Professor Berry Speaks at Nokia Algorithm World 2022

Randall BerryRandall Berry, John A. Dever Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northwestern Engineering, was a panelist in the “Sustainable 6G System” session during the Nokia Algorithm World 2022 event held last month at Nokia Bell Labs in Naperville, Illinois.

The two-day event geared to industry leaders focused on exploring responsible algorithms for a sustainable world. The panel was part of “Operator Day,” which included operator-focused discussions and solutions with applications for mobile networks, fixed networks, IP and optical networks, and cloud and network services technology.

“It has been recognized that the information and communications technology industry has a key role to play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions,” Berry said. “It was exciting to participate in this event and to discuss with industry leaders approaches to meet these challenges."

Berry was joined by panelists Amitava Ghosh, Nokia Bell Labs fellow; Jennifer Yates, assistant vice president of inventive science at AT&T Labs; and Greg Agami (MS EE ’99), director of radio access network strategy and architecture at US Cellular.

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