UCL Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering


IEEE ComSoc-SPS Joint Workshop on Integrated Sensing and Communication

17 May 2024, 9:00 am–4:45 pm

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Join us for the first Workshop of the IEEE Emerging Technology Initiative on ISAC on the 17th of May 2024 at University College London. The one-day workshop consists of several invited talks and a panel discussion.

Event Information

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Christos Masouros


Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre
Roberts Building, UCL
United Kingdom

The workshop, organised by IEEE ComSoc ISAC-ETI and IEEE SPS ISAC-TWG, will feature insightful talks and discussions by renowned experts in the field on 17th May. 

Attendees may join in person or via Zoom. The event will include:

Invited Talks: distinguished speakers will explore various aspects of integrated sensing and communication, offering valuable insights into the future of wireless technology.

Panel Discussion: engage with industry leaders in a stimulating panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities in ISAC and 6G technologies.

Networking: connect with fellow professionals and researchers in the field of wireless communications.

Speakers and Topics

Prof Fan Liu (Southern University of Science and Technology, China) - Random Signal Processing for ISAC

Prof Stefano Buzzi (University of Cassino and Lazio Meridionale, Italy) - Scalability and Implementation Aspects of ISAC with Cell-Free Distributed MIMO Network Deployments

Prof Bruno Clerckx (Imperial College London, UK) - Beyond Diagonal Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces: A Next Frontier for Smart Radio Environment

Dr Alain Mourad (InterDigital Communications Inc., UK) - Overview of ETSI ISAC ISG

Prof Sofie Pollin (KU Leuven, Belgium) - Massive Integrated Communication and Sensing

Prof Matthew Ritchie (University College London, UK) - Radar-Centric Approach to Practical Experimentation of ISAC Waveforms

Maria Sabrina Greco - Cognitive Radar Techniques for ISAC 

Don't miss this opportunity to explore the latest developments in integrated sensing and communication. For more information, please see the IEEE Communications Society website.