Date: May, 21st June 2023
Time: 11:00h CET
Location: NTP-418 (FTN Science and Technology Park),
Faculty of Technical Sciences, Fruskogorska 1, Novi Sad
This seminar is a physical event!
Professor, School of Electrical and Information Engineering,
University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
Title: AI-Based Design of 6G Networks
Abstract: In this talk, a vision of use cases in future wireless 6G networks will be presented. 6G will provide distributed AI and a plug-and-play infrastructure for various IoT services. AI combined with domain knowledge will be used to design 6G, as conventional analytical methods will not be able to meet the stringent requirements of the future 6G services and deal with increasing network complexity. A framework for using AI in 6G design will be presented. Some research results from the Sydney Centre for IoT and Telecommunications on AI-based designs of 6G physical, MAC and network layers will be demonstrated.
Biography: Prof Branka Vucetic currently works as a Laureate Professor and Director of the Centre for IoT and Telecommunications at the University of Sydney. During her career, she has held various research and academic positions in Serbia, Australia and UK. Her research interests include wireless communications, error control coding, and IoT applications in energy grids and industrial control.
Prof Vucetic co-authored four books and more than four hundred papers in telecommunications journals and conference proceedings. She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering and IEEE.