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Monday 5 June
11:45 - 12:45
1:
5th Generation Wireless – Where is That Going and What’s in it for me?
Organizer: 
Oren Eliezer, Brian Floyd, Bodhisatwa Sadhu
Organizer organization: 
PHAZR, North Carolina State Univ., IBM Corp.
Abstract: 
A panel of 5 experts from the industry and academia will debate different challenges associated with the development and deployment of 5th generation wireless systems; when and how the advancements in technologies such as massive MIMO, beamforming, phased arrays, and millimeter wave ICs will allow such systems to reach their performance and cost targets; and, of course, how will all that impact us, the community of RF engineers and end users.
Location: 
HCC, Room 316C
Tuesday 6 June
11:45 - 12:45
2:
Who Wants to be a Millimeterwavionaire?
Organizer: 
Earl McCune, Sherry Hess, Bodhisatwa Sadhu, Oren Eliezer
Organizer organization: 
Eridan Communications, AWR Corp., IBM Research, PHAZR
Abstract: 
Two teams of contestants, including preselected and randomly selected contestants from the audience, will compete in answering questions on RF and microwave theory and history, including IMS/RFIC conference trivia.  Prizes will be awarded to the contestants, as well as to others in the audience who may be called upon for answers.  Bring your lunch and be prepared for a great deal of entertainment and a little bit of learning too!

Contestants:    
You’ll find out when you get there!   Maybe you will be one of them?
Location: 
HCC, Room 316C