In this course students will learn the fundamental knowledge on information theory and coding theory, where almost all current information technologies are rooted from. The lecture will also explore the basic knowledge required for future applications in 5G networks and beyond.
Students will learn the fundamental knowledge on information theory and coding theory, where almost all current information technologies are rooted from. The lecture will also explore the basic knowledge required for future applications in 5G networks and beyond.
• Basic Coding Theory for 5G Technology and Research Opportunities
• MIMO Communications: Fundamental Limits and Applications
• Coding and detection for fiber-optic channels
• 5G Applications and Research Opportunities
• Best Practice on 5G Business Regulation & Standardization: Lesson Learned from Japan
• Participants understood the principle of error correction coding in communications
• Participants understood Polar codes and LDPC codes.
• Participants understood the random access for IoT with network coding.
• Participants can demonstrate how the coding works.
• To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of fundamentals of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communications
• To develop a critical thinking in understanding the MIMO principles of MIMO and evaluating its potential through the capacity analysis of MIMO systems.
• To understand and synthesize the potential direction of MIMO research for 5G networks and beyond
• Optical communication channel characteristics in general (multi-mode, single-mode fibers, different dispersion effects, incoherent/coherent communications, historic perspective),
• LDPC channel coding (in particular spatially coupled codes), using, e.g., EXIT chart techniques
• Understanding the major application or use-case of Ultra Reliable Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks for 5G and IoT/M2M
• Understanding technical requirements and international standardization of Ultra Reliable Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks for 5G and IoT/M2M
• Understanding the regulatory and business model of Ultra Reliable Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks for 5G and IoT/M2M
This course of lectures will provide Best Practice on 5G Business Regulation & • Standardization: Lesson Learned from Japan
• Improving research methods and results from the expert feedback
Here is the schedule plan Schedule Plan of Summer School for Coding Theory & Signal Processing in 5G Era
1. What is the course? and how long the course will be? 📄
* The course mainly discussing about Coding Theory & Signal Processing. The duration is 5 days from 30 July – 4 August 2018.
2. Who gives the lecture?👨🏫
* Five world-class professors and experienced researchers and government.
3. Who should participate in this summer school?🧑
* Researchers, students, professional, government, etc.
4. What are the facilities?📦
* Summer School Kit
* 5 Modules from each lecturer.
* T-Shirt of CODERA 2018.
* Bag of CODERA 2018.
5. What are the benefits in this Summer School? 💡
* Inspirations and ideas for your research, thesis, dissertation and business.
* Research plan consultation.
* Learning new algorithms and methods to improve the performance in any devices.
* Insights of new business and applications in 5G era.
6. Are lunch and coffee break provided? ☕
* Yes, lunch, snack, and coffee/tea will 3 provided for each day.
7. What about the accommodation?🚌
* For the participant choosing full packet or limited packet will get a room at Grand Asrilia Hotel. Bus from hotel to campus will be provided.
*For the participant choosing “course only”, please arrange accommodation and transportation by your self.