Special Session on Emerging Technologies for 6G Wireless Communication Systems
All new fifth-generation (5G) mobile technology is expected to be operational by 2020, both industry and academia have started to look beyond the 5G, with the aim to increase the networks’ capabilities to serve a massive amount of diversified mobile applications, especially those supported by artificial intelligence, such as intelligent industry and self-driving vehicles. The performance of such application depends on the trade-off among computational accuracy, latency, and efficient use of available resources.
In March of 2019, a global 6G Summit event was held in Finland, where the event strives to initiate the process of establishing and agreeing upon a global 6G standard for the technology even at this early stage. There are four research areas in 6G, wireless connectivity, devices and circuit technology, distributed computing, and services and applications.
This special issue encourages high quality papers that advance the state-of-the-art and practical applications of future 6G technologies. This feature topic will bring together academic and industrial researchers to identify and discuss the major opportunities and challenges in applying 6G technologies to the understanding and designing of modern network systems. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
Communication Topics of Interests:
- Terahertz communications and sensing
- Mobile edge networking and computing
- Massive millimeter wave (mmWave) technologies
- Terahertz (THz) and quantum nanodevices and circuits
- 6G testbeds and applications such as robotics, UAVs, autonomous vehicles
- New security concepts / New network architectures
- Joint communication, computing, and storage resources allocation
- Artificial intelligence for the convergence of communications, storage, and computing resources
- Distributed artificial intelligence and federated learning in wireless networks
- Wireless data offloading and caching
- Energy efficient scheduling for Internet-of-Things applications
- Low-latency in wireless networked control systems
- Multiple access protocols in systems with distributed computing resources
- Cross-layer based security management
- Wireless networks with multidimensional radio access and backhaul technologies
- Optimization of communication, storage, and computing resources in hybrid terrestrial-aerial networks
- Optimization of computing and storage resources for energy harvesting systems (e.g., with wireless power transfer)
Communication Session Organizers
Vo Nguyen Quoc Bao, Posts and Telecommunication Institute of Technology, Vietnam
Le Hai Chau, Posts and Telecommunication Institute of Technology, Vietnam
Do Phu Thinh, Posts and Telecommunication Institute of Technology, Vietnam
Tran Thien Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport, Vietnam
Nguyen Ngoc Mai Khanh, The University of Tokyo, Vietnam
Dinh Thanh Viet, NXP Semiconductors, Holland
Nguyen Linh Trung, VNU, Vietnam
Nguyen Le Hung, The University of Da Nang, Vietnam
Thai Truyen Dai Chan, VGU, Vietnam
All papers should be prepared according to the IEEE standard template. It is required that all papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Authors are invited to submit papers of up to 6 pages, written in English, in PDF format, and compliant with the IEEE standard.
Papers are submitted via the EDAS system at https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=27661&track=104130
At least one author of each accepted paper is required to pay a registration fee and to present the paper either in-person at the conference or online. Accepted papers presented at the conference will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore.
Accepted papers presented at the conference will be published in NICS’2020 Conference Proceedings and submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore®.
- Submission deadline: 24 October, 2020
- Acceptance notification: 30 October, 2020
- Registration and camera-ready version: 5 November, 2020
Dr. Vo Nguyen Quoc Bao (email: email@example.com)