Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Details about the poster session and social activity are provided at the bottom of the page.
8:30-9:30 Keynote 2: 5G Millimeter Wave – Technologies and Trials
Erik Dahlman, Ericsson.
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.
Group A (14:00-14:45)
- 5G visions and opportunities, Mats Högberg, Huawei
- A Mutual Coupling Model for Massive MIMO, Stefan Pratschner, TU Vienna
- Initial Access in mm-wave 5G Mobile Communications, Hao Guo, Chalmers University of Technology
- 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
- Channel Characterization and Modeling for Massive MIMO system, Olabode IDOWU-BISMARK, Covenant University
- Cognitive Radio for PHY-layer Security against Jamming Attacks, Andrea Toma, DITEN – University of Genoa
- Design of dual energy harvesting links for 5G IoT networks, Mohit Sharma, Indian Institute of Science
- Distributed Massive MIMO: Exploiting Diversity for TDD Reciprocity Calibration, Cheng-Ming Chen, KU Leuven
- Enhanced user fairness in cell-free Massive MIMO networks, Manijeh Bashar, University of York
- Exploiting common sparsity for frequency-domain estimation of mmWave frequency-selective channels, Javier Rodriguez-Fernandez, University of Vigo
- How Much Do Downlink Pilots Improve Cell-Free Massive MIMO?, Giovanni Interdonato, Linköping University
- Hybrid Analog and Digital Precoding in Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO Systems with Realistic Hardware and Channel Constraints, Mohamed Shehata, INSA de Rennes
- Hybrid precoding for K-user MIMO X networks, Venkatesh Ramireddy, Fraunhofer IIS
- In-band Transmission of System Information in Massive MIMO Systems, Marcus Karlsson, Linköping University
- Indoor localization system based on correlation of MVDR spatial spectra, Stijn Wielandt, KU Leuven
- Interference Alignment with Flexible Duplexing: Statistical Analysis under Imperfect CSI, Jacobo Fanjul, Universidad de Cantabria
- Current 5G research at GTEL-UFC, Yuri C. B. Silva, Federal University of Ceará
Group B (14:45-15:30)
- Joint Pilot Design and Uplink Power Allocation in Multi-Cell Massive MIMO Systems, Trinh Van Chien, Linköping University
- Massive MIMO Base Stations with Low-Resolution ADCs, Christopher Mollén Linköpings universitet
- Massive MIMO Systems Can Deliver Great Performance with Coarsely Quantized Signals, Sara Gunnarsson, Lund University
- On Reciprocity of Physically Consistent TDD Systems with Coupled Antennas, Tobias Laas, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
- Optimal Network Design for Maximal Energy-Efficiency of 5G Cellular Networks, Andrea Pizzo, University of Pisa
- Performance limits for mmWave Hybrid Transceivers with Subarrays, Marcin Iwanow, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
- Quantized Precoding for Massive MU-MIMO, Sven Jacobsson, Ericsson
- Robust Location-Aided Beam Alignment in Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO, Flavio Maschietti, Eurecom
- Sparse array design and signal processing, Robin Rajamäki Aalto University
- Spectral and Energy Efficiency of Superimposed Pilots in Massive MIMO, Daniel Verenzuela, Linköping University
- Sum Rate Optimization is Not Hard in Massive MIMO, Hei Victor Cheng, Linköping University
- Time Reversal and Zero-Forcing Preprocessing for Extended Receive Antenna Shift Keying (ERASK) and RASK transmission, Ali MOKH, INSA de Rennes
- Transmit Antenna Selection for Massive MIMO, RYAN HUSBANDS University of Kent
- Wireless Backhaul Design Employing mmWave LoS MIMO Links, Darko Cvetkovski, Humboldt University of Berlin
- Analysis of millimeter wave vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, Yuyang Wang, UT Austin
- 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.