Track Information

Track: Emerging technologies in wireless telecommunications and systems

We invite submissions for our upcoming track focusing on the cutting edge of emerging technologies in wireless telecommunications systems. This event is a platform for researchers, industry professionals, and academics to share insights, breakthroughs, and developments in the dynamic field of wireless communications. We encourage papers on a wide range of topics, reflecting the latest innovations and research directions in this rapidly evolving area.

Key areas of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

● Physical Layer Security – Exploring new methodologies to ensure secure communications at the physical layer, including encryption and privacy techniques.
● Covert Communications – Investigations into hidden transmission methods for secure and undetectable communication channels.
● Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET) – Studies on decentralized, self-configuring networks of mobile devices connected without standard infrastructure.
● Flying Ad-Hoc Networks (FANET) – Research on designing, implementing, and optimizing ad-hoc networks for UAVs or drones.
● Applications of SDN in Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks – Papers on integrating Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies to enhance flexibility and management of ad-hoc networks.
● Applications of AI/ML in Wireless Systems (L1 and L2) – Innovative applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning at both Layer 1 and Layer 2 of wireless communication systems.
● Flexible Antennas – Contributions to the development and applications of antennas with flexible form factors.
● Reconfigurable Antennas – Studies on antennas capable of dynamically changing their frequency, radiation pattern, or polarization.
● Novel Technologies of Liquid Antennas – Research on the use and benefits of liquid materials in antenna design for enhanced performance and adaptability.
● RIS Antennas – Insights into Reflective Intelligent Surfaces (RIS) for controlling the propagation environment in wireless networks.
● MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) – Papers on the advancements in MIMO technology for increasing the capacity of wireless communication systems.
● mmWave Communication Systems – Research on the utilization of millimeter wave frequencies for high-speed wireless communications.
● Cellular Networks – Innovations and analyses of current and future cellular network technologies, including network architecture and optimization.
● 5G and 6G Communication Systems – Forward-looking research on the next generations of mobile communication systems, focusing on their implementation, challenges, and potential applications.

While the topics listed indicate the conference’s focus areas, we welcome submissions on other related subjects that push the boundaries of current knowledge and technology in wireless telecommunications and systems.

Track Chairs
Spyros Lavdas, George Vardoulias, 
School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Information Technology & RTIN Research Center, American College of Greece, Deree, Athens, Greece
Constantinos L. Zekios College of Engineering and Computing, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA