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    The course"5G Network for Industry 4.0", 27th-31st May 2024

    The course was offered jointly with NextGen Networks Institute, our associate partner in Kosovo. The program covered the basic features of 5G mobile network for industrial deployments including the architecture, the main interfaces and functional elements, support for voice services, and the deployment of 5G technology in private networks. Over 40 participants from industry sectors and public authorities participated in this comprehensive training and had the opportunity to practically experience the deployment and management of private industrial networks.

    The FNA training program in Kosovo also included the training for the female engineering students from the Global Engineer Girls called "Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders" and led by HE Finnish Ambassador to Kosovo Matti Nissinen and by Professor Jose Costa-Requena "The Benefits of Implementing 5G Technology".

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    The course " 5G Networks and Cybersecurity," 6th-10th May 2024

    The course was hosted by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and led by Professor Jose Ignacio Moreno. It offered a comprehensive exploration of 5G mobile networks, focusing on their architecture, characteristics, implementation in virtualized environments, and cybersecurity aspects. Attended by 40 learners, including master's and PhD students along with policy professionals, the diverse participant mix fostered a truly dynamic learning environment.

    The course was particularly noted for its blend of theoretical and practical components, enabling participants to apply knowledge in real-world scenarios, thereby enhancing their understanding of 5G technology's potential and its security challenges.

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    The seminar "Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) Standards," 11th April 2024

    The seminar was led by Dr. Julio Montalvo García, a Technology Expert at Telefónica Global CTIO. The session provided an in-depth exploration of GPON technology, covering critical aspects such as the physical layer, Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA) protocol, device management, and control interface (OMCI). It also highlighted the progressive evolution of PON technology towards capacities of 50Gbps and beyond.

    The seminar was attended by over 100 participants, including Master's students, researchers, and industry experts. Together, they gained a comprehensive understanding of the trends in optical transport networks, learning about the basic elements, topologies, and advanced issues in passive optical networks.

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    The seminar "Deployment of Telecommunication Infrastructures in Rural Areas", 15th April 2024

    Led by Dr. Carlos Javier Moreno Sánchez, Director of Telecommunications at Deloitte, the seminar attracted 144 participants including master's students, researchers, and teaching staff.

    This session provided attendees with a deep dive into the use of specific technologies and deployment tools, guided by socioeconomic and political considerations. Through case studies from Colombia, participants gained hands-on insights into designing and implementing telecommunications networks in rural settings.

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    The seminar "Cloud Native Principles - The Enabler for Virtual Telco Networks, 8th April 2024

    The seminar was hosted by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and led by Dr. Hans Einsiedler from Deutsche Telekom. It attracted over 120 participants, including Master Students, educators, researchers, and industry professionals, focusing on critical areas for the future of telecommunications:

    - Future network requirements for operators.

    - Dynamic adaptation in networks with software-based components.

    - Cloud computing's support for SDN, NFV, and Network Slicing.

    This event was pivotal for those looking to deepen their understanding of telecommunications' evolving landscape.