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Future trends in wireless communication systems

Speaker: Hamed Farhadi, PhD

Harvard University, MA, USA

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Abstract
Mobile communication has evolved significantly from early voice systems to today’s highly sophisticated integrated voice and data communication platforms that provide numerous services, and support countless applications used by billions of people around the world. The rapid growth of mobile communication and equally massive advances in technology are moving technology evolution and the world toward a fully connected networked society – where access to information and data sharing are possible anywhere, anytime, by anyone or anything. In this talk, first we will briefly review the progress of mobile communication systems. Next, we will present emerging wireless communication scenarios and corresponding research challenges. Finally, we will discuss some candidate enabling technologies for future wireless systems.

Biography
Hamed Farhadi is a Research Fellow at Harvard University, USA, and a Postdoctoral researcher at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He received his PhD degree in Telecommunication from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, in 2014, MSc degree in Communication Systems from University of Tehran, and BSc degree in Electronics from Iran University of Science and Technology.
His research interests mainly lie in information theory and signal processing for a broad range of applications including wireless communication networks, intelligent transportation systems, and wireless biomedical systems.
He is the recipient of several academic awards including ICASSP 2014 best student paper award in signal processing for communications and networking for his contribution in the area of coordinated communication networks.

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