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WiCom Lab‘s researcher Dr Fotis Lazarakis was an invited speaker at the PAINLESS 4th Summer School, which took place on 9-10 May at The American College of Greece, with a talk titled ARIADNE system concept: A synthesis of 3 key 6G enablers, within the framework of the  Technical Session: Next Generation Networks.


A few words about the PAINLESS 4th Summer School: PAINLESS (“Energy-autonomous portable access points for infrastructure-less networks”) is a collaborative research project funded by the European’s Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) program. It was launched in 2018 as a European Training Network, with the visionary aim to establish a training and research platform to pioneer green, energy-autonomous portable network nodes which are self-subsistent and limitlessly-scalable, to satisfy future demands with minimal infrastructure. PAINLESS aims at producing the first generation of experts in a radically new wave of energy autonomous networks that will revolutionise the wireless networking technology landscape and the plethora of associated vertical business sectors.
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