Open Lecture 6 – Sustainability in 6G
To share the progress and results of the 6G research work and knowledge with the extended one6G community, in 2022 one6G launched a series of open lectures. These interactive 2-hour online events are open to anyone interested in the world’s journey toward 6G.
Following the success of the previous lectures, the Association is happy to confirm that Open Lecture 6 will take place on June 15, 2023, at 14h00 CEST, covering the subject of sustainability in 6G.
It is evident that 6G will play a major part in the transformation of our economy and society. 6G focuses not only on increasing network capacity, thus enabling a whole new set of applications and services, but because it has a direct impact on so many different fields, it will be a major contributing factor to the creation and maintenance of a sustainable ecosystem.
Open Lecture 6 – Sustainability in 6G will feature presentations delivered by five distinguished speakers, followed by a panel discussion and an interactive Q&A session. The experts will explain how and why 6G technology will play a pivotal role in shaping a healthier and more prosperous future while also addressing challenges and potential negative impacts caused by the ongoing transformation.
Participation is free, but registration is mandatory. Please click the button below to fill in your registration form.
14:00 Welcome & opening
Director, Future Network Technologies, Huawei MRC
14:05 Envisioning a green 6G ecosystem: challenges, objectives and pathway
Researcher, University of Genoa
14:25 Next-generation networks – the green enablers?
Partner, Head of Hyperconnectivity – Detecon Consulting
14:45 ‘Greening’ for the wireless cellular networks of the future
Senior Consultant Wireless Access, TNO
15:05 Paving the way toward sustainable next-generation networks
President and Founder of Digital for Planet
15:25 Can 6G be the game-changer to accelerate the sustainable development agenda?
CEO of the Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative (GeSI)
15:45 Q&A session and closing remarks