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Ph.D. Dissertation Defense - Min-Yu Huang

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Monday, October 7, 2019

10:00am - 1:00pm

Room 523A, TSRB

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TitleNew System Architecture for Next Generation Wideband Ultra-reliable Low-latency Communications and Networks


Dr. Hua Wang, ECE, Chair , Advisor

Dr. Madhavan Swaminathan, ECE

Dr. Gee-Kung Chang, ECE

Dr. John Cressler, ECE

Dr. Vigor Yang, AE


Millimeter-Wave (mm-Wave) links will serve as the enabling technology for a plethora of commercial and defense applications for next-generation (5G/6G beyond) networks. To support future mm-Wave wireless systems, the next-generation system necessitates extreme mobile broadband data throughput, energy-efficient massive machine-type communication, and ultra-reliable low-latency network. This defense focuses on innovative system architectures that combine mathematical, physical and IC engineering approaches to overcome many inherent challenges for future communications and achieve state-of-the-art performance for emerging wideband and low-latency applications. They can potentially revolutionize next-generation mm-Wave communication, sensing, and optical-fiber wireless network for 5G, as well as future 6G beyond. The autonomous beamforming and low-latency aspects of this defense will be also an enabling technology for the ‘Tactile Internet’ that can remotely access, perceive, manipulate, or control real or virtual objects in real time. In this defense summary, several system solutions are proposed to address multiple major challenges in the next-generation communication.

Last revised October 1, 2019