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IEEE 5G Tutorial Shanghai

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Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM 
Venue: 
Qian Xuesen Library & Museum
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Xu Jia Hui Campus
1954 Huashan Road, Shanghai, China, 200030
 
Attendee Registration: Click here.
 
Registration Fees:
Regular Participant: 350 CNY (approximately 50 USD)
Student: 175 CNY (approximately 25 USD)
 
For the first time, this tutorial will be held together with IEEE 5G Summit on July 28, 2017.
 
Agenda:

Time Topic Speaker
8:30-8:45 AM Registration
8:45-8:50 AM Welcome Speech
8:50-9:30 AM Heterogeneous aggregation network architecture in 5G Dr. Xiaofeng Tao
9:30-10:10 AM IEEE and 5G: Towards Standardization Dr. Mehmet Ulema
10:10-10:30 AM Photo and Coffee Break
10:30-11:10 AM Addressing the Challenges of LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G test Mr. Fangze Tu
11.10-11:50 AM 5G Green Communications and networking: Research Advance and Challenges Dr. Xiaohu Ge
11:50 AM-12:30 PM Critical issues of IOT empowered by 5G – A case study on self-driving vehicles Dr. Amruthur Narasimhan
12:30-1:30 PM Lunch
1:30-2:10 PM 5G Channel Models: From Fundamentals to Standardization Prof. Cheng-Xiang Wang
2:10-2:50 PM Physical Layer Multicasting and Caching for 5G and Beyond Dr. Meixia Tao
2:50-3:10 PM Coffee Break
3:10-3:50 PM High Speed LED based Visible Light Communication: Demand factors, Benefits and Opportunities Prof. Nan Chi
3:50-4:30 PM 5G Large-scale Distributed Antenna Systems: From Theory to Practice Dr. Dongming Wang
4:30-5:10 PM Open 5G Platform Dr. Yang Yang



Speakers




Xiaofeng Tao
, Professor with Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. He is the director of National Engineering Laboratory for Mobile Internet Technology and a visiting professor with Stanford University from 2010 to 2011. He is the inventor or co-inventor of 74 patents and the author or co-author of 160 papers in 4G and beyond 4G. He is currently involved in fifth-generation networking technology and mobile network security.



Amruthur Narasimhan is a consultant in Information Security, Cyber Security and privacy areas.  He has over 25 years of experience in System Engineering, Architecture, Technical Leadership and Management, Software Development, Communication Protocols, and Project Management.  He has held various positions in multinational companies: Software Engineer Manager Chief at SAIC, Security Consultant at Northrop Grumman, President of Amrutek Services, Technical Manager at Avaya, Principal Technical Staff Member at AT&T, and Associate Professor in Department of Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology.
Narasimhan was chair of the IEEE conference on Mobile Security/Cyber Security and Privacy held in 2014 and 2015.  He received the IEEE third Millennium Medal for contributions in Electronic Commerce and Multimedia Technology in May 2000.  He also received IEEE Region 1 award for technical achievement in 2002, and for eBusiness and Internet Technologies and technical achievements for Innovation in Artificial Intelligence Technology in 1997. He has been coordinator and speaker for various IEEE conferences on VoIP security, WLAN security and Multimedia security. He was chair of IEEE NJ coast section consultant’s network, chair of IEEE NJ Coast Section PACE, Chair of IEEE NJ Coast Section (1996-2002) and Chair of IEEE NJ Computer Chapter (1993-1996).
Narasimhan has good communication skills being a coach for Dale Carnegie courses on Human relations.  He has graduated as Competent Toast Master in Public Speaking from Toast Masters International. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, one of the prestigious institutions in India.



Dr. Yang Yang is currently a professor with Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (SIMIT), Chinese Academy of Sciences, serving as the Director of CAS Key Laboratory of Wireless Sensor Network and Communication, and the Director of Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications (WiCO). He is also a Distinguished Adjunct Professor with the School of Information Science and Technology, ShanghaiTech University. Prior to that, he has held faculty positions at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Brunel University, and University College London (UCL), 
Yang is a member of the Chief Technical Committee of the National Science and Technology Major Project “New Generation Mobile Wireless Broadband Communication Networks” (2008-2020), which is funded by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) of China. In addition, he is on the Chief Technical Committee for the National 863 Hi-Tech R&D Program “5G System R&D Major Projects”, which is funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of China. Since January 2017, he has been serving the OpenFog Consortium as the Director for Greater China Region.
Yang’s current research interests include wireless sensor networks, Internet of Things, Fog computing, Open 5G, and advanced wireless testbeds. He has published more than 150 papers and filed over 80 technical patents in wireless communications.
Yang’s research has been generously sponsored by the government funding bodies and industrial leaders, such as the MOST (China), MIIT (China), NSFC (China), CAS (China), STCSM (China), SHEITC (China), RCUK (UK), EPSRC (UK), TSB (UK), the Royal Society (UK), the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK), EU/FP7, British Telecom, SELEX Galileo, Toshiba, Airbus and Rolls-Royce.



Mehmet received BS and MS degrees from Istanbul Technical University and PhD from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (now New York University). Dr. Ulema is a professor at Manhattan College, New York, and has been a consultant to several international companies. Previously, he held management and technical positions in AT&T Bell Labs and Bellcore, involved in numerous telecom projects.
While working in industry and academia, Mehmet was actively involved in standardization in ITU, TIA, ATIS, and IEEE. More recently, he founded and has been leading the IEEE P1903 project on  Next Generation Service Overlay Networks. Mehmet has been a prominent volunteer at ComSoc and IEEE Standard Association. Currently he is the ComSoc Director of Standards Development. He is a member of the IEEE-SA Standard Board, where he works to position ComSoc as a major player in IEEE standards governance. He has authored numerous industry reports and scholarly publications. He has been on the editorial board of several major journals.
Previously, Mehmet held leadership positions in ComSoc, including Director of Membership Programs, served in leadership positions in major IEEE conferences including IEEE GLOBECOM, ICC, NOMS, BlackSeaCom. Mehmet has received several awards, including IEEE-SA Standards Medallion and ComSoc Harold Sobol Award for Exemplary Service to Meetings and Conferences.



Fangze TU is a technical marketing engineer for RF/wireless industries at National Instruments. In his current role, he is responsible for marketing strategy, planning, and execution for the RF and wireless products lines. Prior to this position, he was applications engineer at NI. He participated in several RF/wireless projects including 128 antennae massive MIMO prototyping system, mmWave channel sounding system and cellular test system. Fangze holds master’s degrees in communication and information system from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.



Xiaohu Ge received the Ph.D. degree in communication and information engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China, in 2003. He is currently a Full Professor with the School of Electronic Information and Communications, HUST. He is an Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, The University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. He is the founding director of China International Joint Research Center of Green Communications and networking. He has authored more than 150 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings and has been granted about 15 patents in China. His research interests include mobile communications, traffic modeling in wireless networks, green communications, and interference modeling in wireless communications. He is leading several projects funded by NSFC, China MOST, and industries. He is taking part in several international joint projects, such as the EU FP7-PEOPLE-IRSES: project acronym WiNDOW (grant no. 318992) and project acronym CROWN (grant no. 610524). Dr. Ge is an IET Fellow. He has been actively involved in organizing more the ten international conferences since 2005. He served as the General Chair for the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications (IEEE GreenCom). He serves as an Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking.



Prof. Cheng-Xiang Wang received the BSc and MEng degrees in Communication and Information Systems from Shandong University, China, in 1997 and 2000, respectively, and the PhD degree in wireless communications from Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, in 2004. 
He has been with Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK since 2005, and was promoted to a Professor in Wireless Communications in 2011. He is also a Chair Professor of Shandong University and a Guest Professor of Southeast University, China. He was a Research Fellow at the University of Agder, Grimstad, Norway, from 2001-2005, a Visiting Researcher at Siemens AG-Mobile Phones, Munich, Germany, in 2004, and a Research Assistant at Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg, Germany, from 2000-2001. His current research interests include wireless channel modeling and (B)5G wireless communication networks. He has published 1 book, 1 book chapter, 126 journal papers, and 149 conference papers, having attracted over 6100 citations (h-index=41). 
Prof. Wang served or is serving as an Editor for 9 international journals including IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (since 2011), IEEE Transactions on Communications (since 2015), and IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2007-2009). He was the leading Guest Editor for IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Special Issue on Vehicular Communications and Networks. He is also a Guest Editor for IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Special Issue on Spectrum and Energy Efficient Design of Wireless Communication Networks, and IEEE Transactions on Big Data, Special Issue on Wireless Big Data. He served or is serving as a General Chair, TPC Chair, and TPC member for over 80 international conferences. He received 9 Best Paper Awards from IEEE Globecom 2010, IEEE ICCT 2011, ITST 2012, IEEE VTC 2013-Fall, IWCMC 2015, IWCMC 2016, IEEE/CIC ICCC 2016, and IEEE WPMC 2016. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and IET.

 
Meixia Tao received the B.S. degree from Fudan University, Shanghai, China, in 1999, and the Ph.D. degree from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2003. She is currently a Professor with the Department of Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Prior to that, she was a Member of Professional Staff at Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute during 2003-2004, and a Teaching Fellow then an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore from 2004 to 2007. Her current research interests include content-centric wireless networks, wireless caching and multicasting, resource allocation, and interference coordination.



Prof. Nan CHi received the B.S. degree and Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China in 1996 and 2001, respectively. From July 2001 to December 2004, she worked as assistant professor at the Research Center COM, Technical University of Denmark. From January 2005 to April 2006, she was a research associate at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Then in June 2006, she joined Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, where she worked as a full professor. She joined the Fudan University since June 2008, in School of Information Science and Engineering. She is the author or co-author of more than 200 papers. She has been the chair of APOC 2007 OSRT workshop and ACP 2010. She served as the technical program committee member of many conferences such as APOC 08, ICAIT09, ACP 2011, WOCC 2012, ACP 2013 and IWOO 2014. She has been awarded as the New Century Excellent Talents Awards from the Education Ministry of China, Shanghai Shu Guang scholarship, Japanese OKAWA intelligence Fund Award, Pujiang talent of Shanghai City, Ten Outstanding IT Young Persons awards of Shanghai City. Her research interests are in the area of coherent optical transmission, visible light communication and optical packet/burst switching.



 
Dongming Wang received the Ph. D. degree from Southeast University, China, in 2006, and since then he has been with the National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory at Southeast University, where he is currently a Professor. His current research interests include distributed antenna systems, large-scale MIMO systems, channel estimation and MIMO detection. Dr. Wang served as a symposium co-chair in the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2015) and the IEEE Wireless Communications and Signal Processing Conference (IEEE WCSP 2017). He is currently an associate editor for the SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences.


 
Abstract
Open 5G Platform: Facebook has recently announced its OpenCellular platform for promoting open-source wireless access technology developments and broader applications. In this talk, we will give an introduction of an open 5G platform, which applies SDN and NFV techniques to realize the key functions of a telecom operator according to the 3GPP standard on general CPU/GPU computing platform. It is very adaptive and flexible for supporting a variety of internet of things (IoT) applications in vertical industries. New technical challenges and potential applications of this open platform in delay-sensitive control areas will be fully discussed.
IEEE and 5G: Towards Standardization: After a brief introduction to IEEE, the talk will provide a high level overview to 5G and related technology areas.  Then, various activities, including conferences, publications, that take place within IEEE with respect to 5G will be discussed in length.  A general discussion of world wide standardization effort around 5G will follow. Finally, the process that IEEE follows in the standards development effort will be presented.
Addressing the Challenges of LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G test: 3GPP Release 13 defines an evolutionary step between 4G and 5G with the introduction of LTE-Advanced Pro. Featuring higher-order modulation schemes, carrier aggregation, and MIMO technologies, LTE-A Pro presents significant test complexity and test challenges.
This session will provide a basic overview of the key physical layer characteristics of LTE-A Pro. In addition, we will explain common test practices to address multi-carrier and higher-order MIMO test configurations. Finally, the session will present a status update on 3GPP’s development of a “new radio” physical layer to support future enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) applications.
5G Green Communications and networking: Research Advance and Challenges: The energy consumptions and carbon emissions of global information and communication technologies (ICT) are of growing concern in both industrial and academic areas. One of the mains objectives of the 5G communication systems is to reduce the energy consumption while providing satisfying communication services. To achieve this objective, our research group focuses on the transmission technology design, network deploying and energy consumption evaluation of the future mobile communication systems. In this lecture, firstly the 5G key technologies and energy consumption issues are introduced. An energy efficient massive MIMO radio system is then presented based on our recent researches. Next the ultra-dense cellular network is introduced with energy efficiency investigation. The energy consumption model for future cellular systems considering the computation power is also presented. Finally the future challenges and research directions are addressed.
5G Channel Models: From Fundamentals to Standardization: Realistic channel models with good accuracy-complexity-flexibility trade-off are indispensable for the design and performance evaluation of the 5th generation (5G) wireless communication systems. This talk will start with illustrating new characteristics required to be considered in channel modeling for some challenging scenarios in 5G, e.g., massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), millimetre wave, vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), and high-speed train communication channels. Then, we offer a comprehensive overview of 9 standardized 5G channel models in terms of their capabilities and drawbacks, followed by proposing a unified framework for 5G channel models.
Physical Layer Multicasting and Caching for 5G and Beyond: The driving forces behind the exponential growth in mobile cellular network traffic have fundamentally shifted from being “connection-centric” communications, such as voices and messages, to the explosion of “content-centric” communications, such as video streaming and content sharing. The mobile cellular network architectures of today are, however, still designed with a connection-centric communication mindset. Due to the limited radio spectrum resources, the capacity increase of the current wireless networks will always lag behind the growth rate of mobile traffic. Physical layer multicasting and caching are believed to be two enabling techniques towards the paradigm shift to content-centric wireless communications. Compared with point-to-point unicast transmission, point-to-multipoint multicast transmission provides an efficient capacity-offloading approach for common content delivery to multiple subscribers simultaneously. Caching, on the other hand, brings contents closer to users by pre-fetching the contents at the wireless edge, such as base stations or mobile users. In this talk, I will discover the great potentials of multicasting, in particular, multicast beamforming, and caching, in particular, coded caching in 5G and beyond.
High Speed LED based Visible Light Communication: Demand factors, Benefits and Opportunities: Visible Light Communications (VLC) is an emerging field of optical communications that focuses on the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that humans can see. Features like worldwide usage, cost effectiveness, high brightness, larger bandwidth compared with other typical radio frequency (RF) based devices make VLC the most promising candidate for simultaneous illumination and communications. VLC can be added to an existing network without introducing new interference. Moreover, in cases when RF signals are perceived as a hazard, for example, in hospitals, airplanes, mines, or as RF “pollution,” VLC can be applied as a practical alternative. The fifth generation mobile wireless network will support higher access data rate with more than 1000 times capacity with respect to current long term evolution (LTE) system. New wireless backhaul technologies based on visible light communication (VLC) are studies to support high data rate access and effectively use of frequency resources. Within this scenario VLC can provide connectivity both in building and outdoor, and with a very competitive CAPEX/OPEX compared with millimeter wave communication, or even more competitive due to the lower device cost.
In this presentation we outline the context of VLC, its unique benefits, and describe the state of the art research contributions consisting of pre-and post-equalization, modulation formats of single carrier CAP, single carrier nyquist shaping and DMT-bitloading, and wavelength-space multiplexing. We experimentally demonstrate a total data rate of 9.51-Gb/s over 1-m indoor free space transmission employing cascaded T-bridge pre-emphasis circuits and MRC differential receivers with one commercially RGBY LED in a high-speed VLC system. Compared with traditional T-bridge circuit, our proposed cascaded T-bridge pre-emphasis circuits could further increase the high gain area of modulation bandwidth to improve the system capacity utilizing bit loading OFDM method. By using MRC differential receiver the Q factor can be enhanced from 2.3 to 2.78 compared to single ended receiver. To our best knowledge, this is the highest data rate ever obtained in a single commercial LED based high-speed VLC system.
5G Large-scale Distributed Antenna Systems: From Theory to Practice: Large-scale distributed antenna system (large-scale DAS) can greatly improve the spectral efficiency and energy efficiency for 5G systems. Compared with massive co-located MIMO (massive MIMO), large-scale DAS could not only obtain three types of gains of MIMO, but also get the macro-diversity and the power gain due to smaller path loss. In this talk, we will present some recent results of large-scale DAS including spectral efficiency analysis, channel state information acquisition, low complexity multi-user transmission techniques, and the software design of the GPP-based (general purpose processors) demo system.

Heterogeneous aggregation network architecture in 5G: With the explosion of mobile Internet, the mobile communication technology is in the evolution to new paradigm. This talk reports the core wireless techniques and ultra-dense aggregation network architecture in 4G and 5G. Taking 4G TDD test network and MORE 5G test network as illustrations, we introduce some recent researches and test results of the key technologies, such as massive MIMO, flat network architecture, ultra-dense aggregation networks, software-defined interface system and heterogeneous ultra-dense networking with universal frequency reuse. Then, some new information security issues brought by the key technologies and architectures are introduced.

Critical issues of IOT empowered by 5G – A case study on self-driving vehicles: The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in connected automobile systems creates challenges of harnessing large data empowered by 5G while maintaining security and confidentiality, as well as business, social and legal challenges. The sheer scope of IoT carries countless security and privacy implications for businesses, individuals and organizations.  The proliferation of IoT devices creates challenges of harnessing large data empowered by 5G while maintaining security and confidentiality, as well as business, social and legal challenges.
In this talk some use cases of autonomous vehicles will be discussed for their implications on security, privacy, social and legal challenges.  
Proliferation of large-scale deployment of IoT devices without proper design for solutions to security, privacy and big-data challenges has attracted the auto industry's attention. Proper administrative, social and legal changes are needed by people, government and businesses.