Future Networks 2nd Massive MIMO Workshop

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3-5 October 2022 |  Free & Virtual

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The IEEE Future Networks Massive MIMO Workshop aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, as well as technology decision-makers to form a vision on the use of multi-antenna and related techniques in wireless communications over the upcoming decade and beyond. The focus of the Workshop will be on the latest developments in Massive MIMO challenges and opportunities—from fundamental research, experimental results, system architecture, and applications.


Call for Speaker Proposals

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Deadline (extended): September 23, 2022
A regular presentation is 20–25 minutes, followed by about 3 minutes for questions and answers. Each proposal (maximum 2 pages) must include:

  • Title and abstract
  • A short biography (no more than 200 words) of each speaker
  • Description of the motivation, challenges and/or opportunities, relevance, and timeliness of the proposed presentation
  • Email of the contact person(s)

Past Events

2021 IEEE Future Networks Massive MIMO Workshop


Keynote Speakers

  • Dr. Brian Sadler (Army Research Laboratory)
  • Prof. Monisha Ghosh (University of Notre Dame)
  • Prof. Andrew Eckford (York University)
  • Prof. Ashutosh Sabharwal (Rice University)


Why Present at the Massive MIMO Workshop?

  • The Workshop provides a platform for academics and industry participants to timely discuss breakthrough research, future directions, and lessons learned about topics that are relevant to Massive MIMO.
  • Being under the IEEE Future Networks initiative, the Workshop is promoted within and beyond the IEEE community and reaches a worldwide audience. Future Networks workshops, seminars, podcasts, and white papers enjoy a wide circulation and attendance.
  • Streamlined proposal submission (max 2 pages) process to engage the 5G and beyond community as soon as researchers can provide solutions that impact system requirements and practitioners who can provide feedback on fundamental concepts.
  • The format of the Massive MIMO Workshop emphasizes the need to create an environment for speedy discussions and dialogues to maximize interactions for both the presenters and the audience.
  • You will help shape the direction and the focus of the future Massive MIMO Workshops in the coming years.


Topics of Interest
The Massive MIMO Workshop seeks speaker presentation proposals in the following topical areas. The topics below are not meant to be exhaustive. The Workshop welcomes proposals on related topics or other topics of interest to the Massive MIMO community.

  • Cell-free Massive MIMO
  • Single User Massive MIMO
  • Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) for Future Wireless Communications
  • Signal processing, detection, and energy efficiency
  • Massive MIMO joint radar-communications
  • THz-band Ultra Massive MIMO (UM-MIMO)
  • Massive MIMO visible light communication (VLC)
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-based base stations
  • Open radio access network (RAN) Massive MIMO
  • Coordinated Massive MIMO and RAN orchestration
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques for Massive MIMO
  • 5G/6G Cellular Systems and Heterogeneous Networks
  • 6G Ultra Massive MIMO Beamforming architectures
  • Massive MIMO and physical layer security
  • Massive MIMO measurement results and commercial deployment case studies


Organizing Committee

Chris Ng  IEEE Future Networks Massive MIMO WG
Kumar Vijay Mishra   United States Army Research Laboratory
Yiming Huo  University of Victoria
Nasir Hussain Samsung Electronics America
Harish Kumar Sahoo    Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology
Yang Miao  University of Twente
Ahmet Serdar Tan InterDigital
Suma Pannala  IEEE Future Networks Massive MIMO WG
Muhammad Imran Aslam     NED University Karachi


Contact Persons

Please direct any questions or comments to the 2nd Massive MIMO Workshop contact persons below.

Chris Ng IEEE Future Networks Massive MIMO WG    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Kumar Vijay Mishra   United States Army Research Laboratory  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.