IWSDN workshop in conjunction with IEEE ICC 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015

The RESCUE project in conjunction with the DIWINE and the 5G innovation center is organizing the workshop in International Workshop on Advanced PHY and MAC Techniques for Super Dense Wireless Networks

Scope: Super dense wireless networks have received tremendous attention worldwide. This workshop aims to gather researchers, regulators, and users to present and debate advanced PHY and MAC techniques for super dense wireless networks and applications, with the perspective of current cellular, M2M, and V2V standardisation activities in 3GPP, ETSI, IEEE and IETF. Specifically, but not exclusively, the workshop proposes to address the following issues related to super dense wireless network:

Information theoretic limits
Channel and traffic models
Advanced modulation and coding schemes
Advanced relaying and cooperative communications
Centralised/distributed signal processing
Physical layer network coding
Asynchronous multiple access design
Non-orthogonal waveforms
Distributed self-organising methods
Advanced and cross-layer MAC solutions
Resource allocation
Routine and re-transmission protocols
Mobility management
Security, trust and privacy issues
Field trials / test-beds / regulatory issues

More information can be accessed through this link: http://info.ee.surrey.ac.uk/CCSR/IWSDN/


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