Academic report of IEEE Fellow. Eric. G. Larsson, Linkoping University, Sweden

Source:SIST  Author:Yan Jiang  Date:2018-09-14  Click:236

Lecture Series: Frontiers in Wireless Communications & Information Coding

 (Title):  Fundamentals of massive MIMO

 (Speaker): Prof. Eric. G. Larsson, the University of Linköping, Sweden

 (Time)3:00-4:30pm, Wednesda, 1 August, 2018

 (Venue)X9521 No. 9 Building, Xipu Campus of Southwest Jiaotong University

 (Chair):Pingzhi Fan)

Outline of the Talk:

Massive MIMO is the currently most compelling sub-6 GHz wireless access technology. Since its inception about a decade ago, it has evolved from a wild "academic idea" to one of the most vibrant research topics in the wireless communications community, as well as a main work item in 5G standardization.  The concept is to equip base stations with arrays of many small antennas that serve many terminals simultaneously, in the same time-frequency resource. In this talk I will give an in-depth tutorial on the operational principles and performance analysis of Massive MIMO systems.

 (Short Biography of the Speaker):

 Erik G. Larsson is Professor at Linköping University, Sweden. He co-authored Fun- damentals of Massive MIMO (Cambridge, 2016) and Space-Time Block Coding for Wireless Communications (Cambridge, 2003). Recent service includes membership of the IEEE Signal Processing Society Awards Board (20172019), and the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine editorial board (20182020). He received the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine Best Column Award twice, in 2012 and 2014, the IEEE ComSoc Stephen O. Rice Prize in Communications Theory 2015, the IEEE ComSoc Leonard G. Abraham Prize 2017 and the IEEE ComSoc Best Tutorial Paper Award 2018. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.