IEEE Radio & Wireless Week

16 - 19 January 2022
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Workshops:

Recognised experts and scientists from both academia and industry have been invited to join RWW and bring fresh ideas and new concepts to the workshop audience. As a result, the following 4 workshops, covering a wide spectrum of up-to-date RF/microwave topics, have been prepared:

 

Distinguished Lecturers' Talks:

  • "Rf Design For Ultra-Low-Power Wireless Communication Systems: Efficiently Miniaturizing And Passively Sensing", Jasmin Grosinger, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg., Germany
  • "Portable Radar Systems for Life Activity Sensing, Anomaly Detection, and Human Tracking",Changzhi Li, Texas Tech University, USA
  • "Distributed Phased Arrays: Challenges And Recent Progress", Jeffrey Nanzer, Michigan State University, USA
  • "Fundamentals of RF and mm-Wave Power Amplifier Designs", Hua Wang, ETH Zürich, Swiss

 

Joint RWW/ARFTG Plenary Talks:

  • "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for the era of Hyperconnected IoT Devices", Dr. Frank Schirrmeister, Cadence
  • "6G: Is it really DC to Daylight?", Roger Nichols, Keysight Technologies, Inc.

 

Joint PAWR/SiRF Panel Session

Trends in mm-wave solid state technologies for space

 

Special Session:

mMIMO beamforming for 5G and beyond in Industry

 

Technical Lectures

These lectures will be complimentary to RWW registration:

  • Mobile Broadband Connectivity in 6G: What Needs to be Improved?, Prof. Emil Björnson, Linköping University, Sweden
  • Radio Transmitters and DPD-based Linearization: Fundamentals and Latest Advances, Prof. Mikko Valkama and Dr. Lauri Anttila, Tampere University, Finland
  • Wearable Systems and Antennas for Wireless Communication 5G, IOT and Medical Systems, Dr. Albert Sabban, Ort Braude College, Israel
  • Microwave Sensing in the Modern Society, Kamel Haddadi, University of Lille, France
  • DPD and Sparse Estimation, Prof. Juan A. Becerra and Prof. María J. Madero, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

 

Women In Microwaves:

  • "How Does a Metasurface Become a Good Antenna?", Prof. Wenquan Che, South China University of Technology, China
  • "Integrated Circuits and Their Hetero-Integration for Future Radar and Communication Systems", Prof. Amelie Hagelauer, Technical University of Munich/Fraunhofer Research Institute for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies, Germany
  • "Integration and Packaging Strategies for Millimeter-Wave CMOS", Prof. Rashaunda M. Henderson, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

 

Young Professionals:

  • "A Signal Processing Perspective on Modern Machine Learning and Neural networks", Prof. Mert Pilanci, Stanford University
  • "Intelligent RF System Design using Artificial Intelligence ", Rick Gentile, Mathworks
  • "Machine Learning for Automotive RADAR Detection", Shawn Carpenter, Ansys
  • "Machine Learning for Wireless Communications", Dr. Taesang Yoo, Qualcomm

 

Internet of Things (IoT) Summit:

During the last decade the Internet of Things (IoT) has seen tremendous investments and accelerating adoption. The Multi-Society IEEE IoT Initiative has worked with each of the 20 sponsoring Societies and Councils to develop deep dive events that bring together industry, the public sector, and the research community, focused on a specific subject. This year the IEEE IoT Summit in conjunction with RWW2022 will be exploring "Sustainable Sensor Systems for the Internet of Things (SSSIT)"