Technical talk on Reconfigurable Intelligent and Holographic Surfaces for Wireless Communications
Greetings from IEEE VTS Madras Section Chapter!!!
The IEEE VTS Madras Section Chapter has come up with another flagship Technical Talk under Wireless Communications titled “Reconfigurable Intelligent and Holographic Surfaces for Wireless Communications” by Dr Marco Di Renzo, CNRS Research Director, Paris on 01st December 2022 at 09.30AM (IST) through virtual Mode. Inviting the members who are doing research in Wireless communications, to be a part of the event being organized by the internationally recognised community.
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Make yourself available on 01st December 2022 @ 09.30AM (IST)
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Title: Reconfigurable Intelligent and Holographic Surfaces for Wireless Communications
Marco Di Renzo
CNRS Research Director (Professor)
Head, Intelligent Physical Communications Group
L2S-CentraleSupelec, Paris-Saclay University
Abstract: A Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface (RIS) is a planar structure that is engineered to have properties that enable the dynamic control of the electromagnetic waves. In wireless communications and networks, RISs are an emerging technology for realizing programmable and reconfigurable wireless propagation environments through nearly passive and tunable signal transformations. RIS-assisted programmable wireless environments are a multidisciplinary research endeavor. This presentation is aimed to report the latest research advances on modeling, analyzing, and optimizing RISs for wireless communications with focus on electromagnetically consistent models, analytical frameworks, and optimization algorithms. In addition, the interplay between RISs and holographic surface-based transceivers will be discussed with focus on near-field communications in line-of-sight channels.
Speaker Profile: Marco Di Renzo is a CNRS Research Director (Professor) and the Head of the Intelligent Physical Communications in the Laboratory of Signals and Systems at Paris-Saclay University – CNRS and CentraleSupelec. He serves as the Coordinator of the Communications and Networks Area of the Laboratory of Excellence DigiCosme, and as a Member of the Admission and Evaluation Committee of the Ph.D. School of Paris-Saclay University. He is a Fulbright Fellow at City University of New York, USA; a Fellow of IEEE, IET, AAIA, Vebleo; an Ordinary Member of EASA and the Academia Europaea; and a Highly Cited Researcher. He received the 2022 Michel Monpetit Prize from the French Academy of Sciences. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Communications Letters.