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RELATED TOPICS

APWiMob 2019 invites papers, original & unpublished work from individuals active in the broad theme of the conference. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

Track 1 : Fundamentals and PHY

  • Advanced modulation schemes
  • Antennas, beamforming, multi-antenna signal processing
  • Channel capacity estimation and equalization
  • Channel measurement, modeling, and characterization
  • Cognitive and green radio
  • Cooperative communications
  • Equalization, synchronization, channel estimation
  • Information-theoretic aspects of wireless communications
  • Interference characterization, cancellation, multiuser detection and mitigation
  • Iterative techniques
  • Modulation, coding, diversity
  • Multihop and cooperative communications
  • OFDM, CDMA, spread spectrum
  • Physical layer designs for WLAN, WPAN, and WBAN
  • Physical layer network coding and security
  • Power efficient communications
  • Propagation models for high frequency channels
  • RF propagation studies
  • Signal processing for wireless communications
  • Single and multi-user MIMO
  • Source and channel coding
  • Space-time coding, MIMO, adaptive antennas
  • Ultra-wideband and gigabit wireless communications
  • Vehicular communications
  • Wireless localization and tracking techniques

Track 2 : MAC and Cross-Layer Design

  • Adaptability and reconfigurability
  • Adaptive and cognitive MACs
  • B3G/4G Systems, WiMAX, WLAN, WPAN
  • Cognitive and cooperative MAC
  • Collaborative algorithms
  • Cross-layer design, cross-layer security
  • Cross-layer designs involving MAC
  • Delay tolerant MAC designs
  • Implementation of testbeds and prototypes
  • Information-theoretical approaches to MAC designs
  • Joint access and backhaul scheduler designs
  • Joint MAC and networking layer designs
  • MAC for low power embedded networks
  • MAC for mesh, ad hoc, relay, and sensor networks
  • MAC for mobile and vehicular ad hoc networks
  • MAC in 4G and future mobile networks
  • Multiple access techniques
  • Network information theory
  • QoS provisioning in MAC
  • Radio resource management, allocation, and scheduling
  • Reconfigurable MACs
  • Routing and QoS scheduling
  • Scheduler for cellular macro-, pico- and femto- systems
  • Scheduler for cooperative systems
  • Scheduler for relay systems
  • Security issues in MAC designs
  • Software defined radio, RFID
  • Time-critical MAC designs
  • Wireless MAC protocols: design and analysis

Track 3 : Mobile and Wireless Networks

  • Body area networks
  • Capacity, Throughput, Outage, Coverage
  • Cognitive radio networks
  • Congestion and Admission Control
  • Congestion, load and admission control
  • Dynamic spectrum management
  • Future wireless Internet
  • Green wireless networks
  • Internet of things
  • Interworking Heterogeneous Wireless/Wireline Networks
  • Localization for Wireless Networks
  • Location dependent networks
  • Mesh, Relay, Sensor and Ad Hoc Networks
  • Mobile and Wireless IP
  • Mobile computing
  • Mobility, location, and handoff management
  • Multi-hop and relay networks
  • Multimedia QoS and Traffic Management
  • Network architectures
  • Network Estimation and Processing Techniques
  • Performance of E2E Protocols over Wireless Networks
  • Proxies and Middleware for Wireless Networks
  • Robust routing
  • Satellite communications
  • Self-organizing networks
  • Smart cities and smart grids
  • Vehicular networks
  • Wireless Broadcasting, Multicasting, Geo-casting, Streaming and Routing
  • Wireless Network Security and Privacy
  • Wireless sensor networks

Track 4 : Services, Applications, and Business

  • Aerospace, Electronic and Defence secto
  • Audio and video broadcast applications
  • Authentication, authorization and accounting
  • Cognitive radio and sensor-based applications
  • Content distribution in wireless home environment
  • Context and location-aware wireless services & applications
  • Context and location-awareness in pervasive systems
  • Cyber-physical systems and applications
  • Dynamic services, autonomic services
  • Emerging wireless and mobile applications
  • Geoscience and remote sensing and related fields
  • Innovative user interfaces, P2P services for multimedia
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Mobile multimedia services
  • Mobile to mobile and in-car communication networks
  • Next generation home networks
  • P2P services for multimedia
  • Personalization, profiles and profiling
  • Personalization, service discovery, profiles and profiling
  • Regulations, standards, spectrum management
  • Secure network and service access
  • Self-adaptation on the service layer
  • Service discovery and portability
  • Service oriented architectures, service portability and cloud computing
  • SIP based services, multimedia, QoS support, middleware
  • Test-bed and prototype implementation of wireless services
  • User interfaces, user-machine interactions
  • Wireless applications in robotics
  • Wireless emergency and security systems
  • Wireless health applications, telemedicine and e-health services