Nokia Networks and the NYU WIRELESS research center at NYU Tandon School of Engineering are jointly organizing the third Brooklyn 5G Summit in Brooklyn, NY to be held on April 20 - 22, 2016.
The third summit will build on the achievements of the past two years and we will discuss the next steps for making 5G a commercial reality. This year’s summit will focus on overall 5G system design across the entire spectrum range, progress in 5G channel modeling and 5G regulatory aspects. In addition, we will look into concrete use cases for 5G in the evolving Internet of Things (IoT) space.
The 2016 Brooklyn 5G Summit brings together wireless/mobile industry R&D leaders in business, government, and academia to explore the future of 5G wireless. This third annual forum will present and discuss trends aimed at discovering “what´s hot and what´s not”, and will find the best ways to take the first steps towards understanding and framing the world’s 5G wireless technology future. Discussions will be centered around many cutting edge themes, including overall 5G System Design across sub 6GHz to 100 GHz bands, progress in propagation and channel modeling to appropriately model 5G systems, and novel concepts and accomplishments in providing new massive machine and mission critical communications. The Brooklyn 5G Summit connects world leaders, and will feature keynotes, oral presentations, poster sessions and exhibits on 5G technology, including this year’s focus on various IoT use cases and lively panel discussions on the future of 5G.
Dr. Hossein Moiin
Chief Technology Officer, EVP, Nokia Networks
Dr. Ted Rappaport
Founding Director, NYU WIRELESS
The Brooklyn 5G Summit presentations are available to view at IEEE. This link includes presentations from 2014, 2015 and 2016.