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WEDNESDAY 25 JULY

 

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Workshops will run from 9am to 12pm

08:30
Registration and welcome coffee
09:00
Workshop A - Enabling technologies for IoT/5G communications and networking
  • IoT communications and networking, including: large-scale, energy-efficient, and secure IoT networking, spectrum sensing and sharing, mission-critical communications with ultra-low latency and high reliability, flexible network management
  • Network timing/synchronisation, and operation
  • Spectrum sharing across the IoT/5G platforms
  • Network and wireless (IoT) security
  • Software-defined networking (SDN)
  • MIMO, mmWave, and full-duplex communications
  • Software defined networks: core and edge networking elements, including base stations
  • Architecture, protocol and algorithm development for wired and wireless SDN (WSDN)
  • Performance investigation, analysis and modelling for SDN and WSDN
  • Network security and developing cyber defences to secure the Internet, cloud, as well as the Internet of Things (IoT)

Workshop leader:

Distinguished Professor Jay Guo
5G Lead & Director of the Global Big Data Technologies Centre
University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Jay is the founding Director of Global Big Data Technologies Centre and Distinguished Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is an internationally-established scientist with over 350 publications and expertise in antennas and wireless communications systems, an innovator with strong and sustained industrial impact and a globally recognised R&D leader with proven track record.

He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Engineering (ATSE), a Fellow of IEEE, and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). He is the recipient of Australia Government Engineering Innovation Award (2012), Australia Engineering Excellence Award (2007) and CSIRO Chairman's Medal (2007 & 2012). He was named one of the top 100 most influential engineers in Australia in 2014 and 2015. He joined the College of Experts of the Australian Research Council in 2015.

12:00
Session concludes