WirelessConnect 2022 : Springer Book - Towards a Wireless Connected World: Achievements and New Technologies
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Towards a Wireless Connected World: Achievements and New Technologies
To be Published by Springer Nature
While the deep impact of the Internet was realized even in the past decades, during COVID-19 pandemic period, its utility has been realized even more meaningfully. During the lockdown phases and due to taking their own precautionary measures, millions of Internet users preferred staying at home and doing whatever possible to do via online mode. Perhaps, for similar future cases (if any, again), same mode of communication would be very crucial. We have experienced academic institutions, regular corporate offices, businesses, political meetings, and even judicial proceedings running online. For many of these activities, people often use wired connection to get Internet services; however, it has been experienced in many places that when the wired connection fails, a more reliable form of connection could be achieved via the wireless technology. Also, it gives more flexibility to stay connected with the Internet when the users are on the move. For instance, the mobile phone’s data services can be turned on and a smartphone can be made a hot-spot to connect a computer to the Internet – all via the wireless technology. During online exams, for better reliability, some students can use this method to get uninterrupted Internet connectivity.
In some parts of the globe, regular electricity supply is a problem and often the Internet connection gets cut when power failure occurs. Wireless Internet via smartphones can solve the problem in this case. Many students could attend the online classes, businessmen can attend meetings or listen or watch important briefings while traveling via bus or vehicles and still remain connected to the Internet via wireless communication. Same experience is learnt from the journalists who may use mobile data for their job related tasks for interacting with people when covering some events outside. This is what we call as the Wireless Internet, which could be facilitated via Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN), Cellular network and Satellite communications technologies. To enhance the coverage and service features of the Wireless Internet, many works have been done from various angles on various wireless technologies. The challenges that remain in this field are still manifold.
The objective of this book is to collate the significant contributions in the fields related to Wireless Internet technologies. We expect the contributors from academia, industry and regular research labs would report their impactful solutions, trends and technologies that would make the Wireless Internet (in general, wireless connectivity for distance communication) more reliable and secure for the coming years.
Topics of Interest
In such a very timely field of research and engineering, the list of “hot-topics” include:
- Uninterrupted wireless connectivity
- Security and privacy in Internet of Things (IoT)
- Wireless Internet deployment technologies
- Mobile P2P networking
- Convergence of heterogeneous wireless networks
- Wireless Internet for healthcare
- Green Internet of Things
- Satellite and Space Communications
- Cognitive radio communications
- QoS (Quality of Service) issues for Wireless Internet
- Delay Tolerant Networks via wireless connectivity
- Vehicular ad hoc networks
- Cloud and mobile cloud technologies
- Dedicated short-range communications
- Context-aware mobile connection
- Architecture and challenges related to LTE, 5G, 6G, and beyond
- Security and Trust Issues in Wireless Internet
Full Chapter Submission: November 10, 2021 [Firm Deadline]
Notification for Corrections/Acceptance: January 10, 2022
Final Chapter Submission: February 15, 2022
Authors are invited to submit their full chapter by November 10, 2021. Manuscripts submitted for the book must be original, must not be previously published or currently under review anywhere. Submitted manuscripts should respect the standard guidelines of the Springer chapter format.
Manuscripts must be prepared using Latex, or Word, and according to the manuscript preparation guidelines, following the link below :
Chapter should contain between 15-25 pages.
Manuscripts that do not follow the formatting rules will be rejected without review. Prospective authors should send their manuscripts via email directly to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with a CC email to email@example.com .
Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book for publication. All manuscripts are supposed to go through a review process. Invited contributions may be fast-tracked.
The chapter prior to submission should be checked for plagiarism from licensed plagiarism software like Turnitin, iThenticate, etc. The similarity content should not exceed 30% (in any case either self-sourced contents or others).
The accepted contributions will be published by Springer.
Editor's Contact Information
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan, PhD, SMIEEE
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Independent University, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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