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The fourth mmW RCN workshop will be held July 12-13, 2018 at NYU Brooklyn, home of NYU Wireless. RCN Steering Committee member and Director of NYU Wireless, Sundeep Rangan is the local host. Directions to the venue.
News: Excited to have John Cioffi of Stanford and Assia, Inc as a keynote speaker on Day 1 to talk about Terabit DSL based on new sub-mm waveguide modes. And Ted Rappaport, the Founding Director of NYU wireless, will give a keynote on Day 2 on the future of mmW technology.
Registration Link (closed): Required for all non-academic attendees ($150), and academic attendees ($100) without accepted white papers, to cover the catering costs. We have limited space so please register as soon as possible. Registration will close on July 3 or when the space is exhausted whichever comes first.
Logistics: Directions to the venue and hotelsNYU Tandon School of Engineering 6 MetroTech Center Brooklyn, NY 11201 ______________________________________________________________________
Fourth RCN Workshop: The NSF-sponsored research coordination network (RCN) aims to spur research and development of mmW wireless, driven by innovations in three key areas: 1) CSP: communication and signal processing techniques; 2) HW: mmW hardware, circuits, antennas, and digital hardware; and 3) NET: wireless networking; along with mmW prototypes and testbeds. A key mechanism for interaction between RCN members and participants from the wider mmW research community is through two workshops each year. The kickoff workshop, held in Dec 2016, generated several exciting ideas for cross-disciplinary collaborations. The second workshop, held in July 2017, further developed the research and technology roadmap at the intersection of HW-CSP and CSP-NET areas, and prototypes and testbeds. The third workshop continued the development of research ideas at the two interfaces, and also included a very fruitful discussion of synergistic opportunities at the Interface of 802.11ad/ay and 5G New Radio (NR) standards. Building on the momentum, the 4th workshop will provide an avenue to further develop the following research themes:
Participation & White Papers: Prospective participants are invited to submit a one-page white paper outlining their research plans and/or demonstration concepts relevant to mmW wireless, including a brief description of their background in the area. Accepted white papers will be presented as posters/demos at the workshop. The authors are encouraged to consult the agenda, posters and reports from the previews workshops at https://mmwrcn.ece.wisc.edu/?page_id=4. The white papers, with a title and list of authors, must be submitted in pdf format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Postdoctoral and early-career researchers as well as researchers from under-represented groups are strongly encouraged. Limited funding is available to support the travel cost for academic researchers, including a few international participants, for selected white papers. Please indicate in your white paper if you will be unable to attend without travel support. Attendees without white papers, especially from industry, are encouraged to attend, subject to space availability.