CALL FOR PAPERS

“The Impact of High Speed Communications on Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Society”

UNSA ISCOMM 2019 is the most important event in the field of wireless and wired communications to take place in Arequipa, Peru. We aim to attract professionals from the academia as well as the industry to share their latest results with the scientific, academic and industrial community, who is involved with the study, research, development and applications of wireless technologies. This symposium is organized around the keynote speeches of our award-winning guests. Professor Moe Z. Win from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology winner of the IEEE COMSOC Edwin Howard Armstrong Award, Dr. Liuqing Yang, winner of the best paper award in the International Communications Conference and GLOBECOM, Dr. Hong Yang, one of the pioneers of Massive MIMO technology, Dr. Nelson Fonseca, IEEE COMSOC distinguished lecturer.

You are invited to submit papers in all areas of wired and wireless communications and networks. Expected topics include, but they are not limited to:

Physical layer and Communications theory

  • AI-based communications systems
  • Channel estimation and modeling
  • Modulation techniques
  • Multi-carrier schemes
  • Interference estimation
  • Cognitive radio
  • Energy efficient PHY
  • Physical layer security
  • Ultra wideband
  • mmWave
  • Massive MIMO
  • Antenna design and characterization
  • Pulseshape design
  • 5G PHY
  • IoT PHY

Wired and Wireless Networks

  • AI netwoks
  • Software-defined wired/wireless networks
  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Optical networks
  • Social networks
  • QoS and traffic management
  • IoT Networks

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission deadline

December 15, 2018

Notification of acceptance

January 31, 2019

Camera-ready submission

February 28, 2019

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PAPER SUBMISSION

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