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WSSSEE 2014 : IEEE Sensors Journal Special Issue on Wireless Sensor Systems for space and extreme environments


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Final Version Due Mar 31, 2014
Categories    wwireless sensor networks   smart sensors   communications   computer science

Call For Papers

Considering most desired and potential sensor-lead systems need to work under harsh conditions of certain dominating extreme environments being in space, underwater, arctics, and sandy deserts most existing solutions either fail or show serious weaknesses with serious impacts on our innovative industries.
The future developments of sensor-lead technologies require new challenges such as resilient sensor networks and systems, dynamic sensing, and further integration of intelligence.

This Special Issue archives selective potential contributions from technological research communities whose novel ideas would challenge the persistent problems of complexity, low performance, loss of power, and other obstacles associated with the space and extreme environments. We encourage, but are not limited to the following topics:
• Resilient architectures for smart sensing and actuating
• Advantageous unstructured sensing systems, relaying, and ubiquitous access
• Adoption of intelligence and multi-agent systems with sensing and actuating
• Cooperative sensing, actuation, localization, clustering, and beamforming
• Spectrum sensing and dynamic spectrum sharing
• Innovative sensing systems for harsh, remote, deep space, arctic, deserts and other extreme environments
• Smart sensors, actuators, and accelerators for space and extreme environments
• Integrated agile and dynamic sensors, barcodes, and the Internet-of-Things
• Scarce-resource management, energy harvesting, and ambient technologies
• Smart sensors, actuators, and accelerators for underwater sensing and monitoring
• Development of environmentally proven devices for monitoring and surveillance
• Development of devices resistive to harsh and extreme environments

Submissions Guideline
All manuscripts must be submitted on-line for the standard IEEE Sensors Journal peer review process, via the IEEE Manuscript CentralTM, see When submitting, please indicate in the “Manuscript Type” roll down menu, and also by e-mail to Ms. Alison Larkin,, that the paper is intended for the “WSSSEE” Special Issue. Authors are particularly encouraged to suggest names of potential reviewers for their manuscripts in the space provided for the recommendations in Manuscript Central. For manuscript preparation and submission, please follow the guidelines in the Information for Authors at the IEEE Sensors Journal web page,

Submissions deadline: March 31, 2014

Guest Editors
• Habib F. Rashvand University of Warwick, UK
• Paul D. Mitchell, University of York, UK
• Jose M. Alcaraz Calero, UWS, Scotland, UK
• Ali Abedi, University of Maine, US,
• Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay, Massy, NZ
• Huansheng Ning, BUAA, China

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