The Inaugural Princeton NextG Symposium
March 8, 2023
The Princeton NextG symposium brought together visionary speakers from disparate fields that are pushing the frontiers to address the foundational challenges in next-generation networks across end-to-end systems. The conference was a key step in the NextG initiative’s broader goal to create a collaborative environment for researchers, innovators, corporate leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs.
Video from the day is available here.
Program Director, NSF
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Texas Instruments
Technical Fellow and CTO, Strategic Missions and Technologies, Microsoft
Senior Director of Advanced CyberInfrastructure, Office of the VP for Information Technology, Princeton University
VP Emerging Technologies, Ericsson Inc.
Alberto Valdes Garcia
Principal Research Scientist and Manager, IBM
Fellow and Head, Radio Interface Group, Nokia Bell Labs
Senior Technical Advisor, Ericsson Inc.
Senior Director of Technology, Qualcomm
VP Engineering, Qualcomm
Robert E. Kahn Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, Chief Scientist, Princeton, ONF
Founder & Chief Technoloy Officer, Movandi
ex-DoD Program Lead & Professor, University of Washington
Senior Vice President, Samsung Research
The day-long symposium included discussions and presentations by faculty and industry thought leaders, as well as research poster presentations by students and postdocs.
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Organizations that represented at the symposium included Akamai, Analog Devices, Ben Gurion University, Comcast, Ericsson, Google, IBM, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Microsoft Corporation, Movandi Corporation, National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Science Foundation, National Spectrum Consortium, Nokia Bell Labs, Princeton University, Qualcomm, Samsung, Schmidt Futures, SRI International, Texas Instruments, University of Washington, Ubilite, US Ignite
The Princeton-Mercer Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau lists major hotel and conference centers, boutique hotels, inns, resorts and bed and breakfasts near campus.
Campus is located in Princeton, N.J., approximately one mile west of U.S. Route 1. Metered parking is available on streets around campus. On campus weekday visitor parking is available at the Princeton Stadium Drive Garage, with frequent TigerTransit bus service to stops on Washington Road, Nassau Street and University Place.
The closest places to park are the following two garages located in downtown Princeton:
Spring Street Garage – 28 Spring St, Princeton, NJ 08542
Hulfish Garage – 7 Hulfish St, Princeton, NJ 08542
Stadium Drive Garage – Visitors who wish to park on Princeton’s campus, can learn more about visitor parking in the Stadium Drive Garage, how to get a permit to park there, and the available shuttle service.