20 Mar

Swe‐CTW 2019 and Best Student Journal/Conference Paper Awards

 

The 2019 Swedish Communication Technologies Workshop (Swe‐CTW 2019) will bring together researchers and research students in the general area of communication technologies and related areas.

The workshop provides an opportunity for researchers and research students to gather in a largely informal setting to share ideas, make contacts, and foster new collaborative links for the future. The workshop will feature tutorials, poster presentations of submitted abstracts, and invited talks by the top nominated papers for the IEEE VT/COM/IT Sweden Best Student Paper Awards.

Date and time: June 10-12, 2019
Location: Lund University, Lund (Link to google maps)
Local host: Michael Lentmaier, michael.lentmaier@eit.lth.se

Important dates:
Submission of abstracts for poster presentation: May 6, 2019
Notification of abstracts acceptance: May 13, 2019
Nominations for Best Student Journal/Conference Paper Awards: May 6, 2019
Registration deadline (for speaker and poster presenters): June 3, 2019

Please visit the Swe-CTW website for full information.

08 Jan

IEEE Technical Seminar by Lic. Eng. Mats Andersson

On behalf of the IEEE joint VT/COM/IT Sweden Chapter Board, We are delighted to invite you to an IEEE Technical Seminar by Lic. Eng. Mats Andersson, Huawei Technologies Sweden AB, Wireless R&D, Stockholm R&D Center, Sweden.

Time: Wed Jan 16, 2019, at 13:00-14:00
Location: Room EL42, floor 4, EDIT building, Hörsalsvägen 11, Campus Johanneberg, Chalmers University of Technology, 412 96 Gothenburg, Sweden. (Link to google maps)
Local host: Tomas Eriksson, tomase@chalmers.se

Title: Massive MIMO: History, Evolution and Future

Abstract:
In 2011 researchers at Huawei Technologies Sweden AB proposed a new type of base station architecture with the aim to increase capacity by about 1000 % compared to the state-of-the art 2T2R base station used by most operators at this time. At first the possibility of such an increase of capacity was met with skepticism. Not so strange considering that most development projects at this time focused on increasing efficiency of base station power amplifiers, algorithms, or antenna sector coverage by single percentage figures. However, in 2013 the Swedish team had through hard work and many innovative ideas convincingly shown the feasibility of the solution, which by this time was known under the name Massive MIMO. In 2014 Huawei built its first large scale lab prototype in Shanghai and performed tests with China Mobile. In 2015 the first commercial Massive MIMO base station was deployed by China Mobile. In 2018 Huawei’s Massive MIMO products have seen large-scale deployment in over 40 countries, such as Japan, China, Spain, UK, and Saudi Arabia.
This talk will give an overview of the benefits of Massive MIMO, the history of Massive MIMO at Huawei, some recent performance figures and discuss possible future developments of Massive MIMO.

For any further questions, please contact the local host.

Biography:
Mats Andersson has three university degrees (Lic. Eng., M. Sc. and B.A.) and more than 30 years international wireless and telecom experience working at various engineering and management positions at Ericsson (in Canada, England and Sweden) He left Ericsson 2006 to become CEO of the start-up company Bluetest AB. During his 5 years as CEO Bluetest grew rapidly to become the world leading MIMO Over-The-Air (OTA) test company. In 2011 Mats joined Huawei Technologies Sweden AB as Site and System Manager Radio Base Systems in Gothenburg. During his time at Huawei the Gothenburg office became a world leading competence center for Higher Order MIMO and Massive MIMO base stations. In 2014 Mats started the company MUMIMO AB to focus on innovation and business development for small and large wireless companies. Since September 2018 Mats is back at Huawei Technologies Sweden AB as CTO, Wireless R&D, Stockholm R&D Center, Sweden. He also holds roles as Chairman of the Board of Forsway Scandinavia AB, SweGaN AB, Satcube AB and MUMIMO AB and is a Board member of Bluetest AB and Gefle Testteknik AB.