5G NORMA and the King’s College of London are co-organising a 3-day Summer School from 20 to 22 June 2016.
The Summer School is tailored towards engineers and researchers active or interested in virtualized and programmable future mobile networks. The first day is tailored more towards attendees from industry, whereas the last two days are more suitable for Post Doctoral researchers, PhD and Master students. All together, the event is deemed highly suitable for participants from the mobile industry and other organizations (verticals) interested in the area of 5G networks and how this emerging technology can shape their business.
The registration information to the 2016 5G NORMA Summer School is available here. Registration is free of charge.
About 5G NORMA
The 5G NORMA project is one of the 5G PPP projects Under the Horizon 2020 Framework. It aims to develop a novel mobile network architecture that provides the necessary adatability in a resource efficien way able to handle fluctuations in traffic demand resulting from heterogeneous and dynamicall changing service portfolios and to changing local context. The developed “multi-service and context-aware adaptation of network functions” will allow for a resource-efficient support of these varying scenarios and help to increase energy-efficiciency by always selecting the most energy efficient option.
About the King’s College London
The King’s College of London is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom, and a constituent college of the federal University of London. It initiated a programme of cooperation with other universities on 5G and will set up a 5G Internet lab to test the technology. The Centre for Télécommunications Research (CTR) concentrates primarily on radio access, networks and mobile systems and on Intelligent Information Processing.