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sara mazur

Sara Mazur

Sara Mazur is the head of Ericsson Research, where she manages a team of 650 researchers across the globe, all dedicated to innovation and developing the technologies that are still five to seven years out. She has a PhD in electrical engineering and was an Associate Professor in fusion plasma physics. She owns 69 patents and literally wrote the book on adaptive antennas, so it's safe to say her interest in 5G is not to contribute to the hype, but to make it deliver from a practical and technological perspective.

fredrik gunnarsson

Fredrik Gunnarsson

Fredrik Gunnarsson joined Ericsson Research, Linköping 2001, and work now as an Expert in RAN Automation and Positioning.He received his MSc (1996) and PhD (2000) in Electrical Engineering from Linkoping University, Sweden." Fredrik is working on different aspects of automation, radio resource management and positioning for radio networks based on 3G, 4G and 5G. He has published more than 100 academic papers and filed more than 220 inventions, and received the Ericsson Inventor of the Year 2013 award.

Jens Malmodin

Jens Malmodin

Jens Malmodin joined Ericsson in 1995 and started to work with environmental issues, life cycle assessments (LCA), energy issues and Ericsson sustainability reporting at the Radio Systems Basic Technology Research Unit. From 2007, he works with the very same issues at the Sustainability Research Team at Ericsson Research but now also with a more broad focus on how ICT can help society and other sectors reduce its impact on the environment. Jens holds an MSc in material engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden.

Mats Näslund

Mats Näslund

Mats Näslund has been with Ericsson Research for more than 15 years. He holds a position as principal researcher. Before joining Ericsson he completed an M.Sc. in computer science and a Ph.D. in cryptography, both from KTH, Stockholm. During his time at Ericsson he has worked with most aspects of network and information security and made contributions to various standards (3GPP, ISO, ETSI, IETF, CSA). He has taken part in external research collaborations such as EU FP7 ECRYPT and H2020 5G-ENSURE.

Torbjörn Lundahl

Torbjörn Lundahl

Torbjörn Lundahl is program director of "5G for Sweden" a National research program at Ericsson Research. He is an Electrical Engineering graduate from Lund's Institute of Technology. He continued studies and obtained a Master degree at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA/USA and postgraduate studies at University of Rhode Island, RI/USA. In 1988 he began at Ericsson and has previously spent 7 years in Germany and been engaged in various business areas; Military systems, Transport systems, O&M systems and Multimedia solutions.

Joachim Sachs

Joachim Sachs

Joachim Sachs is a principal researcher at Ericsson Research in Stockholm and is working on future wireless communication systems. After studies of electrical engineering in Germany, France, Norway and Scotland, he received diploma and doctorate degrees from Aachen University (RWTH) and the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, respectively. In 2009 he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University. He has filed more than 120 inventions (i.e. patent families) and published around 70 scientific articles.

Mikael Anneroth

Mikael Anneroth

Mikael Anneroth holds an expert position at Ericsson Research, studying the use of ICT and communication systems from the human and society perspective. Since 1994 he has been working with user experience and interaction design for mobile and fixed communication systems at Ericsson. He has long experience from international standardization and research fora and was vice chairman for the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) 2002-2007. He has a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from Linköping Institute of Technology, Sweden.

Christer Törnevik

Christer Törnevik

Christer Törnevik has 20 years experience in the field of electromagnetic fields and health and he has been a technical expert in related standardization committees and working groups since 1995. He holds a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics from the Linköping University and a Licentiate of Technology degree in Materials Science from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Currently he is the chairman of Centre for Sustainable Communications, an excellence center at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Fanny von Heland

Fanny von Heland

Fanny von Heland is a senior researcher in the Sustainability Performance team, where she investigates interactions between technology, society and human development. She devotes part of her worktime to co-drive a partnership with UN Habitat, the UN Agency for Sustainable Urban Development, focusing on the transformative capacity of ICT to catalyze urban sustainable development and improve human wellbeing. Fanny has a PhD in Sustainability Science from the Stockholm Resilience Centre and a MA in Cultural Anthropology from Uppsala University and Stellenbosch University in South Africa. She joined Ericsson Research in 2014.