ISWCS 2016

Thirteenth International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems

September 20–23, 2016
Poznan, Poland
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ISWCS 2016 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc, IEEE VTS and EURASIP.

Call for papers

Recent Results, Emerging Achievements and Work-in-Progress Papers

We are deligthed to announce that we have opened a dedicated track for submission of scientific papers presenting recent results, emerging achievements or work-in-progress in the area of wireless communications and networking. Thus, the track is entitled: "Recent results and Emerging Achievements and Work-in-Progress in wireless communications and networking", and covers all topics listed below. The submission is open from untill 22nd of July 2016.

Tentative acceptance notification:

Accepted papers from that track will be published in IEEE Explore.

The topics covered by the recent results and emerging achievements track include but are not limited to:


  1. Advanced Multicarrier waveforms: beyond OFDM and filterbank-based schemes
  2. MIMO and multi-antenna communications
  3. Multiuser, network, massive and distributed MIMO systems
  4. Cooperative communications and relaying
  5. Space-time coding and processing
  6. Interference alignment techniques
  7. Communication with feedback
  8. Precoding and scheduling
  9. Wireless Communications Powered by Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer
  10. Spread spectrum systems: UWB, CDMA
  11. Information theory
  12. Green communications and energy efficiency
  13. Small cells and heterogeneous networks
  14. Cognitive radio
  15. Error control coding including turbo codes, LDPC and iterative decoding
  16. Adaptive modulation and coding
  17. Network coding
  18. Detection, equalization, synchronization, estimation
  19. Performance analysis, field tests and measurements
  20. Cross-layer air interface design
  21. Multiple access techniques
  22. Resource allocation and interference management
  23. Satellite and high altitude platforms
  24. Antennas and propagation
  25. Localization techniques
  26. Concepts for 5G and future PMR/PPDR broadband systems
  27. Physical layer security
  28. Radio over fiber techniques
  29. Wireless channel modelling
  30. Over-the-air testing
  31. Millimeter wave and visible light communications


  1. Ad-hoc and mesh networks
  2. Cognitive radio networking
  3. Green networking
  4. Energy harvesting
  5. Mobile Internet
  6. Heterogeneous and small cell networks
  7. MANETs
  8. Vehicular Networks (VANETs)
  9. Wireless sensor networks
  10. Machine-to-machine communications
  11. MAC protocols
  12. Self-organisation
  13. Radio resource management and interference control
  14. Cross layer design
  15. Wireless routing techniques
  16. Mobility management
  17. End-to-End QoS and QoS provisioning
  18. Traffic control and engineering
  19. Wireless privacy and security
  20. Multimedia systems
  21. Innovative services and applications
  22. Implementation concepts and testbeds
  23. Homeland security and military communications
  24. Device-to-Device (D2D) Communication
  25. ICT applications in smart cities and smart grid
  26. Delay tolerant networks
  27. Software defined networking
  28. Cloud-based networking techniques (mobile cloud computing, Cloud-RAN)
  29. Network virtualization
  30. Networking techniques for mmWave, MIMO, and massive-MIMO
  31. Machine-to-machine communications and applications

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