Watch Johannesberg Summit talks by leaders in Wireless and Mobile ICT

Follow the leading research and industry leaders in Wireless and Mobile ICT via live stream on May 12 and 13!

The summit, organised by Wireless@KTH, Ericsson, KTH and EIT ICT Labs, is an annual forum to discuss trends and long-term future. Interesting talks from industry leaders and leading academics are mixed with panel discussions with a broad perspective on technologies, services, business and policy models that may have an impact in the long-range evolution of the industry.

Confirmed speakers: Sara Mazur, Ericsson, Luke Ibbetson, Vodafone, Stephen Rayment, Ericsson

Durga Prasad Malladi, Qualcomm, Linda Doyle, CTVR, Pierre de Vries, Silicon Flatirons Center,

Jan Rabaey, UC Berkeley, Wolfgang Lehner, TU Dresden, Frank Fitzek, Aalborg University, Peter Karlsson, SONY Mobile, Takehiro Nakamura, DOCOMO, Peiying Zhu, Huawei,

All talks will be broadcasted live and available for watching at www.johannesbergsummit.com

The EIT ICT Labs Stockholm CLC is also broadcasting the talks in the open area and welcome all who want to watch the talks and discuss the content in the breaks over a cup of coffee / tea.

Monday May 12

09.00

Welcome address

09.10

Keynote session:

Sara Mazur, Ericsson - 5G - The next generation wireless connectivity for the Networked Society

Luke Ibbetson, Vodafone - What is 5G, and why do we need it?

Takehiro Nakamura, NTT Docomo - NTT DOCOMO’s views on 5G

10.30

Coffee break

11.30 – 11.50

Session 1: User behavior & experience:

Peter Karlsson, Sony Mobile - Improved user experience with devices utilizing the wireless (r)evolution

Frank Fitzek, Aalborg University - Network Coding for Future Communication and Storage Systems

12.00

Lunch

13.00

Panel session: Future scenarios & requirements for 5G

Chair: Mauri Honkanen

14.30

Coffee

15.00

Session 2: Spectrum:

Linda Doyle, CTVR - Networks without Borders, Spectrum without Bounds

Pierre de Vries, Flatirons Center - Breaking the spell of Command and Control - Three spectrum reforms to maximize wireless value creation

Peter Merz, NSN - Optimizing spectrum usage for 2020 and beyond

16.15

Break

16.30

Panel session: Spectrum

Chair: Jens Zander, KTH

 

Tuesday May 13

8.30

Session 3: Big data, Sensors/Automotive

Jan Rabaey, UC Berkeley - The road towards xG – A Swarm Perspective

Wolfgang Lehner, SAP - When data in motion meets data in rest - the big data deluge

9.30

Coffee

10.00

Panel: The future of M2M

Chair: Mischa Dohler, KCL

11.30

Lunch

12.30

Session 4: 5G Architecture:

Stephen Rayment, Ericsson - The Role of Wi-Fi in 5G Networks

John E. Smee, Qualcomm - 5G and Wireless Broadband Evolution

Peiying Zhu, Huawei - 5G: A Technology Vision

13.45

Break

14.00

Panel Session 5G Architecture

Chair: Magnus Frodigh, Ericsson

15.30

Closing and coffee

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