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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora
University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, Hahn-Schickard


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Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications

14.-15. November 2018, Munich, Germany


Keynote confirmed

5G - What can we expect, and for what we will need 6G in 10 years?
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fettweis l Vodafone/TU Dresden

Gerhard Fettweis has been Professor of Communications Engineering at the TU Dresden since 1994. Since 2012 he coordinates the Cluster of Excellence Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) and the DFG Collaborative Research Center "Highly Adaptive Energy Efficient Computing (HAEC)" for the TU Dresden. In 2014, he also initiated the "5G Lab Germany" at Dresden University of Technology, where TUD scientists in electrical engineering and computer science are working on the further development of mobile radio. 14 start-ups were founded at his professorship. The scientist, who was born in Antwerp, Belgium, in 1962, studied electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen University, where he received his doctorate in 1990.



Program coming soon!

15 years of wireless experience. In 2004 the Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications started in parallel to electronica. Today the Wireless Congress: Systems & Applications is one of the major meeting places for the wireless community, providing the well-established platform for wireless professionals – researcher, developer and application engineers – and the forum of excellence for exchange of knowledge and experience.

Celebrating the 15th anniversary, we will look ahead to new wireless technologies, like 5G and intelligent tactile systems and the application practice of advanced wireless systems, like Low Power Wide Area Networks, Bluetooth mesh, etc. Today, wireless professionals can choose the best fitting wireless technology for their application from a cornucopia of competing or complementary wireless technologies. But they have to balance cost, complexity, performance, reliability and quality of service in real world environments.