Nokia Bell Labs Fellow
Mark is a Nokia Bell Labs Fellow and a Department Head in the Standardization Research Lab with Nokia Bell Labs in Chicago. His research focuses on cellular network evolution and his team is looking at ways to meet the continued growth in data consumption and expanding diversity of wireless applications. Recently, his team has focused on 5G MIMO system simulations and has made numerous contributions to the 3GPP 5G New Radio work item. In the past, Mark has been leading Nokia’s 5G mmWave proof-of-concept system and has developed a series of demonstrations proving the viability of mmWave for cellular mobility
Prior to joining Nokia in 2011, Mark was with Motorola for 20 years where he worked on a variety of wireless data systems including APCO 25 and cellular standards from 2G to 4G. Mark has over 40 issued patents, was a Motorola Dan Noble Fellow and holds a M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.