Conferència: 'AI-based Control and Orchestration in the Open RAN: Architectures, Algorithms, Testbeds'

Conferència: 'AI-based Control and Orchestration in the Open RAN: Architectures, Algorithms, Testbeds'

Us convidem a assistir a la conferència 'AI-based Control and Orchestration in the Open RAN: Architectures, Algorithms, Testbeds' de Tommaso Melodia, professor a la Northeastern University. Tindrà lloc el proper divendres 16 de setembre a les 10h al C6-E101 del Campus Nord de la UPC.

AI-based Control and Orchestration in the Open RAN: Architectures, Algorithms, Testbeds' 
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AI-based Control and Orchestration in the Open RAN: Architectures, Algorithms, Testbeds
This talk will present an overview of our work on laying the basic principles to design open,
programmable, AI-driven, and virtualized next-generation wireless networks. We will cover in detail
challenges and opportunities associated with the evolution of cellular systems into cloud-native
softwarized architectures enabling fine grained control of end-to-end functionalities.

Tommaso Melodia is the William Lincoln Smith Professor with the Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering at Northeastern University in Boston. He is also the Founding Director of the
Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things and the Director of Research for the PAWR Project Office.
He received his Laurea (integrated BS and MS) from the University of Rome - La Sapienza and his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2007. He is an IEEE Fellow and recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER award. Prof. Melodia is serving as Editor in Chief for Computer Networks. Prof. Melodia is a co-founder of 6G Symposium, and was the Technical Program Committee Chair for IEEE Infocom 2018, and General Chair for ACM MobiHoc 2020, IEEE SECON 2019. Prof. Melodia’s research is funded by US industry and a number of Federal agencies including the US National Science Foundation, the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense, Air Force Research Laboratory, the Office of Naval Research, DARPA, the the Army Research Laboratory, the Department of Transportation, IARPA, and NASA.