The Wireless Lab offers a very stimulating environment for training. This environment could indeed help students learn to give up oversimplified analytical
approaches for sophisticated system-level simulators that far-better grasp the complexity of today’s radio access and provide more realistic and reliable
results and insights. It could help them better understand standards when, very often ignored, could challenge work assumptions and value. It could help
students understand technology evolution challenges from an idea to a potential real-world application product. Through its network of industrial and
university collaborators, the Wireless Lab also provides students with precious opportunities for mobility, nationally or internationally, through internships or
postdoctoral stays at world-class venues in industry or academia.