Vorträge von Mittwoch, dem 3. November 2021

Ralf Tönjes (HS Osnabrück): Begrüßung


Key Note

Dirk Wübben (Uni Bremen): Artificial Intelligence for Mobile Communications


Sitzung 1: 5G NR and beyond

Tittelbach-Helmrich (IHP): A Study of LOS MIMO for Short-Range Sub-THz Wireless Links

Philipp Bruhn (Ericsson): Machine Learning Based C-DRX Configuration Optimization for 5G

Lucca Richter und Jonas von Beöczy (TU Braunschweig): Enabling Broadcast-like Services in Cellular Networks: System Design and Field Trials


Key Note

Andreas Mäder (Nokia): A preview of 5G-Advanced (and a look beyond)


Sitzung 2: Sicherheit und Zuverlässigkeit für 6G

Shaden Baradie und Marjan Noushinfar (DFKI): Towards the Sixth Generation (6G) Wireless Systems: Thoughts on Physical Layer Security

Julius Stegmann (DFKI): Towards Organic 6G Networks: Virtualization and Live Migration of Core Network Functions


Sitzung 3: KI-unterstützte Mobilität

Sunil Srikantamurthy (TU Chemnitz): A ML based empirical Model for next Cell Prediction

Donglin Wang (TU Kaiserslautern): Mobility Prediction based on Machine Learning Algorithms

Afsaneh Gharouni (Nokia): Signal Overhead Reduction for AI-Assisted Conditional Handover Preparation


Sitzung 4: WiFi Evolution

Constantin Eiling (TH Köln): Estimating the Impact of Wi-Fi Hotspot Access Links on End-to-end Throughput using Machine Learning Mechanisms

Daniel Lindenschmitt (TU Kaiserslautern): Optimizing Interference Situations in IEEE 802.11-Systems using Context Information

Klaus Tittelbach-Helmrich (IHP): A Time-of-Flight based Localization Option for 5 GHz Wireless LAN



Vorträge von Donnerstag, dem 4. November 2021

Key Note

Ralf Irmer (Vodafone): 5G und 6G für vertikale Industrieanwendungen


Sitzung 5: Edge Computing

Seyed Omidsajedi (DFKI): Latency Optimized Deep Neural Network (DNNs): An Artificial Intelligence Approach at the Edge using Multiprocessor System on Chip (MPSoC)


Invited Talk

Maciej Muehleisen (Ericsson): 5G Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) Across Borders


Sitzung 6: Mobilfunkversorgung und Low Power Wide Area Networks

Christian Lüders (FH Südwestfalen): Zur Mobilfunkversorgung in Deutschland – Ein Vergleich verschiedener Kriterien

Anas Bin Muslim (HS Osnabrück): Quality of Information aware LoRaWAN for Mobile Nodes

Marco Cimdins (TH Lübeck): Flexible Data Acquisition with LoRaWAN and MQTT for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises



Henning Sanneck (Nokia): The Role of Cognitive Autonomy in “5G and Beyond” Communications Networks


Sitzung 7: Evolution der Netze

Dennis Krummacker (DFKI): InDeCo – Detach Communication from the Interconnection via an automatic zero-configuration, service oriented Network Handling

Alexander Seng (Frankfurt University of Applied Science): Path Determination for Network slicing in Wireless Mesh Disaster Networks


Sitzung 8: Kommunikation für autonomes Fahren   

Maciej Muehleisen (Ericsson): Adaptive Modulation and Coding for Reliable Vehicular Real-Time Communication

Immanuel König (Uni Kassel): Traffic Safety in Future Cities using a Safety Approach based on AI and Wireless Communication

Maximilian Berndt (TU Kaiserslautern): Centralized Robotic Fleet Coordination and Control