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5G Tutorial Sponsorships

April 26, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: IEEE

IEEE 5G Learning Series – NJ Edition 
Date: April 26, 2017 
Venue: The E Hotel Banquet & Conference Center
3050 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837 

Early Sponsorship available through April 6. 

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The IEEE 5G Learning Series is designed to demystify 5G technologies and train technology and industry teams with the knowledge of 5G Tech. This tutorial will provide an understanding of the following topics:

  • Introduction to 5G
  • 5G RAN
  • 5G IOT
  • 5G Hardware
  • 5G Application
  • 5G Core
  • 5G Standards
  • 5G Security
  • 5G OSS
  • 5G Business

Tutorial Speakers 

  • Dr. Sudhir Dixit, CEO and Co-Founder of Skydoot 
  • Dr. K Raghunandan, MTA 
  • Yongxing Zhou, Vice President, Huawei
  • Dr. Lingjia Liu, Associate Professor EECS, University of Kansas
  • Prof. Jennifer Chen, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Dr. Jiachen Chen, Rutgers WINLAB

5G is not just the next evolution of 4G technology; it is a paradigm shift. 5G is not only evolutionary (providing higher bandwidth and lower latency than current-generation technology); more importantly, 5G is revolutionary, in that it is expected to enable fundamentally new applications with much more stringent requirements in latency (e.g. real time) and bandwidth (e.g. streaming). 5G should help solve the last-mile/ last-kilometer problem and provide broadband access to the next billion users on earth at much lower cost because of its use of new spectrum and its improvements in spectral efficiency. 5G is an enabler of exciting use cases that will transform the way people live, work, and engage with their environment. In the short term, 5G can support exciting use cases such as the IoT, smart transportation, eHealth, smart cities and smart homes, industrial automation, and entertainment services.

The E Hotel Banquet & Conference Center
3050 Woodbridge Avenue
Edison, New Jersey


April 26, 2017
8:00 am - 6:00 pm


City: Edison

IEEE Region 1 Website