Dr.Sc. (Tech), Ph.D. Marja Matinmikko-Blue is Senior Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor in Spectrum Management at Centre for Wireless Communications (CWC), University of Oulu in Finland. She conducts interdisciplinary research on future mobile communication networks from business, technology and regulatory perspectives. She holds a Dr.Sc. degree from telecommunications engineering on cognitive radio techniques and a Ph.D. degree from industrial engineering and management on stakeholder analysis. She has led research projects that have demonstrated the world’s first spectrum sharing trials of Licensed Shared Access (LSA) concept and proposed a novel 5G micro operator concept for local 5G network deployments in close collaboration between academia, industry and regulators.
Currently, she is Research Coordinator of 6G Flagship (6G-Enabled Wireless Smart Ecosystem & Society – 6Genesis Flagship). She has published over 120 scientific papers and participated in spectrum regulatory forums in Europe (CEPT) and globally (ITU) including preparation of over 100 contributions and chairmanship of cognitive radio system studies. Her current research interests include mobile communication system design, spectrum sharing techniques, new spectrum valuation and licensing models, and local operator models for 5G networks.
Scientific Session: 6G Flagship driving research ventures for 2030
Abstract: This presentation will introduce 6G Flagship (www.6gflagship.com) – the world’s first 6G research program launched. The Finnish 6G Flagship is a vigorous research and co-creation ecosystem for 5G adoption and 6G innovation led by the University of Oulu. The presentation also introduces the world’s first 6G White Paper that has opened the floor for defining global 6G research visions for the 2030 wireless era.