Call for Papers and Proposals

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The 7th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technologies and Networking (CommNet 2024) is a forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of communication systems and information security.

The areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Track 1: PHY and Communication Theory

Antennas and RF
Channel Modeling and Estimation
Feedback and Two-Way Communication
Free Space Optical Communication
Fundamentals of Age of Information
Holographic Surfaces and Reconfigurable Surfaces
Information Theory and Channel Capacity
Integrated Sensing and Communications
Iterative Techniques, Detection, and Decoding
Low Resolution Communication
Millimeter Wave and Terahertz
Next Generation MIMO and Massive MIMO
Physical Layer Security
Propagation and Interference Modeling
Relaying and Self-Backhauling
Short Packet and Finite Block Length Communications
Stochastic Geometry
Visible Light Communications
Waveforms and Modulation
Wireless Power and Information Transfer

Track 2: Networking, MAC, and Security

Scheduling and Opportunism
Resource Management
URLLC, Time Sensitive and Deterministic Networking
Network Slicing
Routing and Congestion Control
Multiple Access and Contention
Cooperative Communication and Networking
Cognitive Radio and Networking
Spectrum Sensing, Access, andSharing
Wireless Network Security and Privacy
Blockchain security
Internet-of-Things (IoT) security and privacy
Malware detection and damage recovery
Backscatter Communications
Edge Computing, Edge Intelligence and Fog Networks
Network Economics
Energy-Efficient and Green Networking
RAN Data Collection and Storage Enhancement
Unlicensed Spectrum and Licensed/Unlicensed Inter-networking

Track 3: Artificial Intelligence and Optimization for Wireless

Deep Learning for Wireless
Reinforcement Learning for Wireless
Federated Learning and Distributed Learning for Wireless Networks
Unsupervised, Semi-supervised Learning and Generative Models
Communication-inspired Machine Learning (ML) for 6G
End-to-end ML over Wireless Channels
Scalability of ML for Wireless
Performance Analysis of ML Techniques for Wireless
Beam Management based on ML
Data-driven Network Modelling and Optimization
Networking Architectures for Artificial Intelligence
AI Service Provisioning in Wireless Networks
Intelligent Green Wireless Networking
-Bayesian Optimization for Wireless
Convex and Non-Convex Optimization for Wireless
Semantic and Goal-Oriented Communications
Game Theoretic Approaches to Wireless
Datasets for Wireless Systems and Channels
Generative AI
Federated Learning for Wireless Communications

Track 4: Emerging Technologies, Standards, and Applications

Experiments, Prototypes and Testbeds
Sensing and Localization
Joint Radar and Communications
Visible Light and Optical Communication
Connected Vehicles and Vehicle to Everything (V2X)
UAVs and Non-Terrestrial Networks
-Satellite and Deep Space Communications
Intelligent Beamforming Relays
Molecular and Nano Communications
IoT and Machine Type Communications
Software Defined Radio and Networks
5G NR and 6G standardization
802.11 and next generation Wi-Fi
E-health and Mobile Health
Blockchain and Cryptography
Quantum Communications
Innovative implanted and wearable devices
Networking support for virtual and augmented reality
-Backhaul/Fronthaul Networking & Communications
Integrated Sensing, Computing and Communications

Track 5: Green and Energy-Efficient Technologies

Energy Harvesting and Low Energy Communication
Wireless Power Transfer Techniques
Transportation of Electrification
Integration of Renewable Energy Resources
Power System Modelling and Stability Analysis
AI in Food and Agriculture
Industry 4.0 Technologies
Industrial Internet of Things
AI for Sustainable Transportation
Carbon-neutral communication and computing systems
Big data to meet green challenges
Collaborative Intelligence for Green Communication Systems
Energy efficiency and scalability of communication networks and infrastructures
Energy efficiency in 6G
Energy footprint evaluation in networks and computing architectures
Green optical wireless communications

Authors are invited to submit papers of original material that isn't currently under review in any other conference or journal.
Submission should be written in english with a maximum paper length of 7 printed pages, standard IEEE 2-columns format. An additional 8th page is allowed at an additional cost of 25 Euros (250 MAD)

Standard IEEE Transactions templates for Microsoft Word format can be found at: Click here.
Or LaTeX format can be found at: Click here.

Paper submission should be processed via EDAS platform, via the link:
All submitted papers will be reviewed by experts in the fields based on the criteria of originality, significance, quality and clarity.

Accepted and presented papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore. They will also be submitted to SCOPUS, ISI, DBLP and other leading indexing services.
Papers of a particular merit may be recommended for a special issue in an international journal. Best Papers awards and prizes will be given too.