Dr. Qi Bi is Chief Expert of China Telecom and CTO of China Telecom Research Institute. His interests focus on 5G and 6G innovations, and he holds 47 U.S. patents, 63 European patents, and 65 Chinese patents. In this keynote lecture, he will talk about the power and technology of wireless connections and the digital economy's impacts.
Just in half a century, network connections have progressed from equipment for occasional use to technology that one cannot live without. With the massive deployment of 5G worldwide, similar impacts that we witnessed in our daily lives will now be extended to many disciplines and industries. A digital economy fueled by wireless communications will be a dominant force for growth for decades to come. Understanding the power and technology of wireless connections and the digital economy's impacts could be a shortcut for future success across many traditional fields.
In this talk, we will summarize the wireless communications trends and explain the technologies in plain language. The goal of this lecture is to help you capture the power of the wireless networks so that you could integrate the fields of your interests into part of the digital economy for future growth and success.
Dr. Qi Bi is Chief Expert of China Telecom and CTO of China Telecom Research Institute. His areas of interest focus on 5G and 6G innovations regarding technologies, standards, and trials in China Telecom. Previously, Dr. Bi worked at Bell Labs for 20+ years and was awarded the prestigious Bell Labs Fellow in 2002. Other awards included Bell Labs President's Gold Awards in 2000 & 2002, the Bell Labs Innovation Team Award in 2003, and Asian American Engineer of the Year in 2005. He is an IEEE Fellow and served as a member of the IEEE evaluation committee for IEEE's communication society. Dr. Bi received his M.S. from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University. He holds 47 U.S. patents, 63 European patents, and 65 Chinese patents. While in China Telecom, one of his 4G innovation projects resulted in successful deployment in 75% of China Telecom's markets and won the GTB Innovation Award at London in 2014.
No resources found.
No links found.