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Enabling ultra-reliability, low latency and massive connectivity

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11 personnes membres du GdR ISIS, et 3 personnes non membres du GdR, sont inscrits à cette réunion.
Capacité de la salle : 200 personnes.

Prise en charge d'un déplacement dans le cadre d'une réunion d'animation

Qui ?

Le GdR ISIS prend en charge les déplacements des organisateurs des réunions et des orateurs. Le GdR prend aussi en charge les déplacements des participants aux réunions membres d'un laboratoire adhérent du GdR dans la limite d'un doctorant et d'un permanent par laboratoire académique et par réunion, ou d'une personne par adhérent du club des partenaires et par réunion.

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Les demandes de mission et les réservations doivent impérativement être effectuées au moins deux semaines avant la date de la mission.

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Keynote speakers

Morning session: Prof. Petar Popovski (Dep. Electronic Systems, Aalborg University, Denmark), A Prospect in Wireless Research: Embracing Heterogeneous Connectivity

Afternoon session: Dr. Leila Musavian (CSEE, University of Essex, UK), Challenges for Low Latency Communications for Beyond 5G: How to Analyse the Performance

Organizing committee

Registration open until June 1st 2020

Workshop Topics

Future communication networks are expected to support novel verticals where real-time response, ultra-reliability and massive number of active devices can be enabled in the context of ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) and massive machine type communications (mMTC). For URLLC services, 5G and beyond (B5G) networks are targeting very stringent latency guarantees, e.g., < 1ms that can benefit a number of novel use cases like remote surgery, self-driving vehicles and tactile Internet. Real-time interaction, however, is deemed to be the tallest hurdle in B5G fulfilment. A major route to address low latency requirements is the empowerment of edge and fog computing and network slicing, while at the MAC sublayer, new, flexible numerology schemes for the joint scheduling of services with different delay requirements are being considered. On the other hand, mMTC, as an evolution of existing licensed cellular IoT technologies, is expected to support a massive number of devices (millions of low-power nodes per square kilometre). One of the major issues arising is how to use the limited radio resources while maintaining low-latency access. To resolve collision issues in future mMTC scenarios, novel technologies including non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA), are being considered to enhance the conventional ALOHA-based RA. An application of particular interest also arises in the context of ?grant-free? NOMA access.

In this context, this GDR ISIS one-day workshop will cover, among others, the following technical topics:

Open call for abstracts and student posters:

If you wish to participate to the workshop as a speaker or submit a student poster, please send us the title, the abstract of your talk and your short bio by May 18 2020 at arsenia.chorti@ensea.fr indicating "GDR ISIS Workshop on Enabling ultra-reliability, low latency and massive connectivity" on your email subject.


Résumés des contributions

Date : 2020-06-18

Lieu : CNAM, Amphi Jean-Baptiste Say, 292 rue St Martin, Paris

Thèmes scientifiques :
D - Télécommunications : compression, protection, transmission

(c) GdR 720 ISIS - CNRS - 2011-2020.