6G and Future Wireless Systems
What are the benefits of using 6G and what strategies must we consider when launching the technologies? This Inter-Academy seminar brings leaders and academics from Sweden and the US to discuss the need for international collaboration.
IVA Konferenscenter, Grev Turegatan 16, Stockholm
Seminariet sänds även digitalt.
6G is the next generation of wireless technology and will be the base for a new global digital infrastructure. The technology promises to bring faster speed, lower latency, and greater capacity, creating opportunities for new services in areas such as energy efficiency, cognitive (learning) systems, and other AI applications. It will also enable new use cases and provide opportunities for research and innovation.
Collaboration between countries such as the US and Sweden can lead to the development of new technologies and services that will benefit both nations. This seminar will address issues regarding obstacles and opportunities:
- How can we encourage leading universities In Europe and US to create common research results leading to 6G definition and standardization?
- How can we combine the strength of the two ecosystems to create an overall leadership in the broad definition of 6G?
The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) and US National Academy of Engineering (NAE) co-host a seminar to strengthen the cooperation between Sweden and the USA regarding 6G.
- Welcome by Tuula Teeri, president IVA
- 6G in the context of mobile network evolution, Erik Ekudden, Group CTO, Ericsson
- Visionary use cases in the 2030 timeframe, Dr. Tom Richardson, Vice President of Engineering, Qualcomm
- 6G key technologies and research opportunities, Professor Fredrik Tufvesson, Lund University
- Potential areas of collaboration between US and Swedish innovation systems. Dr. Murat Torlak of NSF, USA (Moderator) and Anne Lidgard, Head of International Cooperation Vinnova, Sweden, Christan Hedelin, Chief Strategy Officer, Saab and Professor Luis DaSilva, Virginia Tech.
- Closing remarks Marcus Wallenberg, chair of IVA
Group CTO Ericsson
Dr. Tom Richardson
Vice President of Engineering Qualcomm
Professor Lund University
Dr. Murat Torlak
Head of International Cooperation Vinnova
Chief Strategy Officer Saab
Professor Virginia Tech
chair of IVA