Call for Papers Important dates

Submission deadline: March 31, 2011

Extended deadline: April 18, 2011

Final Extended deadline: May 15, 2011

Notification of acceptance:  July 15, 2011 June 30, 2011

Camera ready submission: September 12, 2011 August 31, 2011

CFP Submission Procedure

Authors are invited to submit full papers according to the detailed instructions given on Submission procedure pages.

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Publication of the papers

Papers accepted will be published in the Conference Proceedings and will be available worldwide through IEEE Xplore.

Authors of the 3 best papers of WPMC will be invited to submit an extended version of their papers for a specific issue of Annals of Telecommunications or Wireless Personal Communications Journal. If your paper is selected, your research work will be then published in an international journal.

Annals of Telecommunications is an international journal publishing original peer reviewed papers in the field of telecommunications and is indexed in ISI and Scopus Databases.
http://www.annals-of-telecommunications.com/

Another set of high quality papers from WPMC 2011 will be invited to be submitted for a Special Issue of the Wireless Personal Communications Journal based on the Guest Editors choice. This is a journal published by Springer and included in ISI and Scopus Databases too.

A note for authors asking about EI: as of July, we did not start a process to have papers indexed by EI Compendex. We are verifying that it is legally possible regarding the
constraints of the conference. We will notify authors via this page and other means like twitter and facebook when we have further news on this topic.

Scope of the Symposium

The scope of the Symposium includes, but is not limited to, 4 main topics: transmission technologies, wireless networks, applications & services, systems & regulation.

TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGIES

  • Opportunistic and cognitive radios
  • MIMO techniques and smart adaptive antennas
  • Multiplexing and multiple access schemes
  • Radio propagation and channel modeling
  • SDR and other implementation technologies
  • Wireless optical communications
  • Underwater communications

 WIRELESS NETWORKS

  • Convergence of networks and future network topologies
  • DTN, Ad-hoc and sensor networks
  • Co-operative communications
  • Techniques for capacity and range extension
  • Wireless mesh networks
  • Energy-Aware Network Architecture
  • Cross layer optimization
  • Radio resource management and spectrum management
  • Broadcasting for Mobile applications
  • Satellite mobile communications
  • Trustworthy Networks, Privacy and Security Models

APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES

  • Experiments, trials and deployment
  • User-centric services
  • Quality of Experience
  • Location and identification based services
  • Mobile multimedia and mobile TV
  • Wellness and healthcare
  • Terrestrial and Maritime ITS applications
  • Emergency telecommunications
  • ICT for energy efficiency
  • Communication and Network Technologies for new services
  • Wireless Cloud

SYSTEMS AND REGULATION

  • Mobile cellular systems future development
  • Spectrum policies, sharing and coexistence
  • Harmonization and systems coexistence
           

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