Date: Thursday, 17th November 2022
Time: 14:00h CET
Location: NTP-L01 (Science and Technology Park),
Naučno-Tehnološki Park, Fruškogorska 1, Novi Sad
This seminar is a physical event!
Professor, INSA, Université de Lyon,
the Head for Science with INRIA Lyon,
Scientific coordinator for the Experimental Facility FIT-CorteXlab
Title: Known limits, achievability and trends for M2M:
Towards massive, reliable and real-time communications
Abstract: In the ‘beyond 5G’ roadmap, the place taken by machine type communications (M2M) is constantly increasing, strengthening the mutation of the wireless access paradigm. Indeed critical KPIs for M2M communications are focused on reliability, latency (URLLC) and massive access. The latter is required to absorb the exponential increase of connected things, with in some cases strong reliability-latency requirements. From a general perspective, and under fixed resources and massive access, the reliability-latency duality is becoming more and more central. In this talk we review the key questions and we describe few of our recent contributions, allowing to determine fundamental limits with respect to these 3 KPIs. Our approaches exploit information theory, recent coding, decoding and decision strategies. The presentation will span recent results of the Maracas (Inria-Insa) research group, from theoretical, algorithmic and experimental complementary perspectives.
Biography: Jean-Marie Gorce (Senior Member, IEEE) received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA), Lyon, France, in 1993 and 1998, respectively. He was a Co-Founder of the Centre for Innovation, Telecommunications and Integration of Services (CITI Lab), in 2001. He was a Visiting Scholar with Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA, from 2013 to 2014. He has been the Principal Investigator of several French and European sponsored projects related to wireless networks. He is currently the Scientific Coordinator for the Experimental Facility FIT-CorteXlab. He is also a Professor with INSA, Université de Lyon and the Head for Science with INRIA Lyon. He has co-published more than 150 conference and journal articles. His research interests include wireless networking and communication theory, focusing on realistic modeling, wireless system optimization, and performance assessment considering both infrastructure-based and ad-hoc networks.