6G and Satellite Communication Workshop

The 6G and Satellite Communication Workshop will be held at the University Huddersfield (3M Building, Firth Street, Queensgate, UK) during 26-27 September 2023.
See the Draft Preliminary Program here.
For More information, visit the website of the event at: https://www.hud.ac.uk

The KNOWMAN project

The KNOWMAN project was presented at the IFKAD conference in Matera June 7th, where a special workshop took place in Matera, Italy, to test the beta version of the platform.

KNOWMAN is an interesting Erasmus+ project designed to help knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in gaining skills in the field of knowledge management. With the KNOWMAN project, there is a greater prospect of success for the target group to digitally conduct Knowledge Management (KM) training sessions and workshops based on an innovative way, through advanced interactive learning methods. The long-term impact considered on the local, regional, national and European levels is the increase in competitiveness of the target group: KIBS SMEs and their owners, managers, and employees.

For more information please have a look in here:
The KNOWMAN project website: https://knowmanproject.eu/
KNOWMAN Guide: KM training for KIBS SMEs: https://knowmanproject.eu/knowman-guide-km-training-for-kibs-smes/
Business Services SMEs Report: https://knowmanproject.eu/report-knowledge-management-challenges-in-knowledge-intensive-business-services-smes/

The latest and fourth book in the series on 6G technology is now published

6G VISIONS FOR A SUSTANABLE AND PEOPLE-CENTRIC FUTURE: From Communications to Services, the CONASENSE Perspective.
Editors: Prof. Ramjee Prasad & Prof. Dr. Rute C. Sofia.

The previous three books are:
6G Enabling Technologies
New Dimensions to Wireless Communication
Editors: Prof. Ramjee Prasad, Dr. Ananad Raghawa Prasad, Dr. Albena Mihovska, & Dr. Nidhi

6G: The Road to the Future Wireless Technologies 2030
Editors: PhD fellow Paulo Sergio Rufino Henrique & Prof. Ramjee Prasad

OTFS Orthogonal Time Frequency Space Modulation
A Waveform for 6G
Editors: Dr. Suvra Sekhar Das & Prof. Ramjee Prasad

Student Review on CGC Denmark

Kevin Singh from GNIMS, Mumbai was one of the student in the CGC’s Vishwaniketan Fellowship program summer school course 2019 in Denmark. In this course, students work in teams with the Multi Business Model Innovation (MBMI) concept to solve a real Business Case delivered by an external Business.

Award-winning scientist urges students to work towards Atmanirbhar Bharat

Award-winning scientist Professor Ramji Prasad on Tuesday urged people to work towards achieving an Atmanirbhar Bharat. He asked the young students present at the conference to research 6G technology and wireless communication…

Award-winning scientist urges students to work towards Atmanirbhar Bharat | News9live
Prof. Dr. Ramjee Prasad has been awarded the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award (PBSA) 2023

Diaspora Diamonds: PBD Convention Samman Awardee & Denmark CGC Founder President Prof. Ramjee Prasad.

Department of Business Development and Technology AU Herning News


Smart cities and smart regions are nowadays positioned at the intersection of digital technology, disruptive innovation and urban/rural environments for citizens, entrepreneurs and policy-makers and becoming ‘smarter’ by means of accelerating the adoption of digital technologies and by rapidly introducing solutions across all sectors of community activities. 5G, and the upcoming 6G, Big Data, IoT, AI and Cloud Computing are becoming an integral part of a city’s digital infrastructure, interwoven with people’s daily lives, changing our society in a historically unprecedented way. Many municipalities and regional authorities have already started taking into consideration these advances in their planning and daily operations. The HORIZON METACITIES Excellence Hub is a sustainable network that offers a common platform for collaboration, cross-fertilization and best practice sharing across borders, sectors and disciplines on knowledge production, circulation and use. Founded upon a joint R&I strategy, a nexus of collaborative links across sectors, joint research, innovation and outreach activities as well as business modelling and sustainability plans, the collaboration aims to benefit citizens, stakeholders and regional ecosystems.
The project joins together 21 beneficiaries from academia, industry, governmental organizations and social parties, committed to working towards successful results and their validation.
Expected project start: 1 January 2023.
Duration: 48 months
Coordinator: UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS, Greece
CGC team leader: Albena Mihovska
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