5G And Beyond Technology

5G Technology: Challenges & Innovations
December 24, 2019
Program Assessment for Curriculum Improvement
December 24, 2019

Faculty: TIU – Rectorate
Department: TIU – IT Services Unit & Research Center
The workshop in brief:

Technologies for 5G and future generations of connectivity, when deployed in the 2020s, will provide higher bandwidth and lower latency than current-generation 4G technology. “5G and Beyond” will enable bandwidth in excess of 100s of Megabits per second (Mb/s) with a latency of less than 1 millisecond (ms), as well as provide connectivity to billions of devices. Most importantly, these technologies are expected to enable fundamentally new applications that will transform the way humanity lives, works, and engages with its environment. The members and societies recognize the disruptive nature of technologies enabling the 5G and Beyond vision, as well as the substantial technical barriers to its realization.

Tishk University through Research center and IT Services Unit, pave the road map to open continues discussions, meetings,  workshops, conferences, with the ministry of communication in Kurdistan, and Iraq, ministry of electricity, ministry of industry, telecommunication companies, and Internet companies and industries, researchers, students in order to handle strategic projects towards implementation the 5G technology in our country in addition to make mutual understanding between universities and the industry with private sectors towards the smart city.

Number of participants: 24 participants.

Date and time:  December 18-19, 2019 (09:00 AM -14:00 PM)
Place: TIU, Education Building, Conference Hall 302
Session topics: 

  • “5G Technology Innovations & Challenges And Beyond”
  • “Smart Homes and 5G Technologies”
  • “Expected Radio Access Network (RAN) for 5G Mobile System”
  • “Challenges of FIN-TECH globalization ERA”
  • “5G Technology in Space”
  • “Quality of public services 5G”
  • “Introducing of 5G Technology in Teaching Process”
  • “The 5G Between Hypothesis and Theory”
Presenters names and affiliations:

December 18,  2019

08:30 – 09:00 Registration

09:00 – 09:15 Opening Ceremony and Welcome Speech by Prof. Dr. Faiq Hussain & Prof. Dr. Qaysar Mahdi, TIU.

09:15 – 09:30 Vice President speech, Assist. Prof. Dr. Wasfi Tahir Kahwajee.

09:30 – 10:15 “5G Technology Innovations & Challenges And Beyond” Prof. Dr. Qaysar Salih Mahdi, IT Services Director, TIU.

10:30 – 11:15 “Smart Homes and 5G Technologies” Mr. Jean Abou Assaly, LG Electronics.

11:15 – 12:00 “Expected Radio Access Network (RAN) for 5G Mobile System” Assistant Professor Dr. Jalal Jamal, Salahaddin University, Erbil.

13:00 – 13:45 “Challenges of FIN-TECH globalization ERA” by Mr. Sherwan Anwar Mustafa, League of Iraqi Private Banks.

13:45 – 14:30 “5G Technology in Space” Assist Prof. Dr. Ismail Musa Murad, Avicenna  E-Learning Center, University of Salahaddin, Erbil.

  December 19, 2019

 09:00 – 09:45 “Quality of public services 5G” Asst. Prof. May Al-Shemari, Medium Technical University, Baghdad, Iraq

09:45 – 10:30 “Introducing of 5G Technology in Teaching Process” Prof. Dr. Kifah Alaskari & Dr. Khaled Walid, Public Al Iraqi University, Baghdad

10:45 – 11:30 “The 5G Between Hypothesis and Theory” Asst. Prof. Dr. Hassan Hasoon, Interior design department, TIU.

Date and time:  December 18-19, 2019 (09:00 AM -14:00 PM)
Place: TIU, Education Building, Conference Hall 302
Outcome(s) of the workshop:

  1. Transfer knowledge of the up to date 5G technology to all participants.
  2. Offering good opportunities to researchers, students, stakeholders, telecommunication organizations, industries and universities to improve their curriculum and their research projects.
  3. The main outcome is to improve the citizens’ telecommunication and social and economic services and offering good business opportunities and improve their economic incomes.
  4. This workshop paves the road-map for future development towards vertical industry and IIOT.
  5. Building good opportunities and good cooperation to all participants and universities to cooperate with each other’s towards developing the telecommunication services
  6.  Improve and offer good skills to all participants and students.
  7. Opening new approaches towards building good relationships with international universities and 5G research centers.
  8. One of the important recommendations and outcomes is to build a 5G research center in Kurdistan to solve the 5G challenges and problems.
  9. Particular interest is ideas on extending a publicly available platform with 5G-related technologies as they become available, and how they can be used to address common technological and scientific problems that are related to advanced wireless systems.