RUDN mathematicians tell Europeans about 5G wireless technologies

RUDN mathematicians tell Europeans about 5G wireless technologies

6 - 11 October, University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria (Italy) hosts the I (International School on Enabling Technologies, Applications, and Methods for Emerging 5G Systems.

RUDN delegation is headed by professor K.Samuilov, Director of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications. Lectures will be delivered by professors from RUDN University, Tampere Technological University (Finland), University Meditarranea of Reggio Calabria (Italy), Cagliary University (Italy) an representatives of Ericsson and Intel.

RUDN delegation is due to meet representatives of Reggio Calabria University and conclude a number of agreements on joint educational Master and postdoc programs in English. Professor Samuilov will meet the Rector to discuss firther cooperation.

5G networks are a 5th generation mobile connection that will allow integration of all the achievements in the field, and become the basis for digital economy.


In June, RUDN hosted the 5G Summit R&D Russia, which became a platform for joint work and exchange of ideas for industry leaders, researchers and academics.

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