The speculative vision for the future sixth generation (6G) wireless networks is set to provide ultra-reliable low-latency massive-scale connectivity, promoting the evolution of novel technological trends pertaining to air interface designs, network architectures, and transmission medium control. Such technological advancements are driven by the emergence of latency-sensitive, data-hungry applications, such as virtual/augmented/mixed reality services, haptics, flying base stations, high-speed trains, brain-machine interface, and telepresence. They introduce a new level of stringent requirements pertaining to reliability, spectral and energy efficiency, mobility, and connectivity. All of this lays down the basis for the development of novel technologies, including, but not limited to, waveform design, network slicing, cell-free massive multiple-input multiple-output, high-frequency communication (i.e., Terahertz and millimeter wave), as well as data mining, and cloud and edge computing, to realize the anticipated vision for 6G networks.
We invite submissions of extended abstracts for the posters sessions, which offer the opportunity to present in progress research work on the recent technological advancements in 6G wireless communications. The sessions aim to encourage the exchange of research ideas, as well as promote networking opportunities and potential collaborative efforts in the region. High-quality posters are eligible for the ‘Best Poster Award’ nomination.