5G Evolution and Candidate Technologies

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Dr. Rath Vannithamby, Intel Corporation, USA

Abstract: In this presentation, I will discuss the usages and technologies that will comprise the next set of cellular advancements aka 5G. In particular, I will discuss (a) the applications and usages for future 5G communications, (b) a set of key metrics for these usages and their corresponding target requirements, and (c) the potential network architectures and enabling technologies to meet 5G requirements. It is expected that some of the new technologies comprising 5G will be evolutionary, covering gaps and enhancements from 4G systems, while some of the technologies will be disruptive covering fundamentally new waveforms, duplexing methods and new spectrum. These technologies will encompass the end-to-end wireless system: from wireless network infrastructure to spectrum availability to device innovations. I will also provide an overview of 5G activities around the world to understand the vision and research direction of various teams as they tackle the challenging problems of capacity, ultra-low latency, power efficiency, etc. that wireless networks are expected to face by year 2020.

Speaker’s Biography: Rath Vannithamby received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees in EE from the University of Toronto. Dr. Vannithamby leads and manages a team responsible for 4G/5G cellular research in Intel Labs. Prior to joining Intel, he was a researcher at Ericsson responsible for 3G research. Dr. Vannithamby is a Senior Member of IEEE. He is an IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Lecturer for 2014-2015. He has published over 40 scientific articles and has over 100 patents granted/pending. He has authored chapters of three books. He is a co-editor of a book “Design and Deployment of Small Cell Networks” to be published by Cambridge Press in 2014. He has served as a Guest Editor for EURASIP JWCN Special Issue on RRM for 3G+ Systems. He was a TPC track-chair for PIMRC’11. He is currently an editor for the Journal of IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, and also for a new IEEE Journal on Internet of Things. He has given keynote speeches in major wireless communication conferences including Globecom’10 Broadband Wireless Access workshop. He has also served on TPC for major IEEE wireless communication conferences including ICC, GC, VTC, WCNC, and PIMRC. His research interests are in the area of 4G/5G broadband mobile networks, energy efficiency, QoS for mobile internet applications, cross-layer techniques, cognitive radio, and machine-to-machine communications.

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