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.

>Rui Luis Aguiar
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About The Speaker

Rui Luis Aguiar

Rui L. Aguiar (born 1967) received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering in 2001 from the University of Aveiro, where he is currently a Full Professor. He was the founder of the ATNOG research group, an advanced telecommunication research group at the Universidade de Aveiro (with about 12 PhDs). He is currently co-coordinating a research line in Instituto de Telecomunicações, on the area of Networks and Services. He is a Chartered Engineer, a Senior Member of IEEE, and a member of ACM. He is serving as the Steering Board Chair of Networld Europe. As community engagement, he has served as Technical and General (co)Chair of several conferences (ICNS, ICT, ISCC, Mobiarch, Monami, NTMS, etc),. He is an associated editor of Wiley’s Emerging Telecommunication Technologies, Springers’ Wireless Networks. He has more than 100 journal papers published.