Day 2

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 

Details about the poster session and social activity are provided at the bottom of the page.


Technical program

8:30-9:30 Keynote 2: 5G Millimeter Wave – Technologies and Trials
Erik Dahlman, Ericsson.

9:30-10:30 Session 5: FDD Massive MIMO I

Challenges of FDD massive MIMO. Training overhead and channel estimation in FDD massive MIMO. Lecturer: Junil Choi.

11:00-13:00 Session 6: FDD Massive MIMO II
Channel estimation in FDD massive MIMO. Channel feedback in FDD massive MIMO. Lecturer: Junil Choi.

14:00-15:30 Poster session
Attendees present their own work on a topic related to the summer school. This session takes place in the edit EDIT building, Hörsalsvägen 11 (see picture below). The poster boards are 90 x 110 cm, in portrait format.

Entrance to the EDIT building (used for poster session).


Group A (14:00-14:45)

  1. 5G visions and opportunities, Mats Högberg, Huawei
  2. A Mutual Coupling Model for Massive MIMO, Stefan Pratschner, TU Vienna
  3. Initial Access in mm-wave 5G Mobile Communications, Hao Guo, Chalmers University of Technology
  4. An achievable DoF region of non-coherent two-user broadcast channels with channel covariance information, Khac-Hoang Ngo, Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab, France Research Center, Huawei Technologies France
  5. Channel Characterization and Modeling for Massive MIMO system, Olabode IDOWU-BISMARK, Covenant University
  6. Cognitive Radio for PHY-layer Security against Jamming Attacks, Andrea Toma, DITEN – University of Genoa
  7. Design of dual energy harvesting links for 5G IoT networks, Mohit Sharma, Indian Institute of Science
  8. Distributed Massive MIMO: Exploiting Diversity for TDD Reciprocity Calibration, Cheng-Ming Chen, KU Leuven
  9. Enhanced user fairness in cell-free Massive MIMO networks, Manijeh Bashar, University of York
  10. Exploiting common sparsity for frequency-domain estimation of mmWave frequency-selective channels, Javier Rodriguez-Fernandez, University of Vigo
  11. How Much Do Downlink Pilots Improve Cell-Free Massive MIMO?, Giovanni Interdonato, Linköping University
  12. Hybrid Analog and Digital Precoding in Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO Systems with Realistic Hardware and Channel Constraints, Mohamed Shehata, INSA de Rennes
  13. Hybrid precoding for K-user MIMO X networks, Venkatesh Ramireddy, Fraunhofer IIS
  14. In-band Transmission of System Information in Massive MIMO Systems, Marcus Karlsson, Linköping University
  15. Indoor localization system based on correlation of MVDR spatial spectra, Stijn Wielandt, KU Leuven
  16. Interference Alignment with Flexible Duplexing: Statistical Analysis under Imperfect CSI, Jacobo Fanjul, Universidad de Cantabria
  17. Current 5G research at GTEL-UFC, Yuri C. B. Silva, Federal University of Ceará

 

Group B (14:45-15:30)

  1. Joint Pilot Design and Uplink Power Allocation in Multi-Cell Massive MIMO Systems, Trinh Van Chien, Linköping University
  2. Massive MIMO Base Stations with Low-Resolution ADCs, Christopher Mollén Linköpings universitet
  3. Massive MIMO Systems Can Deliver Great Performance with Coarsely Quantized Signals, Sara Gunnarsson, Lund University
  4. On Reciprocity of Physically Consistent TDD Systems with Coupled Antennas, Tobias Laas, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
  5. Optimal Network Design for Maximal Energy-Efficiency of 5G Cellular Networks, Andrea Pizzo, University of Pisa
  6. Performance limits for mmWave Hybrid Transceivers with Subarrays, Marcin Iwanow, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
  7. Quantized Precoding for Massive MU-MIMO, Sven Jacobsson, Ericsson
  8. Robust Location-Aided Beam Alignment in Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO, Flavio Maschietti, Eurecom
  9. Sparse array design and signal processing, Robin Rajamäki Aalto University
  10. Spectral and Energy Efficiency of Superimposed Pilots in Massive MIMO, Daniel Verenzuela, Linköping University
  11. Sum Rate Optimization is Not Hard in Massive MIMO, Hei Victor Cheng, Linköping University
  12. Time Reversal and Zero-Forcing Preprocessing for Extended Receive Antenna Shift Keying (ERASK) and RASK transmission, Ali MOKH, INSA de Rennes
  13. Transmit Antenna Selection for Massive MIMO, RYAN HUSBANDS University of Kent
  14. Wireless Backhaul Design Employing mmWave LoS MIMO Links, Darko Cvetkovski, Humboldt University of Berlin
  15. Analysis of millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, Yuyang Wang, UT Austin
  16. Joint power loading and mode selection for network-assisted device-to-device communication, Amin Ghazanfari, Linköping University

15:30-22:00 Group social activity: Visit to Elfsborg Fortress (Älvsborgs fästning)

Busses for social event leave from the copper bunker (leave Hörsalsvägen 11 and look to the right) at 15:40. Don’t be late! You can leave your poster at the university and pick it up the next day.

The bus drops us off at the harbor (“Maritiman”) and a boat will take us to Älvsborgs fästning. There we will have a welcome drink, play games, have dinner, and take a boat back to the city.

After social event the ship will drop everyone off at the city center (“Maritiman”) around 22:00. Short walk to public transport.

Arrival from social event and directions to Brunnsparken bus/tram stop.