Call for Papers

European Wireless (EW) is a key venue for European and worldwide researchers to be acquainted with the latest trends in wireless communications and networking. The main theme of EW 2022 is 6G and 5G beyond communications. This 27th edition of EW (EW 2022) will be held in Dresden, Germany, in September 19-21, 2022. Currently, the conference is planned to be in presence, hosting authors’ presentations, and allowing for interactions and networking among the participants. Nevertheless, if health and traveling rules and restrictions arise, the hybrid mode will also be considered and set up.

The conference will consist of one main track and five special sessions, as follows (click to collapse items):

Main track: 5G/6G communication networks
  • Radio Access Network and Backhaul/Fronthaul
    • Design of mmWave radio access for 5G and beyond
    •  Low-cost radio, full-duplex, scalable, sustainable, low-complexity access systems
    • Mobile base stations based on UAVs and drones for 5GB
    • Optimization and resource allocation
    • Channel modeling and propagation
    • Modulation & coding
    • Interference management, localization and positioning
    • Error-correcting codes for 6G
    • Internet of Things
    • Virtualization of radio access network
    • Slicing of wireless virtual resources
    • Fundamental limits, information theory for wireless
    • Wired-wireless integration
    • Ultra-Wideband Communications
    • Optical wireless and visible light communications
    • Energy efficient and Green communications
    • Testbeds for future generation radio access networks
    • Mobility management and billing technologies
  • Edge and Core Network
    • Protocols, architectures, and resource allocation Metrics for quality-of-service (QoS) and quality-of-experience (QoE)
    • Network coding
    • Mobile Edge Cloud
    • Distributed computing and distributed storage
    • SDN-NFV and virtual network resource slicing
    • Distributed caching, multi-tenancy, cloud computing and edge computing
    • AI and machine learning for edge and core future generations networks
    • Federated learning
    • Autonomic networks
    • Application layer: mobile apps and platforms, emerging applications in wireless network
  • Three-dimensional networking
    • Satellite-aerial-terrestrial integration
    • AI and Machine Learning for three-dimensional networks
    • Coding, modulation, and synchronization
    • Multiple Access techniques
    • MIMO, multi-user detection & diversity techniques
    • Fading and interference mitigation techniques
    • Network slicing
    • Radio Resource Management
    • Smart on-board processing techniques
    • MEC schemes for integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial networks
    • SDN/NFV for integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial networks
    • Very/Ultra High Throughput Satellites
    • Optical feeder links
    • Massive M2M/IoT over satellite
    •  Swarm of nano and pico satellites technologies
    • Mega Constellations
    • NTN Standardisation within 3GPP
    • Satellite demonstrations and trials
    • Big Data analytics over satellite and aerial platforms
    • 6G Verticals and Services
      • Internet of Things
      • Smart cities
      • Vehicular communications
      • Industry views on future communication networks
      • Regional visions and requirements for future communication networks
      • Augmented and virtual reality, and digital twins
      • eHealth, eFinance, and remote surgery
      • Models of use cases, key performance indicators, and tradeoffs
  • Security
    • Security and Privacy
    • Physical-Layer Security
    • Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Secure solutions for SDN and NFV
    • Homomorphic encryption
  • Campus Network Solutions
    • 5G campus networks
    • OPEN for campus
    • TSN for campus
Special Session 1: Tactile Internet
  • Ultra-reliable low-latency communications for the Tactile Internet with human-in-the-loop (TaHiL)
  • Human-machine-type communications, interaction, and augmentation
  • Human–robot cohabitation in industry
  • Human-machine learning
  • New frontiers and visions for the Tactile Internet
  • Latest advancements in studying human perception and action
  • Models of use cases, key performance indicators, and tradeoffs
  • Internet of Skills
  • Haptic codecs
  • AI and softwarization for the Tactile Internet
  • Augmented perception and interaction
  • Human-inspired models for tactile computing
  • Sensors and actuators for the Tactile Internet
  • Tactile electronics
Special Session 2: Post-Shannon and Semantic Communications
  • Post-Shannon communication
  • Message Identification
  • Physical layer integration
  • Common randomness generation
  • Semantic communications
  • Semantic compression
  • Goal-oriented communications
  • Joint communication and control
  • Functional compression
Special Session 3: Quantum Communication Networks
  • Quantum programming and software for quantum networks
  • Simulation of quantum communications and computing
  • Quantum repeaters
  • Quantum information theory
  • Quantum algorithms
  • Quantum machine learning
  • Algorithms, protocols, and technologies for the Quantum Internet
  • Quantum local area networks and metropolitan networks
  • Quantum physical-layer service integration
  • Quantum aerial communications
  • Quantum space communications
Special Session 4: Molecular Communications
  • Molecular communications in the Internet of Bio-Nano Things
  • Integration of molecular communications into future networks
  • Molecular communications in the context of network functions virtualization (NFV)
  • Molecular local area networks
  • Molecular computing, storage and communication
  • Protocols, algorithms, models and technologies for molecular communications
  • Modulation techniques and channel capacity for molecular communications
  • Molecular space communications
Special Session 5:  In-Network Computing
  • SDN/NFV
  • ICN
  • Mobile Edge Cloud solution
  • Network Slicing solutions
Special Session 6: Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces
  • Fundamental Theory for RIS-based Communications
  • Prototypes and Test-Beds for RIS-based Communications
  • RIS-based Architectures and Interfaces
  • RIS-based Indoor/Outdoor Localization
  • Algorithms and Protocol Design and Optimization
  • Electromagnetic Field exposure minimization
  • Security Aspects and Applications of RISs
Special Session 7: Joint Communications and Sensing in Wireless Systems
  • JCAS Fundamental Theoretical Limits, performance metrics, communications/sensing trade-offs
  • JCAS enabling Technologies and domain and application specific perspectives on JCAS (Industrial, V2X, Smart City,…)
  • Waveform Design for Joint Communications and Radar Sensing
  • Coding Design for JCAS, Channel Characteristics, Models, and Measurements
  • Beamforming in JCAS
  • Radar Centric JCAS and Dual Function Radar Communications (DFRC)
  • Radio Sensing Perspective on JCAS
  • Integrated Environmental and/or Spectral Sensing (for Context and Spectral Awarness)
  • Communications Centric JCAS
  • (Short-Range) JCAS in mmW and THz frequency bands
  • Security Aspects in JCAS Systems
  • RF and Electronics Aspects and Perspective of JCAS, Receiver Design, and MIMO/Massive MIMO for JCAS
  • Localization based on JCAS
  • JCAS Signal Processing
  • JCAS System Design, network architectures/transmission protocols/frame designs
  • Full duplex/interference management techniques
  • Machine Learning for JCAS
  • Standardization Aspects and Progress
Special Session 8: Demo Session

 

Important dates:
Paper submission (Main Track): 23rd May 2022 (firm)
Paper submission (Special Sessions): 30th May 2022
Notification of acceptance: 15th June, 2022
Camera ready due: 15th July 2022