European
Ecosystem
Event on 6G

ECO6G is a great strategic networking opportunity for policy makers, business leaders and the research community.

The i2CAT Foundation promotes and organizes ECO 6G, an event born to become an international reference point for 6G discussions.
For this first edition, key 5G and future 6G stakeholders will sit together to discuss about 6G from a European perspective, providing both the unified vision of Europe as a leading world region in 5G, and also giving voice to the individual initiatives put in place by the different member states.

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European Ecosystem Event on 6G
ECO6G is a great strategic networking opportunity for policy makers, business leaders and the research community.

The i2CAT Foundation promotes and organizes ECO 6G, an event born to become an international reference point for 6G discussions.
For this first edition, key 5G and future 6G stakeholders will sit together to discuss about 6G from a European perspective, providing both the unified vision of Europe as a leading world region in 5G, and also giving voice to the individual initiatives put in place by the different member states.

>Eric Hardouin
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About The Speaker

Eric Hardouin

Eric Hardouin leads the “Ambient Connectivity” research domain of Orange, which investigates future access and transport networks and technologies, as well as related business models. Eric received his Ph.D. degree in signal processing and telecommunications from Telecom Bretagne and the University of Rennes 1, France, in 2004. Since 2004, he has been with Orange, where he has conducted research on interference mitigation for mobile networks. Between 2008 and 2013 he represented Orange in the physical layer standardization group of 3GPP (RAN WG1) for HSPA, LTE and LTE-Advanced. From 2012 to 2015, Eric led the research on wireless networks in Orange. Eric had a leading role in the NGMN 5G White Paper, as co-lead of the work on 5G requirements. Eric is the author of the book “LTE et les réseaux 4G” (in French).