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IEEE LATINCOM 2022 : IEEE LATINCOM 2022 : IEEE Latin-American Conference on Communications


When Nov 30, 2022 - Dec 2, 2022
Where Rio de Janeiro
Abstract Registration Due Aug 10, 2022
Submission Deadline Aug 16, 2022
Notification Due Sep 6, 2022
Final Version Due Sep 27, 2022
Categories    communications   networks   signal processing   internet of things

Call For Papers

In 2022, the 14th Latin-American Conference on Communications (LATINCOM) returns to Brazil, to the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro is harmonically shaped by mountains and sea, lying in the narrow alluvial plain between Guanabara Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Its fantastic landscape comprises a series of green mountains cascading down to the coast, where visitors have the privilege to stare at iconic natural beauties, the Sugar Loaf (Pão de Açúcar) and Christ the Redeemer (Corcovado), from the emblematic beaches of Copacabana, Leblon, and Ipanema. Rio de Janeiro is also famous for its cultural miscegenation, remarkable architecture, exciting history, all-year-long hot weather, and hospitable people.

IEEE LATINCOM 2022 will be held from 30 November to 2 December 2022. The most important conference on communications in Latin America is held annually and attracts submissions and participants from all around the globe. This 3-day conference is known for bringing together audiences from both industry and academia to learn about the latest research and innovations in communications and networking technology, share ideas and best practices, and collaborate on future projects. IEEE LATINCOM 2022 is organized by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Latin America Region, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), and Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF).


The IEEE LATINCOM 2022 Organizing Committee is inviting submissions of original, unpublished, high-quality research papers or tutorials focused on (but not limited to) the following topics of interest:

Mobile and Wireless Networking

– Cellular systems, 4G/5G/B5G/6G

– Cognitive radio networks

– Device-to-device/machine-to-machine communications

– Green wireless networks

– Large-scale LEO satellite networking

– Opportunistic wireless networks

– Pervasive and wearable computing and networking

– Reconfigurable wireless networks

– Software-defined wireless networks

– Underwater wireless networks

– Vehicular networks


– Wireless network virtualization

– Wireless multimedia networks

– WLAN, WPAN, and other home/personal networking technologies

– Wireless networking techniques based on AI

Communication Services, Software and Multimedia Applications

– Cooperative networking for streaming media content

– E-health, E-governance, E-agriculture, etc.

– High quality service provisioning for multimedia applications

– Location-based services

– ML techniques for video delivery and service

– ML techniques for multimedia content analysis

– Multimedia cloud, streaming, multicast and broadcast services

– Multimedia fog/edge computing and communication

– QoE and QoS

– Quality-oriented routing algorithms

– Real time communication services

– Service orchestration and management

– Service security and privacy

– Triple and quadruple play services

Communication QoS, Reliability and Performance Modeling

– Networks and communication systems modeling

– Networks and communications performance evaluation

– Reliability of systems and networks

– Traffic measurement, modeling, visualization, and engineering

– Security and trust in network design

– Integration aspects in IoT and Big Data systems

– Design of cloud, edge and other distributed computing networks

– QoS and network efficiency

Optical Networks

– AI and ML for optical systems and networks

– Big data driven optical networking

– Data analytics for optical networks

– Elastic, flexible rate and flexi-grid optical networks

– Free-space optical networks

– Optical network control and management

– Optical network survivability and availability

– Optical vehicular networks

– Optical and wireless convergence

– Routing and spectrum assignment for optical networks

– Software defined optical networks

– Ultraviolet communications and networks

– Underwater optical communications

– Virtualization and slicing in optical networks

– Visible light communications

Communications Theory & Signal Processing

– Communication theory of ad-hoc and sensor networks

– Communication theory of distributed and edge computing

– Communication theory of networks and cross-layer design

– Multi-antenna, multi-user and multi-node systems

– Radio communications

– Satellite & space communications

– Signal processing techniques in 5G/B5G/6G

– Signal processing for QoS and QoE based applications

– Signal processing for smart grid and green communications

– Signal processing for sensor networks and IoT

– Signal processing for software defined and cognitive radio

– Signal processing for power line communications

– Signal processing for millimeter and tera-Hz communication

– Theoretical aspects of blockchain and ML in networks

Next-generation Networking and Internet

– 5G/B5G/6G architecture

– Blockchain in next generation communications and networks

– Content-centric networking

– Centralized-RAN and Cloud-RAN architectures

– Future Internet and next-generation networking architectures

– High speed architectures for next generation routers/switches

– Management of service-oriented control plane in 5G/B5G

– Network functions virtualization

– Next-generation access networks

– Next-generation anomaly-intrusion-attack detection/prevention

– Next-generation flow management

– Next-generation IP multimedia subsystem

– Next-generation network management and control

– Parallel architectures for next generation routers/switches

– Software-defined networking

AI, Big Data and ML for Networking

– AI and ML for 5G/B5G/6G and network slicing

– AI and ML for virtualized and software-defined networks

– AI, neural networks, and deep learning for network management

– Big data for smart cities and smart homes

– Big data for cloud computing and networking

– Big data for communications and networking

– Big data for smart grids

– Big data with IoT and cyber-physical systems

– Cloud and network data analytics, modeling and visualization

– Cooperative learning for software-defined and virtualized networks

– Data analytics for QoS and traffic classification

– Data analytics for faults and root-cause analysis

– Data-driven management of virtualized infrastructure

– Data-driven management of IoT and cyber-physical systems

– Data-driven management of SDN and data centers

– ML based distributed training and learning over-the-air

– Operational analytics and intelligence

– Predictive analytics and real-time analytics

Selected Areas in Communications

– Blockchain in communications and networks

– Cloud, fog and edge computing

– Internet-of-Things

– Smart cities and urban computing

– Smart grid communications

– Social networks, crowdsourcing, and crowdsensing

– Tactile Internet


Submission Format (papers)

Paper must be written in English, unpublished and not being considered in other conferences or journals. Full papers must be formatted as the standard IEEE double-column conference template and submitted in PDF on JEMS. Maximum 6 pages are allowed for each paper, including all illustrations and references.

Submission Format (tutorials)

A tutorial proposal must be written in English and submitted in PDF format, containing the following information:

– Title of the tutorial;

– Abstract, objectives and motivation;

– Timeliness and intended audience;

– Name, affiliation, and a short biography of each tutorial speaker;

– A description of the technical issues that the tutorial will address, emphasizing its timeliness;

– An outline of the tutorial content, including its tentative schedule. Please take into consideration that tutorials this year will happen in a virtual/online format;

– If appropriate, a description of the past/relevant experience of the speaker on the topic of the tutorial;

– A description of previous tutorial experience of the speaker(s), and past versions of the tutorial.

Tutorial proposals must be formatted as the standard IEEE double-column conference template and submitted in PDF on JEMS. Maximum 4 pages are allowed for each proposal, including all illustrations and references.


Important Dates

– Paper (or tutorial) submission deadline: 10 August 2022

– Notification of acceptance: 6 September 2022

– Camera-ready papers: 27 September 2022

– Authors registration deadline: 27 September 2022

– Conference dates: 30 November – 2 December 2022


Publication Information

Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE LATINCOM 2022 Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.


We look forward to meeting you in Rio de Janeiro at IEEE LATINCOM 2022!

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