2010 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium - Call For Papers

Since 1978 the IEEE Sarnoff Symposium has been bringing together a tremendous and rich diversity of telecom experts from industry, universities, and government. The popularity of the Sarnoff Symposium, again being held in the historic Nassau Inn located in the heart of downtown Princeton, continues to grow as the premier forum for researchers, engineers, and business executives in the North East drawing an attendance from all over the world. Besides the technical paper presentations, the Symposium will include tutorials, student paper poster presentations, executive panels, and exhibitions. The Symposium is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers and tutorial proposals in the following areas of interest:

 

- Communication Systems
    * Broadband Networks (LAN/WAN)
    * Network Security
    * VoIP & QoS (IPv6/Telephony)
- Military Communications
    * Disruption Tolerant Networks
    * Trust, Security, and Privacy
    * Power Management Issues

- Multimedia Applications & Networking

    * Multimedia Communications
- Optical Communications & Networking
    * WDM Systems
    * Broadband Access Communication 
      Technologies
    * Fiber-Wireless (FiWi)
    * Radio over Fiber (RoF) 
- Communications Theory
    * Network Information Theory
    * Signal Processing for Communications
    * Modulations and Coding Techniques
- RF and Microwave Techniques
    * Power Amplifiers
    * Microwave Devices
    * Antenna Systems
    * Transceiver Design
    * Satellite Communication Systems
- Wireless Communications
    * WLAN, WiMAX, 3G and 4G Systems
    * Multiple Antenna Systems (Uplink and 
      Downlink MIMO/Beamforming) 
    * Radio Resource Management and
     Interference Management
    * Femto Network Deployment 
    * Self Configuring Networks 
    * Self Optimizing Networks 
    * Sensor, Mesh & Ad Hoc Networks
    * Performance Analysis of Wireless Systems
    * Ultra Wideband (UWB) Communications
    * User and Network Security in Next 
     Generation Networks 

 

Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a full paper for review. Only original papers that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere will be considered. The submission process is carried through EDAS conference management system (https://edas.info/) by December 9, 2009, in pdf format. The manuscripts must follow the IEEE two-column format with single-spaced, 10-point font in the text. The maximum paper length is of five (5) pages. A sixth page may be accepted after an additional fee. Submission of a regular paper implies that at least one of the authors will have a full registration to the Conference and present the paper upon the acceptance of the submission.


All accepted papers (after review by experts in the field) will be presented in oral sessions, will be included in the 2009 IEEE Sarnoff Symposium proceedings and will be published through IEEEXplore. Student Papers/Posters should be submitted to the Student Poster Chair, Dr. Wieslaw Marszalek [
wmarszalek@devry.edu]. Prospective tutorial presenters should contact the Tutorials Chair, Dr. Edwin Hou[hou@njit.edu].

 

IMPORTANT DATES:
Papers, Panel and Tutorial Proposals Due:       Nov. 15, 2009
Student Papers Due:                             Dec. 5, 2009
Notification of Tutorials Acceptance:           Jan. 7, 2010
Notification of Papers Acceptance:              Jan. 30, 2010
Final Version Due:                              Mar. 1, 2010

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