Greetings From Jeremy Muldavin, General Chair of Radio & Wireless Week 2017
I have the great honor and pleasure to invite you to the 2017 IEEE Radio & Wireless Week (RWW2017). This will be the 11th anniversary of RWW and the second time in Phoenix, Arizona since 2006.
RWW2017 will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Phoenix on 15 - 18 January, 2017. The venue is located in downtown Phoenix next to the convention center with numerous culinary and entertainment options. With many wireless semiconductor companies, a plethora of startups, as well as excellent universities such as Arizona State University nearby, Phoenix will be a great location for all the attendees. RWW2017 consists of five related conferences that focus on the intersection between wireless communication theory, systems, circuits, and device technologies, creating a unique forum for engineers to discuss various technologies for state-of-the-art wireless systems and their end-use applications. The conference bridges the gaps between digital, RF, hardware, and software, which all need to be seamlessly combined to keep the wireless industry and mobile applications growing.
RWW’s multidisciplinary events bring together innovations that are happening across the broad wireless spectrum. It is our hope that RWW is a place where you will not only find discussions of present problems, but you will also be inspired by the diverse technical contents that might spark ideas for future research.
In addition to traditional podium presentations and poster sessions, there will be a track for IEEE Distinguished Lectures, Sunday half day workshops, panels, industry exhibits, WirelessApps industry presentations, and a demo session. A highlight on Tuesday will be the plenary talk. Also on Tuesday afternoon, in its sixth year, there will be a demo session where presenters can bring in a demonstration of their latest wireless experiments for a hands-on interactive forum. Demo sessions are particularly in keeping with the spirit of RWW because we get to see and feel how people are tackling real-world problems to address the next wireless innovations.
To support and encourage students pursuing a career in a wireless area, each conference will have a student paper competition with awards that will be presented at the Tuesday banquet. On Monday afternoon, all student paper competition finalists will present their work in the poster session. I encourage you to check out what the next generation of wireless engineers are working on.
In conclusion, I invite you to join us for four days of great technical presentations, discussions, networking, and some fun in warm Phoenix, Arizona, 15-18 January 2017.
RWW2017 General Chair