You Won't Want to Miss this Year's Keynotes

 

Neville Meijers, Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Neville Meijers is the vice president of business development for Qualcomm Technologies Inc.. In this role, Meijers leads the continued development of the cross company cellular-based shared spectrum technologies, with a particular focus on Private LTE-based Industrial IoT Networks to serve the needs of the Industrial, Manufacturing Construction, Logistic, Mining, Oil and Gas and Transportation segments. He is a board member of the MulteFire Alliance and the Chairman of CBRS Alliance. Prior to this, Meijers led a number of different projects including the Qualcomm Small Cells business, the enablement of high quality, low cost delivery of live and non-real time media over LTE Broadcast networks and building proximity based platforms to deliver new retail and consumer use cases and business models. In 2008 Meijers joined Qualcomm as General Manager of MediaFLO International, Qualcomm's internationally focused mobile broadcast business unit.

Before joining Qualcomm, Meijers worked for Discovery Communications where he served as executive vice president of Discovery Communications' Antenna Audio, a world leader in audio and multimedia. He has held senior executive positions in the areas of corporate strategy and business development for Discovery Communications worldwide and was executive vice president and managing director for Discovery Networks Asia based out of Singapore. Meijers' background combines a wealth of technical experience and global business success in the broadcast and Internet industries from his many years in C-level executive positions with Naspers and MIH - two of the world's leading international media companies.

Meijers is a native of South Africa and earned both a master of business administration degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.  

Paul Tilghman, DARPA

Mr. Paul Tilghman joined the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in December 2014.  His research interests focus on intelligent and adaptive RF systems which combine digital signal processing, AI, and machine learning to allow autonomy in fields like wireless communications, radar, and electronic warfare. 

Prior to joining DARPA Mr. Tilghman was a senior research engineer at Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Technology Laboratories where he led programs in adaptive electronic warfare, signals intelligence, and non-cooperative geolocation.  He is a prior recipient of Lockheed Martin’s highest award, the NOVA award.

Mr. Tilghman received his B.S. in Computer Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.  

Wednesday, 15 November, Paul will present a keynote as well as a workshop: “DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge Challenges” covering topics including

- Colosseum & Infrastructure & Beyond SC2 Use
- Transitioning from concept to reality 
- Heterogeneous AI Learning & the Spectrum

 

Michael P. Wellman, University of Michigan

Michael P. Wellman is Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan. He received a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1988 for his work in qualitative probabilistic reasoning and decision-theoretic planning. From 1988 to 1992, Wellman conducted research in these areas at the USAF’s Wright Laboratory. For the past 25 years, his research has focused on computational market mechanisms and game-theoretic reasoning methods, with applications in electronic commerce, finance, and cyber-security. As Chief Market Technologist for TradingDynamics, Inc., he designed configurable auction technology for dynamic business-to-business commerce. Wellman previously served as Chair of the ACM Special Interest Group on Electronic Commerce (SIGecom), and as Executive Editor of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research. He is a Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and the Association for Computing Machinery.

Dr. Wellman will present a keynote on Wednesday titled "Collaborative Intelligent Radios as a Multiagent System".

 


Why you should attend:

  • If you are a researcher or developer working on software defined radio and cognitive radio technologies, seeking industry recognition for your current work and feedback/funding on next steps, SDR-WInnComm provides access to Radio Manufacturers, System Integrators, Procurement Authorities and End User Representatives in commercial, civil and defense markets seeking SDR and CR technology solutions to emerging wireless communications requirements;
  • If you are a radio manufacturers, system integrator, procurement authority or end user, seeking SDR and CR technology solutions to emerging wireless communications requirements , SDR-WInnComm provides access to information on the latest in SDR and CR technologies from leading researchers and developers; 
  • If you are in sales and marketing seeking new contacts and exposure for your company and/or product, SDR-WInnComm provides the premier venue to interact with your targeted customer base, see what your competition is doing and stay abreast of all the newest software defined radio (SDR), cognitive radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum access (DSA) technologies.
Who attended: 
  • Researchers and Technology Developers (~48% of Last Year Attendees) 
  • Equipment Manufacturers, Network Providers and Other Acquisition Authorities (~52% of Lat Year Attendees)
  • Investors, Regulators and Analysts

 What you get for coming: 

  • Networking opportunities with leaders in the advanced wireless community who can help you in advancing your organizations objectives
  • Access to over 100 papers, presentations and tutorials providing updates on the latest advances in software defined radio (SDR), cognitive radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum access (DSA) technologies
  • Insight into new products and services being offered at all levels of the wireless value chain to address your specific requirements 
  • Updates on market requirements and changes in regulation that could impact your organization in the next 12 months and beyond.T make your tutorial submission, click below:

"WInnComm is an excellent place for academics to meet industry leaders to understand their critical problems and to present research ideas to leaders that can implement their ideas. The event also provides the opportunity to build relationships with industry leaders that can transition technology from the lab into successful products."

 -- Dr. Jeffrey Reed, Virginia Tech


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"Excellent range of topics, talks, and opportunities to network.”

— Keith Nolan, CTVR


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