6GSYMPOSIUM Fall 2022

Building the 6G Experience

11-12, October 2022 • Live Event

Hotel Washington • 515 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Exclusives

The (Wireless) Logic of IoT Consolidation Excluding the MNOs

While the Internet of Things is growing well annually, these days the operator community doesn’t talk too much about it. Wireless Logic’s Paul Bullock discusses the business challenges facing MNOs in taking advantage of IoT and sets out a possible future for the sector.

Attacks to Smart Cars Could Cut ML Accuracy by 22%, Experiment Shows

A recent experiment has indicated that attacks on federated learning can reduce the machine learning model’s accuracy by 22%

US Universities Test AI to Change Driver’s Behaviour and Save Fuel

A pool of US universities - Vanderbilt University, UC Berkeley, Temple University, and Rutgers University-Camden - have tested an AI system to change drivers’ behaviour and save fuel. Watch the video and learn more: Video images by UC Berkeley/Creative Commons...
6GSymposium Round-Up, Day 2: New Mindsets, New Relations and Making Money

6GSymposium Round-Up, Day 2: New Mindsets, New Relations and Making Money

in Day Two, speakers from around the world covered off a host of issues related to the commercial success of Beyond-5G services. The analysis explored what has gone wrong in the past and what needs to change for the coming generation of telecoms to be a commercial success – not just for the vendors but for the operators and their partner ecosystems.

The day underlined the point that the real evolution towards 6G may need to be in the industry’s mindsets, relationships and business models, with technology serving as an enabler rather than a driver.  

2022 IEEE SPS – EURASIP summer school on “Defining 6G: Theory, Applications, and Enabling Technologies”

2022 IEEE SPS – EURASIP summer school on “Defining 6G: Theory, Applications, and Enabling Technologies”

With 5G being a reality, what will 6G be? Extensive discussions have been initiated around possible paradigm shifts and new technologies for 6G in recent years. With this summer school, we aim at providing a comprehensive roadmap about fundamental theory, emerging applications, and possible enabling technologies for 6G. The summer school consists of both application-domain talks with a high-level overview of key elements and practical aspects of 6G systems, and in-depth technical lectures focusing on theoretical aspects of emerging research directions. The lectures are organized around several key components of current 6G research trends, including the intersection between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and wireless communications, cyber-physical systems, semantic communications, Internet of Things (IoT) and massive access, integrated space-air-ground systems, mmWave and Terahertz communication, integrated sensing and communication, and security and trustworthiness of 6G systems.

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