IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks
22-25 October 2018 // Seoul // South Korea

Keynotes

Wonil Roh 

Bio : Dr. Roh is currently a Vice President and Head of Technology Strategy Group at Networks Business Division of Samsung Electronics in Korea, responsible for R&D strategy for mobile infrastructure products and solutions. He started working at Samsung Electronics in 2003 in research and development of CDMA and Mobile WiMAX base-stations with the main focus on multi-antenna algorithms and system analysis. Then he led overall WiMAX standard activities and strategy in Samsung including IEEE, the WiMAX Forum and ITU-R, and served as Chair of Technical Working Group (TWG) of the WiMAX Forum from 2006 to 2011.  Since 2011, he has been leading research efforts for the next generation cellular (Beyond 4G or 5G) technologies at Samsung with a focus on development of disruptive technologies, feasibility studies and related standardization including 3GPP.  As a result, Samsung becomes one of the largest contributors to 3GPP 5G NR (New Radio) standards.  Starting December 2017 he leads R&D strategy and technology innovation for Samsung Networks 4G/5G mobile infrastructure products and solutions. Dr. Roh holds a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University in USA.

 

Dae Su Park - An Efficient Policy Plan to Commercialize 5G Service

Bio: Dae Su Park is currently a Senior Vice President at KT’s Corporate Relations Office and is responsible for overall regulatory policies on telecommunications/broadcasting and ICT sectors. He has diverse experiences in regulation, research and field as a Senior Vice President at Corporate Relations Office, Economics & Management Research Institute, Public Consulting Unit, and Jeonbuk Customer Sales Headquarter.  He also served as a board member of “Next Generation Mobile Communication Forum,” Vice President of “The Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society,” “Korean Association for Broadcasting & Telecommunication Studies,” committee member of “The Chief Regulatory Officer Group  in GSMA,” and moderator at “World Knowledge Forum ‘Wearable 2.0’.” Throughout his career as a Vice President of Economics & Management Research Institute, Mr. Park was in charge of responding to major issues including the response to competitor’s M&A, establishment of spectrum auction bid strategy. He also supervised proactive detection of key tasks (Media, M&A, Next Big Thing, etc) for future development of KT. Mr. Park is a graduate of the Seoul National University earning a BS/MS in Statistics and a PhD in Operation Research from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York.  
Talk : An Efficient Policy Plan to Commercialize 5G Service

 

Matti Latva-aho

Bio: Matti Latva-aho received the M.Sc., Lic.Tech. and Dr. Tech (Hons.) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oulu, Finland in 1992, 1996 and 1998, respectively. From 1992 to 1993, he was a Research Engineer at Nokia Mobile Phones, Oulu, Finland after which he joined Centre for Wireless Communications (CWC) at the University of Oulu. Prof. Latva-aho was Director of CWC during the years 1998-2006 and Head of Department for Communication Engineering until August 2014. Currently he is Professor of Digital Transmission Techniques at the University of Oulu. He serves as Academy of Finland Professor in 2017 – 2022. His research interests are related to mobile broadband communication systems and currently his group focuses on 5G and beyond systems research. Prof. Latva-aho has published 350+ conference or journal papers in the field of wireless communications. He received Nokia Foundation Award in 2015 for his achievements in mobile communications research.