European GNU Radio Days '24

Europe/Berlin
Main Lecturing Hall (FAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe GmbH)

Main Lecturing Hall

FAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe GmbH

GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH FAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe GmbH Planckstraße 1 64291 Darmstadt
Hervé BOEGLEN (Université de Poitiers Laboratoire XLIM)
Description

Welcome to the European GNU Radio Days '24

The event is proudly hosted at the international accelerator facility FAIR in Darmstadt, Germany's 'City of Science'. It is a seminal event for the Software-Defined-Radio community in Europe. This workshop blends scientific, academic, and industrial applications, fostering collaborations across diverse domains within the GNU Radio community.

This year, we're introducing GNU Radio 4.0, marking a major leap in software-defined radio technology, signal processing, and feedback applications. The workshop aims to bridge the gap between academic research, prototyping, and industrial applications, creating an environment for collaborative development, notably through our GR Block coding party. It's not just a workshop, but a celebration of innovation and community.

What to Expect

The European GNU Radio Days '24 workshop caters to a diverse audience, including seasoned developers, newcomers, and users looking to apply GNU Radio 4.0 to their specific signal-processing or feedback control challenges.

  • Hands-on Tutorials & Guided Block Developments  tailored for both users/non-developers and developers, covering:
    • Common Concepts, General Use, and Applications
    • Real-Time Signal-Processing and Feedback Control through Flow-Graphs
    • An array of of Signal-Processing Challenges, from basic to advanced (including fox-hunts & capture-the-flag events)
  • Developer-Centric Learning: Advanced training on integrating and extending GNU Radio 4.0, applying learned concepts in a practical setting.
    • Introduction to GNU Radio 4.0, how to integrate, and write your own blocks
    • Timing and Synchronisation Integration
    • Contemporary C++ & hardware acceleration (via SIMD & SYCL)
  • 2 Days of Block Coding Party: an immersive coding experience guided by seasoned C++/GR 4.0 trainers, with a ratio of one trainer per 4-8 developers.
  • Networking & Connect with professionals from industry, academia, and government organisations, fostering collaborations and community building.

Call for Contributions

We invite contributions from academic researchers, RF and signal-processing engineers, enthusiasts, and industry professionals engaged with the GNU Radio open-source infrastructure. [Dates/deadlines for contributions??]

  • Contributed Talks: Share your research, case studies, and innovative applications of GNU Radio in your fields (20" per talk + 10" for discussions).
  • Lightning Talks: Present quick insights, new ideas, or early-stage projects in a fast-paced format (5" per talk).
  • Hands-On Demonstrations: Showcase practical applications and demonstrations of GNU Radio technology.

We encourage submissions highlighting collaborative efforts, cross-disciplinary approaches, and innovative uses of GNU Radio. Please submit your abstracts through the Indico portal here or below.

Poster & Schedule Overview

Poster (pdf, png, svg)

Key Dates

  • Conference Dates: Tuesday, August 27 - August 31, 2024
  • Call for Contributions: We invite submissions for contributed talks, lightning talks, and hands-on tutorials. This is an excellent opportunity to present your projects and research to a like-minded audience.
  • Call for Contributions Deadline: 15th June 2024
  • Registration: opens 01.01.2024
  • Registration Deadline: 15th July 2024 (number of participants will need to be limited).

Registration and Fees

Cost: 100 EUR per attendee, covering the conference reception and supporting GNU Radio's Educational Fund. Student discounts and fee waivers are available for individuals who otherwise would not be able to attend. Please contact us at info@gnuradio.org to request a discount on your attendance.

Organising Committees

Local Organizing Committee (GSI/FAIR): Maria Aguilera, Alexander Krimm, Semen Lebedev, Jens Stadlmann, Shahab Sanjari, Ralph J. Steinhagen,
Scientific Programme Committee: Jean-Michel Friedt (femto-st), Hervé Boeglen (xlim), Cyrille Morin (INRIA), Derek Kozel (GR), Josh Morman (GR President), Ralph J. Steinhagen (GSI/FAIR)

Additional Information

For more details, please visit our website and stay updated on the latest news and announcements. We look forward to welcoming you to an enriching and engaging experience at the European GNU Radio Days '24!


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Registration
Participants
  • Alexander Krimm
  • Ceren Gülsüm Karaköse
  • Cyrille Morin
  • David Ondreka
  • Detlev Penza
  • Eric Blossom
  • Frank Zeppenfeldt
  • François Yven
  • Hervé BOEGLEN
  • Ivan Ivanov
  • Ivan Čukić
  • Jean-Michel Friedt
  • Johan Messchendorp
  • Kai Garrels
  • Kathrin Schulte-Urlichs
  • Marcus Müller
  • Maria Aguilera Mate
  • Markus Kirk
  • Matthias Kretz
  • Meltem Köroğlu
  • Michael Traxler
  • Michael Wiebusch
  • Peter Spiller
  • Philipp Niedermayer
  • Ralph J. Steinhagen
  • Roman Martin
  • Shahab Sanjari
  • +16
    • All: Welcome
    • Talks
      • 1
        Invited Talk #1

        Description

        Speaker: Prof. tbc.
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • 2
      Contributed Talk #1
    • 3
      Contributed Talk #2
    • Lightning Talks
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch
    • Users & Developers: Tutorial I - Introduction to GNU Radio 4.0 & Flow-Graph Processing
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Developers: Tutorial II
    • Users: Tutorial II
    • Talks
      • 4
        Invited Talk #2

        Description

    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • 5
      Contributed Talk #3
    • 6
      Contributed Talk #4
    • Lightning Talks
      • 7
        Lightning Talk #1
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break
    • Lab-Tours - UNILAC->SIS18->GreenIT Cube & FAIR Site

      UNILAC->SIS18->GreenIT Cube & FAIR Site
      (N.B. registration required)

    • 8
      Outreach: Wissenschaft für Alle
    • All: Social/Reception
    • Talks
      • 9
        Invited Talk #3

        Description

        Speaker: María Aguilera Maté (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • 10
      Contributed Talk #5

      Description

    • 11
      Contributed Talk #6
    • Lightning Talks
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break
    • Developers: Tutorial III
    • Users: Tutorial III
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Developers: Tutorial IV
    • Users: Tutorial IV
    • Developers: Guided Tutorials
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Developers: Guided Tutorials
    • 12:30 PM
      Lunch Break
    • Developers: Guided Tutorials
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Developers: Guided Tutorials
    • All: Feedback & Wrap-Up
    • Guided Tutorials cont´d: Committee Meetings, Follow-Ups, Discussions, etc.

      commitee, meetings, follow-up, discussions, misc.

      summary & orga. for next GF conference