Arman Farhang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. He received his PhD in wireless communications from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland in 2016. Prior to this, he was an Assistant Professor at Maynooth University and University College Dublin in Ireland. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed international journal and conference papers, 4 book chapters, 1 edited book, and he holds 3 patents. Dr Farhang is a Principal Investigator of multiple research projects around the broad areas of waveform design, multiple antenna processing, and reconfigurable intelligent surfaces that are funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) under the research excellence award, Frontiers for the Future and the US-Ireland R&D Partnership Programme. He is also a member of SFI research centres ADVANCE-CRT and CONNECT as a Principal Supervisor and a Funded Investigator, respectively, where he leads research around the topics of waveform design and multiple antenna systems for future wireless networks. The focus of Dr Farhang’s research team is on the design of novel physical layer technologies and advanced modulation schemes, bolstered with multiple antenna solutions to provide high reliability, low latency, and scalability to the wireless networks of the future. He is a senior member of IEEE and serves as an associate editor for the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking since 2018. He has served in the Organization Committees of the IEEE ICC 2023 Workshop on “OTFS and Delay-Doppler Multicarrier Communications for 6G” and IEEE ICC 2020. He regularly serves as a TPC in top-tier IEEE conferences and workshops in addition to being an active reviewer of several major IEEE journals.