Tuesday, 29 September 2009

european wireless 2010

Call for Papers The 16th European Wireless Conference will take place in the city of Lucca, heart of Tuscany, Italy, from April 12 to April 15, 2010 and will be hosted by the IMT Institute for Advanced Studies (www.imtlucca.it), a post-graduate school recently founded in Lucca, which awards PhD degrees to a restricted group of outstanding students from all over the world. The 2010 edition of the conference will revolve around a main theme: "Towards the Future Internet". One of the key objectives of research in wireless communication, and notably the main one of 4thgeneration cellular/mobile networks, is full integration of wireless segments into the all-IP pervasive and ubiquitous network of the future, regardless of the nature (wired or wireless) of the physical media. Original contributions in any of the areas below are solicited. Accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of EW 2010. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality. Proposals for special sessions and tutorials are also invited.
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Areas of Interest
Wireless Networking Ad-hoc and Mesh Wireless NetworksTransport Layer Issues in Mobile and Wireless NetworksCross-layer IssuesProtocols and Architecture for Wireless NetworksRadio Resource ManagementMobility Management and Billing TechnologiesQoS and Resource Allocation in Mobile NetworksSecurity and Robustness in Wireless NetworksMobile/Wireless Networks Modeling and SimulationHeterogeneous Wireless NetworksWired-Wireless Integration Advanced Wireless TechnologyUltra-Wideband CommunicationsSoftware Radio & Re-congurability, Cognitive Radio and NetworksCross-layer Design in Mobile and Wireless NetworksPower Management for Small Terminals2G-3G-4G Migration, Convergence and InterworkingWiFi, WiMAX, 3GPP LTEWireless LAN/PAN/BANLocation-based Services and PositioningWireless Broadband Mobile AccessRFIDCooperative TechniquesExperimental SystemsSensor Networks Technologies and ProtocolsMobile Social Networks
Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Modulation and Coding for Wireless CommunicationsSignal Processing for Wireless CommunicationsSynchronization, Channel Estimation, EqualizationIterative Detection and ProcessingMIMO Systems, Space-Time Coding, DiversityFundamental Limits, Information TheoryMultiple Access Schemes, Multiuser Detection AlgorithmsInterference Mitigation and Management TechniquesNetwork Coding and Cooperative Diversity and ProcessingAdaptive SystemsOFDM and OFDMALocalization and PositioningSource and Joint Source/Channel CodingPhysical SecurityResource Allocation and Game TheorySpectrum Sensing and Signal Parameters Estimation Radio Channel and RF SubsystemsRadio Channel MeasurementsRadio Channel Modeling and EstimationAntenna Issues in Wireless CommunicationsSmart Antennas and MIMO systemsCompact Antennas for Mobile TerminalsModeling and Mitigation of RF System Imperfections
Best Student Paper Awards and PhD SessionsPapers bearing a PhD student as the first author will be considered for the European Wireless Best Paper Awards. Papers qualifying for the award shall be submitted to the Student Papers Co-Chairs. A special PhD Defense Workshop will be organized, with the participation of students who already have a dissertation proposal in which they outline the key issues they wish to address, along with applicable methodologies and strategies.
SubmissionAll paper submissions will be handled electronically via the popular online tool EDAS http://edas.info. A specific submission page will be set-up in the general conference website.

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