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The path to 6G

A lecture on Telecommunication Networks on its path to 6G


This talk discusses challenges and possible solutions from a networking perspective for creating a view on how 6G features are forming. 

The talk outlines how 6G will include a native AI approach to its network management and operation to easing the complexity of future network of networks and where Intelligent Multi Access Technologies are deployed. 

6G networks will support dynamic adaptation and  and sensing to the environment and be responsive to services delivered by the networks to the subscriber .   


Amin Emami
Cellular and Cloud Network Specialist, Smart Internet lab, University of Bristol

Amin is a experienced professional with a proven track record in networking, cloud, and infrastructure virtualisation as well as 5G networks offering 18 years of both academic and industrial experience.

His strong technical and practical skills as well as interpersonal skills, enables him to have direct contribution and collaboration on a wide range of UK national projects such as 5G Smart Tourism, REASON, UKTIN and European Horizon 2020 projects such as 5G-PICTURE, METRO-HAUL, 5G-VICTORI, and 5G-CLARITY within the Smart Internet Lab at University of Bristol. 

6G Poster

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Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

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02 Jul 2024 

6:30pm - 8:30pm

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  • Swindon Local Network

Registration information

This event is free to attend and is open to the public.


Reasons to attend

Amin describes some of the challenges and possible solutions from a networking perspective and helps delegates understand the complexities involved. 


The Deanery CE Academy School

Peglars Way, Wichelstowe

United Kingdom


18:30 - Light Refreshment & Networking 

19:00 - Lecture Start

20:30 - Close



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Free of charge