Friday, 12 June 2015 • 09:00 – 18:00

WS-13: Advanced PHY and MAC Techniques for Super Dense Wireless Networks

Organizer: Yi Ma (University of Surrey, UK)

IWSDN is one of the ICC2015 workshops jointly organized by EU FP7 RESCUE project partners, EU FP7 DIWINE project partners, and the UK 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC). This workshop aims to gather researchers, regulators, and users to present and debate advanced PHY and MAC techniques for super dense wireless networks and applications, with the perspective of current cellular, M2M, and V2V standardisation activities in 3GPP, ETSI, IEEE and IETF. IWSDN will be a full-day workshop, which includes two keynotes, technical sessions, posters, as well as workshop panel with a good mixture of participants from the academy and industry. The technical sessions will be mainly focused on the timely topics of physical layer network coding, massive and network MIMO, as well as asynchronous and non-orthogonal multiple access techniques.

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