The EU commission recently granted the 2.5 y Hexa-X project (H2020 ICT-52) to be the European Flagship project on explorative research towards 6G. With 25 partners from leading academic institutions and industry players, the project aims to lay the foundation for 6G, an area that will be of key importance in the technical evolution in the coming decade. The project will establish a vision for the future networks of 2030 addressing the envisioned use cases and services. The 6G networks will be designed based on the fundamental principles of trustworthiness, sustainability and digital inclusion. The project will explore a plethora of technical enablers related to e.g. enhanced radio performance and combined communication and localization/sensing; Connected intelligence with integrated AI/ML; Network evolution expansion, exploring new network architectures and novel verticals.
As the Hexa-X project will be the European 6G flagship project, interactions with other projects and initiatives will be crucial and the workshop presents an important venue for initiating collaboration and sharing of results. The project is not directly conducting research on optical networks but foresees that the technology will be an integral part in providing high performance and low latency backhaul and fronthaul to the core and access network and the workshop has invited leading experts in the field of optical networks to present the academic and industrial view point.
The workshop will also provide an overview of the Hexa-X vision for 6G for 2030, including use cases and key performance and value indicators. In addition, the workshop will host a panel discussing the aspects brought by the Hexa-X project and the invited speakers.
Time: Monday, June 28, 14-16 CET
If you want to attend this workshop, please register for the conference. The registration is free of charge for attendees.
Once registered for the conference, you can register for this workshop through this link. Please use the same email as in your EDAS registration.
The full conference program is also available.
- Dr. Patrik Rugeland, Ericsson Research, Sweden
- Dr. Mikko Uusitalo, Nokia Bell Labs, Finland
- Prof. Tommy Svensson, Chalmers University, Sweden
Talks and Speakers
Hexa-X project overview and 6G vision
Dr. Mikko Uusitalo, Nokia Bell Labs, Finland
6G use cases and key value and performance indicators
Dr. Patrik Rugeland, Ericsson Research, Sweden
Optical technologies for new generation mobile transport networks
Fabio Cavaliere, Ericsson Research, Italy
Efficient Optical Core Networks
Dr. Carmen Mas Machuca, TU Munich, Germany
Industry view on optical network aspects
Dr. Rene Bonk, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
Chair: Patrik Rugeland, Ericsson Research, Sweden
- Mikko Uusitalo, Nokia Bell Labs, Finland
- Tommy Svensson, Chalmers University, Sweden
- Fabio Cavaliere, Ericsson Research, Italy
- Carmen Mas Machuca, TU Munich, Germany
- Rene Bonk, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
Each talk will have 15 minutes plus 3 minutes for Q&A. The panel discussion will have 30 minutes.
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