Date: 7 – 11 October 2019
Location: Moscow, Russia
Venue: RUDN University
Organisers: Konstantin Samouylov (RUDN Univ., Russia), Silvia Ruiz Boqué (UPC, Spain), Hamed Ahmadi (Univ. Essex, United Kingdom), Luis M. Correia (IST – University of Lisbon, Portugal)
The Training School features a program of lectures delivered by leading experts in the area of 5G networks, from both academia and industry. The objective of the School is to give attendees a global view, with an insight into some specific aspects, on research in key features of the emerging 5G technologies from the networking perspective, addressing models, architectures and applications. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in stimulating discussions with lecturers, obtain useful feedback, and initiate new collaborations. Lectures will provide the background on 5G wireless communications networks concepts, ranging from the more fundamental ones related to concepts and mathematical modelling to experimental and applied ones connected to the incoming standardisation features.
The School is aimed at Ph.D. students, targeting COST institutions participating in Action CA15104 (IRACON), but open to other institutions as well. Moreover, participation is also open to other researchers and students, who actively work on or are interested in future mobile networks.
- Andres Gonzalvez, Telenor, NO
- Carles Antón-Haro, CTTC, ES
- David Calligaris, Huawei, DE
- Fedor Chernogorov, Ericsson, FI
- Hamed Ahmadi, Univ. Essex, UK
- Konstantin Samouylov, RUDN Univ., RU
- Luis M. Correia, IST – Univ. Lisbon, PT
- Roberto Verdone, Univ. Bologna, IT
- Silvia Ruiz, UPC – Polytechnic Univ. Catalonia, ES
- Yuliya Gaidamaka, RUDN Univ., RU
Deadline: 27 Sep 2019
The number of trainees is limited, you should register as soon as possible
To register, please fill out the form below and send an electronic copy to Daria Ostrikova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The registration fees cover electronic copy of presentations, coffee breaks, lunches, a city tour and a gala dinner, but no other expenses, such as accommodation or transportation. They are as follows:
- 150 €: Students
- 175 €: Academic employees
- 200 €: Industry or other institutions employees
Fees can be paid via one of the following options:
BANK TRANSFER, until 27 Sep 2019:
Account Holder: Euracon, AISBL, Avenue Georges Lemaitre 4-6, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Bank name: BNP Paribas Fortis NV (Louvain-la-Neuve)
Bank address: Place de l’Université 6, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
IBAN: BE84 0016 9348 0459
SWIFT-BIC code: GEBABEBB
REFERENCE: [Your first name] [Your last name], registration at IRACON 8th TS Moscow
PAYPAL, until 27 Sep 2019:
EURACON accepts PayPal payments by adding 3% + € 0,35 for transaction fees.
To use the online payment, please send an email with subject “EURACON Online Payment – 8th Training School Moscow” to email@example.com
You will then receive an email from PayPal including the invoice and the payment instructions.
Please note that PayPal accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or PayPal account payments, a PayPal account not being required for online credit card payments.
CASH ON SITE, until 7 Oct 2019
COST CA15104 (IRACON) offers a limited number of grants, with priority given to PhD students and ECIs, to attend the Training School.
The grants, up to 450 € each, are meant as a contribution to the expenses and do not cover all the costs.
Grants will be transferred after the school, so those that are awarded a grant must register and pay the fees prior to the school start, in regular conditions.
- Subject: IRACON 8th TS – Grant Application
- Applicant’s Name, Affiliation and Country
- Applicant’s career status: PhD Student, PostDoc, Research Assistant, Industry Researcher, …
- Applicant’s CV in attachment
- 26 Aug 2019: applications open
- 06 Sep 2019: applications close
- 13 Sep 2019: notification of acceptance
Applications received before Aug 26 will not be considered!