MIKON Focused sessions

Focused session 1 – Intelligent, Secure and Reliable Wireless Systems

Focused session 2 – Complete value chains for radio frequency electronics in 5G

Focused session 1 - Intelligent, Secure and Reliable Wireless Systems

Focus area overview

Dependable wireless communication gains its momentum as it is envisioned as a backbone of many interesting applications in various industrial domains. However, to successfully deploy such bring those there seems still some lack of confidence for applying wireless solutions to industrial processes in a wider area. These demanding research challenges will be addressed in a special session co-organized by the European research project InSecTT (Intelligent Secure Trustable Things – https://www.insectt.eu/) that will cover MIKON 2022 conference topics that may be used to bring intelligent, secure and reliable wireless systems closer to reality. The submissions may address the following specific topics: AI/ML  for wireless transmission, including explainable AI/ML; dependable wireless communication, real-time monitoring and response; real-time critical communication; verification and validation of reliable wireless communication.

Session chairs/organizers:

Ramiro Sámano rasro@isep.ipp.pt
Mateusz Rzymowski mateusz.rzymowski@pg.edu.pl

Focused session 2 - Complete value chains for radio frequency electronics in 5G

Focus area overview

Development of complete value chains for radio frequency (RF) electronics in 5G will enable new opportunities for sensing, communication, radio infrastructure and applications that have the potential to bring together mobile broadband (5G/6G), the Internet of Things (IoT) and automation connectivity for self-driving cars in a single technology platform. At the same time, it creates challenges to gather key actors covering the entire value chain from materials, semiconductor technologies, designs and components up to the systems, especially when most advanced SOI technologies manufactured in Europe, namely RFSOI and FDSOI, are considered . These challenges will be addressed in a special session co-organized by the European research project BEYOND5 (Building the fully European supplY chain on RFSOI, enabling New RF Domains for sensing, Communication, 5G and beyond – https://www.beyond5project.org).

Session chairs/organizers:

Jean-Pierre Raskin jean-pierre.raskin@uclouvain.be
Łukasz Kulas lukasz.kulas@eti.pg.gda.pl