BDAW 2020 : Big Data and Advanced Wireless Technologies, Studies in Big Data Series, Springer
Call For Papers
Submit your book chapter abstract to the new edited volume "Big Data & Advanced Wireless Technologies" now!
Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 June 2020
Chapter Submission Deadline: 30 August 2020
Submit your latest research results in the form of a book chapter to the upcoming book by Springer with title "Big Data & Advanced Wireless Technologies". The book is being edited by the world-class expert Prof George Dekoulis (email@example.com). The book will be published within the prestigious Springer's "Studies in Big Data" (SBD) Series with h-index of 40.
The book consists a publication product of the upcoming 2nd International Conference on Big Data & Advanced Wireless Technologies (BDAW'20) to be held in Cambridge, UK, in the period of 9-10 July 2020.
Therefore, submit your abstract today!
The SBD series of books have an h-index of 40. The new BDAW book will be indexed by ISI Web of Science, DBLP, Ulrichs, MathSciNet, Current Mathematical Publications, Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt Math: MetaPress and Springerlink.
Advanced analytics techniques assist Big Data in processing large sets of complex data. Wireless big data techniques have recently provided us with in-depth knowledge of the 5G, Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging wireless technologies. These data-driven methodologies have further assisted in the optimization of advanced data processing algorithms, the restructuring of wired and wireless networks, their operation and optimization. This book aims in presenting the latest Big Data challenges within the research and industrial domains.
The methodologies for intelligently processing voluminous and complex data also demonstrate the current state-of-the-art in terms of computing implementations. This volume will include the best papers of the BDAW'20 conference and other possible external contributions. A second volume focused on Wireless Networks may be opened for additional submissions if a large number of chapters will be absorbed by the current one.
I would like to express my gratitude in advance to all the researchers that will contribute to the success of this book project by submitting their chapters. I would like to thank all the members of the expert advisory committee for their willingness to assist in the reviewing process and the organization of the book. Finally, I would like to thank Mr Faouzi Hidoussi for organizing such an important scientific conference and for inspiring the creation of this book. I hope this volume will influence the next generation of Big Data and Wireless Network scientists positively in further pursuing new research projects. Even more efficient solutions are required to surpass the current technological bottlenecks that the computing community is experiencing. The topics to be possibly covered by the book are presented next.
Cloud and grid computing for Big Data
Machine Learning and AI for Big Data
Big Data Analytics and Social Media
5G and Networks for Big Data
IoT(Internet Of Things)
MIMO(Multiple Input, Multiple Output)
WLAN(Wireless Local Area Network)
WANET(Wireless ad-hoc Network)
Multi-Hop and Cooperative Communications
Radio Resource Management and Allocation
Multimedia and VoIP – Services & Technologies
Signal Processing for Wireless Communications
Multiple Access Techniques
Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio
OFDM, CDMA and Spread Spectrum
Space Missions & Satellite
Wireless or Satellite applications
IT application in Space Communications
Transport Protocol Performance over Satellite
Space Communications and Navigation
Future Space Mission
Plasma and Space Physics
Astrophysics and Space Science
High Energy Nuclear Physics
Signalling and Control
Data (packet) Switching and Routing
Mobile Switching systems and Network
Coding theory and techniques
Frequency Selective Surfaces
Artificial Magnetic Conductors
Electromagnetic Numerical Techniques
Wireless Sensors And Networks
Peer-to-Peer Computing and Networking
Radio Resource Management
Wireless Application Areas
Multimedia and QoS over Wireless Networks
Information Security Policy for Wireless Networks
Location-Based Applications and Services
Mobile Social Networks and Crowd sourcing
Satellite Broadcast Systems Engineering
IP Networking over Next-Generation Satellites
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
Mobile Broadband Satellite Services
Prof George Dekoulis, Mesoyios Research Centre, Cyprus (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Expert Editorial Advisory Board
Prof. William W. Vaughan, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA
Prof. Marcian Cirstea, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Prof. Farideh Honary, Lancaster University, UK
Prof. Neil Murphy, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
Prof. Paula S Morgan, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
Prof. Tomas Beker, European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company, Germany
Prof. Dimitrios Efstathiou, Chair IEEE VTS & AESS Joint Chapter, Greece Section
Prof. Carlos Calafate, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Prof. Christophe Soares, University Fernando Pessoa, Portugal
Prof. Christos Bouras, University of Patras CTI&P-Diophantus, Greece
Prof. Dimitrios Kallergis, University of West Attica, Greece
Prof. Domenico Ciuonzo, University of Naples Federico II, IT, Italy
Prof. Eduard Babulak, Liberty University, USA
Prof. Dimitrios Gkritzapis, Aerospace Engineering Institute, Cyprus
Prof. Felix J. Garcia Clemente, University of Murcia, Spain
Prof. Filipe Caldeira, Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal
Prof. Florian Tschorsch, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Prof. Francesca Guerriero, University of Calabria, Italy
Prof. Francesco Moscato, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy
Prof. João Leitão, NOVA-LINCS / FCT / UNL, Portugal
Prof. Jose Azevedo, Politecnico do Porto, Portugal
Prof. Manuel Arrebola, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Prof. Mohammed Kaabar, Moreno Valley College, USA
Prof. Navid Shaghaghi, Santa Clara University, USA
Prof. Nikos Petrellis, TEI of Thessaly, Greece
Prof. Olaf Maennel, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Prof. Parag Chatterjee, National Technological University, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Prof. Rodolfo Oliveira, Nova University of Lisbon, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal
Prof. Sarhan Musa, Prairie View A&M University, USA
Prof. Tarek Djerafi, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
Prof. Elias Panagiotopoulos, Aerospace Engineering Institute, Cyprus
Prof. Vicent Pla, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Prof. Vladimir Jotsov, ULSIT- Sofia, Bulgaria
Prof. Zhongqi Pan, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 June 2020
Book Chapter Submission Date: 30 August 2020
Author notification of acceptance: abstracts and book chapters will be reviewed as soon as they are being received. 1 week maximum delay in reviewing is expected with ultimate notification of acceptance date for complete book chapters the 20th September 2020.
Camera-ready version to be submitted: ( 20 October 2020
Publication date: end of 2020 - beginning of 2021
All authors of accepted and registered papers at the 2nd International Conference on Big Data & Advanced Wireless Technologies (BDAW’20) will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to be further published as a book chapter. The Publications Chair, Prof George Dekoulis, is in contact with Springer for the better absorption of all conference submissions by the appropriate publication product. All appropriate submissions will be included in to the upcoming book project by Springer with title “Big Data and Advanced Wireless Technologies”.
The BDAW'20 will take place between 9-10 July 2020 in Cambridge, UK. Authors are invited to submit their full chapter contribution by the 30th August 2020. Original research work is expected to be found in these book chapters. All manuscripts should follow the author's template and guidelines as provided by Springer. Each chapter is expected to be between 20 and 30 pages. Book chapters that do not follow the recommended format will eventually be rejected by the reviewing committee.
Authors are invited to submit their abstract or book chapter contribution through the Easychair conference management system:
There are no submission fees for the authors to pay during the book publication period. Standard double-blind peer reviewing will be followed for a book chapter to be accepted.
Standard plagiarism software will be used for pre-processing the submitted book chapters. A similarity index of up to 20% will be acceptable for all contributions following the BDAW'20 conference. For contributions outside the BDAW'20 conference a similarity index of up to 10% will be expected.
Please, feel free to contact Prof. George Dekoulis (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) for any queries regarding the publication process.
Prof. George Dekoulis
Prof. George Dekoulis received a PhD in Communications Systems from the Computing & Communications Department at Lancaster University, UK, in 2007. He was awarded a 1st Class Distinctions BEng (Hons) in Communications Engineering degree from the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Media at De Montfort University, UK, in 2001. He received several awards from STFC, UK and EPSRC, UK and the “IET Hudswell International Research Scholarship”. Has managed known funding of ) 20 M€ for over 30 major research projects. External collaborator to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), USA. Chief Experience Officer (CXO) in Space Engineering and Honorary Professor at Prometheus Space Technologies, Greece. Honorary professor at Aerospace Engineering Institute (AEI), Cyprus. Founder & Chair of the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS) - Cyprus. General Chair of IEEE Aerospace Engineering Innovations 2019 (IEEE AEI 2019) Symposium, 20-23 April 2019, Limassol, Cyprus. Academic advisor/Acting Dean of Sciences to well-known world-class Universities and Colleges. He is the Computer Science Supervisor at Mesoyios College, Cyprus. He is the Director of the Mesoyios Research Center (MRC). Academic Director of the European Digital Competence Certificate (ECCC), Cyprus. He previously worked as a professor in Computer Science and Advanced Technologies at numerous Universities and University Departments. His research is focused on the design of innovative reconfigurable computing systems.
All accepted chapters will be published in the upcoming book with title "Big Data & Advanced Wireless Technologies" (BDAW) to be edited by Prof. George Dekoulis and published by Springer. This book belongs to the "Studies in Big Data" (SBD) series with an h-index of 40.
SBD publishes new developments and advances in the various areas of Big Data, quickly and with high quality. The intent is to cover the theory, research, development, and applications of Big Data, as embedded in the fields of advanced wireless technologies, engineering, computer science & engineering, physics, economics and other related fields of science .
The upcoming BDAW book refers to the analysis and understanding of large, complex, and/or distributed data sets generated from recent digital sources coming from sensors or other physical instruments as well as simulations, crowd sourcing, social networks, other internet transactions or all other applications to be covered by BDAW'20.
Indexing: The SBD series of books have an h-index of 40. The new BDAW book will be submitted to ISI Web of Science, DBLP, Ulrichs, MathSciNet, Current Mathematical Publications, Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt Math: MetaPress and Springerlink.
For further information regarding the book, the publication process, the expected post-publication educational activities, our state-of-the-art research activities on Big Data and Advanced Wireless Technologies or to collaborate with our consortium of research partner organizations, please, contact Prof. George Dekoulis, Director of the Mesoyios Research Centre (MRC), Cyprus (email@example.com (main) / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com etc).