IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
31 August-3 September 2020 // London, UK

Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit their original papers, as well as proposals for panels, tutorials, and workshops, in all areas of wireless communications, networks, services, and applications, included in the following Tracks:

Track 1: PHY & Fundamentals

  • Coding and modulation
  • Channel modelling and equalisation
  • Coded caching and wireless caching
  • Cognitive and green radio
  • Cooperative communications
  • Millimetre wave communications
  • Multi-user communications and interference mitigation
  • Optical wireless communications
  • Physical layer security
  • Propagation, antennas and beamforming
  • Signal processing for communications
  • Single-/multiuser MIMO and massive MIMO
  • Source coding and joint source/channel coding
  • Synchronisation techniques
  • Ultra-wideband communications
  • Wireless information and power transfer

Track 2: Networking and MAC

  • Ad hoc, body area and wireless sensor networks
  • Adaptive and reconfigurable MACs
  • Cognitive radio and cooperative networks
  • Delay tolerant networks and MAC
  • Green wireless networks
  • Information-theoretic approaches to MAC designs
  • Joint MAC and networking layer designs
  • Location management
  • MAC for low-power embedded networks
  • QoS/QoE-enabling MAC
  • Radio resource management, allocation, and scheduling
  • Satellite communications
  • Security issues
  • Self-organising networks
  • Time-critical designs
  • Wireless multi-, broad- and geocasting

Track 3: Practical and Experimental Systems

  • 5G trials and experiments
  • Advanced wireless platforms and testbeds
  • Data driven network design and optimisation
  • Deployment insights from verticals
  • Network applications for test and production deployments
  • Network forensics, network instrumentation
  • Next Generation Internet
  • Plug-and-play deployments and experiments
  • Prototype implementation of wireless services
  • Satellite-based mobile access and backhaul
  • Systems implementation and emulation
  • Testbed networks

Track 4: Applications and Business

  • Adaptive content distribution in on-demand services
  • Agriculture and environmental monitoring
  • Autonomous driving solutions
  • Context and location-aware wireless services and applications
  • Critical communications and public safety
  • Digital health and wellbeing
  • Dynamic sensor networks for urban applications
  • Emerging business models and monetisation strategies
  • Enabling regulations, standards, spectrum management
  • Factory automation solutions
  • Hybrid licensed/unlicensed spectrum access schemes
  • Mobile & Wireless network support for vertical industries
  • Smart cities and smart grids
  • Technologies and enabling business model for rural communications
  • UAV networks
  • User-centric networks and adaptive services

Important dates:

Paper Submission:
20 March 2020

Paper Notification:
05 June 2020

Workshops Proposals:
21 February 2020

Workshops Notification:
13 March 2020

Tutorials Proposals:
10 April 2020

Tutorials Notification:
15 May 2020

Panels Proposals:
10 April 2020

Panels Notification:
15 May 2020

Final Papers Upload:
03 July 2020

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