1st International Workshop on Smart Radio for IoT Era (SRIoT 2019)
Final Extended Submission Deadlines
Paper due: April 30, 2019
Author Notification: May 10, 2019
Camera-ready due: May 15, 2019
Early Registration Deadline: May 17, 2019
Call For Papers
The major communication users in IoT (Internet of Thing) era are shifted from “Human” to “Things” and it is expected that huge numbers of nodes are connected each other in various requirements.
Environment and user demand aware flexible wireless networks are required for supporting variety of demands of wireless networks for IoT.
Here, these kinds of flexible wireless networks are called “Smart Radio” which is promising technologies for creating future mobile network platform. The examples of main research issues in smart radio are flexible spectrum resource utilization called smart spectrum, user demand flexible wireless networks, environmental aware wireless networks and so on. In particular, spectrum issues for future wireless networks are important for realizing sustainable wireless communication contributing to future IoT society and it is good time to start R&D in the related issues with long-term vision.
In this workshop, we discuss future wireless networks based on smart radio for IoT in which various user and application requirements are mixed. We would like to create approach of smart radio for future wireless networks which are adaptively designed by balancing spectrum environment and system demands through this workshop.
The workshop focuses on topics related to smart spectrum, smart wireless networks & systems, smart wireless hardware, and smart wireless data processing, which include, but are not limited to
- Dynamic spectrum access
- Spectrum sharing
- Spectrum database
- Radio environment map
- Cognitive radio
- Spectrum sensing and measurement
- Network virtualization & SDN
- Mobile (Multi
- access) edge computing (MEC)
- Future V2X
- Future PHY/MAC protocol
- Wireless sensor network & LPWA
- Green wireless system
- Wireless power transfer
- mmW, THz and visible light communications
- Software defined radio (SDR)
- Open Air Interface (OAI)
- Reconfigurable device
- Implementation of wireless system
- Multiband antenna and RF/analog circuits
- Machine-learning for wireless communication
- Applications of AI for optimizing wireless communication systems
- Big data for wireless systems and networks
All papers must be submitted electronically, in PDF format, and uploaded on EDAS. The direct link for paper submission is https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=25428&track=96414. There are two options for the submissions, either a full paper or a short paper. We decided to allow the submission of short papers in order to accommodate the most recent research outcomes. The submissions should be formatted with single-spaced, double-column pages using at least 10 pt (or higher) size fonts on A4 or letter pages in IEEE style format. The maximum number of pages is 6 for full papers and 3 for short papers. Detailed formatting and submission instructions will be available on the conference web site (http://www.icufn.org).
- Takeo Fujii (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
- Suguru Kameda (Tohoku University, Japan)
- Osamu Takyu (Shinshu University, Japan)