时 间:2010-06-25 00:00 至 2010-06-27 00:00

地 点:北京


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由IEEE北京分会、上海交通大学、北京邮电大学、厦门大学等单位共同组织的“2010IEEE无线通信,网络技术与信息安全国际会议(WCNIS2010)”将于2010年6月25-27日在中国首都北京召开,会期将征收一批优秀论文,所有被本次会议录用的论文都会被IEEE Xplore、EI、ISTP收录。
Wireless Communication Systems Symposium:
● Cooperative Communications
● Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio
● Coding, Modulation and Diversity Techniques
● Channel Measurement and Modelling
● Cross-Layer Design and Optimization
● Distributed Space-Time Techniques
● Joint Source-channel Coding for Wireless Communications
● Multi-cell Cooperation
● Multi-hop transmission
● Wireless Multicasting
● MIMO and Space-Time Coding
● Multi-user Detection, Signal Separation and Interference Rejection
● Mobility and Localization Techniques
● Network Coding
● OFDM and Multi-Carrier Systems
● Opportunistic Scheduling
● Resource Allocation and Interference Management
● Synchronization
● Satellite Communications
● Short range communications
● Ultra-wideband Communications

Communications Theory and Signal Processing Symposium:
● Adaptive Antenna Arrays
● Adaptive Modulation and Coding
● Channel Estimation, Modeling and Equalization
● Coding for OFDM and Multi-carrier Systems
● Channel Capacity and Channel Coding
● CDMA and Spread Spectrum
● Diversity and Fading Countermeasures
● Hardware and Implementation
● Information Theory
● Iterative Techniques, Detection and Decoding
● Interference Management, Cancellation, Avoidance
● Network Information Theory and Coding
● Network Coding
● Performance Analysis for wireless channels
● Space-time Coding and Processing
● Source Coding and Data Compression
● SP for Software Defined Radio
● Signal Detection, and Synchronization
● Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radios
● Speech, Image and Video Signal Processing for communications
● Turbo, LDPC and Other Channel Codes

Wireless Network Symposium:
● Architectural design and operation models
● Body-area wireless networks
● Cellular systems (2G/2.5G/3G/4G and beyond)
● Cross-layer design and optimization
● Deep space communications
● Delay/Disruption tolerant wireless networks
● End-to-end protocol, flow and congestion control
● Fault-tolerance and traffic reliability issues
● Inter-networking of wireless heterogeneous and multi-tier networks
● Satellite systems, proxy and gateways
● Multimode wireless networks
● MAC schemes
● Mobile Routing/Switching and multicasting protocols
● Network planning, capacity analysis, and topology control
● WMAN, and other broadband wireless access technologies
● WLAN, WPAN, and other home/personal network technologies
● Pervasive and wearable computing
● Power management and control, and energy conservation techniques
● Resource management, mobility management, and admission control
● Service-centric and overlay networks
● Test-beds and deployment
● User cooperation and incentive schemes
● Validation and verification schemes
● Wireless wide area networks
● Wireless networks for vehicle, underwater, UAVs communications
● Wireless mesh networks
● Wireless Internet
● Wireless Network Performance
● Wireless network monitoring

Communications and Information Security Symposium:
● Access Control
● Accounting and Audit
● Anonymity and Pseudonymity
● Applied Cryptography
● Attacks and Prevention of Online Fraud
● Authentication and Non-repudiation
● Biometrics
● Cryptographic Protocols and Functions
● Database and System Security
● Design and Analysis of Cryptographic Algorithms
● Digital Rights Management
● Economics of Security and Privacy
● Formal Methods in Security
● Foundations of Computer Security
● Identity and Trust Management
● Information Hiding and Watermarking
● Infrastructure Security
● Intrusion Detection, Tolerance and Prevention
● Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Security
● Network and Wireless Network Security
● Peer-to-Peer Network Security
● PKI and PMI
● Private Searches ● Security and Privacy in Pervasive/Ubiquitous Computing
● Security in Information Flow
● Security for Mobile Code
● Security of Grid Computing
● Security of eCommerce, eBusiness and eGovernment
● Security Modeling and Architectures
● Security Models for Ambient Intelligence environments
● Trusted Computing