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IEEE DySPAN 2018 : IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks

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Link: http://dyspan2018.ieee-dyspan.org/
 
When Oct 22, 2018 - Oct 25, 2018
Where Seoul, Korea
Submission Deadline May 1, 2018
Notification Due Jul 1, 2018
Final Version Due Aug 15, 2018
Categories    spectrum sharing   dynamic spectrum access   technology   policy
 

Call For Papers

Call-For-Papers:

IEEE DySPAN 2018 (Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks)

Seoul, Korea

October 22-25, 2018

http://dyspan2018.ieee-dyspan.org/



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Full paper submission deadline: May 21, 2018 (firm)

Short and demo paper submission deadline: May 31, 2018 (firm)

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The explosive growth in demand for wireless services has motivated the development of new and innovative approaches that enable more efficient use of the sub-6 GHz spectrum and exploration of higher frequency spectrum, including the mmWave bands. In the sub-6 GHz spectrum, most of the focus has shifted towards maximizing spectrum utilization efficiency and enabling the coexistence of heterogeneous wireless technologies. These ongoing efforts have resulted in new technologies, such as database-driven dynamic spectrum licensing, LTE-License Assisted Access (LAA), and MulteFire. The emergence of new technologies and applications --- such as Internet-of-Things (IoT), connected and autonomous vehicles, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and smart cities --- is expected to create an ever-growing demand for access to spectrum for the foreseeable future. Reliable and efficient access to the radio spectrum is a critical enabler for those emerging technologies and applications, and meeting their spectrum needs will require technological breakthroughs as well as spectrum policy innovations.



IEEE DySPAN is the premier conference to discuss, publish, and present recent advancements regarding those and other challenges in wireless technologies, spectrum policies, and related business models. IEEE DySPAN 2018, like its predecessors, is a unique symposium that gathers industry, academia, and regulatory communities, and facilitates crucial discussions at the intersection of these communities. In addition to program tracks for technology and policy papers, the conference will host system demonstrations, panels, workshops and tutorials. The conference will also host several keynote sessions given by leaders of the technology and policy communities.



For 2018, DySPAN comes back to Asia, and will be held in the beautiful and bustling capital of South Korea, Seoul. This is an opportune location for DySPAN, as Korea is also the home of the 2018 Olympic Winter games, which will be a proving ground for 5G technologies and services. Multiple industry stakeholders are working together at a feverish pace to deploy the world largest 5G pilot service at these Winter Olympics.



The DySPAN program committee seeks original and unpublished work not currently under review by other technical journals/magazines/conferences. In addition to the technology and policy subjects outlined below, we particularly welcome interdisciplinary teams to present work at the intersection of technology and policy.



DySPAN 2018 solicits three types of papers -- namely, full, short, and demo papers, in both technical and policy areas. Full papers, not exceeding 10 pages, should present full-fledged research findings with a solid evaluation of the findings, while short papers, not exceeding 5 pages, are expected to present thought-provoking ideas and promising (preliminary) results that support those ideas. Demo papers, not exceeding 2 pages, should describe the proposed demo along with a brief explanation of the demo setting.



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IMPORTANT DATES

- Full paper submission deadline: May 21, 2018 (firm)

- Short and demo paper submission deadline: May 31, 2018 (firm)

- Notification of acceptance: July 21, 2018

- Camera-ready submission: August 15, 2018



TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM TOPICS

- Spectrum measurements and models

- Interference metrics and measurements

- Security and privacy issues in spectrum access and management

- Experimental prototypes and results from trials

- New spectrum sharing models

- Licensed shared access

- Information-theoretic aspects of spectrum sharing

- Energy-efficient dynamic spectrum access (DSA)

- MAC and routing protocols for DSA

- Wireless hardware architectures and implementation

- Context-awareness in DSA (e.g., CBRS, LTE-LAA, LSA)

- DSA and/or spectrum sharing in mmWave spectrum

- Spectrum management for the Internet of Things (IoT)

- Licensed shared access and secondary use of government spectrum bands

- RF energy harvesting in dynamic spectrum access regimes

- Low-power DSA

- DSA testbed results

- Application of artificial intelligence and machine learning to spectrum access and management

- Geolocation databases for dynamic spectrum access and sharing

- Spectrum access and management for emerging technologies (e.g., autonomous vehicles, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), smart cities, etc.)

- Coexistence of heterogeneous technologies in the same spectrum (e.g. WiFi and LTE).





POLICY PROGRAM TOPICS

- Business models and pricing for dynamic spectrum access

- Market and regulatory approaches and trends to facilitate secondary spectrum access and usage

- Market and regulatory approaches to enabling DSA

- Software regulation/standardization and equipment certification

- Industry and government roles in enabling dynamic spectrum access

- Dynamic spectrum auctions and economics with focus on incentive auctions

- Spectrum etiquettes and coexistence models

- Spectrum sharing vs infrastructure sharing

- Implications of cloud RAN systems

- Defining/enforcing rights and responsibilities of spectrum licensees and easement

- Standardization of DSA technology





PAPER SUBMISSION FORMAT

Authors will need to follow the IEEE conference paper style. Details about the format can be found here:

http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html.



The maximum page limits for full, short, and demo papers are 10, 5, and 2 pages, respectively, including references and appendices.

To submit your paper, visit the following link: https://edas.info/N24273



REVIEW PROCESS (FULL, SHORT, AND DEMO PAPERS)

Papers (except for demo papers) submitted to IEEE DySPAN 2018 will follow a double-blind review process. This means that authors of the submitted papers will need to remove all information revealing their identity (this includes author names, affiliations, references to citations that imply the work was previously done by the author(s), and references to sponsoring agencies).



BEST PAPER AWARDS AND JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE

Full papers are considered for best paper awards and journal special issue invitation as follows. Two Best Paper Awards, each from the technology and policy programs, will be presented based on the evaluation of the technical program committee. Extended versions of selected full papers will be also invited for fast track review and possible publication in a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking (TCCN).



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GENERAL CHAIRS

Saewoong Bahk, Seoul National University, Korea

Dongmyun Lee, Korea Telecom, Korea



TECHNICAL PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY CHAIRS

Sunghyun Choi, Seoul National University, Korea

Ying-Chang Liang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Zhisheng Niu, Tsinghua University, China



TECHNICAL PROGRAM POLICY CHAIRS

Seong-Lyun Kim, Yonsei University, Korea

Jens Zander, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

Kentaro Ishizu, NICT, Japan



STEERING COMMITTEE CHAIRS

Jerry Park, Virginia Tech, USA

Giulia McHenry, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, USA



SENIOR ADVISORS

Paul Kolodzy, Kolodzy Consulting, USA

Milind Buddhikot, Nokia Bell Labs, USA



TUTORIAL CHAIRS

Kwang-Soon Kim, Yonsei University, Korea

Woo-Jin Byun, ETRI, Korea



POSTER CHAIR

Een Kee Hong, Kyung Hee University, Korea



DEMO CHAIRS

Chan-Byoung Chae, Yonsei University, Korea

Marko Hoyhtya, VTT, Finland



KEYNOTE/PANEL CHAIRS

Lingjia Liu, Virginia Tech, USA

Maziar Nekovee, University of Sussex, UK

Riku Jantti, Aalto University, Finland

Seong-Lyun Kim, Yonsei University, Korea



WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Jun-Seok Hwang, Seoul National University, Korea

Marina Petrova, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden



PATRON CHAIR

Won-Cheol Lee, Soongsil University, Korea



LOCAL ARRANGEMENT CHAIR

Byonghyo Shim, Seoul National University, Korea



PUBLICATION CHAIRS

Byung-Wook Min, Yonsei University, Korea

Seongwon Kim, Seoul National University, Korea



PUBLICITY CHAIR

Changhee Joo, UNIST, Korea



STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS CHAIR

Sangyeop Jung, Samsung Electronics, Korea



WEB/SOCIAL MEDIA CHAIR

Young-June Choi, Ajou University, Korea

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