Organized by: Telecommunication and Network Engineering Research Group Massey University
Funded by: Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), New Zealand
When/Where: 10 Feb 2017, Massey University (Palmerston North Campus)
Co-Sponsor: Technical co-sponsorship by the IEEE NZ Central Section
The aim of this workshop is to bring active researchers in New Zealand and abroad on a single forum to discuss the emerging trends in telecommunications. The workshop features several invited talks from experts in academia and industry. We invite original research papers on, but not limited to, the following topics: Wireless access and routing Cross-layer design optimization Energy efficient networking Nature and bio-inspired networking Mobile positioning and tracking Cognitive and cooperative networking Social and ambient networks Delay tolerant networks 4G and 5G networks Wireless sensor networks Vehicular Ad-hoc networks Wireless Mesh networks Network modeling & simulation Software defined networks Peer-to-peer networks Device-to-Device Communication Wireless Internet Architectures IPv6 and its derivatives QoS/QoE provisioning Biomedical applications of ICT
Steering Committee: Dr. Faraz Hasan (General Chair) Dr. Xiang Gui (Program Chair) Dr. Fakhrul Alam (Publications Chair) Dr. Muhammad Rashid (Submissions) Prof. Serge Demidenko (Publicity chair)
Important Dates Full paper submission: 30 Sep 2016
Peer review decision: 31 Oct 2016
Camera ready submission: 30 Nov 2016
Submission All submissions should follow the IEEE Conference Format and must be submitted as .pdf (preferred) or .doc formats. The paper should not be more than 5 pages in total. The submitted papers must have the paper title, author list, correspondence address(es) and keywords. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers who have expertise in the area. The submitted paper should not be under review elsewhere and should be unpublished. The authors who have not submitted their abstracts can still submit full papers for review.
Submissions page: http://seat.massey.ac.nz/research/centres/tne/workshop2017.asp Or, visit TNE Webpage (http://tne.massey.ac.nz ) and follow the link to workshop.
Registration: There is NO registration fee for this workshop, courtesy MBIE (NZ). The accepted papers must be presented in the workshop in order for them to be indexed in IEEEXplore.
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