• Botanical Gardens
    Botanical Gardens
  • Firth Court
    Firth Court
  • Ladybower
  • Student Union
    Student Union
  • Weston Park
    Weston Park

About The Workshop

5G is fast becoming a tangible technology with first deployments being prepared and the standard taking a clear shape. However, with new ambitious goals and high data rates of 5G, energy issues are now more important than ever.

Focusing on energy efficiency in 5G, Next-GWiN 2018 will bring together distinguished speakers, from various academic and industrial institutions, and practicing researchers. The workshop is targeted at novice and experienced researchers, PhD students, and R&D engineers from diverse fields with interests in energy efficient communications. Building on the experience of previous Next-GWiN conferences, our programme for Next-GWiN 2018 will continue to provide an in depth and rich exchange of research findings and views in what is a rapidly evolving field of research.

The two-day program comprises a combination of keynotes, invited talks, panel discussions, and a student session. Next-GWiN 2018 addresses research advances relevant to energy efficiency for next generation networks, as well as next generation networks for energy efficiency, with a primary emphasis on wireless networking. Focus is on the following cutting edge topics:

  • Energy efficiency in 5G
  • AI in wireless networks
  • Green IoT
  • Energy harvesting and wireless power transfer
  • Connected and autonomous vehicles (Moving networks)
  • New frontiers in green communications


ECTS Credits

PhD students will have the opportunity to receive up to 3 ECTS Credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System)—subject to approval by their home institution—by completing a graded assignment.

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