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Young Professionals

YP: An eternal student's reflections on the innovation cycle

Lajos Hanzo

Date & Time

Mon, June 8, 2020

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Abstract

Following a brief historical perspective we will speculate on the seven habits and traits of highly successful scientists, on how funding, patents and serendipity steers the main thrust of both applied and frontier research and all that…
Mark Twain’s highly-quoted statement “It is difficult to make predictions, particularly about the future....”is particularly fitting in the context of high-risk/high-gain research. But high-gain research has a long gestation period and it might even face opposition, unless you want to champion it all the way to its full fruition within your own spin-off company. Naturally, this also involves trade-offs. However, there is strong evidence that open-minded collaborators tend to grow into successful scientists.
Please join us for an open-minded discussion and for sharpening up our research skills by peering beyond the horizon of classical radio communications into the alluring new world of ’rebooting communications and launching Communications V 2.0 in the context of quantum communications’...


Presenter

Lajos Hanzo

University of Southampton
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Date & Time

Mon, June 8, 2020

11:00 am – 12:00 pm