The Warren Centre is delighted to present this year's Innovation Lecture - Wireless networks for the digital age, featuring Professor Branka Vucetic, ARC Laureate Fellow and Director of the Centre of Excellence for IoT and Telecommunications at the University of Sydney.
The development of cellular networks has followed a pattern of generational advancements, with each new generation aiming to overcome the limitations of its predecessor while introducing novel capabilities.
Branka will discuss how to use AI combined with domain knowledge in the 6G network design and present recent research results of the Sydney Centre for IoT and Telecommunications.
Wednesday 18 October 2023
4 - 5pm AEST
Registrations close Friday 6 October
A livestream link will be emailed to you prior to the event.
Prof. Branka Vucetic is an ARC Laureate Fellow and Director of the Centre of Excellence for IoT and Telecommunications at the University of Sydney.
She has made seminal contributions to the fields of coding and wireless communications. Her inventions have been used in satellite communications, cellular networks, and mobile phones.
Branka’s current research work is in the design of future wireless networks and the Internet of Things. In the area of wireless networks, she works on ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) and AI-based system design. In the area of the Internet of Things, Vucetic works on providing wireless connectivity for mission-critical applications in energy and healthcare.
Prof. Branka Vucetic is a Fellow of IEEE, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, and the Australian Academy of Science.
The annual Warren Centre's Innovation Lecture has a proud tradition of providing the wider industry community with a platform that provides valuable insights and the latest trends in engineering and computer science, as shared by leaders in the field.
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