Title: On the Road to Pareto-Optimal Joint Sensing and
Communication: Would this Become the 6G Killer Application?
Abstract: Thanks to the spectacular advances in signal processing and nano-technology, five wireless generations have been conceived over the past five decades. Whilst the 5G systems are being rolled out, the momentum of developing the 6G systems is growing and there is an ongoing debate as to what the next ’killer-application’ is likely to be - could it be joint communications and sensing? Based on the recent treatise entitled “Joint Radar and Communication Design: Applications, State-of-the-Art, and the Road Ahead” TCOM, by Fan Liu, Christos Masouros, Athina P. Petropulu, Hugh Griffiths anad Lajos Hanzo this overview will highlight some of the associated design options and challenges, complemented by potential application scenarios. A range of other design aspect will also be discussed.
Lajos Hanzo is from
University of Southampton
in UK. He is a Fellow of
the Royal Academy of
Engineering, FIEEE, FIET,
Fellow of EURASIP and a
Foreign Member of the
Hungarian Academy of
Sciences. He was bestowed
upon the IEEE Eric Sumner
Technical Field Award.
He received his Master degree and Doctorate in 1976 and 1983, respectively from the Technical University (TU) of Budapest. He was also awarded the Doctor of Sciences (DSc) degree by the University of Southampton (2004) and Honorary Doctorates by the TU of Budapest (2009) and by the University of Edinburgh (2015).
He is a former Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Press. He has served several terms as Governor of both IEEE ComSoc and of VTS.
He has published 2000+ contributions at IEEE Xplore, 19 Wiley-IEEE Press books and has helped the fast-track career of 123 PhD students. Over 40 of them are Professors at various stages of their careers in academia and many of them are leading scientists in the wireless industry.
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Bio: Qingfu Zhang is Chair Professor of Computational Intelligence at the Department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong. His main research interests include evolutionary computation, optimization, neural networks, data analysis, and their applications. Professor Zhang is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation and the IEEE Transactions Cybernetics. MOEA/D, a multiobjective optimization algorithm developed by him and his students, is one of the two most used multiobjective optimization framework. He was awarded the 2010 IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation Outstanding Paper Award. He has been in the list of SCI highly cited researchers for five consecutive years, from 2016 to 2020. He is an IEEE fellow.
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