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12 July 2022 @ 18:00 – 19:00
IEEE Technical Seminar by Xianbin Wang
This event is co-organized by the IEEE ComSoc Seattle Joint Chapter and IEEE Vancouver Joint Communications Chapter.
Title: 3D and Nonorthogonal Spectrum Access Technologies for the Converged 5G and Broadcast Systems
Presented by: Prof. Xianbin Wang, Western University, Canada
Date and time: July 12, 2022, from 6 pm to 7 pm
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Abstract: The expeditious evolution of wireless technologies and their convergence with diverse applications signify the coming next wave of our increasingly connected society. With the dramatically growing data traffic, massive connected devices and diverse services to be supported, the future success of our society relies heavily on our technical capabilities in the provisioning of massive capacity/connectivity and diverse services from people, society and industry, while using the very limited spectrum. The focus of this lecture is to analyze the main technical challenges of the converged next generation wireless and broadcast systems, identify the essential key spectrum access technologies for highly efficient wireless communications, and present our ongoing research and activities in the related areas. Specifically, this talk will cover the following aspects: i) Technical challenges of highly spectrum-efficient wireless communications; ii) OFDM based 2D and Massive MIMO based 3D transmission schemes; iii) Non-orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) and layered division multiplexing (LDM).
Bio: Dr. Xianbin Wang is a Professor and Tier-1 Canada Research Chair at Western University, Canada. He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2001. Prior to joining Western, he was with Communications Research Centre Canada (CRC) as a Research Scientist/Senior Research Scientist between July 2002 and Dec. 2007. From Jan. 2001 to July 2002, he was a system designer at STMicroelectronics. His current research interests include 5G/6G technologies, Internet-of-Things, communications security, machine learning and intelligent communications. Dr. Wang has over 500 highly cited journal and conference papers, in addition to 30 granted and pending patents and several standard contributions. Dr. Wang is a Fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of Engineering Institute of Canada, a Fellow of IEEE and an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. He has received many prestigious awards and recognitions, including IEEE Canada R.A. Fessenden Award, Canada Research Chair, Engineering Research Excellence Award at Western, CRC Presidents Excellence Award, Canadian Federal Government Public Service Award, Ontario Early Researcher Award and six IEEE Best Paper Awards. He currently serves/has served as an Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor-in-Chief, Editor/Associate Editor for over 10 journals. He was involved in many IEEE conferences including GLOBECOM, ICC, VTC, PIMRC, WCNC, CCECE and CWIT, in different roles such as general chair, symposium chair, tutorial instructor, track chair, session chair, TPC co-chair and keynote speaker. He has been nominated as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer several times during the last ten years. Dr. Wang was the Chair of IEEE ComSoc Signal Processing and Computing for Communications (SPCC) Technical Committee and is currently serving as the Chair of IEEE London Section.