Anastasia Daraseliya, RUDN postgraduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology, participated in the The IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
Anastasia Daraseliya, RUDN postgraduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology, participated in the The IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
Anastasia Daraseliya, RUDN postgraduate student of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Communications Technology, participated in the The IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications was held in London (UK) from August 31 to September 3, 2020. The conference was held online on Whova platform together with Zoom.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a world leader in the development of standards for radio electronics, electrical engineering, computer hardware systems and networking, has been an organizer of the conference since 1991. The current conference is the 31st on account. This year the conference was held by the leading universities of Europe and the world — King’s College London (QS 31) and University College London (QS 10). The Symposium is one of the two largest conferences of the IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc) in the field of wireless communication and networks. At this juncture, the conference brings together industry and academic communities.

At the Conference, reports on the latest original research results in all areas of wireless technology, as well as in web applications, services and business were presented. The technical sessions attended PhD students and researchers from different countries of the world, Great Britain, USA, Germany, France, China, India and others.

Anastasia made a presentation “Handling Overflow Traffic in Millimeter Wave 5G NR Deployments using NR-U Technology” in the cellular network section. The paper proposes the joint use of new 5G New Radio and WiGig wireless technologies in the millimeter band, and calculates the base station densities to support this density of user devices with the prescribed quality of service guarantees in terms of ergodic capacity. From the mathematical point of view, a massive mathematical device was used, which includes tools of stochastic geometry, queueing theory and renewal theory.

The attendees had the opportunity to participate in discussions with researchers, receive useful feedback and initiate new collaborations. The lectures served as a basis for further development of research within the framework of the 5G wireless communication concept. The lectures covered network architectures and protocol design of fifth-generation networks, as well as issues of radio resource management, power consumption and traffic congestion, and optimization of new wireless communication systems.

RUDN post-graduate student had an excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the research results of the leading specialists, identify promising areas of scientific research and the possibility of introducing innovations, establish creative and working relationships, and discuss opportunities for creating environment conducive to cooperation.

Bibliographic data on the collection of works

The conference MATERIALS will be published as a conference proceeding indexed by Scopus. The electronic version will be posted on the IEEE website.

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