Sept 15 deadline for Papers for IEEE ComSoc 2011 Wireless Communications and Networking Conference
By Anthony Capkun
August 30, 2010
September 15 is the “Call for Papers” deadline for IEEE Communications Society’s (ComSoc’s) 2011 Wireless Communications & Networking Conference (WCNC) being held in Cancun, Mexico, March 28-31.
The 2010 event, held in Sydney, Australia, was attended by nearly 700
international wireless professionals, says ComSoc, and included the presentation of
more than 500 papers dedicated to the advancement of global wireless
communications technologies ranging from vehicle-to-vehicle, multimedia
and cooperative communications to video streaming, networking,
beamforming and channel modelling.
Potential 2001 program topics are currently being solicited in (but not limited to) the following categories:
Interference Characterization; Cognitive Radio, Ultra-Wideband; Multihop
and Cooperative Communications; Modulation Coding & Diversity;
Equalization, Synchronization; Channel Modeling and Characterization;
Collaborative Signal Processing; Space-time, MMO, Adaptive Antennas;
Ultra-Wide Bandwidth Communication; Signal Processing for Wireless
Communications; Iterative Techniques; and Interference Cancellation.
Multiple Access Techniques; Cognitive and Cooperative MAC; Network
Information Theory; Radio Resource Management and Allocation,
Scheduling; Cross-Layer Design, Cross-Layer Security; Congestion and
Admission Control; Software Defined Radio; RFD; Wireless MAC Protocols;
QoS Provisioning; and B3G/4G Systems.
Position Location; Topology Control; Mobility, Location and Handoff
Management; Wireless Routing; Clustering in Ad Hoc Networks; Network
Coding; Multimedia QoS and Traffic Management; Wireless Broadcast,
Multicast & Streaming; Congestion & Admission Control; Wireless
Network Security & Proxy; Interworking Heterogeneous
Wireless/Wireline Networks; Capacity Throughput Outage Coverage; and
Services & Applications Track
Emerging Wireless/Mobile Applications; Wireless Telemedicine &
e-Health Services; Intelligent Transportation Systems; Cognitive Radio
and Sensor-Based Applications; Content Distribution in Wireless Home
Environments; Wireless Emergency & Security Systems; Service
Oriented Architectures; Dynamic Services, Autonomic Services; Innovative
User Interfaces; and Regulations, Standards & Spectrum Management.
CLICK HERE to learn more about presenting a paper, as well as the conference itself.