Be sure to check out our latest issue, which is filled with many interesting articles.
An Experimental Platform for Macro-Scale Fluidic Medium Molecular Communication (L. Khaloopour, S. V. Rouzegar, A. Azizi, A. Hosseinian, M. Farahnak-Ghazani, N. Bagheri, M. Mirmohseni, H. Arjmandi, R. Mosayebi, and M. Nasiri-Kenari)
Analysis of Diffusion Based Molecular Communication With Multiple Transmitters Having Individual Random Information Bits (N. V. Sabu and A. K. Gupta)
Passive Droplet Control in Two-Dimensional Microfluidic Networks (G. Fink, M. Hamidovi´c, R. Wille, and W. Haselmayr)
Synchronization Error Robust Transceivers for Molecular Communication (T.-Y. Tung and U. Mitra)
Channel Characterization for Devices in a Turbulent Diffusive Environment: A Mobile Molecular Communication Approach (N. Pandey, S. Joshi, R. K. Mallik, and B. Lall)
Drug Release Management for Dynamic TDMA-Based Molecular Communication (H. Khoshfekr Rudsari, N. Mokari, M. R. Javan, E. A. Jorswieck, and M. Orooji)
A Reactive Signaling Approach to Ensure Coexistence Between Molecular Communication and External Biochemical Systems (B. C. Akdeniz and M. Egan)
Volume 5, Issue 2 of the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications just came out. There is a great mix of articles in this issue, and I hope you check them out!
Abnormality Detection and Monitoring in Multi-Sensor Molecular Communication (N. Ghoroghchian, M. Mirmohseni, and M. Nasiri-Kenari)
Diffusive Mobile MC With Absorbing Receivers: Stochastic Analysis and Applications (T. N. Cao, A. Ahmadzadeh, V. Jamali, W. Wicke, P. L. Yeoh, J. Evans, and R. Schober)
Modeling Interference-Free Neuron Spikes With Optogenetic Stimulation .(A. Noel, S. Monabbati, D. Makrakis, and A. W. Eckford)
Spatially Distributed Molecular Communications Via Diffusion: Second Order Analysis (F. Zabini)
Adaptive Release Duration Modulation for Limited Molecule Production and Storage (L. Khaloopour, M. Mirmohseni, and M. Nasiri-Kenari)
Cluster Formation by Mobile Molecular Communication Systems (Y. Okaie)
Random Cell Motion Enhances the Capacity of Cell-Cell Communication (T. Nakano, L. Lin, Y. Okaie, C. Wu, H. Yan, T. Hara, and K. Harumoto)
For a PDF of the Call for Papers, please click here.
Infectious diseases have affected humans for centuries and continue to pose as one major challenge for healthcare going forward. The recent viral COVID-19 infectious disease has transformed our lives dramatically. Besides a large number of deaths, the virus can also affect the health of the general population. Recent historical events have proven that various types of coronaviruses can have a tremendous impact, and examples of these include the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), which also showed a high mortality rate. Besides coronaviruses, there are numerous types of infectious diseases that continue to affect people. A number of diseases that have been around for centuries do not currently have cures, one notable example being HIV. The consequence of the spreading of these infectious diseases, which sometimes can evolve into pandemics, can and will affect the global economy. Besides traditional fields such as immunology and virology, novel multi-disciplinary approaches will be required to tackle infectious diseases with much needed diverse and innovative points of view.
This special issue will focus on developing molecular communication abstractions, models, simulation, and experiments for diagnosing and treating infectious diseases. This may include characterizing the infection process and the propagation behavior of the virus, all the way to new mechanisms for developing therapeutic treatments using communication and information theory as tools. Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit their original manuscript on topics including but not limited to:
TMBMC is doing an open call for papers for our journal. This journal is devoted to the principles, design, and analysis of communication systems that use physics beyond conventional electromagnetism, particularly for small-scale and multi-scale applications. This includes: molecular, quantum, and other physical, chemical and biological (and biologically-inspired) techniques; non-conventional electromagnetism in the THz band; as well as new small- and multi-scale communication techniques.
Original research articles on one or more of the following topics are within scope: mathematical modeling, information/ communication-theoretic or network-theoretic analysis, networking, implementations and laboratory experiments, industrial applications, information/ communication theory for analysis of biological systems, and experiment-based studies on communication processes or networks in biology. Contributions on related topics would also be considered for publication. Contributions from researchers outside the IEEE’s typical audience are encouraged.
Average Time for Review (first round): 7 weeks (transactions), 5 weeks (letters) since submission
News: T-MBMC is accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS, and it is ranked within the top 7% journals in the computer networks and communications category.
For more information, please take a look at our Open Call for Papers or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
TMBMC has been fortunate to add four more experienced Associate Editors to its Editorial Board in the last 6 months. Please join me in welcoming our new Associate Editors:
We are very excited for what the future will bring for TMBMC!