Wireless communications toward the 300 GHz
The Kick-off Workshop
10:30 14th September 2017
Management School, Lecture Theatre 2, Lancaster University
10:30 Registration and coffee 10:55 Introduction Claudio Paoloni, ULTRAWAVE Project Coordinator 11:00 Welcome Prof. Peter Atkinson, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology 11:10 Claudio Paoloni, Lancaster University, UK “H2020 ULTRAWAVE for wireless networks toward 300 GHz” Invited speakers 11:25 François Magne, When-AB, France “5G evolution in millimetre wave spectrum” 11.40 Klaus Moessner, 5G Innovation Centre, University of Surrey. “Resource Management in 5G” 12.00 Renato Lombardi, Huawei Fellow and Head of Italy Research Centre, VP Microwave Product Line, Huawei (via Webex) “Wireless backhaul and fixed wireless access evolution trends and spectrum requirements” 12.20 13.30 Lunch The ULTRAWAVE partners: a technology overview. 13:30 Antonio Ramirez, Fibernova Systems, Spain, “Millimeter wave wireless demonstration platform” 13:40 Sebastian Boppel, Ferdinand Braun Institute, Germany, “300 GHz Chipset for wireless communications” 13:50 Ralph Zimmerman, HFSE, Germany “Millimeter wave micromachining and integration” 14:00 Viktor Krozer, Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany “Millimeter wave components for wireless front end” 14:10 Marc Marillier, OMMIC, France “D-band transceiver chipset fabrication” 14:20 Borja Vidal, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain, ` ”G-band hybrid radio-fibre optic architectures” 14:30 Ernesto Limiti, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy “MMIC modeling and characterization above 140 GHz” 14:40 - 15.30 Panel session - Moderated by Claudio Paoloni. “Perspectives of high capacity millimetre wave wireless for 5G network and access” Panellists: Invited speakers and key scientists from industry and academia will be invited to an open discussion with audience.
The event will be broadcasted by Webex, please for info write to the Project Manager Mary English: email@example.com
How to reach Lancaster University
There are direct rail links between Lancaster and many of the UK's major cities and airports. For train times, visit National Rail Enquiries. The 3A bus service operates between Lancaster Railway Station and Lancaster University every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday day times. There is a limited hourly service on Sunday evenings in term time. Taxis are available at the station, which is a five minute walk from the city centre. Taxi ranks are also available on campus. Local taxi services provide accessible vehicles and offer both male and female drivers.
From Manchester International Airport take the M56 motorway at Junction 5 and join the M6 motorway at Junction 20 (north), then follow the 'By Car' directions below. Alternatively, take the train - an hourly rail link runs directly between Manchester Airport and Lancaster. For train times, visit National Rail Enquiries.
Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 33 and take the A6 north towards Lancaster. For Lancaster University main campus - turn right at the third set of junction traffic lights on the A6 into the University main drive. Take the first exit left from the roundabout at the top of the main drive, then the first avenue on your right. This brings you to the Security Lodge where staff will direct you to your destination on campus. You can use either the RAC or AA route planners to view and print directions for your journey. If using an online route planner or satnav, please note that the University postcode is LA1 4YW.