Current next-generation wireless communications have a 6G-led vision for the information society of 2030s of a fully-ubiquitous internet underpinned by intelligent connectivity. This research will investigate some of the technical/security challenges relating to how artificial intelligence and machine learning can be effectively embedded into future 6G networks to achieve this goal.
Supervisors: Prof Laurence Dooley (C&C)
Keywords: 6G networksmachine learningartificial intelligence (AI)
Skillset: Sound knowledge of LTE+/5G networks and mobile communicationsGood mathematical, programming and communication skills
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