Mark your calendars for the 2016 IEEE GlobeCom conference taking place in Washington, DC from December 4 through 8, 2016.
Please be sure to check out the technical symposia, specifically SAC-6-MBMC: Molecular, Biological and Multi-scale Communications Track.
About GlobeCom: IEEE GLOBECOM is one of two flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc), together with IEEE ICC. It is a is a five-day event. Two days are dedicated to tutorials and workshops, while the remaiing three days are dedicated to the IF&E program and the technical symposia. The program of the technical symposia includes oral or poster presentations of about 1000 scientific papers, grouped into 13 thematic symposia, and more than 15 parallel sessions. In addition to the technical program, IEEE GLOBECOM 2016 will feature an industry forum and exhibition (IF&E) program, including industry-focused workshops, tutorials, keynote talks from industrial leaders, panel discussions, a large exposition, and business and industrial forums.
Mark your calendars for the 17th IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications taking place at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, UK from July 3-6, 2016.
From their website: “SPAWC brings together signal processing and communications researchers and academics around the world to share and celebrate the signal processing advancements in wireless communications and wireless technology.”
Be sure to check out our special session, “Molecular, biological and multi-scale communications,” led by our Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Urbashi Mitra.
Mark your calendars for the 2016 Communication Theory Workshop taking place in Nafplio, Greece from May 15-18, 2016.
From their website: “The continued success of this workshop lies in its informal and highly interactive atmosphere, in contrast to more formal conferences. As always, the workshop will be single track with technical sessions, plenary speakers, panel discussions, and a hot-topics submitted poster session. The technical sessions will consist of invited lectures given by leaders in both academia and industry.”
Be sure to check out our special session, “Session 5: Nano/Molecular/Bio-inspired Communication,” led by our Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Urbashi Mitra, on Wednesday, May 18th. There are going to be some great presentations from Dr. Olgica Milenkovic, Dr. Nicolo Micheleusi, Dr. Heinz Koeppl, and Dr. Chris Rose.
The IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) 2017 will be taking place at the Palais des Congrès in Paris from May 21 through May 25, 2017. Our Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications, Dr. Urbashi Mitra, will be heading up the Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications area. Paper submissions are due by October 14, 2016. For more information on ICC 2017, please see http://icc2017.ieee-icc.org or check out the Call for Papers and Proposals. Stay tuned! More information to come.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Selected Areas in Communications track – Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications
IEEE Globecom 2016 – December 4-8, 2016, Washington, DC, USA
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: April 1, 2016
For more information please see: http://globecom2016.ieee-globecom.org/
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