IEEE CAMAD 2018 will be held as a stand-alone event on 17-19 September 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. This year IEEE CAMAD will focus on Communication and Experimentation aspects of 5G Networking and beyond. IEEE CAMAD will be hosting Workshops and Special Sessions, bringing together a diverse group of scientists, engineers, manufacturers and providers to exchange and share their experiences and new ideas focusing on research and innovation results in the 5G domain. In addition to contributed papers, the conference will also include keynote speeches, panel and demo sessions.
We look forward to welcoming you all at the IEEE CAMAD 2018 in Barcelona.
17th September 2018 at 20.30
Restaurant 1881 by Sagardi
MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF CATALONIA-Palau de Mar-Plaça Pau Vila, 3 (4th floor)
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Speaker: Dr. Iordanis Koutsopoulos, Associate Professor, Athens University of Economics and Business
Speaker: Dr. Merkouris karaliopoulos, Athens University of Economics and Business
Speaker: Dr. Pablo Serrano, Assistant Professor, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
In addition to the general track papers, CAMAD is also accepting papers for the following Special Sessions and Workshops:
SS1: Data-driven Circular Economy
SS2: Innovative Smart Components, Modules and Appliances for a Truly Connected, Efficient and Secure Smart Grid
SS3: Heterogeneous and Small Cell Networks
SS4: Towards 5G and Beyond: An Era of Agile, Brisk and Perceptive Networking
SS5: Emerging Solutions, Protocols and Technologies for Delay, Energy and Spectrum-efficient 5G/B5G Networks
SS6:Smart End-to-end Massive IoT Interoperability, Connectivity and Security
SS7: Cognitive Radio Sensor Network for Sustainable Internet of Things
WS1: Communications and Information Processing in 5G and Beyond Data Networks
WS2:User-centric network management and service provisioning
WS3:5G Wireless and Optical Technologies for Mobile Communication Systems
In addition to contributed papers, keynote speeches, and panels, IEEE CAMAD 2018 will also host a Demonstration Session. The event allows researchers and developers from academia, industry, and government to present the tangible results of their work in an interactive, hands-on setting and gives attendees an opportunity to explore the hardware and software behind the latest research results. We invite demonstrations of prototypes and testbeds reflecting original results and on-going efforts in analytic and simulation tools and techniques for the performance evaluation of communications systems. The topics of interest are broadly those of the main conference.