The 11th International
Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications

July 23-25, 2024 // University of Leeds, England

(Hybrid mode: Physical and virtual)

"Inclusive and Intelligent Connectivity"

Technically Co-Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Conference Record Number #62286

Call for papers Download CFP

Topics of Interest:

WINCOM 2024 solicits high-quality and original contributions in ubiquitous networking, but not limited to, the following tracks:

Track 1: Wireless Communications:

  • Wireless Mobile Networks
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning for wireless communication systems
  • Smart global connectivity
  • Challenges and issues in designing AI-enabled wireless networks
  • Deep learning techniques for wireless networks
  • Millimeter wave and Terahertz communications
  • MIMO, multi-user MIMO
  • Sub-Networking for 6G
  • 6G Network Programmability
  • Localisation and Mapping
  • Implementation, testbeds and prototypes
  • Satellite Communications and Networking
  • Cross-layer design involving MAC layer
  • Routing and QoS provisioning
  • Multihop communications: Ad hoc, WSN, DTN, VANET

Track 2: Communications and Information Theory

  • Communication theory
  • Semantic Communication
  • Age and Value aware communication
  • Non-terrestrial networks
  • Optical communications
  • Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and multi-carrier systems
  • Cooperative communications
  • Detection and estimation theory
  • Device-to-device and machine-type communications
  • Diversity and fading countermeasures
  • Edge AI and machine learning in communication systems
  • Energy efficient and green PHY layer design
  • Information theory aspects of wireless communications
  • Intelligent radio
  • Integrated Communication and Sensing theory
  • Interference management, cancellation, alignment, and avoidance
  • Signal processing for Wireless communication
  • Physical layer design
  • Modulation, coding, and diversity techniques
  • Channel capacity estimation, modeling and equalization
  • Radio resource management, allocation and scheduling

Track 3: IoT and Smart Cities

  • Intelligent vehicle technologies and vehicular networks
  • Internet of thing and applications
  • Internet of Thing use cases and their applications
  • Cloud Computing, Networking and Storage
  • Ultra-low power IoT technologies and embedded system architectures
  • IoT and Metaverse
  • IoT for Smart cities
  • Autonomous Driving
  • Industry 5.0
  • Robotics Communication
  • Co-design of communication and control
  • Multihop communications: Ad hoc, WSN, DTN, VANET
  • M2M and MTC communications
  • Mobility Issues and continuity of services

Track 4: ML & AI

  • ML for Communication Networks
  • ML Supported by Communication Networks
  • Foundational Models for Telecom
  • Reinforcement Learning for Resource Allocation
  • Open Radio Access Networks (ORAN)
  • Radio Intelligence Controller and Apps
  • Deep Learning for new applications
  • Secure and Robust Learning
  • Resilient Learning Methods
  • Contrastive Learning Methods
  • Transfer Learning
  • Edge Learning
  • Federated Learning
  • Model Mediated Learning

Track 5: Applications and Multimedia Networking Track

  • P2P services for multimedia
  • Service oriented architectures
  • e-Healt, Body area networks
  • Mobile health care and medical applications
  • Implementation, testbeds and prototypes
  • Digital Twins
  • Multimedia Streaming Services
  • Software Defined Applications for 6G
  • Open Source Software based test-beds
  • Case-studies and real-world learning from deployments
  • Learning theory to solve networking problems
  • Emerging Internet applications
  • Context and location-awareness in pervasive systems
  • Emerging wireless and mobile applications
  • User interfaces, user-machine interactions

Track 6: Edge, Fog and Cloud Computing

  • Fog, Edge Cloud Continuum
  • Autonomous Orchestration
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Intent based Networking
  • Resilience in Networks
  • Autonomous Distribution of Intelligence
  • Infrastructure as a Code
  • Function-as-a-Service
  • DevOps, MLOps and RANOps
  • Mobile slicing and Multi-homing
  • Self-adaptation on the service layer
  • Service discovery and portability

Track 7: Cognitive and Agile Networking

  • Future Internet and Next-Generation Networking
  • Green Communication Systems and Networks
  • Modeling and performance evaluation
  • Cognitive Networks
  • Spectrum Sharing in Midband
  • mmWave Spectrum for indoor services
  • THz Joint Communication and Sensing
  • Cognitive and Semantic Aware Networking
  • Intent based cognitive networking
  • Cognitive Networking for ORAN
  • Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces and Closed loop cognition

Track 8: Non-Terrestial Networks

  • UAV assisted Communication
  • Aerial UEs
  • Simultaneous Power and Communication for UAVs
  • UAV based IRS
  • UAV assisted Backscatter Communications
  • UAV assisted IoT
  • UAVs for Signal Intelligence
  • Vector Sensor Arrays
  • UAV based Emergency Services
  • UAV based Sub-Networking
  • Aerial Edge Computing
  • Swarm Communication
  • Hierarchical Aerial Networks
  • Space, Aerial, Ground Networks
  • Underground communication
  • Underwater communication

Track 9: Security, Privacy and Trust

  • Security and Cybersecurity
  • Trust, Privacy & Blockchain Platforms
  • Cybersecurity for 6G
  • Secure xApps and rApps
  • Security of Foundational Model
  • Attacks on 6G Networks
  • Security for ML
  • ML based fingerprinting
  • Energy Cost of Security
  • Coding for Security
  • Privacy preservation on Edge
  • Differential Privacy
  • Secure Over-the-air updates

Track 10: Optical and Quantum Communication Track

  • Optical Wireless Networks
  • Quantum Key Distribution
  • Visible Light Communication
  • Photonic implementation of ML
  • Quantum Communication
  • MIMO VLC
  • Hybrid RF-Optical Systems
  • VLC for IoT