Telecom-ParisTech, with the support of the Innovation & Regulation in Digital Services Chair, organized, October 5, a seminar on the “New directions in spectrum assignment for 5G”. Recent studies suggest that the conventional approach to licensing spectrum has not directly achieved connectivity policy objectives.
This interactive seminar, coordinated by Gérard Pogorel, (Telecom ParisTech, and CNRS Interdisciplinary Innovation Institute -CNRS I3-DSES) aimed at sharing experiences and points of view of European countries and Japan.
The seminar was introduced by François Rancy Directeur UIT-R.
During a first session, moderated by Pierre-Jean Benghozi, Ecole Polytechnique and ARCEP, the seminar proposed presentations from Eric Fournier, ANFr, Chairman CEPT-ECC, Erik Bohlin, Chalmers University, Gabriel Solomon, Ercsson France et Marc Bourreau, Telecom-ParisTech. These presentations were discussed by Martin Cave, LSE, Francesco Nonno, Open Fiber Italy, and Alberto Zilo, ATT Europe.
A second session, moderated by Teodosio PerezAmaral, Universidad Complutense Madrid, proposed presentations from Pierre-Jean Benghozi, Ecole Polytechnique and ARCEP, Kiyotaka Yuguchi, Sagami Women’s University, Tokyo, Martin Cave, LSE, Gérard Pogorel, Telecom-ParisTech and CNRS, and Marc Lebourges, Orange.
The presentations are now available.