February 11, 2014 – IEEE Globecom 2014 has announced April 1 as the deadline for original Industry Forums & Exhibition (IF&E) and technical symposium presentations.
Describing itself as the premiere international event dedicated to driving innovations and technological breakthroughs in telecommunications, the event runs December 8-12 in Austin, Texas. Attendees can expect numerous keynotes, panels, tutorials workshops and symposia on various subjects, ranging from next generation broadband, wireless, multimedia, image and voice advancements to e-Health, Internet of Things (IoT), game theory, power-line, satellite, space, green and social networking communications.
“IEEE Globecom provides a profound opportunity for international scientists, government and industry professionals and academia to share their visions and ideas for a better future,” says professor Theodore S. Rappaport of New York University. “It is an honour to greet all the thousands of attendees that return to this premier international experience annually, as well as the hundreds of fresh faces that join us each year to learn about the latest research in their fields and form bonds with colleagues that will last a lifetime.”
Keynote speakers for the event include Edward Amoroso, senior vice president and chief security officer at AT&T; James Truchard, president, CEO and cofounder at National Instruments; Pankaj Patel, executive vice president and chief development officer at CISCO; and Alicia Abella, assistant vice president, Cloud Technologies and Services Research at AT&T Labs.
Technology professionals seeking more information on Globecom 2014 speaking opportunities can visit www.ieee-globecom.org/2014/authors.html and submit their original proposals by April 1. IEEE has announced this year’s show will highlight access networks & systems, cloud networking, data storage, e-health, green, (IoT), nanotechnology, powerline, satellite & space and social networking communications. Additional areas of interest also include:
• Ad hoc and sensor networking
• Cognitive radio & networks
• Communication & information system security
• Communications QoS, reliability and modeling
• Communication software, services and multimedia applications
• Communication theory
• Next generation networking
• Optical networks and systems
• Signal processing for communications
• Wireless communications and networking
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