Webinar: ETSI Software Reconfiguration Framework for Mobile Devices

About this webinar

This webinar gives an overview on ETSI's Software Reconfiguration Framework for Mobile Devices. It outlines key differences to the Software Communications Architecture (SCA), details the overall architecture including the Radio Virtual Machine concept and related interfaces, comments on the regulation framework and proposes a security approach.


Dr. Seungwon Choi received PhD degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA. He joined Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea as an assistant professor in 1992 and he is now a full professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering of Hanyang University. He is the director of HY-MC research center in which 10 professors and 98 graduate students are engaged with researches on mobile communication-related fields including reconfigurable network and radio systems.

Vladimir Ivanov earned Diploma degree in mathematics from Novosibirsk State University, Russia and Ph.D. degree in computer science from the Military Communication Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2003, he joined Intel Corporation. He contributed to IEEE P1900.4 WG (protocols for cognitive radio) where he acted as a chair of the System Architecture subgroup. In December 2014, he joined LG Electronics as Principal Research Engineer. His research interests include automated electronic design (ESL, HLS), mathematical foundations of electronic design, concurrent computations, Reconfigurable Radio.

Dr. Markus Mueck oversees Intel's technology development, standardization and partnerships in the field of spectrum sharing. In this capacity, he has contributed to standardization and regulatory efforts on various topics including spectrum sharing within numerous industry standards bodies, including ETSI, 3GPP, IEEE, the Wireless Innovation Forum and CEPT. Dr. Mueck is an adjunct professor of engineering at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, he acts as ETSI Board Member supported by INTEL and as general Chairman of ETSI RRS Technical Body (Software Radio and Cognitive Radio Standardization). He has earned engineering degrees from the University of Stuttgart, Germany and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (ENST) in Paris, France, as well as a doctorate degree of ENST in Communications.