By Anthony Capkun
January 10, 2013 – The IEEE Wireless Communications & Networking Conference (WCNC) has initiated the registration process for its next annual meeting, being held April 7-10 in Shanghai, China.
Scheduled to include more than 600 technical and executive presentations, IEEE WCNC 2013 will open Sunday with a full day of tutorials and workshops devoted to topics such as Cooperative Wireless Communications, Mobility Management in Future Wireless Networks, Game-Theoretic Techniques for the Energy Efficiency of Wireless Communications, Visible Light Communication, Mobile Cloud Computing & Networking, and Future Green End-to-End Wireless Networks (FREENET).
Monday marks the start of the conference’s executive and technical program, detailing the range of next-stage digital cellular, PCS, multimedia, channel modelling, radio resource management, green networking and emerging mobile applications.
Still under development is the business panel and technical program, which will consist of the presentation of numerous original papers. All of the papers, which were selected after a review process that included over 1000 submissions, will cover the entire range of wireless communications and networking topics.