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From Smoke Signaling to 5G: a Brief History of Wireless Communications

Date:

06/16/2020


From Smoke Signaling to 5G: a Brief History of Wireless Communications

From Smoke Signaling to 5G: a Brief History of Wireless Communications

Tuesday, June 16th at 6pm

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Ever wondered what 5G is? And what previous G’s were? This talk, starting with smoke signaling (one of the oldest forms of long-distance wireless communication), explains the amazing technological breakthroughs that led to the device on which you are likely reading this abstract. Curiosity-for-science-and-technology attire recommended.

Daniela Tuninetti is a Professor and the Department Head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECE) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She is a co-director of the UIC’s NICEST lab (Networks Information Communications and Engineering Systems Laboratory), which conducts research on information and data processing, communication and storage over networks. https://nicest.lab.uic.edu/profiles/tuninetti-daniela/ 

The event is organized in collaboration with AIRIcerca.

AIRIcerca is an association of Italian researchers in the world, created with the aim of promoting networking among Italian researchers that live and work in different countries, in the hopes of creating scientific collaborations and exchanging useful information. Since 2017 AIRIcerca has had a Chicago chapter, which attracts Italian researchers active in the City of Chicago and the surrounding areas.

Registration is required to participate in the webinar. Kindly register at this link.

Information

Date: Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Time: At 6:00 pm

Organized by : IIC Chicago

In collaboration with : AIRICERCA

Entrance : Free


Location:

Online Webinar

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