6G Research Visions Webinar Series:

6G Networking

Wednesday 9 December 2020 at 5:00–6:30 PM (Helsinki, UTC/GMT +02:00, CET +01:00)

About the Event

The webinar in the 6G Research Visions Webinar Series “6G Research Visions Webinar Series: 6G Networking” will present the findings by the expert group members who prepared the 6G White Paper on Networking.

The webinar is moderated by Prof. Tarik Taleb, Aalto University/Oulu University, Finland, who led the Expert Group.

Talks by Expert Group representatives:

Dr. Richard Li, FutureWei, USA
Prof. Hiroshi Esaki, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Simone Redana, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
Dr. Stuart Clayman, University College London, UK

After the talks, a minimum of 30 minutes is reserved for open discussion with the distinguished presenters. A recorded video of the webinar will be openly available after the event.

Registration

The webinar series and individual webinars are free of charge and open to all experts and students interested in 6G research and development.

Please register for the first webinar at the latest on 8 December 2020. Registered participants will receive access information for Zoom via email.

Organizers

The webinar series is organized by the Finnish 6G Flagship program and representatives of the 6G White Paper Expert Groups. For more information please contact us via 6gflagship@oulu.fi.

Highlights of the 6G White Paper on Validation and Trials for Verticals towards 2030’s

This white paper is one of the twelve new themed 6G White Papers led by the 6G Flagship program. It involved the participation of more than 50 experts and enthusiasts of future 6G technologies. In this white paper, we intend to shed light on advanced features relevant to networking that would shape the evolution beyond 5G, ultimately leading to the 6G mobile system.

Hereby, we study the advancements and implications introduced by the evolution of softwarization and service based architecture. We also overview the key technologies that constitute the pillars for the evolution towards 6G networking, considering the evolution toward a cloud native mobile communication system and the adoption of a new IP architecture that supports high precision services. In this white paper, we explore the different analytics that can be gained from the different segments involved in the delivery of a particular communication service. We also discuss the utility of high-precision end-to-end telemetry and cross-segment analytics.