Key Note

Emrah Tomur (Nokia): Nokia View on 6G – Security and Privacy Considerations


Sitzung 1: 5G Interoperability

Thorsten Hostmann (HS Bonn Rhein-Sieg): Implementation of OpenAPI Wireshark Dissectors to Validate SBI Messages of 5G Core Networks

Ingo Willimowski (Vodafone): Architecture of a hybrid 5G Mobile Private Network Research Infrastructure for the Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FMRCS)


Sitzung 2: Network and Media Security

Sachinkumar Mallikarjun (RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau): Machine Learning Based Anomaly and Intrusion Detection to mitigate DOS and DDoS Attacks in Private Campus Networks

Henrik Wittemeier und Thomas Karl (TH Köln): Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) in O-RAN Implementations

Hosam Alamleh (UNI of North Carolina): Secure Media Timestamping: Challenges, Solutions, and Frameworks


Sitzung 3: RAN Optimisation for Mobility

Michael Zentarra (DFKI): A simulation framework for Mobility Use Case oriented RAN Dataset Generation

Yorman Munoz (DFKI): Towards Smart Resource Distribution in V2X Dynamic Networks: A Modular RIS Approach


Sitzung 4: Real-Time Communication

Maciej Muehleisen (Ericsson): Precise One-way Delay Measurement with Common Hardware and Software

Jan Petershans (DFKI): Robotic Teleoperation - A Real World Test Environment for 6G Communications

Felix Kahmann (HS Osnabrück): Time Sensitive Networking via 5G - An Overview and Recent Advances


Sitzung 5: Coverage in Challenging Environments

Fabian John (TH Lübeck): 5G Coverage Measurements Inside a Vessel during the Unloading and Loading in the Harbor

Martin Böhm (HS Ostfalia): Nomadic Internet Connectivity under Forest Canopy

Simon Beginn (UNI Osnabrück): Towards a Weather-Based Prediction Model for Starlink Throughput


Key Note

Frank Fitzek (TU Dresden): Communication Systems for a Sustainable Future


Sitzung 6: Wireless Access with integrated Sensing and High Reliability

Mohammad Mousavi (HS Aalen): Interference Reduction Based on Hyperbolic Fractional Fourier Transform in Integrated Sensing and Communication

Ekaterina Sedunova (IHP): Experimental Object Localization using mmWave Beamforming Communication System

Jonas v. Beöczy (TU Braunschweig): Orthogonal Time Frequency Space for a Next Generation 5G Broadcast System

Niklas Bulk (UNI Bremen): Enhancing Multi-Service Transmission Efficiency in High-Density Scenarios with Service-Based NOMA and Unequal Error Protection


Sitzung 7: Physical Layer Security

Sachinkumar Mallikarjun (RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau): Survey on Hardware-based Physical Layer Authentication in Next Generation Networks

Ghazal Bagheri (TU Dresden): PHYve-G: Evaluating Channel Reciprocity and Secret Key Generation in 5G Networks

Amelie Wagner (TU Dresden): Attack on Machine Learning based Physical Layer Key Generation Scheme


Key Note

Michael Meyer (Ericsson): Towards 6G


Sitzung 8: Network Optimisation for Shared Resources

Argianto Rahartomo (HS Ostfalia): Spectrum Sharing as a Key Enabler to scale Private Industrial Networks Deployments

Faiaz Nazmetdinov (TU Ilmenau): Flexible SON Function Coordination Framework based on Machine Learning

Manasik Hassan (TU Ilmenau): Machine Learning-Based Coverage and Capacity Optimization xApp/rApp for Open RAN 5G Campus Networks