Towards 6G- Enabled Ultra Reliable Low Latency V2X Communications

Prof. Ammar Muthanna(Russia)

6G networks are evolving with new features and order-of-magnitude improvements in performance metrics, especially in Tbps-scale data rate, µs-scale latency, and Kbps/Hz-scale spectral efficiency. Consequently, a massive amount of devices and a high variation of applications are dramatically increasing in diverse, such as virtual/augmented reality, autonomous driving, digital twin, and Holographic communication, and beyond in different network scenarios, including smart factory, smart agriculture, and smart City. Many 6G applications are Ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) that require low end to end latency. This talk will be about URRLC applications , specifications and main requirements of URLLC applications, also will be discussed a novel network structures and technologies to enable such systems.

About the speaker

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Prof. Ammar Muthanna

  • The Bonch-Bruevich St. Petersburg State University of Telecommunications

Ammar Muthanna is an Associate Professor at the Department of Telecommunication networks, Deputy head of Science and Director of the Scientific Center for Modeling Wireless 5G Networks, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Telecommunications, RUDN University. He received his B.Sc. (2009), M.Sc. (2011) and as well as Ph.D. (2016) degrees from Saint - Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. 2017-2019 he worked as Postdoctoral Researcher at RUDN University. In 2012 and 2013, he took part in the Erasmus student Program with the Faculty of electrical engineering, University of Ljubljana and in 2014 visitor researcher at Tampere University, Finland.

Ammar is a senior member of the IEEE and ACM member. He has been an Active Member of the Technical Program Committee on many international conferences and journals. He has been an expert at the Judges Panel and Challenge Management board at AI-5G-Challenge, ITU and Russian host organizer. Area of research: wireless communications, 5G/6G cellular systems, IoT applications, Edge computing and software-defined networking.