Kickoff Poster Titles and Authors


Poster Session 1: 11:30am-12:30pm

  1. One-Bit Quantization for mm-Wave Massive MIMO Systems, A. Lee Swindlehurst (UC-Irvine), Amine Mezghani, Yongzhi Li, Amodh Saxena
  2. Design and Fabrication of Millimeter-wave Integrated Circuits Using Hexagonal Nanoferrite Materials, Valencia Joyner Koomson, Mohammed Afsar, Tufts University
  3. Mobility Resilience and Overhead Constrained Adaptation in Mobile 60 GHz Networks, Muhammad Kumail Haider, Edward W. Knightly, Rice University
  4. Sigma-Delta Arrays for Rejecting Amplifier Noise, Distortion and Quantization Noise, Arjuna Madanayake and Soumyajit Mandal, University of Akron
  5. Extreme Miniaturization of Passive Electronic Devices for Millimeter Wave Applications, Wen Huang, Moyang Li, Jingchao Zhou, Paul Froeter, Julian Michaels, and Xiuling Li, UIUC
  6. QC-LDPC codes for mmWave, Borja Peleato, Purdue University
  7. Channel estimation and hybrid precoding in frequency selective mmWave channels, Nuria Gonzalez-Prelcic, University of Vigo, Spain
  8. mmMAGIC: Pioneering Enabling Technologies for 5G mm-wave Adoption, Mythri Hunukumbure and Maziar Nekovee, and Miurel Tercero
  9. Infrastructure-assisted Reliability in 60 GHz WLANs, Parth H. Pathak, George Mason University
  10. Luneburg lens based wireless system and channel modeling at millimeter wave frequency, Min Liang, Hao Xin and Tamal Bose, U. Arizona
  11. The Millimeter-Wave Revolution, Amitava Ghosh, Nokia-Bell Labs
  12. Millimeter-Wave UAV Communications and Channel Modeling, Monisha Ghosh (U. Chicago) and Ismail Guvenc (NC State)
  13. Multipath Transmission Scheduling in Millimeter Wave Cellular Networks,  Xianfu Chen (VTT), Pei Liu (NYU), Shenghe Xu (NYU), and Hang Liu (CUA)

Poster Session 2: 1:30pm-2:30pm

  1. Hybrid CMOS Photonic Integrated Circuits for Millimeter Wave Communication, Vishal Saxena, U. Idaho
  2. 60-GHz Communications: Fundamental Limits and Practical Challenges, Zouheir Rezki, Vishal Saxena and Mohsen Guizani, U. Idaho
  3. The Bufferbloat Problem over Intermittent Multi-Gbps mmWave Links, Menglei Zhang* , Marco Mezzavilla* , Jing Zhu^, Sundeep Rangan* , Shivendra Panwar*,  * = NYU, ^ = Intel.
  4. Millimeter-wave MIMO for Backhaul Networks, James Buckwalter, UCSB
  5. MIMO mmWave Communications via Reconfigurable Antennas, Hani Mehrpouyan (Boise State U.), Vida Vakilian, Hamid Jafarkhani, and Nader Behdad
  6. Cross-Layer control of Dense, Mobile, Millimeter wave Networks, Nicolo Michelusi, Purdue.
  7. Reconfigurable, Efficient, and Scalable Millimeter-Wave Systems, Brian Floyd (NC State), Charley Wilson, Anirban Sarkar, Kevin Greene, and Yi-Shin Yeh
  8. Networks Exploiting Millimeter-wave Opportunities, Allen B. MacKenzie, Virginia Tech
  9. Millimeter Wave Communications: from Point-to-Point Links to Agile Network Connections, Haitham Hassanieh, UIUC
  10. OpenMili: a 60 GHz Software-Radio with a Programmable Phased-Array Antenna, Jialiang Zhang, Xinyu Zhang, Pushkar Kulkarni, and Parameswaran Ramanathan, UW-Madison
  11. Creating Diversity in 5G via Beam Pattern Jittering, Seyed Zekavat, Michigan Tech.
  12. Open platform for mmWave research and prototyping,  Ian Wong and Amal Ekbal, National Instruments

Poster Session 3: 2:30pm-3:30pm

  1. Millimeter Wave communication using out of band information, Robert W. Heath Jr., UT-Austin
  2. A Modular Array Architecture for Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO, Greg LaCaille, Antonio Puglielli, Lorenzo Iotti, Emily Naviasky, Elad Alon, Borivoje Nikolic, and Ali M. Niknejad, UC-Berkeley
  3. Modeling and design techniques for Energy-Efficient and Scalable MIMO Transceivers for Gigabit Mobile Access, Deukhyoun Heo and  Subhanshu Gupta, Washington State U.
  4. Emerging Scenarios for MmWave Channel Models, David G Michelson, U. British Columbia
  5. Optimizing Millimeter Wave Systems for User EM Exposure Constraints, M. Rodrigo Castellanos, David Love (Purdue), and Bertrand Hochwald
  6. Interference Modeling for 5G Networks with Millimeter Wave Beamforming, Hussain Elkotby and Mai Vu, Tufts U.
  7. Generalization of Reconfigurable mm?Wave Transmitter Architectures and Antenna Interfaces through Multi?port Network Synthesis Approach, Kaushik Sengupta, Princeton
  8. Millimeter-Wave Communications over Heterogeneous Cellular Networks, Cenk Gursoy and Esma Turgut, Syracuse University.
  9. Millimeter-Wave Channel Sounding, Taejoon Kim, City U. Hong Kong.
  10. Multi-beam CAP-MIMO Transceiver Architecture and Prototype for Multiuser Communication at 28 GHz, John Brady, John Hogan, Chris Hall, Kevin Zhu, and Akbar Sayeed, UW-Madison
  11. Reusing 60GHz Networking Radios for Imaging, Yanzi Zhu and Heather Zheng, UC Santa Barbara
  12. Directional Array in Initial Cell-searching for Millimeter-Wave Cellular Networks,   Toan K. Vo Dai, Hang Liu, and Ozlem Kilic (CUA)