Workshop 22022-06-03T18:43:26+00:00

The 6G workshop series by Hexa-X

Tuesday, 7 June 2022, 9:00-10:30/11:00-12:30/14:00-15:30/16:00-17:30, Room A304
Organisers:
  • Patrik Rugeland (Ericsson Research, SE)
  • Mikko Uusitalo (Nokia Bell Labs, FI)
  • Mauro Boldi (Telecom Italia S.p.A, IT)

Motivation and Background

The European 6G flagship research project Hexa-X (H2020 ICT-52) is currently working towards building the foundation for a future 6G system and exploring a plethora of technical enablers. The research in the project is consolidating the views from the 25 partners from leading academic institutions and industry players and conducting leading edge technological exploration and development related to 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 such, the workshop will accurately address the conference tracks ‘6G Enabling Technologies’ and ‘6G Visions’, by providing a consolidated view on the 6G research from the major European players.This workshop provides an opportunity to solidify Hexa-X’s position as a leading 6G project on a global scale, showcasing the work done with presentations and live demos, as well as provide an opportunity to connect and align with the 6G research perform elsewhere. This will be accomplished by inviting other ICT-52 6G technical enabler projects to present, as well as through an open call for technical contributions.

Structure

Session 1 – 6G system vision (90 min):
• Keynote 1 – Preben Mogensen (Nokia) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • Keynote 2 – Gunnar Mildh (Ericsson) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • Update from Hexa-X and global alignment- Mikko Uusitalo (Nokia) [15 min + 5 min Q/A] • Hexa-X key values – Sustainability, trustworthiness, digital inclusion – Challenges and how to get there – Patrik Rugeland (Ericsson) [15 min + 5 min Q/A]

Session 2 – 6G Radio performance (90 min):
• Initial radio models and analysis towards ultra-high data rate links in 6G- Yaning Zou (TUD) and Aarno Pärssinen (U Oulu) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • Localisation and sensing use cases and gap analysis Henk Wymeersch (Chalmers) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • REINDEER: REsilient INteractive applications through hyper Diversity in Energy Efficient RadioWeaves technology – Liesbet van der Perre (KU Leuven) [15 min + 5 min Q/A] • Demo: Initial Hardware Demonstration of 6G Waveforms and Joint Communication and Sensing – Simon Lindberg (QAMCOM) [15 min + 5 min Q/A]

Session 3 – Connecting intelligence (90 min):
• AI-driven communication & computation co-design Miltiadis Filippou (Intel) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • Design of service management and orchestration functionalities – Josep Martrat and Ignacio Labrador (Atos) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • TeraFlow: ML-based attack detector for Teraflow OS – Alberto Mozo (UPM) and Antonio Pastor (Telefonica) [15 min + 5 min Q/A] • 6G BRAINS: Bringing Reinforcement Learning to Communication and Networks – Victor Gabillon (Thales) [15 min + 5 min Q/A]

Session 4 – Network evolution and expansion (90 min):
• Initial 6G architectural components and enablers – Mårten Ericson (Ericsson) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • Special-purpose functionalities: intermediate solutions Bjoern Richerzhagen (Siemens) [20 min + 5 min Q/A] • 5G-Clarity: ML powered Intent based network management for private B5G networks, Daniel Camps-Mur (I2CAT Foundation) [15 min + 5 min Q/A] • Demo: Towards the empowerment of manufacturing with cooperative robots and resilience through 6G, Dr Ioannis Belikaidis (WINGS) [15 min + 5 min Q/A]

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