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IEEE Communications 5G Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G Part 3: Understanding 5G's Signal-Processing Demands

IEEE Communications 5G Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G Part 3: Understanding 5G's Signal-Processing Demands

 

IEEE Communications Webinar Series:
Three Key Challenges for 5G (Part 3 of 3)
 
Understanding 5G's Signal-Processing Demands
Device centric network cooperation for 5G and beyond: Theory and algorithms
 
Thursday, 15 December 2016 
1:00 PM EST, 10:00 AM PST, 18:00 UTC/GMT
 
Developers of 5G are proposing increasingly sophisticated strategies for boosting the carrying capacity of every part of the spectrum. Approaches like beamforming, MIMO (multiple input/multiple output), and allowing devices to choose spectrum and communication protocols will put additional demands on signal processing and traffic routing at the device level. This session will outline the dimensions of the challenge and help attendees understand requirements for hardware and software performance to keep up with the information flow.
 
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Speakers:
 
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David Gesbert, Head, Communications Systems Department, EureCom
Paul de Kerret, Communications Research Engineer, EureCom
Douglas McCormick,
 Moderator
 
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Call For Papers! IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic - Telecommunication Standards Education

Call For Papers! IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic - Telecommunication Standards Education
 
Call for Papers for IEEE Communications Magazine Feature Topic on Telecommunication Standards Education
 
Authors from industry, academia, and government are invited to submit papers for this Feature Topic of IEEE Communications Magazine on Telecommunication Standards Education. The scope includes, but is not limited to, the following:
 
Case studies of the incorporation of standards into telecommunications engineering curricula.
Best practices for incorporating standards into telecommunication curricula.
Case studies of the incorporation of knowledge of telecommunication standards into professional training.
Best practices for incorporating telecommunication standards education into professional training.
Development of innovative instruction strategies and tools for use in standards education
Impact of standards education on engineering, technology, society, and economy
 
Articles should be tutorial in nature, with the intended audience being all members of the communications technology communities.
 
Manuscript Submission Deadline is 2 January 2017
 
 

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Tech Focus: mmWave

Tech Focus: mmWave

 
Tech Focus Featured Topic:
 
 
Millimeter-Wave technology has been showing big promise for 5G. Do you think it will represent the future of 5G? We have selected 4 valuable articles written by our mmWave pioneers. Register now for your free access.
 
Theodore S. Rappaport; George R. MacCartney; Mathew K. Samimi; Shu Sun, IEEE Transactions on Communications, Vol. 63, No. 9, pp 3029-3056, September 2015
 
Zhouyue Pi; Junil Choi; Robert Heath, IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol.54, No.4, pp 138-144, April 2016
Mark Cudak; Tom Kovarik; Timothy A. Thomas, Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps) 2014
Jinyoung Jang, MinKeun Chung, Seung Chan Hwang, Yeon-Geun Lim, Hong-jib Yoon, TaeckKeun Oh, Byung-Wook Min, Yongshik Lee, Kwang Soon Kim, Chan-Byoung Chae, Dong Ku Kim, IEEE Wireless Communications, December 2016
 
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About Tech Focus 

Tech Focus provides a unique opportunity for free access to papers from IEEE Communications Magazine, as well as other IEEE Communications Society magazines, journals, and conferences on specific hot topics. The free access to the full articles is made possible by our Sponsors. Outside of the Tech Focus section, users would need their password and a paid subscription to each publication or conference proceeding to access these papers. 

 

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Announcing the Winners of the 2016 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition

Announcing the Winners of the 2016 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition
 
 
The winners of 2016 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition - “Communications Technology Changing the World” have been revealed:
 
TOP PRIZE WINNERS
 
Team Wenhan Dai from MIT, USA and Team Kazuya Anazawa from University of Aizu, Japan have both won the FIRST PRIZE (ex aequo).
 
Their winning projects are: 
 
Cooperative Networks for Ubiquitous Localization and Navigation
Team Leader: Wenhan Dai; Team Members: Zhenyu Liu, Bryan Teague, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
 
RIM: Resilient Information Management System in Network-Isolated Environment after Disasters 
Team Leader: Kazuya Anazawa; Team Members: Yasuyuki Maruyama, Yuto Ouchi, Hibiki Osawa, and Yusuke Igarashi, the University of Aizu, Japan 
 
The two top prize winners will receive US $2,000, and a Plaque. The two team leaders are also invited to receive the awards during the Awards Ceremony at the IEEE GLOBECOM 2016 conference in Washington, DC, USA (December 4-8). The Honorary Certificates will be sent to the teams or individual.
 
 
HONORARY MENTIONS
(not in particular order)
 
Massive MIMO for Future 5G Wireless Systems
Paul Harris, Steffen Malkowsky, University of Bristol, UK
 
LoRa Congo: low-power, long-range monitoring technology for development projects in Congo 
Gowri Sankar Ramachandran iMinds-DistriNet, KU Leuven, Belgium
 
Pervasive Brace Monitoring System for Patients with Scoliosis 
Mehdi Mohammadi , University of Michigan, USA
 
ASUCIC: an Air-Surface-Underwater Collaborative Information Collection System 
Yunfei Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China 
 
Engaging the User in Preserving Her Privacy On the Web 
Hassan Metwalley, Politenico di Torino , Italy
 
Vehicle Enabled Big Data Platform 
Yik Him Ho Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 
 
GreenMeter: Energy Efficient Core Networks 
Leonard Nonde, University of Leeds, UK
 
 
HOW SUBMISSIONS WERE EVALUATED
 
This year, we received 36 valuable submissions. Projects submitted were evaluated by an international committee made of 45 experts nominated by the Competition Co-Chairs and by ComSoc Technical Committees, covering all areas of ComSoc scope (http://www.comsoc.org/communications-technology-changing-world).
 
The evaluation process was organized in two rounds. In the first round, the projects submitted were ranked by the committee by evaluating five different aspects, namely: social impact, technical content, originality, practical applicability and results, quality of presentation. In the second round, committee members voted for the best two among best 9 ranked in the first phase. Finally, the Committee Chairs Stefano Bregni and Nelson Fonseca made the final check among very best ones ranked out of second round and confirmed results.
 
Congratulations to all the winners for such great achievements! Thank you all for your participation and support to this event!
 
 
Stefano Bregni, Chair of the Student Competition Committee & VP Member and Global Activities
Nelson Fonseca, VP, Publications
 
Question Contact: scp@comsoc.org
 

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