The emergence of the Internet-of-Everything (IoE) paradigm, supporting smart applications over a single unified communication interface, has led to shifting the focus from rate-centric enhanced mobile broadband services to ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) and massive machine-type communications (MTC). The new spectrum of IoE services, including extended reality (XR), telemedicine, flying vehicles, and haptics, will introduce unprecedented requirements, such as delivering ultra-high reliability, extremely high data rates, and ultra-low latency simultaneously over uplink and downlink. This necessitates integrating the computing, control, sensing, and communication functionalities into a single network design. Moreover, there is a need to leverage sub-terahertz (THz) bands, provision flexibility in the network architecture, and design an intelligent holistic orchestration platform to coordinate all network resources in an efficient and sustainable manner. The conceptualization of futuristic 6G networks is envisioned to bring novel disruptive wireless technologies and innovative network architecture into perspective to realize the evolution from connected everything to connected intelligence, thus enabling ‘‘Human-Thing Intelligence’’ interconnectivity. This workshop aims at presenting the most prominent research outcomes and state-of-the-art advances of 6G related to URLLC communications.