Global COE International Symposium
- The International Workshop on Millimeter Wave Wireless Technology and Applications -
December 6, 2010, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Date: December 6, 2010
Venue: Tokyo Tech Front (TTF), Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
(in front of Ookayama station)
Workshop Registration: Free (Pre-registration required)
The International Workshop on Millimeter Wave Wireless Technology and Applications sponsored by Global COE Program “Photonics Integration- Core Electronics (PICE)”, Tokyo Institute of Technology will be held on December 6, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. It is technically sponsored by IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, IEEE SSCS Japan/Kansai Chapter, IEEE AP-S Japan/Nagoya/Kansai Chapter, IEEE MTTS Japan/ Nagoya/Kansai Chapter and APMC2010, IEICE technical committees of ICD and MW. It is in cooperation with Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC). Student Program is co-sponsored by GCOE/Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology and IEEE MTT/AP Singapore Chapter.
The workshop will provide an overview of the state of the art millimeter wave wireless technologies and applications, in the areas of antennas, devices, components, circuits, signal processing and systems, with the aim of fostering exchange of ideas between the people from academy and industries.
Based upon the downscaling of silicon technologies, highly integrated millimeter wave systems with the reduced cost and increased functionality will be available for consumer mass applications. As a result, attractive services using millimeter wave such as the high bit-rate wireless last one mile access and the multi-gigabit/s low-cost wireless links for home, become in reality.
For realizing millimeter wave systems with high potential on market, a 5-year
project named “RF Coexisting Technology on High Speed Baseband IC for
Millimeter Wave Radio Systems” (FY2007 - FY2011) is promoted in Tokyo
Institute of Technology, which is supported by MIC funding as well as Industry’s
participation. The objective of this project is to
develop high speed baseband CMOS-IC together with the associated technologies mentioned above, for outdoor and indoor millimeter wave radio communication systems beyond Giga bit/s. The model network has been constructed in Tokyo Tech Ookayama campus for testing the outdoor system as the entrance link between mobile base stations.
The oral session consists of two components. The invited talks by world’s
leading scientists cover the state of the art highlighting the latest developments
in millimeter wave technologies, where the future directions of researches in
Asia Pacific Countries are also discussed. The current results of the project
“RF Coexisting Technology on High Speed Baseband IC for
Millimeter Wave Radio Systems ” will also be introduced by the project members.
This workshop is one of the series of G-COE program in Tokyo Tech and includes poster presentations by the PhD students about the related topics in wireless technology.
The workshop will be held just one day before Asia Pacific Microwave Conference 2010 (APMC2010; 7-10 Dec.) in nearby Yokohama, which includes related topics of millimeter waves, so that many of the workshop participants may enjoy a combined stay for attending both meetings.
Poster and Materials
Sessions and Speakers (tentative schedule as of September 17, 2010)
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(8:50-9:00) Prof. Makoto Ando (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Session 1: Key Note Speech (Kuramae Hall)
(9:00-9:20) Prof. Makoto Ando (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
(9:20-9:40) Prof. Akira Matsuzawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
(9:40-10:15) Prof. Asad Abidi (UCLA, USA)
Session 2: Research and Development in the World (Kuramae Hall)
(10:35-11:10) Prof. Roberto Sorrentino (Univ. Perugia, Italy)
(11:10-11:45) Prof. Shuzo Kato (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
(11:45-12:20) Prof. Wei Hong (Southeast Univ., China)
(12:20-13:40) Lunch and Poster Session (Royal Blue Hall)
Session 3: Millimeter-wave Communication Systems (Kuramae Hall)
(13:40-14:15) Ph.D Yorgos Palaskas (Intel, USA)
(14:15-14:50) Prof. Shiban K. Koul (IIT Delhi, India)
(14:50-15:15) Mr. Fumio Ozawa (JRC, Japan)
(15:15-15:40) Dr. Makoto Noda (Sony, Japan)
Session 4: Constituent Technologies (Kuramae Hall)
(16:00-16:35) Dr. Sohrab Emami (SiBEAM, USA)
(16:35-17:10) Prof. Jri Lee (National Taiwan Univ., Taiwan)
(17:10-17:45) Dr. Duixian Liu (IBM Watson, USA)
(17:45-18:05) Prof. Jiro Hirokawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
(18:05-18:25) Prof. Kenichi Okada (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
(18:25-18:45) Dr. Satoshi Suyama (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
(18:45-19:00) Prof. Makoto Ando (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Advanced registration is closed.
Please fill in the registration form (reg_form.xls; Microsoft Excel 2003) and bring it to on site registration desk.
Venue: Tokyo Tech Front (TTF), Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1 Ookayama,
Meguro, Tokyo, Japan
(in front of Ookayama station)
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Transportation between Oookayama (Workshop site) and APMC2010 site: access_mmw-ws_apmc.pdf
Makoto Ando, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Akira Matsuzawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Chair: Hiroshi Suzuki, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kei Sakaguchi, Jiro Hirokawa, Kenichi Okada, Masaya Miyahara,
Satoshi Suyama, Makoto Noda, Takuichi Hirano, Yoshinari Koyama,
Miao Zhang, Ryosuke Suga, Toshikazu Hori, Hiroyuki Arai, Koichi Ogawa
Chair: Kenkichi Hirade
Kiyomichi Araki, Toru Taniguchi, Keiji Fukuzawa, Koji Matsunaga,
Yasutake Hirachi, Izumi Kurosawa, Fumio Koyama, Masayuki Izutsu
Chair: Iwao Matsumoto,
Yoshinao Iwamoto, Akane Saito, Moto Sugano, Chikako Yoshida
APMC Representative: Kiyomichi Araki
If you have any questions, please e-mail mmw-ws-inquiryantenna.ee.titech.ac.jp (An image is used for "@" to avoid spam mails).
Tokyo Institute of Technology, in the framework of Global COE Program - Photonics Integration-Core Electronics (PICE) -
Technically sponsored by
IEEE AP-S, IEEE AP-S Japan/Nagoya/Kansai Chapters, IEEE MTT-S Japan/Nagoya/Kansai Chapters, IEEE SSCS Japan/Kansai Chapters, IEEE MTT/AP Singapore Chapter, APMC2010, IEICE technical committees of ICD and MW
In coorperation with
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)