The topic of the third Training School, organised jointly by COST CA15104 IRACON and Met5G Project, is ‘Defining and Realising SINR in Future Mobile Networks‘. This activity is organised through common interest between the Met5G project and the IRACON action, where understanding signal to interference and noise ratio (SINR) and characterising it is important to future mobile network deployment, as well as over the air testing of mobile devices.

Dates / timings: Starts Monday 16 April 09:00 hrs  |  Ends Tuesday 17 April 15:45 hrs

Venue: Institute for Communication Systems, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

Organisers: Tim Brown (Institute for Communication Systems, University of Surrey, UK)

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You are invited to register for the Training School, which is a two-step process:

  1. By sending an electronic copy of the completed registration form to with a copy of student ID, if required
  2. By registering the credit card payment online

This must be carried out before Thursday 5 April 2018. Payment receipt and student ID, if required.

Those ECIs and students granted from COST CA15104 (IRACON) for this event DO have to register via email AND pay the registration fee before the event. COST grants will be transferred individually to every granted person afterwards.

Course fees:

  • PhD student – £81 (approx €90)
  • Academic employee – £110 (approx €120)
  • Industry or Profit Institution employee – £135 (approx €150)

Important dates:

  • Registration closing date: Thursday 5 April 2018


  • Dr Tim Brown, Institute for Communication Systems, University of Surrey, UK
  • Prof Thomas Eriksson, Department of Electrical Engineering, Chalmers University, Sweden
  • Dr David Humphreys, National Physical Laboratory, UK
  • Dr Tian Hong Loh, National Physical Laboratory, UK
  • Dr Koen Buisman, Microwave Electronics Laboratory, Chalmers University, Sweden
  • Tim Masson, Keysight, UK