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URLLC 2016 : IEEE GLOBECOM 3rd international workshop on Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communications in Wireless Networks

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Link: http://www.urllc-wireless-workshop.com
 
When Dec 8, 2016 - Dec 8, 2016
Where Washington DC
Submission Deadline Jul 1, 2016
Notification Due Sep 1, 2016
Final Version Due Oct 1, 2016
Categories    URLLC   wireless communication   workshop
 

Call For Papers

Welcome to URLLC 2016 (IEEE GLOBECOM 2016)!

This workshop will be held on Dec 8, in Washington DC.

Optimizing wireless communications for latency and reliability requires a complete paradigm change in wireless systems design, and has to be reflected in various technology fields, such as air interface design, signal processing on both the device and infrastructure side, network infrastructure and architecture considerations, control / user plane design, session management and protocol stack design. The workshop provides a platform for technical experts from the radio, core network and application side to elaborate on latency and reliability requirements of future applications or provide solutions to significantly reduce end-to-end latency and/or increase reliability in wireless communications systems. The workshop chairs and TPC chairs solicit original, unpublished technical papers in the fields of (but not limited to):
• Latency and/or reliability requirements of future application domains,
• Means to reduce end-to-end latency and/or introduce higher reliability in either legacy systems (e.g. UMTS/WCDMA, LTE-A, WLAN, Bluetooth, WSAN-FA), in 5G cellular communications and Tactile Internet applications, including
• Air interface and signal processing concepts,
• Device-to-device / vehicle-to-vehicle communications, vehicle-to-infrastructure communications,
• Advanced radio resource management techniques,
• Redundant or multi-point transmission, multi-point connectivity,
• Novel approaches towards session management and protocol stack,
• Network infrastructure and core network concepts,
• Cloud-RAN and mobile edge-cloud concepts in the context of latency- or reliability-critical applications,
• Architectural enablers for distributed or edge computing,
• Technical solutions to allow for a co-existence of traffic with stringent latency/reliability requirements and other traffic (e.g. with ultra-high throughput requirements).

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