CHARISMA and University of Athens are co-organizing a 2 day summer school “Key challenges for 5G networks” from 30/06 to 01/07.
5G is foreseen as the key enabling technology that will provide high data rate communication services with low latency and will boost the development for new applications for all vertical industries. By supporting virtualization and multi-tenancy, 5G will enable the creation of new business models leading to a new ecosystem that will extend beyond the traditional telecommunication actors and stakeholders. In order for 5G to meet these ambitions a number of challenges must be resolved.
The summer school that is hosted by the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Athens and is co-organised with the EU funded project CHARISMA, will provide a series of lectures that cover thematic areas that are related to 5G networking. The event is also supported by the SESAME project.
- Technologies and architectures for 5G
- Security, reliability and privacy in 5G networks
- Design of NFV and SDN solutions
- Regulatory aspects of 5G
- New business challenges and opportunities related to 5G
- Socio economic drivers for 5G
Participants will have the opportunity to interact with researchers and academics from several European Universities, Research Institutes and Industry.
Registration for CHARISMA Summer School is mandatory and free of charge. For registration click here. A certificate of attendance will be given to all registered participants
You can download the program here