IEEE Globecom 2011 extends “Call for Papers” deadline to March 20
By Alyssa Dalton
March 11, 2011
IEEE Globecom 2011 has extended the "Call for Papers" deadline to March
20 for its 54th annual event, running December 5 – 9 in Houston, Texas.
Hosted by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc), it describes the
event as being "recognized internationally for its ongoing drive to
advance the research, development and implementation of the latest
broadband, wireless, multimedia, data, image and voice communications on
a global scale."
All interested researchers, scientists, government officials and industry professionals can CLICK HERE for submission guidelines, ongoing updates and registration information.
Topic areas for original technical paper submissions include:
- Ad Hoc and Sensor Networking;
- Cognitive Radio Networks;
- Communication Software, Services, and Multimedia Applications;
- Communication Theory;
- Communications & System Security;
- Communications QoS, Reliability, and Modeling;
- Next Generation Networking;
- Optical Networks and Systems;
- Signal Processing for Communications;
- Wireless Communications and Networking.
Last year, IEEE Globecom focused on the advance of communications technologies ranging from cloud computing, nanonetworking and green communications to next-generation Internet, mobile computing, cognitive radio and adaptive wireless communications systems, and completed "one of its most successful events in conference history" with more than 2500 participants attending the presentations, said the folks behind the event.