CeTI regularly invites its scientists to the General Assembly to share, recap, and talk about future research. The IEEE 5G++ Summit, which brings together industry leaders innovators and scientists from industry and academia to share ideas on how to rapidly deploy 5G++ technologies, was also held the same week.

General Assembly

On May 9 and 10, 2022, we hosted our General Assembly in Dresden – finally face to face and on a large scale again. Scientists from various disciplines accepted the invitation to present and discuss previous research results and to explore the roadmap for the future. Keynotes were held, highlights were shown and a scientific speed dating was organized, where the scientists exchanged ideas within 2 minutes.
During the demo tour, the latest demonstrators in the respective research areas such as smart textiles, medical robotics or feedback technologies were presented.

  • Photograph of a big group of CeTI employees
  • Two researchers talking, one of them holding a tablet

Photos 1 – 6 by Jörg Simanowski

5G++ Summit

The IEEE 5G++ Summit took place on May 12 in Dresden It has become a prominent annual fixture on the road to 6G. The well-known high-impact conference brings together industry leaders, innovators, and researchers from industry and academia to exchange ideas that will help to drive standards and rapid deployment of 5G++ technologies. The event takes a holistic approach to 5G++ system design, ranging from silicon hardware, wireless interfaces, networks, edge clouds all the way up to Tactile Internet applications. In addition to the exciting exhibition booths with new communication technologies, there were very interesting talks and panel discussions on the topic of 5G++. CeTI showcased demonstrators for robotic surgery, Internet of Skills and robotics in the industrial context.

  • Image of a robotics fair
  • CeTI researcher is wearing a sensor glove and explains it to another person
  • Photograph from the IEEE 5G Summit where the use of robotic assistance in medicine is presented
  • A magenta robotic dog

Photos 1-7 by Frank Grätz, Photo 8 & 9 by Jörg Simanowski