IEEE GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE (IEEE GLOBECOM 2010)

The Premier Telecommunications Event for Industry Professionals and Academics from Companies, Governmental Agencies, and Universities around the World

Themed “MIAMI: Moving Into the Age of Mobile Interactivity,” IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 covers the entire range of communications technologies, offering in-depth information on the latest developments in voice, data, image, and multimedia.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM

  • Technical Symposia focus on technological trends in recent communication research and development from academia to the industrial laboratories throughout the world.
    • Ad Hoc, Sensor and Mesh Networking
    • Communication Theory
    • Communications Quality of Service, Reliability, and Performance  Modeling
    • Communications Software, Services, and Mulitmedia Applications
    • Computer and Communications Network Security
    • Next Generation Networks, Protocols, and Services
    • Optical Networks and Systems
    • Signal Processing for Communications
    • Wireless Communications
    • Wireless Networking
    • Selected Areas in Communications
  • IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 features exciting Tutorials program, which is OPEN to ALL conference attendees FREE of Charge. Many Workshops are featured to address emerging technical and business issues in communications technologies.

COMMUNICATIONS EXPO

  • Business Forum includes panel sessions on Design & Development, Enterprise Networking and Access.
  • CEO Forum features high-level executives addressing challenges, opportunities, and the future of the industry.
  • Exhibition showcases the latest technologies, applications, and services

IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 is the flagship conference of IEEE Communications Society, which is to be held in Miami during 6 – 10 December 2010. We invite you to submit your original technical papers and tutorial and workshop proposals to this event.

The following 11 symposia (with emails of contact points) are featured:

All general questions regarding to IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 symposia can be addressed to Dr. Qian Zhang (qianzh@cs.ust.hk) directly. All questions regarding to panels can be addressed to Dr. Jin Li (jinl@microsoft.com).

The organizers of IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 as well as our attendees expect accepted papers to be presented at the conference. IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference.

IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 opens all tutorial sessions to conference attendees FREE of charge. The Tutorial/lecture proposals should be submitted via EDAS, and all questions can be addressed to Khaled El-Maleh (kelmaleh@qualcomm.com), and the workshop proposals should be submitted to Xiaobo Zhou (zbo@cs.uccs.edu) directly.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Workshop Proposal:    15  December 2009
  • Tutorial Proposal:        15  December 2009
  • Proposal Acceptance: 15  January  2010
  • Paper Submission:      15 March 2010
  • Paper Acceptance:       1   July  2010
  • Camera-ready Paper:    1   August 2010
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IEEE ISCC 2010 – Extended Deadline – january 18, 2010 (firm deadline)

15th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC’10) June 22 – 25, 2010, Riccione, Italy
http://www.ieee-iscc.org/2010/index.html

Scope:
Continuing the tradition of this series of symposia, ISCC 2010 will provide an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing research in most state of the art areas of computers and communications,including the ones listed below. This year, special focus will be on the challenging issues related to the creation, management, dissemination, and communication of information.
You are invited to submit a full paper, or a proposal for a
panel/invited session, or tutorial, related to the following topics of interest:

– Access Networks
– Bioinformatics
– Data Mining and Database Applications
– Network Design, Optimization, and Management
– Distributed Systems Architecture and Management
– Economic and Regulatory Issues
– E-Commerce and E-Services
– Peer-to-Peer Computing
– Grid and Cluster Computing
– Human Language Technologies
– Security and Cryptography
– Internet Services and Applications
– Internet Protocols Advances
– Communications Services and Management
– Distributed and Mobile Middleware
– Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures
– Digital Media Technologies
– Modeling and Simulation
– Digital Satellite Communications Service
– NGN Network Infrastructures and Management
– Network Reliability and Quality of Service
– Optical Networking
– Fault-Tolerance and Error Recovery
– Real Time Communication Services
– Routing and Multicast
– Image Processing and Visualization
– Software Engineering
– Standards Evolution
– Management of Telecommunications
– Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks Architectures
– Overlay and Programmable Networks
– Wireless, Cellular, and Mobile Communications