Call For Papers for BalkanCom 2020

The Fourth International Balkan Conference on Communications and Networking (BalkanCom 2020)
Technically co-sponsored by IEEE (approval pending)
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June 3 – 5, 2020, Novi Sad, Serbia
Website: www.balkancom.info

The fourth edition of BalkanCom will take place on June 3-5, 2020 in Novi Sad, Serbia. The theme of the conference, WIRELESS FUTURE FOR 2020 AND BEYOND, is fitting not only for the Balkan Peninsula, but globally, heralding a new decade of innovation and groundbreaking progress in the ICT domain. BalkanCom 2020 continues the best tradition of scientific conferences of being completely not for profit.

*** Call for Papers ***

We seek original, completed and unpublished work not currently under review by any other journal/magazine/conference. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
– Wireless systems and networks
– Communication protocols (transport, routing, link, and physical layers)
– Optical communication systems
– Cross-layer design and optimization
– Information theory and coding
– Signal processing for communications
– Green communication and networking
– Resource management
– Deployment scenarios and experiences
– Infrastructures, platforms, testbeds, and software
– Big data for communications
– THz communications
– Machine learning for communications
– Mobile edge computing
– Non-terrestrial communications
– 5G/6G wireless and 3D Cellular
– Wireless ad hoc, mesh, sensor and robot networks
– Green, cognitive, and intelligent communications and networks
– Communication in challenging environments (underwater, underground, tunnels/mines, space, disasters)
– Internet of Things and M2M communication
– Localization and Sensing
– Nano-scale networks
– Integration of heterogeneous networks
– Software-defined networking
– Security and privacy in communication networks

*** Key Dates ***
Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2020
Notification of acceptance: May 7, 2020
Camera-ready papers due: June 1, 2020

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore (approval pending).

Research post of an RF Transceiver Architect, University of Bristol

Research post of an RF Transceiver Architect within the Communication Systems and Networks research group at the University of Bristol

 

Job number: ACAD104397
Division/School: School of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Engineering Maths
Contract type: Open Ended
Working pattern: Full time
Salary: £33797 – £38017
Closing date for applications: 10-Feb-2020

 

Applications are sought for the research post of an RF Transceiver Architect within the Communication Systems and Networks research group at the University of Bristol. The successful applicant will join the UKRI Prosperity Partnership on Secure Wireless Agile Networks (SWAN) bristol.ac.uk/news/2019/october/swan.html, with specific skills in the frequency agile, blocker resilient and multi-band radio frequency (RF) receiver front-end analogue circuit technology.

Further details and how to apply can be found HERE

Call for papers: special Issue “Human Exposure in 5G and 6G Scenarios”

Special Issue “Human Exposure in 5G and 6G Scenarios”

The Applied Sciences Journal will publish a special issue on Human Exposure in 5G and 6G Scenarios.
We invite submissions dealing with the human exposure assessment in the upcoming 5G exposure scenario and beyond 5G technologies (e.g., in the THz band).
Research papers and reviews can focus on (but are not limited to):

  • Measurements and/or simulation methodologies for 5G and beyond 5G technologies
  • Deterministic and statistical approaches
  • In situ exposure assessment
  • Concepts for minimizing exposure
  • Network optimizations
  • etc.

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2020

Further details and the manuscript submission information are available at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/applsci/special_issues/5g_6g_scenarios

Call for Papers – 2020 Baltic URSI Symposium

2020 Baltic URSI Symposium, 19-21 May 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania

The 2020 Baltic URSI Symposium invites you to submit a paper related to one of the following areas:

Commission A: Electromagnetic Metrology
Commission B: Fields and Waves
Commission C: Radiocommunication Systems and Signal Processing
Commission D: Electronics and Photonics
Commission E: Electromagnetic Environment and Interference
Commission F: Wave Propagation and Remote Sensing
Commission G: Ionospheric Radio and Propagation
Commission H: Waves in Plasmas
Commission J: Radio Astronomy
Commission K: Electromagnetics in Biology and Medicine

 

IMPORTANT DATES

1 Oct 2019 – Paper submission opens
14 Jan 2020 – Submission deadline
3 Mar 2020 – Acceptance notice
14 Apr 2020 – Final paper

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Open Research Fellow/Post-doc positions at CEA-LETI, France

Open Research Fellow/Post-doc positions at CEA-LETI, France

 

CEA-LETI (http://www.leti-cea.com/) is looking for motivated candidates to fill two Research Fellow/Post-doc positions (3 years) in:

  • Propagation modelling for beyond 5G communications (mm-wave-THz)
  • Radar systems (including MIMO Radar, Ground Penetrating Radar)

The candidate should have a PhD or a first experience in the field of radio communication and/or radar systems. The candidate will work in R&D projects with industrial companies, as well as in collaborative research projects on these topics.  Desirable skills/interests are channel sounding and modelling, microwave instrumentation, signal processing, radio communication and radar systems. A predisposition to teamwork, organization and report writing skills are required.

For further information and application, contact raffaele.derrico@cea.fr

Tenure track or tenured full time position in THz circuits and systems at UCLouvain

 

Tenure track or tenured full time position in THz circuits and systems at UCLouvain

The tenured full-time position (start in Sep 2020) is opened in the field of hardware design of electronic or opto-electronic circuits, for frequencies ranging from 30 GHz to THz, and application systems for these frequency ranges. This includes, but is not limited to, emerging applications such as ultra-high speed and very high bandwidth communications, thermal/low wavelength detectors and imagers, chemical detectors and imagers (gases, biomolecules, etc.), THz cryptography, etc.

Detailed offer: https://jobs.uclouvain.be/PersonnelAcademique/job/An-academic-position-in-THz-circuits-and-systems-%281-EFT%29/560234601/

PostDoc position(s): Scaling IoT/5G networks

POSTDOC position(s): Scaling IoT/5G networks

Place: Lille, France (IMT Lille Douai)

 

We are looking for Postdocs on resource allocation for 5G and IoT, especially focusing on uncoordinated and distributed networks. Two main strategies have been proposed to the large scale deployment of IoT networks: long range single-hop or short range multi-hop communications; however none seems to ensure the expectation of 5G in terms of devices’ density or reliability and latency. We are looking for postdocs to reinforce our research on those topics. Candidates can have:

  • a theoretical background; publications related to one or more of the following topics: information theory, probability and communication theory, copula, multiple access (NOMA), cooperative communications, machine learning, optimization;
  • or an experimental background to implement and test solutions for IoT, for instance using machine learning to improve decoding in LP-WANs.

For further details, contact Laurent Clavier – laurent.clavier@imt-lille-douai.fr

15 PhD positions in the EU Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Project MINTS

15 PhD positions in the EU Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Project MINTS
(MIllimeter-wave NeTworking and Sensing for Beyond 5G)

 

https://b5g-mints.eu

 

Applicants are invited for 15 PhD positions (“Early Stage Researchers”, ESRs) to be funded by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network “MINTS – MIllimeter-wave NeTworking and Sensing for Beyond 5G” within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission.

MINTS provides a unique system-oriented training to 15 ESRs, nurturing a new generation of innovators thanks to internationally recognized researchers with broad experience in research, training, and participation in EU, national, and industry-sponsored projects. With the intensive involvement of industrial beneficiaries and partner organisations (Nokia, NEC, Sony, NI, IMEC, Proximus, Italtel), the ESRs will obtain in-depth knowledge and skills in mmWave networks and its key applications. This interdisciplinary and intersectoral training is an essential component of each ESR’s PhD. The 15 ESRs are distributed over 7 beneficiaries in 6 countries: KU Leuven (Belgium), IMDEA Networks Institute (Spain), TU Darmstadt (Germany), NEC (Germany), University of Padua (Italy), Lund University (Sweden), and Nokia Bell Labs (Ireland). Additionally, the consortium is completed by 7 partner organisations: IMEC (Belgium), Proximus (Belgium), NI (Germany), Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain), Italtel (Italy), Maynooth University (Ireland), and Sony (Sweden).

Each of the 15 ESRs will be working towards a PhD degree, supported by a carefully chosen supervisory team that maximizes both scientific excellence as well as interdisciplinary and intersectoral collaboration. The 15 MINTS ESRs will not only receive state-of-the-art science/technology training but will also benefit from a unique soft-skills training programme. The interdisciplinary and inter-domain training will make MINTS ESRs highly employable in various industries (such as the EU telecommunication vendors and operators Nokia, Eriksson, Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, and Vodafone), academia, or public government bodies.

Call for Papers – Future Networks: 5G and beyond

Journées scientifiques d’URSI-France

Future Networks: 5G and beyond

March 11-13, 2020
Telecom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris (Palaiseau, France)

1st CALL FOR PAPERS

The URSI-France 2020 workshop, organized under the auspices of the French Academy of Sciences, will focus on “Future Networks: 5G and beyond”. The workshop will be held on the campus of Telecom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, in Palaiseau (France), from March 11 to March 13, 2020.
Given the commercial launch of the Fifth Generation of Mobile Radio Networks (5G) in 2020, URSI-France dedicates its annual workshop to such networks and to their future developments, as they are called to transform society in-depth through very innovative uses. With 5G, wireless networks will have been designed for the first time from the outset, with the aim to make possible person-person, personmachine and machine—to-machine communications, giving access to a multitude of services relying on data. The 5G-specific technological developments, the use of millimeter waves, the foreseeable developments that will require extending 5G with a follow-up generation, will continue to stimulate important efforts and new lines of research for both academia and industry. However, as each new generation introduces more complexity and service enrichment, it also raises concerns and fears stemming from the increased number of electromagnetic emission sources, the associated exposure and the energy consumption. It is therefore important to address these various issues in an altogether unbiased vision, at the core of the scientific approach.
In this context, the workshop will be organized around oral sessions and posters. Most sessions will be introduced by invited speakers, presenting the state of the art and / or recent developments, followed by papers that have been selected by the Scientific Committee.

KEY DATES

December 15, 2019: Deadline for submission of abstracts
January 16, 2020: Notification to authors of acceptance by the Scientific Committee.
February 7, 2020: Deadline for full text submission
February 21, 2020: Notification of the final acceptance of the full paper
March 11-13, 2020: Workshop

 

For more information please download the LEAFLET

PhD position in Ultra-dense cell-free mmWave deployment – KU Leuven

PhD position in Ultra-dense cell-free mmWave deployment

– KU Leuven (Leuven University), Belgium –

 

Desirable skills/interests: Wireless networking protocols, network architecture, optimization, machine learning (the applicant should be proficient in at least one or two of the skills)

Objectives: To design an algorithm to assign users to mmWave hybrid antennas in ultra-dense cell-free networks; To optimize the management overhead of optimal user/antenna allocation; To improve the scalability of cell-free mmWave networking by leveraging available network information such as the clients’ location.

More info & applicationhttps://b5g-mints.eu/

Deadline: October 31, 2019