While the development and deployment of the fifth generation (5G) cellular communication is currently taking place worldwide, relevant scientific and industrial players are progressively beginning to unveil the requirements for the next-generation mobile communication network and laying the groundwork for succeeding in its envisioned deployment after 2030.
As part of this effort, the 6G Future Lab Bavaria Project has been set up among 13 chairs of the TUM Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Our goal is to deepen our current research on novel and groundbreaking areas within the each one's competences and to bring them together in the form of task forces responsible of integrating complementary knowledge areas. By putting our expertise together, we aim to build a digital twin that mirrors different aspects of our day-to-day reality in the form of a digital representation, which will enhance the way we and machines perform.
The ACES Lab at the LTI Chair plays an essential and integrative role within this collective effort, by providing state-of-the-art laboratory equipment where fundamental ideas and mathematical concepts will materialize in real-life proof-of-concept prototypes.