Kari Leppänen

Kari Leppänen received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, in 1992 and 1995, respectively, majoring in space technology and radio engineering.

He has worked in National Radio Astronomy Observatory, USA, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe, The Netherlands, Nokia Research Center, Finland, and Huawei Finland.

Currently he holds a position at Oulu University and is also the CEO of his own technology start-up. His research interests include wireless autonomous systems, ultra-dense wireless networks with sensing capabilities and radio positioning.

1st 6G Wireless Summit 26 March, 2019

How did we do with 5G?


This talk will address how well 5G actually met the original goals set for it or the requirements identified for new applications that are just about to emerge. Development areas where big steps are needed for 5.5G and 6G are identified. The talk will also ponder some root causes for the 5G shortcomings and how could we avoid such problems in the development of future wireless systems.


NEWS

Thank you to all who participated or co-operated in making the 1st 6G Summit happen! News article with interviews available here

The organizing team is working on the 6G Summit Presentations to be published on this website as soon as possible!

6G WIRELESS SUMMIT Programme Leaflet as PDF

Detailed agenda published under PROGRAM

3-day programme on one page  6G WIRELESS SUMMIT PDF

See the list of posters to be presented at the 1st 6G Summit HERE

Close to 250 participants have already signed-in for the 6G Wireless Summit!

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