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First IEEE Next G Summit 2022 (Hybrid)

June 14 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

June 14, 2022 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, USA ( ===================================================== FREE REGISTRATION: Free registration (in-person and remote) is open for the ACM/IEEE Next G Summit, click here to register: ( for onsite or online attendance. Please create an EDAS ID if you do not have one at ( Since the launch of Second-Generation Networks (2G), there has been an evolution of next generation of networks every decade. The research and standardization for each future mobile service was initiated many years before its commercial launch. In 2019, 5G Networks began to be deployed commercially after almost ten years of planning. Similarly, the race for the 6G wireless networks that will be operational in 2030 has already started. To fulfill its potential in the upcoming decade, 6G will undoubtedly require an architectural orchestration based on the amalgamation of existing solutions and innovative technologies. Several standards bodies including 3GPP, ITU, IEEE, IETF, Next G Alliance among others and various research projects, open source consortiums, and forums around the world are working towards the evolution of next generation of network. The upcoming ACM/IEEE Next G Summit is the first one in the series aimed at research, development, and standardization of Next Generation networks (Next G). The summit will be held face-to-face at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, Laurel, Maryland on June 14. This one-day summit will provide a platform for the industry leaders, innovators, and researchers from the industry and academic community to collaborate and exchange ideas in this emerging technology that may help in driving the standards and rapid deployment of Next G. Co-sponsored by: IEEE Future Networks, JHU/APL Agenda: The ACM/IEEE Next G Summit will focus on the following topics. – Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning – Human Bond Communication Beyond 2050 (Knowledge Home) – Communication, Navigation, Sensing, and Services (CONASENSE) – Ultra-Massive Multiple Input Multiple Output Antennas (UM-MIMO) – Optical wireless communications (OWC) – Core Society 5.0 – Quantum Computing & Communications – Security as a Service – Zero Trust – Blockchain Orchestration – Deep Space Communication – Non Terrestrial Networks – Open RAN – Spectrum Sharing – Deployment – Digital Divide – Tera Hertz Communication – Autonomic Computing – Network Slicing – Mobile Edge Cloud – Experimental Testbeds – Assured Autonomy Room: 201-117, Bldg: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), 11091 Johns Hopkins Road, Laurel, Maryland, United States, 20703, Virtual: