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IEEE FUTURE NETWORKS SUMMER SESSION FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS – 2019
September 7 @ 09:00 - 15:00 EDT
Co-sponsored by: Northern Virginia Chapter of Communications Society
This one-day session provides an opportunity for Young Professionals or knowledge workers to better understand the 5G mobility ecosystem. 5G may be described as a network of networks with applications and services that may transform several adjacent industries. This session is designed to give attendees the opportunity to learn about 5G and Beyond. Prior knowledge of the mobility ecosystem is not required.
The IEEE Future Networks Education Working Group (WG) provides recurring winter and summer sessions where speakers from industry, government, or academia discuss diverse topics related to technology, business, governance, regulatory, etc. The intent is to provide the attendees with an appreciation of the technologies, issues and the key benefits. Collaboration and the exchange of ideas from different perspectives are strongly encouraged.
Please contact IEEE Future Networks Education WG https://futurenetworks.ieee.org/about/technology-roadmap#scope and the Greater Washington DC IEEE chapters for additional information https://r2.ieee.org/washington/ or https://r2.ieee.org/nova/
Speaker(s): Dr. Ahmed Kausar, Dr. Liling Huang
Tentative Agenda (High level topics – details to follow)
- Welcome Remarks
- Introduction – Narendra Mangra, GlobeNet
- 5G RAN Overview – Noman Alam, Sprint
- Antenna Design for 5G Back-Hauling & 5G Back-Hauling Requirements – Dr Ahmed Kausar, VT iDirect
- 5G Architecture – Dr Srini Gottumukkala, Sprint
- 5G Road to Realization – Bhupinderjit S. Mann, TeleWorld Solutions
- Smart Cities – Narendra Mangra, GlobeNet
- Microgrids 101 – Dr Liling Huang, George Mason University
- Closing Remarks
Bldg: Van Metre Hall
George Mason University
3351 Fairfax Dr