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Research Colloquium: 'Communications and radio science for a smarter world'


Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 17:30 - Thursday, March 9, 2017, 08:45


The Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street ,Dublin 2


Standard Rate €150;
Student/Retired/Concession €100;
Standard Rate Early Bird €125;
Student/Retired/Concession Early Bird €85

Colloquium with papers from academics and industry with a poster exhibition.

Reception and keynote lecture: ‘Infinite Capacity wireless sans channels and bands’

Dr Peter Cochrane on Wednesday 8 March, 17:30

Dr Peter Cochrane, is a Fellow of the UK Royal Academy of Engineering, the Royal Society of Arts, the IEE (now IET) and the IEEE, is  an extremely well regarded speaker in the world of wireless communications and will give the keynote lecture on Wednesday evening.

Attendance at this lecture does not require registration for the colloquium as a whole. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. Please email to secure a place, unless you have registered for the colloquium.

Colloquium Thursday 9 March, 08:45 

Wireless technology is a key enabling technology in the realisation of the “Smarter World”, the coherent integration of multiple ICT and IoT technologies in order to yield important societal, economic and academic benefits. This Colloquium is intended to bring together the academic and industrial community working in research and development in this field to share the fruits of their research – insights, developments, innovations and results on recent wireless technology advances for personal and ubiquitous radio communications. Contributions are sought describing work of high scientific novelty or strong application significance around this broad theme.

Event Details:

Wednesday 8 March 17:30 - 19:15

Opening address, poster session, reception and registration

Thursday 9 March 08:45 - 17.30

Registration fees:
Full: €150.00
Early until 2 March: €125.00

Student/Retired/Concession: €100.00
Early until 2 March: €85.00

Programme here

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