SmartCom 2019 - The 6th International Workshop on Smart Wireless Communications -
SmartCom 2019 is organized by IEICE Technical Committee on Smart Radio (SR) and Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB), Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.


Heterogeneous wireless networks

  • Ultra broadband small cell deployment
  • C/U 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

Cognitive radio networks and dynamic spectrum management

  • Spectrum sensing and measurement
  • MAC and networking protocols
  • Applications and services based on TV white space/cognitive radio networks
  • Standards, regulatory policies
  • Green cognitive radio

Communication theory and its application

  • Network information theory
  • Coding theory
  • Physical-layer security
  • Compressed sensing
  • Learning for wireless communication

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)
  • Intelligent transportation system (ITS)
  • Intelligent and cooperative MAC protocol
  • Network controlled D2D communication

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 including mmWave
  • Wireless equipment for 5G, beyond 5G and IoT

Advanced wireless technologies

  • Advanced MIMO, Massive MIMO
  • Interference control, alignment, management techniques
  • Full-duplex communications
  • Advances in mmWave, terahertz (THz) wireless communication, and nano sensor networks
  • Wireless power transfer
  • Visible light communications
  • Dynamic TDD
  • Wireless sensing technologies and applications
  • Radar signal processing

Data Science, AI for wireless communications and others

  • Novel design of machine-learning for wireless communication technologies
  • Applications of AI for optimizing wireless communication systems
  • Applications of AI for 5G wireless transmission technologies and resource management
  • Evaluating the scope for and potential limitations of AI solutions in wireless communications

Technical exhibitions

  • Implementation, prototype, and wireless equipment for smart radio
  • Applications and related works of wireless communications

IMPORTANT DATES: Oral (with review)

  • Review paper submission deadline: 30 September, 2019. (Closed)
  • Notification of Acceptance: 14 October, 2019.
    (Rejected papers may be considered for the poster presentation.)
  • Camera-ready paper submission deadline: 21 October, 2019. (Closed)
  • Participant registration deadline: 25 October, 2019(JST). (Closed)
  • Registration fee payment deadline: 25 October, 2019(JST). (Closed)

IMPORTANT DATES: Poster (without review)

  • Registration of paper submission deadline: 13 October, 2019. (Closed)
  • Camera-ready paper submission deadline:
    15 October, 2019 (for authors from IEICE registered organization)

    21 October, 2019 (for authors from IEICE nonregistered organization)
  • Participant registration deadline: 25 October, 2019(JST). (Closed)
  • Registration fee payment deadline: 25 October, 2019(JST). (Closed)
  • * "Registration of paper submission" means for submission an abstract of your manuscript.
      "Camera-ready paper submission" means for submission your final manuscript.
  • ** Note that the accepting of applications could be stopped earlier if all the places are taken.