Research on 6G mobile about to start in Finnish university

A university in Finland has started research on 6G mobile networks – before 5G networks have even started commercial operation – and it is seeking PhD students

The University of Oulu, close to the Arctic Circle, has started the programme, called 6Genesis, under a programme being led by the Academy of Finland.

The whole programme will spend €25 million this year and a similar sum in 2019.

“The programme will provide intelligent digital applications and will develop the fundamental 6G competence needed for smart societies,” said the university in a statement.

“Our future society will be increasingly digitised, hyper-connected and globally data-driven. Near-instant wireless connectivity will be the key technical driver for realising this. [The] programme’s impact goals are to ensure wireless expertise for the industry and to enable early adaption of smart society technologies.”




Related posts

Arch Summit 2019

Arch Summit 2019, which takes place on 3-4 April 2019 in Luxembourg City at Luxexpo – The Box, brings together executives from Vodafone’s...