Welcome to the Center for Wireless Communications at the
University of California, San Diego
CWC was established in 1995 and rapidly became a leader in wireless communications research. With its preeminent faculty
and high caliber graduate students, CWC partners with companies to address the emerging needs of the wireless communications
industry. CWC faculty and students engage in a broad range of research areas ranging from wireless applications, to networking,
digital communication systems and high-speed integrated circuits.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The May 5G Forum will discuss 5G application drivers like mobile health, IoT, and multimedia, and explore challenges
and opportunities in mobile analytics, cloud and security, besides looking into 5G access technologies, and radio and
network architectures. The Forum will investigate what new applications and user experiences can be enabled by 5G,
what requirements need to be met by 5G networks and devices, and how new innovations in 5G networks, analytics,
and circuits can satisfy these requirements. Like in our November 5G Forum, we will have industry leaders and
experts from different industry segments, together with experts from academia, participate as speakers and panelists.
We expect the audience to consist of faculty, students, and members from the various industry segments.
We hope the talks and panel discussions will help stimulate dialogues between application innovators, wireless
infrastructure and device providers and network operators, and help shape futur [More...]
ECE Faculty Lead Technology Transfer from Research to Industry.
Four engineering faculty members with technology transfer success stories discussed the challenges of the commercialization process during a March 14 dinner celebrating the 10th anniversary of the von Liebig Center for Entrepreneurism and Technology Advancement. More
UC Discovery Grants were recently awarded to five CWC research projects.
Facing stiff competition, five teams of UCSD CWC researchers secured significant state funding by the UC Discovery Grant program to match investments from CWC member companies.|