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2023 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Conference (EMBC)

The conference program will consist of plenary lectures, symposia, workshops and invitedsessions of the latest significant findings and developments in all the major fields of biomedical engineering.Submitted full papers will be peer reviewed. Accepted high quality papers will be presented in oral and poster sessions,will appear in the Conference Proceedings and will be indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE.


ICC 2021 - IEEE International Conference on Communications

IEEE ICC is one of the two flagship IEEE conferences in the field of communications; Montreal is to host this conference in 2021. Each annual IEEE ICC conference typically attracts approximately 1,500-2,000 attendees, and will present over 1,000 research works over its duration. As well as being an opportunity to share pioneering research ideas and developments, the conference is also an excellent networking and publicity event, giving the opportunity for businesses and clients to link together, and presenting the scope for companies to publicize themselves and their products among the leaders of communications industries from all over the world.


GLOBECOM 2020 - 2020 IEEE Global Communications Conference

IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM) is one of the IEEE Communications Society’s two flagship conferences dedicated to driving innovation in nearly every aspect of communications. Each year, more than 2,900 scientific researchers and their management submit proposals for program sessions to be held at the annual conference. After extensive peer review, the best of the proposals are selected for the conference program, which includes technical papers, tutorials, workshops and industry sessions designed specifically to advance technologies, systems and infrastructure that are continuing to reshape the world and provide all users with access to an unprecedented spectrum of high-speed, seamless and cost-effective global telecommunications services.


2019 21st International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

With technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc(Communications Society), IEEE ComSocCISTC(Communications & Information Security Technical Community), and IEEE ComSocONTC(Optical Networking Technical Community), the ICACT(International Conference onAdvanced Communications Technology) Conference has been providing an open forum forscholars, researchers, and engineers to the extensive exchange of information on newlyemerging technologies, standards, services, and applications in the area of the advancedcommunications technology. The conference official language is English. All the presentedpapers have been published in the Conference Proceedings, and posted on the ICACT Websiteand IEEE Xplore Digital Library since 2004. The honorable ICACT Out-Standing Paper Awardlist has been posted on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library also, and all the Out-Standing papersare subjected to the invited paper of the "ICACT Transactions on the Advanced Communications Technology" Journal issue by GIRI

  • 2018 20th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    With technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc(Communications Society), IEEE ComSoc CISTC(Communications & Information Security Technical Community), and IEEE ComSoc ONTC(Optical Networking Technical Community), the ICACT(International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology) Conference has been providing an open forum for scholars, researchers, and engineers to the extensive exchange of information on newly emerging technologies, standards, services, and applications in the area of the advanced communications technology. The conference official language is English. All the presented papers have been published in the Conference Proceedings, and posted on the ICACT Website and IEEE Xplore Digital Library since 2004. The honorable ICACT Out-Standing Paper Award list has been posted on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library also, and all the Out-Standing papers are subjected to the invited paper of the "ICACT Transactions on the Advanced Communications Technology" Journal issued by GIRI

  • 2017 19th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    With technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc(Communications Society), IEEE ComSoc CISTC(Communications & Information Security Technical Community), and IEEE ComSoc ONTC(Optical Networking Technical Community), the ICACT(International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology) Conference has been providing an open forum for scholars, researchers, and engineers to the extensive exchange of information on newly emerging technologies, standards, services, and applications in the area of the advanced communications technology. The conference official language is English. All the presented papers have been published in the Conference Proceedings, and posted on the ICACT Website and IEEE Xplore Digital Library since 2004. The honorable ICACT Out-Standing Paper Award list has been posted on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library also, and all the Out-Standing papers are subjected to the invited paper of the "ICACT Transactions on the Advanced Communications Technology" Journal issued by

  • 2016 18th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    With technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc(Communications Society), IEEE ComSoc CISTC(Communications & Information Security Technical Community), and IEEE ComSoc ONTC(Optical Networking Technical Community), the ICACT(International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology) Conference has been providing an open forum for scholars, researchers, and engineers to the extensive exchange of information on newly emerging technologies, standards, services, and applications in the area of the advanced communications technology. The conference official language is English. All the presented papers have been published in the Conference Proceedings, and posted on the ICACT Website and IEEE Xplore Digital Library since 2004. The honorable ICACT Out-Standing Paper Award list has been posted on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library also, and all the Out-Standing papers are subjected to the invited paper of the "ICACT Transactions on the Advanced Communications Technology" Journal issued by GiRI.

  • 2015 17th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    With technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc(Communications Society), IEEE ComSoc CISTC(Communications & Information Security Technical Community), and IEEE ComSoc ONTC(Optical Networking Technical Community), the ICACT(International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology) Conference has been providing an open forum for scholars, researchers, and engineers to the extensive exchange of information on newly emerging technologies, standards, services, and applications in the area of the advanced communications technology. The conference official language is English. All the presented papers have been published in the Conference Proceedings, and posted on the ICACT Website and IEEE Xplore Digital Library since 2004. The honorable ICACT Out-Standing Paper Award list has been posted on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library also, and all the Out-Standing papers are subjected to the invited paper of the "ICACT Transactions on the Advanced Communications Technology" Journal issued by GiRI.

  • 2014 16th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    Technology, service, architecture, strategy, and policy in newly emerging system, standard, service, and variety of application on the area of telecommunications. ICACT 2014 provides an open forum for scholar, researcher, engineer, policy maker, network planner, and service provider in the advanced communication technologies.

  • 2013 15th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    Technology, standard, service, architecture, strategy, and policy in newly emerging systems and a variety of applications in the area of communications. ICACT2013 provides an open forum for scholar, researcher, engineer, policy maker, network planner, and service provider in the advanced communications technologies.

  • 2012 14th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    Technology, service, architecture, strategy, and policy in newly emerging systems, standards, service, and a variety of applications in the area of telecommunicatons. ICACT 2012 provides an open forum for scholars, researchers, engineers, policy makers, network planners, and service providers in the advanced communication technologies.

  • 2011 13th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT) provides an open forum for researchers, engineers, policy, network planners, and service providers in the advanced communication technologies. Extensive exchange of information will be provided on newly emerging systems, standards, services, and variety of applications on the area of telecommunications.

  • 2010 12th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    ICACT is an annual conference providing an open forum for researchers, engineers, network planners, and service providers in telecommunications. Extensive exchange of information will be provided on newly emerging systems, standards, services, and variety of applications in the area of telecommunications.

  • 2009 11th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

    ICACT is an annual conference providing an open forum for researchers, engineers, network planners, and service providers in telecommunications. Extensive exchange of information will be provided on newly emerging systems, standards, services, and variety of applications in the area of telecommunications.

  • 2008 10th International Conference Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

  • 2007 9th International Conference Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

  • 2006 8th International Conference Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

  • 2005 7th International Conference Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

  • 2004 6th International Conference Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)


2019 IEEE 20th International Symposium on "A World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks" (WoWMoM)

IEEE WoWMoM 2019 is soliciting original and previously unpublished papers addressing research challenges and advances in the areas of wireless, mobile, and multimedia networking as well as ubiquitous and pervasive systems.


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Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE

IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters (AWP Letters) will be devoted to the rapid electronic publication of short manuscripts in the technical areas of Antennas and Wireless Propagation.


Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on

Part I will now contain regular papers focusing on all matters related to fundamental theory, applications, analog and digital signal processing. Part II will report on the latest significant results across all of these topic areas.


Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on

Part I will now contain regular papers focusing on all matters related to fundamental theory, applications, analog and digital signal processing. Part II will report on the latest significant results across all of these topic areas.


Communications Letters, IEEE

Covers topics in the scope of IEEE Transactions on Communications but in the form of very brief publication (maximum of 6column lengths, including all diagrams and tables.)


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


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Errata [for "Location-Aware Communications for 5G Networks"]

IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 2015

In the article "Location-Aware Communications for 5G Networks" by R. Di Taranto et al. (ibid., vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 102–112), math was typeset incorrectly due to a production error in equation (2) and in the text directly following equation (5). In (2), a "1" should not appear before the "C" on the left-hand side of the equation. The correct ...


Toward Massive Machine Type Cellular Communications

IEEE Wireless Communications, 2017

Cellular networks have been engineered and optimized to carrying ever- increasing amounts of mobile data, but over the last few years, a new class of applications based on machine-centric communications has begun to emerge. Automated devices such as sensors, tracking devices, and meters, often referred to as machine-to-machine (M2M) or machine-type communications (MTC), introduce an attractive revenue stream for mobile ...


Correction to "Adaptive admission control in wireless multimedia networks under nonuniform traffic conditions"

IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2001

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Benefits and Impact of Cloud Computing on 5G Signal Processing: Flexible centralization through cloud-RAN

IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 2014

Cloud computing draws significant attention in the information technology (IT) community as it provides ubiquitous on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources with minimum management effort. It gains also more impact on the communication technology (CT) community and is currently discussed as an enabler for flexible, cost-efficient and more powerful mobile network implementations. Although centralized baseband pools ...


Cellular Networking and Mobile Radio Channel Characterization

AeroMACS: An IEEE 802.16 Standard-Based Technology for the Next Generation of Air Transportation Systems, None

This chapter begins with a brief review of the cellular concept and Erlang traffic theory, leading to the design of classical cellular network for a given grade of service. The wireless radio channel is reviewed, and three categories of signal attenuation/fading are highlighted. It is interesting to observe that the preliminary steps in defining and understanding radio resource management (RRM) ...


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IEEE.tv Videos

Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular: It Will Work!
Beyond the Cellular Paradigm: Cell-Free Architectures with Radio Stripes - IEEE Future Networks Webinar
mmWave for Future Public Safety Communications - Michele Zorzi - 5G Technologies for Tactical and First Responder Networks 2018
Molecular Cellular Networks: A Non von Neumann Architecture for Molecular Electronics - Craig Lent: 2016 International Conference on Rebooting Computing
New value creation with the Future X Network - Peter Vetter - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
IMS 2012 Microapps - Use of FPGAs for Faster Test Times and Repeatability on Cellular Measurements
Roberto Padovani - IEEE Honors Ceremony 2016 Red Carpet Interview
The Other 5G: 60 GHz Wifi Access / B-Haul Solutions - Arogyaswami Paulraj - Brooklyn 5G Summit 2018
Shlomo Shamai accepts the IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal - Honors Ceremony 2017
Tutorial 4: A Softwarized Perspective of 5G Networks - NetSoft 2020 Conference
NSF's Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) - IEEE Future Networks Webinar
5G Millimeter Wave Cellular Systems - Sundeep Rangan - IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2019
Security in SDN/NFV and 5G Network: Opportunities and Challenges - IEEE Future Networks Initiative
Brooklyn 5G Summit 2014: Dr. Robert Heath on Coverage and Capacity Analysis of Dense Millimeter Wave Cellular System
Brooklyn 5G Summit: Realizing Massive MIMO in LTE-Advanced and 5G
ICASSP 2010 - Advances in Neural Engineering
IMS 2014: Design and Analysis of a Low-Profile 28 GHz Beam Steering Antenna Solution for Future 5G Cellular Applications
The Vienna LTE-A Dowlink Link-Level Simulator
Keynote: Gerhard Fettweis - Terahertz Communication - B5GS 2019
Electric-field Bit Write-in for Molecular Quantum-dot Cellular Automata - Enrique Blair - ICRC 2018

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Errata [for "Location-Aware Communications for 5G Networks"]

    In the article "Location-Aware Communications for 5G Networks" by R. Di Taranto et al. (ibid., vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 102–112), math was typeset incorrectly due to a production error in equation (2) and in the text directly following equation (5). In (2), a "1" should not appear before the "C" on the left-hand side of the equation. The correct way it should be displayed is given here. In the second line under (5) on page 106, the subscript asterisk should not be followed by a period. The correct way it should be displayed here. Also, two authors' names were misprinted. The corrected names are L. Srikar Muppirisetty and Dirk Slock.

  • Toward Massive Machine Type Cellular Communications

    Cellular networks have been engineered and optimized to carrying ever- increasing amounts of mobile data, but over the last few years, a new class of applications based on machine-centric communications has begun to emerge. Automated devices such as sensors, tracking devices, and meters, often referred to as machine-to-machine (M2M) or machine-type communications (MTC), introduce an attractive revenue stream for mobile network operators, if a massive number of them can be efficiently supported. The novel technical challenges posed by MTC applications include increased overhead and control signaling as well as diverse application-specific constraints such as ultra- low complexity, extreme energy efficiency, critical timing, and continuous data intensive uploading. This article explains the new requirements and challenges that large-scale MTC applications introduce, and provides a survey of key techniques for overcoming them. We focus on the potential of 4.5G and 5G networks to serve both the high data rate needs of conventional human-type communication (HTC) subscribers and the forecasted billions of new MTC devices. We also opine on attractive economic models that will enable this new class of cellular subscribers to grow to its full potential.

  • Correction to "Adaptive admission control in wireless multimedia networks under nonuniform traffic conditions"

    None

  • Benefits and Impact of Cloud Computing on 5G Signal Processing: Flexible centralization through cloud-RAN

    Cloud computing draws significant attention in the information technology (IT) community as it provides ubiquitous on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources with minimum management effort. It gains also more impact on the communication technology (CT) community and is currently discussed as an enabler for flexible, cost-efficient and more powerful mobile network implementations. Although centralized baseband pools are already investigated for the radio access network (RAN) to allow for efficient resource usage and advanced multicell algorithms, these technologies still require dedicated hardware and do not offer the same characteristics as cloud- computing platforms, i.e., on-demand provisioning, virtualization, resource pooling, elasticity, service metering, and multitenancy. However, these properties of cloud computing are key enablers for future mobile communication systems characterized by an ultradense deployment of radio access points (RAPs) leading to severe multicell interference in combination with a significant increase of the number of access nodes and huge fluctuations of the rate requirements over time. In this article, we will explore the benefits that cloud computing offers for fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks and investigate the implications on the signal processing algorithms.

  • Cellular Networking and Mobile Radio Channel Characterization

    This chapter begins with a brief review of the cellular concept and Erlang traffic theory, leading to the design of classical cellular network for a given grade of service. The wireless radio channel is reviewed, and three categories of signal attenuation/fading are highlighted. It is interesting to observe that the preliminary steps in defining and understanding radio resource management (RRM) in present‐day “telephone” networks are embedded in the cellular concept and cellular layout of the wireless network. The chapter serves to provide a brief review of cellular networking and propagation environment over which Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS) is presumed to operate. The background material covered in the chapter is oriented toward assisting the reader for understanding various required protocols and signal processing techniques used in the physical layer and to some extent in the MAC layer of AeroMACS networks.

  • Social Data Offloading in D2D-Enhanced Cellular Networks by Network Formation Games

    Recently, cellular networks have become severely overloaded by social-based services, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, in which thousands of clients subscribe to a common content provider (e.g., a popular singer) and download his/her content updates all the time. Offloading such traffic through complementary networks, such as a delay tolerant network formed by device-to- device (D2D) communications between mobile subscribers, is a promising solution to reduce the cellular burdens. In the existing solutions, mobile users are assumed to be volunteers who selflessly deliver the content to every other user in proximity while moving. However, practical users are selfish and they will evaluate their individual payoffs in the D2D sharing process, which may highly influence the network performance compared to the case of selfless users. In this paper, we take user selfishness into consideration and propose a network formation game to capture the dynamic characteristics of selfish behaviors. In the proposed game, we provide the utility function of each user and specify the conditions under which the subscribers are guaranteed to converge to a stable network. Then, we propose a practical network formation algorithm in which the users can decide their D2D sharing strategies based on their historical records. Simulation results show that user selfishness can highly degrade the efficiency of data offloading, compared with ideal volunteer users. Also, the decrease caused by user selfishness can be highly affected by the cost ratio between the cellular transmission and D2D transmission, the access delays, and mobility patterns.

  • Communicating While Computing: Distributed mobile cloud computing over 5G heterogeneous networks

    Current estimates of mobile data traffic in the years to come foresee a 1,000 increase of mobile data traffic in 2020 with respect to 2010, or, equivalently, a doubling of mobile data traffic every year. This unprecedented growth demands a significant increase of wireless network capacity. Even if the current evolution of fourth-generation (4G) systems and, in particular, the advancements of the long-term evolution (LTE) standardization process foresees a significant capacity improvement with respect to third-generation (3G) systems, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has established a roadmap toward the fifth-generation (5G) system, with the aim of deploying a commercial system by the year 2020 [1]. The European Project named ?Mobile and Wireless Communications Enablers for the 2020 Information Society? (METIS), launched in 2012, represents one of the first international and large-scale research projects on fifth generation (5G) [2]. In parallel with this unparalleled growth of data traffic, our everyday life experience shows an increasing habit to run a plethora of applications specifically devised for mobile devices, (smartphones, tablets, laptops)for entertainment, health care, business, social networking, traveling, news, etc. However, the spectacular growth in wireless traffic generated by this lifestyle is not matched with a parallel improvement on mobile handsets? batteries, whose lifetime is not improving at the same pace [3]. This determines a widening gap between the energy required to run sophisticated applications and the energy available on the mobile handset. A possible way to overcome this obstacle is to enable the mobile devices, whenever possible and convenient, to offload their most energy-consuming tasks to nearby fixed servers. This strategy has been studied for a long time and is reported in the literature under different names, such as cyberforaging [4] or computation offloading [5], [6]. In recent years, a strong impulse to computation offloading has come through cloud computing (CC), which enables the users to utilize resources on demand. The resources made available by a cloud service provider are: 1) infrastructures, such as network devices, storage, servers, etc., 2) platforms, such as operating systems, offering an integrated environment for developing and testing custom applications, and 3) software, in the form of application programs. These three kinds of services are labeled, respectively, as infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and software as a service. In particular, one of the key features of CC is virtualization, which makes it possible to run multiple operating systems and multiple applications over the same machine (or set of machines), while guaranteeing isolation and protection of the programs and their data. Through virtualization, the number of virtual machines (VMs) can scale on ?demand, thus improving the overall system computational efficiency. Mobile CC (MCC) is a specific case of CC where the user accesses the cloud services through a mobile handset [5]. The major limitations of today?s MCC are the energy consumption associated to the radio access and the latency experienced in reaching the cloud provider through a wide area network (WAN). Mobile users located at the edge of macrocellular networks are particularly disadvantaged in terms of power consumption and, furthermore, it is very difficult to control latency over a WAN. As pointed out in [7]?[9], humans are acutely sensitive to delay and jitter: as latency increases, interactive response suffers. Since the interaction times foreseen in 5G systems, in particular in the so-called tactile Internet [10], are quite small (in the order of milliseconds), a strict latency control must be somehow incorporated in near future MCC. Meeting this constraint requires a deep ?rethinking of the overall service chain, from the physical layer up to virtualization.

  • Distributed Resource Allocation in 5G Cellular Networks

    Future wireless networks are expected to be highly heterogeneous, with the co‐existence of macrocells and small cells as well as the provisioning for device‐to‐device communication. In such heterogeneous and multi‐tier systems, centralized radio resource allocation and interference management schemes will not be scalable. Therefore, distributed resource allocation schemes will need to be designed. However, designing such distributed schemes is one of the fundamental research challenges for 5G multi‐tier cellular wireless networks. After a brief overview of 5G cellular systems, this chapter highlights three novel approaches that can be used to solve the distributed‐resource allocation problems in future heterogeneous networks. Specifically, we utilize the concepts of stable matching, factor‐graph‐based message passing, and distributed auctions and show their effectiveness in obtaining distributed solutions to the resource allocation problem. To this end, a brief qualitative comparison in terms of performance metrics, such as complexity, convergence, and signaling overhead, is presented.

  • Location-Aware Communications for 5G Networks: How location information can improve scalability, latency, and robustness of 5G

    Fifth-generation (5G) networks will be the first generation to benefit from location information that is sufficiently precise to be leveraged in wireless network design and optimization. We argue that location information can aid in addressing several of the key challenges in 5G, complementary to existing and planned technological developments. These challenges include an increase in traffic and number of devices, robustness for mission-critical services, and a reduction in total energy consumption and latency. This article gives a broad overview of the growing research area of location-aware communications across different layers of the protocol stack. We highlight several promising trends, tradeoffs, and pitfalls.

  • Toward Energy-Efficient 5G Wireless Communications Technologies: Tools for decoupling the scaling of networks from the growth of operating power

    The densification and expansion of wireless networks pose new challenges on energy efficiency. With a drastic increase of infrastructure nodes (e.g. ultradense deployment of small cells), the total energy consumption may easily exceed an acceptable level. While most studies focus on the energy radiated by the antennas, the bigger part of the total energy budget is actually consumed by the hardware (e.g., coolers and circuit energy consumption). The ability to shut down infrastructure nodes (or parts of it) or to adapt the transmission strategy according to the traffic will therefore become an important design aspect of energy-efficient wireless ?architectures. Network infrastructure should be ?regarded as a resource that can be occupied or released on demand, and the modeling and optimization of such systems are highly nontrivial problems. In particular, elements of the network infrastructure should be released by taking into account traffic forecasts to avoid losing the required coverage and capacity. However, even if traffic profiles were perfectly known, the determination of the elements to be released is complicated by the potential interference coupling between active elements and the sheer size of the optimization problems in dense networks.



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