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Welcome to REINDEER

The REINDEER consortium consists of nine partners from four countries (Austria, Belgium, Sweden and Spain). The consortium is a well-balanced mixture of three industrial organisations, four universities/research organisations and two SMEs. This constellation has enabled to attract leading organisations from the wireless networks sector in Europe as well as owners of real-time operational testbeds. The consortium brings together the necessary expertise to achieve the project objectives.

Contact

Technology Lead
Liesbet Van der Perre
KU Leuven
Belgium

liesbet.vanderperre@kuleuven.be
 
Project Coordinator
Martina Truskaller
Technikon
Austria

coordination@reindeer-project.eu

Project Video

Blog

3 May, 2022

REINDEER Technical Meeting WP2 & WP4

A joint WP2 & WP4 technical meeting of the REINDEER consortium took place at the Technical University of Graz from 26th-27th April 2022.
8 March, 2022

Happy International Women’s Day!

All these talented and successful ladies are members of Women in Telecommunication and Research (WiTaR) and show “there is no limit to what women can accomplish”.
7 February, 2022
23 December, 2021

Events

June

19 - 22

IEEE VTC2022-Spring

@Location:

Helsinki, Finland
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LIU gives a presentation on “Physical layer abstraction model for RadioWeaves”.

June

07 - 10

EuCNC & 6G Summit 2022

@Location:

Grenoble, France
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KU Leuven will attend the conference and give presentations at workshops organized by Hexa-X project and 5G-CLARITY project.

May

16 - 20

IEEE ICC 2022

@Location:

Seoul, South Korea
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REINDEER partners give some presentations on REINDEER results at IEEE ICC 2022:

– Location-based Initial Access for Wireless Power Transfer (TU Graz, LIU)

– Grant-Free Random Access in Massive MIMO for Static Low-Power IoT Nodes (KU Leuven)

– Uplink D-MIMO with Decentralized Subset Combining (EAB, LIU)

– Optimal Uplink D-MIMO Processing Using Kalman Filtering (LIU)

– Energy-Efficient Power Allocation for an Underlay Spectrum Sharing Cell-Free Massive MIMO Network (LIU)

Further, ULUND and KU Leuven organize a workshop on “Synergies of sensing, communication, and localization towards 6G”.

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