)

By Prof. Alexander M. Wyglinski

Full Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

In this presentation, Prof. Wyglinski will describe the current wireless connectivity landscape that is 5G, as well as several research development activities that will enable the transition to 6G, and outline the challenges that lie ahead in addition to the potential benefits and broader impacts to be offered by 6G and 7G.



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  • Date: 08 Feb 2023
  • Time: 06:15 PM to 07:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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  • 1 Ray St,
  • North Grafton, Massachusetts
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  • Starts 14 January 2023 12:00 AM
  • Ends 07 February 2023 12:00 AM
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PRof. Alexander M. Wyglinski PRof. Alexander M. Wyglinski of WPI

Topic:

Title: 5G, 6G, and 7G: What Should We Expect?

 Abstract: The past decade has witnessed dramatic growth across the wireless sector, with significant advances being achieved in digital communications, signal processing, embedded computing technology, networking architectures and protocols, machine learning algorithms, security, and other technologies that have ultimately led to successful deployments of 4G and now 5G! With these latest advances and innovations come new challenges that will need to be addressed, as well as new opportunities to be explored which will introduce new functionalities and capabilities for enabling high-speed wireless access across society via numerous verticals. In this presentation, I will describe the current wireless connectivity landscape that is 5G, including all the core technologies that support it, describe several research development activities that will enable the transition to 6G, and outline the challenges that lie ahead in addition to the potential benefits and broader impacts to be offered by 6G and 7G.

Biography:

Alexander M. Wyglinski is the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Worcester, Mass, USA, as well as the Director of the Wireless Innovation Laboratory at WPI. Dr. Wyglinski served as the President of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society during 2018-2019. He received his B.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, Montreal, Canada in 1999 and 2005, and his M.Sc.(Eng.) degree in Electrical Engineering from Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada in 2000. Dr. Wyglinski’s current research interests are in wireless communications, cognitive radio, machine learning for wireless systems, software defined radio prototyping, connected and autonomous vehicles, and dynamic spectrum sensing. Dr. Wyglinski has published over 48 peer-reviewed journal papers, over 125 peer-reviewed conference papers, and 3 textbooks throughout his academic career. He has been sponsored by both government agencies and industry such as the National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, Air Force Research Laboratory, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Toyota InfoTechnology Center USA, Verizon, MITRE, Analog Devices, and Raytheon.

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Address:WPI, , Worcester, United States, 01609





Agenda

6 pm: Welcome 

6:15 to 7 pm: Presentation+ Q&A.