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"Extremely Fast Internet - will 6G launch civilization to another level?" - Interview with dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz

"Extremely Fast Internet - will 6G launch civilization to another level?" is the title of an interview conducted by Karolina Głowacka with dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz in the Radio Naukowe broadcast.

„Extreme fast Internet – will 6G launch civilization to another level?” is the title of a podcast hosted by Karolina Głowacka on the Radio Naukowe with the participation of an employee of our Institute - dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz.


In the interview, dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz both explains the idea behind the operation of new generation broadband mobile networks (5G) and presents the concepts of their technological development in the future (6G).


We encourage you to check out the fascinating content of the podcast:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VyYR4wmAsE&t=2525s&ab_channel=RadioNaukowe (only in Polish)

 

 
Created: 2022-06-02
Prof. Hanna Bogucka is a candidate for the IEEE Communications Society Board of Governors Member at Large, representing Europe – Africa - Middle East Region.

We invite you to read the position statement of prof. Hanna Bogucka as a candidate for the IEEE Communications Society Board of Governors Member at Large, representing the EMEA region (Europe, Africa, Middle East) and with her program of activities to counteract exclusion in access to information and knowledge, climate change, and the effects of the pandemic, as well as for solidarity with countries and regions affected by war.

We invite you to read the position statement of prof. Hanna Bogucka as a candidate for the IEEE Communications Society Board of Governors Member at Large, representing the EMEA region (Europe, Africa, Middle East) and with her program of activities to counteract exclusion in access to information and knowledge, climate change, and the effects of the pandemic, as well as for solidarity with countries and regions affected by war. We are asking members of the IEEE Communications Society to support her in voting which begins on May 27 and will last till June 22nd, 2022.

 
 
Created: 2022-05-23
Technical meeting of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society and IEEE Communications Society in the Institute of Radiocommunications

On May 20, 2022, the Institute of Radiocommunications hosted the participants of the technical meeting of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society and IEEE Communications Society, listeners and speakers of the workshop on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication.

Employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications are active members of the Polish section of IEEE VTS and IEEE ComSoc. As part of this activity, the Institute organized another technical meeting in Poznań. The meeting on May 20, 2022 was held in the form of a workshop on communication between vehicles and radio communication techniques for autonomous vehicles. We would like to thank the workshop participants for fruitful discussions. Special thanks to our speakers: Maciej Michałek, Tomasz Kryjak, Mateusz Komorkiewicz, Marcin Szelest, Pawel Kryszkiewicz, Paweł Sroka, Krzysztof Walas, Amadeusz Szymko, Michał Sybis, and Paweł Skruch.

 

Created: 2022-05-20
Lecture by Professor H. Vincent Poor on

On May 16, 2022, Professor H. Vincent Poor from Princeton University, USA will give a lecture for us, our students and doctoral students on "6G and Machine Learning at the Wireless Edge"

The Institute of Radiocommunications PUT and RIMEDO Labs invite you on May 16, 2022, at 16:00 to the lecture on: "6G and Machine Learning at the Wireless Edge" by Professor H. Vincent Poor from Princeton University (according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings the 7th best university in the world!)

Vincent Poor is a professor at Princeton University, USA, where he was also the Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. His interests include information, machine learning, and network theories and their applications to wireless, energy, and related fields. His publications (cited more than 121,000 times, with a Hirsh index of 155) also include the book Machine Learning and Wireless Communications (Cambridge University Press). Dr. Poor is a Fellow of the American National Academy of Engineering and the American National Academy of Sciences, and a foreign fellow of the Royal Society and other national and international academies. He received the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal in 2017 and many other prestigious awards. He was also the president of the IEEE Information Theory Society and a long-term member of the IEEE Board of Directors.

 

We cordially invite everyone interested to take this exceptional opportunity and listen to the lecture!

Lecture by Professor H. Vincent Poor

Lecture by Professor H. Vincent Poor

 

Created: 2022-05-05
A new grant for our students from the Spektrum Science Club.

Students involved in the Spektrum Science Club operating at the Institute of Radiocommunications obtained a Rector's grant for the implementation of the project entitled "Study of the influence of the electromagnetic field on plant development".

Students involved in the Spektrum Science Club operating under the supervision of dr. Krzysztof Cichoń from the Institute of Radiocommunications obtained a Rector's grant for the implementation of the project entitled "Study of the influence of the electromagnetic field on plant development".

The goal of the project is to build a set of stands enabling the subjecting of selected, small plants to the influence of a homogeneous electromagnetic field in the VHF and UHF frequency range. The plants breeding conditions outside the electromagnetic field influence will be standardized, the condition of the tested plants will be permanently monitored, and the TEM line will be used to generate a homogeneous field.

Obtaining funds for the project is a great success for students who have prepared an application for funding their research work. The Spektrum Scientific Club has been operating at the Institute of Radiocommunications since 2021. The main goal of the Club's activity is the implementation of research projects in the field of radiocommunication and taking care of the scientific development of students by organizing training courses and thematic excursions.

Created: 2022-04-06
The Institute of Radiocommunications provided radiotelephones and an emergency medical kit for Ukraine.

The employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications raised funds and bought two radiotelephones with a range of 10 km and a medical backpack fully equipped with an emergency kit as a help for our neighbors and friends from Ukraine.

In response to the targeted collection organized by Poznań University of Technology and the Students’ Union of Poznan University of Technology (for the families of our students and employees from Ukraine and for the Lviv Polytechnic National University) employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications collected funds and purchased two radiotelephones (walkie-talkies) with a range of 10 km and a medical backpack fully equipped with an emergency kit (thermal blanket, bandages, band-aids, disinfectants). Radio communication equipment with fully charged batteries and an emergency kit were handed over to the collection point at the Sports Center of Poznań University of Technology, on the 9th of March, 2022. Thank you, donors!

 

Created: 2022-03-09
Webinar from the XCHANGING IDEAS - 5G Global Evolution series

On January 11, 2022, the 22nd virtual meeting of the XCHANGING IDEAS - 5G Global Evolution series took place. Dr hab. Eng. Adrian Kliks was one of the invited speakers, presenting the idea of ​​using the so-called artificial intelligence "on the edge" of the network to improve wireless communication in autonomous vehicle traffic.

The conference in the form of a webinar is organized periodically every month, and its purpose is to exchange innovative ideas,and concepts, and present the achievements in the field of 5G and 6G networks. The meetings are of international nature, and all previous editions are available as streaming on the YouTube channel, which has almost 1.2 thousand. subscribers: https://www.youtube.com/c/Global5GEvolution. During the meeting, dr. inz. Adrian Kliks presented the concept of using the so-called artificial intelligence at the edge of the telecommunications network (Edge Intelligence) for the autonomous movement of vehicles (convoys). This concept is being studied in detail in the OPUS project "Wireless communication between vehicles in a convoy using rich contextual information and dynamic spectrum access". In particular, the use of Q-leraning and Federated Learning methods for dynamic selection of communication channels was considered.

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/adriankliks_cloud-ar-vr-5g-xr-satellite-healthcare-activity-6886640933903978496-SZLN

Created: 2022-01-11
Success of scientists from the Institute of Radiocommunications in the NCN funding schemes OPUS 21 and PRELUDIUM 20.

The call results of the National Science Centre OPUS 21 and PRELUDIUM 20 have been announced. Employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications have obtained funding for as many as three projects.

The employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications have obtained funding for three innovative projects as part of the recent calls of the National Science Centre.

Dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz has obtained funding for the project entitled "Cross-layer design of ultra spectrally- and energy-efficient 6G system aware of radio front-end nonlinearity" for 48 months within the OPUS 21 funding scheme. Bartosz Bossy, M.Sc., received financial support for the project entitled "Fresh and Green Cellular IoT Edge Computing Networks" planned to be implemented for 36 months as part of the PRELUDIUM 20 call. Similarly, in the same call, Łukasz Kułacz, M.Sc., obtained funds for the project entitled "Radio spectrum occupancy detection using federated machine learning" scheduled to run for 24 months. Congratulations!

Created: 2021-12-01
Russell Lundberg's Lecture on 'How to Love a Career in Telecoms'
17. XI. 2021 r.

On the 17th of November, 2021, Russell Lundberg, the Director of Intelefy from the USA, will give a lecture for our students and doctoral students on "How to Love a Career in Telecoms".

On the 17th of November, 2021, Russell Lundberg, the Director of Intelefy from the USA, will give a lecture for our students and doctoral students on "How to Love a Career in Telecoms". Russell Lundberg has over 30 years of experience working in mobile technology for mobile network operators around the world (in Europe, USA and Asia), specializing in cellular systems, cost-effective telecommunications networks, operational support systems (OSS), 5G systems and open radio access networks (O-RAN). For years, he has been cooperating with Network Operations Centers (NMC) and Operational Support Systems. He worked in NMC for one of the first GSM operators, where he created operational procedures. He has worked for a number of US software companies selling network management tools and location services applications to network operators in Asia. He has held high technical positions in building a cellular network in Hawaii, including vice president of engineering. For 4 years, he served as president of the financial board of E-911 of the state of Hawaii, advising the governor of that state. He is currently a director of Intelefy LLC, helping telecommunications professionals advance their careers through the choice of information strategy, education and mentoring.

Created: 2021-11-05
Dr. Marcin Rodziewicz became the vice-champion of Poland in the M35 category at the full Ironman distance

Dr. Marcin Rodziewicz became the vice-champion of Poland in the M35 category (age category 35-39) on the full Ironman distance (3.8 km swimming, 180 km cycling race, 42.2 km running) with a sensational time of 9:16:23.

Employee of the Institute of Radiocommunication, assistant professor, dr. Marcin Rodziewicz became the vice-champion of Poland in the M35 category (age category 35-39) on the full Ironman distance (3.8 km swimming, 180 km cycling race, 42.2 km running) with a sensational time of 9:16:23. He did it during the jubilee XX. edition of the cult triathlon competition Castle Triathlon Malbork named after Bartosz Kubicki on September 5, 2021.

Moreover, on September 19, 2021, Dr. Rodziewicz took 3rd place in the general classification in the Garmin Iron Triathlon Nieporęt 2021 competition, distance 1/2 Ironman (1.9 km swimming, 90 km cycling race, 21.1 km running) with time 04: 29:51

Congratulations!

Created: 2021-09-28
AEROSPHERE 2.0. Aerocosmic Data Transmission

Headline: On September 9, in the presence of Marek Woźniak - Marshal of the Wielkopolska Province and prof. dr hab. Eng. Teofila Jesionowski - Rector of the Poznań University of Technology, an agreement was signed on financing the project entitled "AEROSPHERE 2.0. AEROCOSMIC DATA TRANSMISSION (POLYITAN) ”.

Content: On September 9, in the presence of Marek Woźniak - Marshal of the Wielkopolska Province and prof. dr hab. Eng. Teofila Jesionowski - Rector of the Poznań University of Technology, an agreement was signed on financing the project entitled "AEROSPHERE 2.0. AEROCOSMIC DATA TRANSMISSION (POLYITAN) ”. The project is financed by the Wielkopolska Regional Operational Program 2014-2020 in the amount of PLN 4.2 million (the total project value is PLN 6.9 million), which will enable the construction of a satellite communication station with LEO satellites (in low orbits) along with an image processing center satellite, located at the airport in Kąkolewo. The research and teaching base of the Institute of Radiocommunication will also be enriched with the latest measurement and research equipment, allowing for radiocommunication measurements in the frequency range up to 30 GHz, which will be used in 5th and 6th generation cellular systems.

It is worth adding that the satellite communication station under construction will probably be the first facility of its kind in Poland, being part of the R&D infrastructure of universities, which will significantly increase the scientific and research potential of Poznan University of Technology.

Created: 2021-09-09
Dr. Anna Łukowa received the first prize of the Foundation for the Development of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Techniques in the competition for the best doctoral dissertation.

Dr. Anna Łukowa received the first prize of the Foundation for the Development of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Techniques in the 19th edition of the nationwide competition for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of radiocommunication and multimedia techniques.

The 19th edition of the nationwide competition for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of radiocommunication and multimedia techniques, organized by the Foundation for the Development of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Techniques, has ended. This year, the first prize was won by dr. Anna Łukowa for the dissertation entitled "Coordinated Radio Resource Management in 5G Systems with Time Division Duplex". The supervisor of the dissertation defended on November 3, 2020 was prof. Krzysztof Wesołowski. The award ceremony took place on September 2, 2021 in Warsaw.

Congratulations!

Created: 2021-09-02
Lecture by specialists from the Lodz University of Technology on the pilot 5G network given at the seminar of the Institute of Radiocommunications

On April 8, 2021, the seminar of the Institute of Radiocommunications hosted guests from the Lodz University of Technology: prof. Sławomir Hausman and prof. Piotr Korbel, who delivered a lecture entitled "5G pilot network at the Lodz University of Technology".

On April 8, 2021, the Institute of Radiocommunications hosted prof. Sławomir Hausman and prof. Piotr Korbel from the Department of Telecommunications of the Institute of Electronics, Lodz University of Technology, who took part in our seminar, and gave a talk on "5G pilot network at the Lodz University of Technology". The presentation concerned the pilot installation of the 5G network as well as sample projects and applications that were implemented with its use. After an interesting lecture attended by 50 persons, employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications and students, the professors answered the questions of the participants. We would like to thank them for the inspiring lecture and interesting discussion.

Created: 2021-04-08
Dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the USA.

March 3, 2021 Dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz gave an invited lecture entitled "Brain-Inspired Communications for Dense IoT Networks" at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering seminar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, USA

On March 3, 2021, Dr. Paweł Kryszkiewicz gave an invited lecture entitled "Brain-Inspired Communications for Dense IoT Networks" at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering seminar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, USA. Dr. Kryszkiewicz talked about analogies between the ubiquitous Internet of Things and the paradigms observed in the human brain for communication between millions of closely spaced neurons. These similarities can be exploited in wireless networks to improve the energy efficiency of communications. During the presentation, the main features of brain communication were presented, as well as their assignment to possible solutions in wireless communication technology.

Created: 2021-03-05
Best Paper Award for Małgorzata Wasilewska, Hanna Bogucka and Adrian Kliks at EAI WiCON 2020.

The Best Paper Award of the 13th EAI International Conference on Wireless Internet Conference (EAI WiCON 2020) held on December 11-12, 2020 has been presented to Małgorzata Wasilewska, M.Sc., prof. Hanna Bogucka and prof. Adrian Kliks for their paper entitled: “Spectrum Sensing and Prediction for 5G Radio”.

On the 21st of January, 2021, the Conference Committee of the 13th EAI International Conference on Wireless Internet Conference (EAI WiCON 2020) held on December 11-12, 2020 in the cyberspace, announced that the Best Paper Award was presented to Małgorzata Wasilewska, M.Sc., prof. Hanna Bogucka and prof. Adrian Kliks for their paper entitled: “Spectrum Sensing and Prediction for 5G Radio”. The paper presents results of research conducted at the Institute of Radiocommunications within the CERTAIN project funded by the National Science Centre for Polish-Lithuanian collaboration (DAINA 1 programme).

Created: 2021-01-21
Dr. Krzysztof Cichoń presented the webinar on

Dr. Krzysztof Cichoń presented the webinar on "mmWave propagation modeling", an uptodate topic related to 5G channel modelling.

On the 16th of January, 2021, dr. Krzysztof Cichoń presented the webinar on "mmWave propagation modeling". He went through mmWave propagation basics, discussed various models (from simple to the more advanced ones), and shown live simulation and their results. The webinar was attended by over 500 participants and commented as “"The webinar with Krzysztof was terrific. A huge success!" The recording is now available at CafeTele Telecom Training web: https://courses.cafetele.com/courses/5G-mmWave.

Created: 2021-01-17
Prof. Hanna Bogucka appeared on the TOK FM radio in the program

Prof. Hanna Bogucka gave an interview on "What is green telecommunications" on radio TOK FM in the program "Human 2.0" ("Człowiek 2.0" in Polish).

January 16, 2021 prof. Hanna Bogucka appeared on TOK FM radio in the program "Human 2.0". Prof. Bogucka was interviewed by Jan Stradowski, head of the science department of the "Focus" magazine, who invites specialists in science, technology and civilization trends to discuss what the new version of Homo Sapiens - Human 2.0 - looks like today, and where is it going? Journalist Stradowski and prof. Bogucka talked about the predictions of a significant increase in energy consumption due to new technologies, how it can be remedied - what is green telecommunications and zero-energy radio, what is the future of telecommunications and the theoretical limits of radio technologies. You are invited to listen to the program as a podcast at: https://audycje.tokfm.pl/podcast/100753,Na-czego-polega-zielona-telekomunikacja

Created: 2021-01-16
Prof. Russell Hsing delivered a lecture on ''Where Technologist and Entrepreneur Meet To Stimulate Academic Spin-offs''

On December 15, 2020 prof. Russell Hsing from the USA gave a lecture on ''Where Technologist and Entrepreneur Meet To Stimulate Academic Spin-offs''

On December 15, 2020 at 15:15, prof. Russell Hsing from the USA gave a lecture for our students and staff on "Where Technologist and Entrepreneur Meet To Stimulate Academic Spin-offs". Prof. Hsing was the Executive Director of Applied Research at Bellcore / Telcordia / Ericsson (now retired), Honorary Chair Professor at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, Member of Advisory Council of Harvard Business Review USA, Visiting Professor at IIT Kanpur, India, University Beijing, China, and Arizona State University in the US. He is also a board member and advisor to the boards of start-ups and academic companies in the USA, Taiwan, Poland and Ireland.

During the lecture, prof. Hsing presented his over 35 years of industrial research and development experience in the US and 8 years in academia around the world. Using his global experience and involvement in several start-ups, he presented how to combine competences in the field of technology and management, how to use creativity, innovation and business to achieve success. He discussed the "Curiosity> Opportunity> Business Model> Risk> Management> Technology Commercialization> Money" proces of successfull business.

 

Abstarct: "Where Technologist and Entrepreneur Meet To Stimulate Academic Spin-offs"

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Created: 2020-12-08
Prof. Hanna Bogucka on the list of Top 15 Women in 5G

The Perspektywy Foundation announced the Top 15 Women in 5G list, which included prof. dr hab. Eng. Hanna Bogucka. The list was also published by Forbes.

Perspektywy announced the list of Top 15 Women in 5G, which included prof. Hanna Bogucka (https://womenintechsummit.pl/top5g) . The list and profiles of the winners were also published by Forbes, Perspektywy monthly and Wysokie Obcasy website.

The awards gala was held during the Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit 2020 conference (www.womenintechsummit.pl), 8-9 December 2020, attended annually by several thousand participants. This year, the conference was opened by the EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel.

Prof. Hanna Bogucka on the list of Top 15 Women in 5G
Created: 2020-12-07
Małgorzata Wasilewska, M.Sc. awarded for the best article by a young author at the KKRRiT 2020 conference

Małgorzata Wasilewska, M.Sc. received an award funded by ATDI for the female author of the best article presented at the National Conference on Radiocommunication, Radio- and Television Broadcasting in 2020

During the summary of the National Conference of Radiocommunication, Radio- and Television Broadcasting, held in Łódź on September 17-18, 2020, Ms. Małgorzata Wasilewska, MSc., the PhD student at the Institute of Radiocommunications, received an award funded by ATDI for the female-author of the best article presented at this conference. ATDI is a company with French roots, creator and publisher of HTZ and ICS software for radio planning, spectrum management and monitoring, a leader for 32
years in the field of military and civilian solutions. The author received the award in the form of a new laptop for the article entitled "Recurrent Neural Network for LTE Spectrum Occupation Prediction"

The award ceremony took place on October 28, 2020 during a virtual meeting of the President of ATDI Spółka z o.o. and Vice President of the ATDI group, Agnieszka Slosarska, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of KKRRiT 2020 and KSTiT 2020, dr hab. inż. Sławomir Hausmann with the laureate, MSc. Małgorzata Wasilewska and her supervisor and co-author prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka.

Created: 2020-10-06
Professor Hanna Bogucka „Polish Teleinformatics Leader” award.

The “Golden Cyborg” Award Board operating under the patronage of Telecommunication Section of the Electronics and Telecommunication Committee, Polish Academy of Sciences awarded professor Hanna Bogucka with the title of „Polish Teleinformatics Leader” and the “Golden Cyborg” Statuette.

During the opening of the multi-conference, covering the two largest national meetings of radio- and telecommunication specialists: the National Conference of Radiocommunication, Radio and Television Broadcasting (KKRRiT) and National Telecommunication and Teleinformatics Symposium (KSTiT), on the 17th of September, 2020, in Łódź, the Golden Cyborg Award ceremony was held.

Professor Hanna Bogucka received this award for scientific achievements in the field of mobile radiocommunication, high scientific and organizational recognition in the world and activity in international scientific bodies in the field of telecommunications.

This year, the Golden Cyborgs were also awarded to: Henryk Kamiński, the President of the Supervisory Board and co-owner of Sprint S.A., and dr hab. Eng. Jordi Mongay Batalla from the National Institute of Telecommunication and Warsaw University of Technology.

Golden Cyborgs have been awarded since 1998. Their laureates are personalities distinguished in the telecommunications and ICT industries, who have achieved success in the field of science or management. The statuette is a proof of recognition for the activity for the ICT industry in Poland.

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Created: 2020-09-22
RIMEDO Labs signs agreement with Poznan University of Technology

On the 31st of August, 2020 Poznan University of Technology granted RIMEDO Ltd., a startup founded by the employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications, a license for using the Know-how regarding specific algorithms applied in radio communication networks (IPRs belonging to Poznan University of Technology).

On the 31st of August, 2020 Poznan University of Technology granted RIMEDO Ltd., a startup founded by the employees of the Institute of Radiocommunications, a license for using the Know-how regarding specific algorithms applied in radio communication networks (IPRs belonging to Poznan University of Technology).

The agreement was signed by prof. dr hab inż. Tomasz Łodygowski, the Rector of Poznan University of Technology and by dr. inż. Marcin Dryjański, CEO of RIMEDO Labs. In the solemn conclusion of the agreement, some shareholders of RIMEDO Labs: prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka, dr inż. Paweł Kryszkiewicz and mgr Witold Klimas took part, as well as University representation: prof. dr hab. inż. Teofil Jesionowski, Rector of Poznan University of Technology in term 2020 - 2024, dr hab. inż. Joanna Józefowska, Vice-Rector for Research and mgr inż. Paulina Szewczyk, Director of the Technology Transfer Centre.

RIMEDO Labs is a start-up created by the employees of Poznan University of Technology with the goals of providing technical consulting and development services in the area of modern wireless communication solutions. Know-how, the subject of license agreement has been worked out by the team of researchers from the Institute of Radiocommunications as a result of long-term scientific research conducted at the University and funded by national and European funding agencies and business partners.

The granted license will allow the company for best-quality, innovative, research and development services in the free-market conditions, and for building up the specialized knowledge based on benefits coming from the science-business collaboration agreement.

Created: 2020-08-31
RIMEDO Labs, a startup company originating from the Institute of Radiocommunications

On the 15 th of June, 2020, RIMEDO Ltd. come into existence as a startup originating directly from the Institute of Radiocommunications of Poznan University of Technology. The company was created with the goals of providing technical consulting and development services, commercialization of the intellectual property resulting from projects implemented in our Institute, promotion of newest scientific findings and innovations, as well as strengthening cooperation between the Institute, its PhD students and graduate students with business environment.

On the 15 th of June, 2020, RIMEDO Ltd. come into existence as a startup originating directly from the Institute of Radiocommunications of Poznan University of Technology. The company was created with the goals of providing technical consulting and development services, commercialization of the intellectual property resulting from projects implemented in our Institute, promotion of newest scientific findings and innovations, as well as strengthening cooperation between the Institute, its PhD students and graduate students with business environment. The main area of RIMEDO Labs competences and operation are modern radiocommunication technologies: 5G and future generations of telecommunication networks and wireless solutions for humans and machines communication in the Internet of Things. You are invited to read more about RIMEDO, its operation, business model, vision and an interesting blog on newest technologies at: www.rimedolabs.com

Created: 2020-06-15
What is 5G and is it health-threatening? An expert's opinion provided by professor Krzysztof Wesołowski, Institute of Radiocommunications

Prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Wesołowski was interviewed by Benchmark.pl as an expert on the new 5G technology of mobile communications. He answered questions that are currently asked by many people: How does 5G communication work? Why is 5G better than 4G? Are 5G transmitters more powerful than in 4G? Is 5G dangerous to humans?

The entire interview is available at https://www.benchmark.pl/testy_i_recenzje/czy-trzeba-sie-bac-5g.html.
Prof. Wesołowski also gave a brief interview at Radio Poznań on a similar subject: Is 5G technology a necessity?

The podcast featuring his statement is available at: https://radiopoznan.fm/informacje/wielkopolskie-popoludnie/czy-technologia-5g-jest-koniecznoscia

Created: 2020-05-15
Institute of Radiocommunications joined 6G Flagship Initiative

Institute of Radiocommunications representatives join the international 6GFlagship initiative set on defining 6G mobile networks.

6g-flagship-logo.png Researchers from the Institute of Radiocommunications of the Faculty of Computing and Telecommunications of PUT, prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka and dr hab. inż. Adrian Kliks, have joined the international 6G Flagship initiative (https://www.oulu.fi/6gflagship/) aimed at research on next-generation mobile networks - 6G. The initiative gathers experts from various circles around the world, including scientists and representatives of business and industry, and aims to stimulate further technical development in the field of wireless communications. Currently, there is a multifaceted discussion on defining the vision of wireless communications in the year 2030. It will produce a series of over a dozen white papers presenting selected aspects of 6G mobile networks. The Polish scientists will participate in this initiative both as wireless telecommunication experts (authors of papers), and as editing assistants. For more information, please visit the website of the project's lead institution - the Oulu University in Finland (https://www.oulu.fi/6gflagship/).

Created: 2020-03-16
Paweł Kryszkiewicz, PhD, received a Senior Award scholarship from Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission

Paweł Kryszkiewicz, PhD, received in February 2020 a Senior Award scholarship from Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission in academic year 2020/2021. It covers research placement in the United States at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) for over 3.5 months.

Paweł Kryszkiewicz, PhD, received in February 2020 a Senior Award scholarship from Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission in academic year 2020/2021. It covers research placement in the United States at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) for over 3.5 months. The grant planned to start in September 2020 has been moved to the first quarter of 2021 due to the epidemiological situation. Dr Kryszkiewicz will work on multicarrier wireless communications systems abstraction for dynamic spectrum access. This research will be based on Model-Based System Engineering methodology as a result of collaboration with expert in this field, dr Shamsnaz Virani Bhada, employed at WPI.

Created: 2020-02-28
Prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka took part in high-level meetings regarding the future Horizon Europe framework programme.

On the 28th and 29th of January, 2020, prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka took part in a series of meetings of Vice-Rectors for Research from the Wielkopolska and Lubuskie regions with European Union policy-makers, which were held to discuss the perspectives, prospects and opportunities in the future Horizon Europe framework programme.

Prof. Bogucka joined a delegation of Vice-Rectors for Research from the Wielkopolska and Lubuskie regions for a series of meetings with the policy-makers of the European Commission and European Parliament, i.a., with the Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabiel, the Chair of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), Cristian-Silviu Buşoi, the President of the European Research Council (ERC), prof. Mauro Ferrari, and members of the European Parliament (including two former Polish Prime Ministers and the President of EP - prof. Jerzy Buzek and Ewa Kopacz). The discussions concerned the perspectives, prospects and opportunities in the future Horizon Europe framework programme, as well as scientific research and innovation funding. A presentation of the Horizon Europe programme is available at: https://ec.europa.eu/info/files/horizon-europe-investing-shape-our-future_en

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Created: 2020-01-31
Adrian Kliks received a prestigious scientific award from Division IV of the Polish Academy of Sciences

On 11th of December 2019, Adrian Kliks, PhD, was awarded by Division IV of the Polish Academy of Sciences for his publication series entitled "Methods for Improving Spectrum Resource Utilization in Future Wireless Networks".

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Created: 2019-12-12
Łukasz Kułacz, M.Sc., received the Best Paper Award in the Young Authors Competition

Łukasz Kułacz, M.Sc. received the Best Paper Award in the Young Authors' Competition of the Foundation for the Support of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Techniques Development.

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During the National Conference on Radiocommunication, Radio- and Television Broadcasting in 2019, Łukasz Kułacz received the Best Paper Award in the Young Authors Competition sponsored by the Foundation for the Support of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Techniques Development.

The awarded paper has been entitled: "Dense wireless network inspired by the nervous system".

Created: 2019-07-01
Prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Wesołowski has been elected the member of the Scientific Excellence Council

Prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Wesołowski has been elected the member of the Scientific Excellence Council in its first term (2019-2023) in the scientific discipline of computer engineering and telecommunications.

Prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Wesołowski has been elected the member of the Scientific Excellence Council (in Polish: Rady Doskonałości Naukowej - RDN)  in the scientific discipline of computer engineering and telecommunications. On the 1st of June 2019, RDN has officially started its four-years term. It is a new governmental institution established to assure high standards of scientific research required to accomplish scientific degrees, degrees in art and the professor title.

Created: 2019-06-15
Dr inż. Krzysztof Cichoń Wins 2nd Place in Best PhD Thesis Awards

Krzysztof Cichoń, PhD came 2nd in the contest awarding the best PhD theses.

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In the national contest awarding the best PhD theses in radiocommunications and multimedia technologies dr inż. Krzysztof Cichoń won 2nd place with his dissertation on "Reliable and Energy Efficient Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Systems". It was written under the supervision of prof. dr hab. inż. Hanna Bogucka, with auxiliary supervision of dr inż. Adrian Kliks. The award was granted by the Foundation for the Development of Radiocommunication and Multimedia Technologies and announced at the opening session of the National Conference on Radiocommunications and Broadcasting held in Gdańsk on June 20, 2018. In this year's editio of the contest, no 1st prize was awarded, only two 2nd prizes of equal rank. Congratulations!

Created: 2018-07-01
1st Prize in Young Authors' Competition

The 1st prize in the Young Authors' Competition at the 2018 National Conference on Radiocommunications and Broadcasting went to Bartosz Bossy of the Institute of Radiocommunications.

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We are proud to inform that Bartosz Bossy, an employee of the Institute of Radiocommunications of the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications of PUT, won the 1st prize in the Young Authors' Competition at the 2018 National Conference on Radiocommunicatons and Broadcasting held on June 20-22, 2018.

Created: 2018-06-30
Prof. Hanna Bogucka appeared on the TOK FM radio in the program “Human 2.0”.

Prof. Hanna Bogucka gave an interview on "What is green telecommunications" on radio TOK FM in the program “Human 2.0” (“Człowiek 2.0” in Polish).

January 16, 2021 prof. Hanna Bogucka appeared on TOK FM radio in the program “Human 2.0”. Prof. Bogucka was interviewed by Jan Stradowski, head of the science department of the "Focus" magazine, who invites specialists in science, technology and civilization trends to discuss what the new version of Homo Sapiens - Human 2.0 - looks like today, and where is it going? Journalist Stradowski and prof. Bogucka talked about the predictions of a significant increase in energy consumption due to new technologies, how it can be remedied - what is green telecommunications and zero-energy radio, what is the future of telecommunications and the theoretical limits of radio technologies. You are invited to listen to the program as a podcast at: https://audycje.tokfm.pl/podcast/100753,Na-czego-polega-zielona-telekomunikacja

Created: 0000-00-00