The first EU Summer School on 5G Connected Automated Mobility calls for young students and researchersMobile World Capital Barcelona
It will be hosted by EURECOM in Sophia-Antipolis (France) on 23-24 May
The first Summer School on challenges and technologies for a 5G Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) across Europe is calling for young researchers and undergrad students to apply to participate in the Poster Sessions. It is a unique opportunity for them to get insights on challenges of 5G for CAM in cross-border scenarios from senior researchers from academic or industrial background.
Organised by two major EU-supported Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) projects, 5GCroCo and 5G-ROUTES, it will be hosted by EURECOM in Sophia-Antipolis (France) on 23-24 May 2022, although participation may be in person or virtual.
In this context, extended abstracts for Poster Sessions are intended for the presentation of initial or consolidated results of young researchers (master or PhD students) that will be held during the first day of the Summer School in a 2 hour slot.
Scope and format of the abstracts for the Poster Sessions
Extended abstracts for Poster Sessions should be related to the following topics, although not limited to as long as it related to 5G challenges related to Connected Automated Mobility (CAM):
- 5G technologies (positioning, QoS prediction, V2X, MEC).
- Security and Privacy.
- AI/ML technologies.
- Feedback from 5G prototyping and Field Operational Tests related.
- Cross-protocol, cross-technology, cross-operator, cross-stakeholders and cross-border enablers.
- AR/VR, tactile technologies.
- HD-mapping and sensor technologies.
The abstracts have to be formatted in a free form (A4/US Letter format) in .pdf, be one page long, including figures and references, and be submitted from the 5G-X-EU website on 2 May.
After being reviewed by the Summer School Scientific Committee, the notification of acceptance will be published on 9 May. Other important date is 16 May, the registration deadline.
- Jérôme Härri – EURECOM, France.
- Yannick Le Moullec – TalTech, Estonia.
- David Pubill, CTTC, Spain.