Samsung Electronics has planned to host its first-ever Samsung 6G Forum.
Online registration for the upcoming event has begun from April 13 to May 13, 2022.
“We are excited to host our first forum solely dedicated to sharing knowledge and insights on the 6G technology and to spreading our vision,” said Sebastian Seung, President and Head of Samsung Research. “In addition to the Samsung AI Forum and the Samsung Security Tech Forum we hold every year as ‘Samsung Tech Forum’, this new Samsung 6G Forum will further strengthen our position within the field. We look forward to discussing related key topics with colleagues, experts, and anyone interested in the next-generation communications technology.”
Under the theme of ‘The Next Hyper-Connected Experience for All.’, the Samsung 6G Forum will bring together leading global experts from academia and industry in the area of next-generation communications technologies to discuss in-depth the future of the technologies that will drive significant changes across the board by 2030.
The forum will be divided into two sessions and broadcast live online via Samsung’s YouTube channel. Each session will consist of talks by the participating experts, followed by a panel discussion.
Anyone interested in the forum is encouraged to visit the event website to register online from April 13 to May 13.
Email notifications will be sent out for event schedule updates, and registered participants may leave questions on the website before each session.
Samsung Research, acting as Samsung Electronics’ advanced R&D hub, leads the development of future technologies for the company’s DX (Device eXperience) Division.
The morning session will begin with opening remarks by Sebastian Seung, President and Head of Samsung Research.
The afternoon session, under the theme ‘Intelligent Network for 6G,’ will invite Tarik Taleb, Professor at University of Oulu, Finland; SeungJoo Maeng, Master at Networks Business, Samsung Electronics; Byonghyo Shim, Professor at Seoul National University; and Shi Jin, Professor at Southeast University, China to give talks on Intelligent Network for 6G.