Scientific Seminar Entitled "MIMO antenna matrix for 5G millimeter waves"

The Scientific Research Committee of the College of Engineering and Computer Science, along with the Department of Electronics and Communications, organized a scientific seminar titled “5G Millimeter Wave MIMO Antenna Arrays”. The seminar was presented by Dr. Rania Hamdi on Thursday, October 5th.

The seminar discussed the latest developments in 5G cellular communication technology, with a focus on 5G millimeter wave MIMO antenna arrays. Various technical and application aspects related to antenna technology were discussed during the seminar.

The seminar resulted in several important learning outcomes, including:  

  1. Clarification of advanced methods for analyzing and designing 5G millimeter wave MIMO antenna arrays.
  2. Providing an overview of recent developments in 5G antenna technology.
  3. Enhancing researchers’ and students’ understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with 5G antenna technology.
  4. Applications of these millimeter wave antennas in the medical sector.

This seminar is part of ongoing efforts to enhance scientific research and innovation in the field of engineering and computer science, and to provide a platform for researchers and students to learn about the latest developments in communication technology.