6GSYMPOSIUM EUROPE

Paths To 2030,
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23-25, May 2022 • Virtual Event

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Penn State University: Researchers Engineer Electrically Tunable Graphene Device To Study Rare Physics – India Education Diary

Researchers, co-led by the University of Manchester (UK) and Penn State (USA) have developed a tunable graphene-based platform that allows fine control over the interaction between light and matter in the terahertz (THz) spectrum to reveal rare phenomena known as exceptional points.

The work could advance optoelectronic technologies to better generate, control and sense light and potentially impact wireless communications, according to the researchers. They demonstrated a way to control THz waves, which could contribute to the development of beyond-5G wireless networks.

Japan’s Beyond 5G Promotion Consortium White Paper “Message to the 2030s”

The White Paper Subcommittee has considered Beyond 5G, which is expected to be commercialized around 2030, assuming future daily life of users and a wide range of usage scenarios that span many industries. Through this study with various perspective, we examined the requirements that a communication system as a social infrastructure should have. We also considered Beyond 5G key concepts, network requirements, capabilities, architectures, and key technologies based on usage scenarios and future technology.
Based on these studies, this white paper summarizes issues and expectations from each industry for Beyond 5G, capabilities required for Beyond 5G, and technological trends, etc.

From Around the Web

Podcast – The 6G Roundup (April 29)

Looking for a chance to catch up with the biggest moves in 6G this week but short on time? Let the 6G Roundup fill your ears with three minutes of the biggest news from the week.

CxO Interview: Network Automation and Networked AI

Ongoing trends in telecoms, such as inter-access handover, edge computing, and the sheer proliferation of sites, make automation increasingly important. 6GWorld spoke to Ian Hood, Red Hat’s Chief Technologist for its Global Service Provider Business, to get an insight into where we really are with network automation today and the nature of the necessary evolution over time.

Video Interview: Thinknet 6G, Industrial Requirements and Complexity Theory

As an Easter treat, 6GWorld sat down with Kimberley Parsons-Trommler, head of Germany's Thinknet 6G organisation. We discussed the research the organisation conducted with a variety of industries to understand what 6G will need to deliver. There were some very unexpected outcomes and some previously-undiscussed issues we need to consider.

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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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