SEOUL – Chae Chan-Byoung, Distinguished Underwood Professor at Yonsei University’s School of Integrated Technology, has been selected to lead the South Korean research team in a joint project with researchers Americans to develop and market 6G mobile telecommunications.
Chae’s team will work with an American team led by Robert Heath, professor of electrical and computer engineering at North Carolina State University. As leading experts in wireless communication, Chae and Heath are IEEE members at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a professional association for electronic engineering and electrical engineering. IEEE Fellow is an honor reserved for certain IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest.
The joint study was part of a research cooperation agreement signed in June 2021 between the Information and Communication Technology Planning and Assessment Institute (IITP), a Seoul-based government body. and affiliated with the Department of Science and ICT, and the National Science Foundation (NSF), a US agency that supports basic research and education in all non-medical areas of science and engineering.
“This task is to develop a transmission source technology and build a test bed in the sub-THz band, which is considered a key technology in the age of 6G,” said an anonymous official at the ‘Yonsei University in a December 27 statement. 5G mobile services, South Korea aims to achieve the world’s first commercialization of 6G mobile telecommunications in 2028.
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