Coordinator, Prof Tian Hong Loh is a Principal Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory. His responsibilities include carry out fundamental research and develop measurement technologies in support of the electronics and communication industry. He leads work at NPL on applied and computational electromagnetic metrology research. He has authored and co-authored over hundred refereed publications and hold five patents. He is currently visiting professor at Surrey University, visiting industrial fellow at Cambridge University, visiting senior lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, Committee member of UK URSI Commission A (Electromagnetic Metrology), project coordinator of an European Association of National Metrology Institutes (EURAMET) European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR) project on ‘Metrology for 5G Communications’, member of the IET and senior member of the IEEE. He is an associate editor of IET Communications Journal and the TPC chair of 2017 IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics (iWEM 2017). He has also focus session, acted on the technical programme committee for several international conferences, and as technical reviewer for several international journals and new book proposals on these subjects. His current research interests include MIMO, 5G communications metamaterials, computational electromagnetics, small antennas, smart antennas, electromagnetic compatibility, body-centric, and wireless sensor network. He is the coordinator of this project. David Cheadle is a Higher Research Scientist at the UK National Physical Laboratory (NPL). He has over 10 years of experience in antenna metrology and currently works in the 5G and future communication technology group at NPL on research projects related to the measurement of current and future communication systems. He has recently been involved in developing two separate millimetre wave 5G communications testbeds. He will be delivering the system development and measurement campaigns for WP1 and WP2 of this project.