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Seminar: Evolution of cellular wireless systems from 2G to 5G

The seminar will be given by Enrico Buracchini, TIM, as part of the course "Trends in Communications."

Oct 06, 2017 11:00 AM to Oct 13, 2017 02:00 PM

Where School of Engineering and Architecture, viale Risorgimento 2, Bologna

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Enrico Buracchini

Seminar schedule

Part I: Friday 6/10/2017, 11am-2pm, room 0.1

Part II: Friday 13/10/2017, 11am-2pm, room 5.4

 

 

 

 

About the speaker

Enrico Buracchini received, with full marks, the degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Bologna in October 1994. In December 1994, he was employed in the Mobile Services Division of CSELT (R&D labs of Telecom Italia Group), now TILab, as a Research Engineer. His activity concerns the study of multiple access methods (TDMA, CDMA, OFDMA) for mobile communications systems. He is currently managing, as senior project manager, the activities on 5G NR (New Radio) into the Innovation Dept of TIM. He is currently 3GPP RAN1 and ITU R 5D delegate for TIM and he was part of Italian Delegation to ITU R TG8/1 group dedicated to IMT 2000 standardisation. He was recently involved into METIS 2 project dedicated to 5G radio design. He managed, in 2000-2003 period, several consultancy projects for international TIM activities in Austria, Greece and Spain on UMTS.

He was involved in several European research programs dedicated to 3G, 4G and future mobile systems. He published several papers on third and future generation mobile systems, smart antennas, SW radios and Cognitive Radios. Since 2003, he has managed R&D projects dedicated to ‘Systems beyond 3G’ including TILab E2R I & II and E3 activities, where he was also WP leader. He did several lectures @ former Telecom Italia School (SSGRR) on GSM, UMTS, HSDPA, SDMA and SDR, several lectures in Universities (Bologna, Catania, Milano, UPRC, UOA) on “Evolution of mobile systems” and several tutorials in conferences on SDR & CR. Since 2009, he is also lecturer of the course “Mobile telecommunication networks” inside the master on Wireless Systems & Technologies for foreign students of Politecnico di Torino.