WEBCAST THURS: @NSF Millimeter-Wave RCN – 4th Workshop, July 2018 #NSFfunded #5G #mmwrcn @NYUTandon

livestreamOn Thursday August 2018 the Internet Society Livestream Channel will rebroadcast the 4th Workshop of the Research Coordination Network (RCN) on Millimeter-Wave Wireless, held at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Brooklyn on July 12-13 2018. The RCN’s aim is to spur research and development of mmW wireless, driven by innovations in three key areas: 1) CSP: communication and signal processing techniques; 2) HW: mmW hardware, circuits, antennas, and digital hardware; and 3) NET: wireless networking; along with mmW prototypes and testbeds. The RCN is NSF funded. Further workshops are planned for Fall 2018 (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and Spring 2019 (Univ of California). – Berkeley)

Schedule (all times EDT = UTC-4)

11:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks – Akbar Sayeed
11:10 Keynote: Terabit DSL (using sub-mm waveguide modes in a copper pair) – Prof. John Cioffi
11:48 Panel: State of mmW Technology and Industry Outlook
13:09 Breakout: Development of Cost-Effective Community Testbeds for Research and Experimentation
14:32 Keynote: CoMP and Hybrid Beamforming for 5G MMWAVE -Ted Rappaport
15:17 Readout: Communication and Signal Processing & Networking
15:31 Readout: Hardware, Circuits, Antennas, Communication/Signal Processing,
15:46 Readout: Cost-Effective Community Testbeds Development
16:10 Panel: Academic-Industry Collaboration for “Moonshot” mmW RCN Contributions
17:03 Discussion: Goals and Deliverables for RCN 2020 and RCN 2025
17:32 Close

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