My talk starts at 1:09:40 and runs through 1:46:24.
I participated on an industry panel on How to Secure Future Communication Networks. I’ve got this picture from it..
Panel discussion on 6G research priorities: moderated by Eric Burger with Profs. Jeff Reed, Tommaso Melodia, and Nick Laneman.
8 February 2022 A discussion of the state of testbeds, what our goals were from a White House perspective, and what the Next G Alliance is doing to foster a strong North American testbed ecosystem. https://futurenetworks.ieee.org/conferences/fn-testbed-workshop The recording to the second day is here. Apologies as Zoom requires registration to access the archive.
Computer Science in a Time of Transformation – panel with:Eric Burger (Georgetown University)Mar Hicks (Illinois Institute of Technology)Bing Liu (University of Illinois at Chicago)Plamen Petrov (CTO, Hydrogen Health)Heather Zheng (University of Chicago) Moderator: Larry Birnbaum (Northwestern University) October 14, 2021
Getting reliable, high-speed connectivity continues to be a challenge for enterprises, but things are changing! Private-sector innovation and government support are working to advance America’s longtime leadership in wireless technologies. Spectrum sharing initiatives like CBRS are disruptive, DoD’s investment in 5G testbeds is promising, and the recent decision by FCC to break free 100 MHz… Continue reading KAIROS Pulse: Advancing America’s Leadership Through 5G & 6G Innovation
Blocking Notification, Robocall Mitigation Database, and Other Hot Issues: Big discussion on RFC 8688 and the FCC’s mandate to implement it, the robocall mitigation database, and other topics. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3239119889964286733 (you need to register to download the content)
STIR/SHAKEN and the World: Perspectives from the U.S. and UK – a free discussion one US experiences, UK experiences, lessons learned, and challenges ahead. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4446892731144990991 (you need to get past the registration page to download the content)
Prof. Keith Hampton’s readout on Michigan’s experience teasing out the homework gap vs. a technology gap, followed by Bryan Darr on Ookla’s measurements to show where there really is not service. I start at about minute 36, talking about how the US government addresses the digital divide, broadband mapping issues, and how the FCC is… Continue reading IEEE CQR 2021 Panel on Equity and User Experience