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SmartCom2015

Tokyo - Japan International Workshop on Smart Wireless Communications

26-27 Oct. 2015
Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc. Head Office, New Annex, Tokyo

SmartCom2015 will be held at Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc. located in Tokyo, on October 26th-27st, 2015.
This workshop will be organized and co-sponsored by the technical committee on Smart Radio(SR) and the technical committee on Short Range Wireless Communications(SRW) of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE).

Program

Program

Call for Participation

Call_for_Participation.pdf

Call for Paper

Call_for_Paper.pdf

Scope

SmartCom2015 is a joint international workshop between SR and SRW technical committees of IEICE, targeting smart wireless communication and covering radio technologies, spectrum management, wireless network, communication theory, and flexible hardware for 5G and beyond. Due to the recent wireless technology advancement, ubiquitous connection becomes familiar with everyone. However, this also leads to the tremendous growth of wireless data traffic, demanding for higher data rate. Therefore, smart communication technologies to address this data crunch are urgently desired. Its solutions are keys for a sustainable future wireless world. In this workshop, we discuss the solutions targeting not only near future but also years beyond 2020. Expected candidate solutions include small cell, heterogeneous networks including microwave/millimeter wave devices and, dynamic spectrum management, etc. The organizing committee wishes that the workshop provides a great opportunity for discussing a future wireless world and become an occasion to launch cooperative research and joint proposal to international standard.
The topics covered by SmartCom2015 include, but not limited to, the following.

Topic

Heterogeneous wireless networks
• Ultra broadband small power base stations at higher frequency bands
• User plane / data plane splitting, common pilot channel, mobility management
• Dynamic cell structuring, virtual cell, ghost cell, phantom cell
• Backhaul / fronthaul architecture, cloud‐RAN, centralized‐RAN
• Cloud cooperated radio resource control, energy saving, wake‐up
• 5G waveform design
Cognitive radio networks and dynamic spectrum management
• Spectrum sensing and measurement
• MAC and networking protocols
• Learning in cognitive radio networks
• Applications and services based on TV white space/cognitive radio networks
• Standards, regulatory policies
• Green cognitive radio
Communication theory
• Network information theory
• Coding theory
• Physical‐layer security
• Theory of compressed sensing
• Iterative techniques, detection and decoding
Wireless distributed network, MAC protocol and network management
• Cross layer wireless networks
• Wireless LAN, sensor networks and mesh networks
• High density wireless networks
• Wireless network virtualization and virtual network management
• Software defined networks (SDN)
• ITS (Intelligent transportation system)
• Intelligent and cooperative MAC protocol
Hardware architecture and implementations
• Broadband and multiband antennas
• Multiband and multimode RF/analog circuits
• Reconfigurable baseband circuits
• Implementation of testbeds and prototypes, especially for higher frequency bands
• Implementation, Prototype for smart radio and 5G including mm-wave technologies
• Wireless Equipment for smart radio and 5G
Advanced wireless technologies
• Advanced MIMO technology
• Interference control, alignment, management techniques
• Advances in millimeter wave for wireless LANs and PANs

Technical Committees

Smart Radio(SR)
Chair
• Takeo Fujii, The University of Electro‐Communications
Vice Chair
• Kenta Umebayashi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
• Masayuki Ariyoshi, NEC
Secretary
• Osamu Takyu, Shinshu University
• Kentaro Ishizu, NICT
Secretary Assistant
• Kazuto Yano, ATR
• Mamiko Inamori, Tokai University
• Hiroyuki Shiba, NTT Corporation
• Gia Khanh Tran, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Short Range Wireless Communications(SRW)
Chair
• Hiroshi Harada, Kyoto University
Vice Chair
• Masafumi Kato, Fujitsu Lab.
• Satoshi Denno, Okayama Univ.
Secretary
• Tadao Nakagawa, NTT
• Hirokazu Sawada, NICT
Secretary Assistant
• Yun Wen, Fujitsu Lab.
• Keiichi Mizutani, Kyoto University

Registration

On-site registration for non-author participation.

Instruction of Camera-Ready Paper

Camera‐ready paper submission deadline :
Late September, 2015

  • You can choose two styles.
    * Special Session : Full paper (within 8 pages) or abstract plus presentation slide (total 8 pages, please use N-up if the slide has many pages). 
    * Poster Presentation and Technology Exhibition : Full paper (within 8 pages) and abstract plus poster (total 2 pages). 
  • If you choose full paper, you use the specified style format on the table.
WebsiteDeadline of registration of paper submissionDeadline of Camera-ready paper submissionPaper formats
Type -ILink13 August, 2015 19 August, 2015(Extended!)Late September, 2015 (it will be informed by email from IEICE)IEICE format (Japanese only)
Type -IILink13 August, 2015 19 August, 2015(Extended!)Late September, 2015 (it will be informed by email from IEICE)IEEE conference format
  • If you choose abstract plus poster and you are Type-I author, the front page of IEICE format is used for abstract page.
  • If you choose abstract plus poster and you are Type-II author, the abstract page is not specified but it should include the name, affiliation, and contact information of all the authors. The page size of the abstract page and poster should be A4.
  • For both styles, Prefix should be added to your paper title in accordance with the following rule.
    Special Session --> [Requested Talk]
    Poster Presentation --> [Poster Presentation]
    Technology Exhibition --> [Technology Exhibit]
  • Manuscripts should be written in English with a maximum length of 8 printed pages including figures.
  • If you are author for the type-II submission, please ignore assignment of copyright agreement and agreement of the reprint order which are described in the registration of paper submission website. However, if you do not answer them, the next process is not moved. Therefore, please,
    accept the ACA and the reprint order temporally. Even if you answer the acceptance, the ACA is NOT assigned to IEICE but the copyright of the submitted paper belongs to the authors. We do not request the reprint order to you.

For further questions please contact us by the following email:
sr_ac-srw-smartcom <at> mail.ieice.org .
Please replace <at> with @.

Instruction for Poster Presentation

A0 size (to be attached on walls or available easels)

Important Data

  • Camera‐ready paper submission deadline : Late September, 2015
  • Early Registration deadline : TBD

Practical Information (Venue and Hotel)

Venue
4-5-3, Chuo, Nakano‐ku, Tokyo, 164-0011, Japan

Floor Map
TBD

Hotel Information
TBD

Patronage/Exhibits

Please contact sr_ac-exhibt_prd <at> mail.ieice.org

Contact

Organizing co-chairs : sr_ac-srw-smartcom <at> mail.ieice.org


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