Physical events are definitely back. After some months of moving back to normal, we are moving now at a pre-pandemic speed in the events arena. While a mixture of virtual-presence events is now the new reality, SPATIAL is happy to announce we will be attending the EUCNC and 6G Summit 2022 in Grenoble, France in a few weeks

The event will happen in Grenoble, France from the 7th to the 10th of June. It will gather around 1300 delegates from the scientific and industrial communities around the topics of 6G, Smart Networks or Connectivity. The agenda will be made available by the end of May.

The 2022 Joint EuCNC & 6G Summit builds on putting together two successful conferences in the area of telecommunications: EuCNC, in its 31st edition of a series, supported by the European Commission; the 6G Summit, in its 4th edition, originated from the 6G Flagship programme in Finland, one of the very first in its area.  The conference is sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP), and supported by the European Commission.  The conference addresses various aspects of Beyond 5G communications systems and networks and looks already into 6G matters.  It brings together cutting-edge research and world-renown industries and businesses, globally attracting in the last years more than 1300 delegates from more than 40 countries all over the world, to present and discuss the latest results, and an exhibition with more than 70 exhibitors, for demonstrating the technology developed in the area, namely within research projects from EU R&I programmes.

SPATIAL will be present thanks to our partner, University City Dublin, UCD and Dr Madhusanka Liyanake who will present two accepted papers named “Robust and Resilient Federated Learning for Securing Future Networks” and “Federated Learning based Anomaly Detection as an Enabler for Securing Network and Service Management Automation in Beyond 5G Networks”.

Our dissemination, partner, AUSTRALO, will also attend the event, in what we expect is a major milestone for the scientific community in the field of  connectivity and smart networks.

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