IEEE/CIC International Conference on Communications in China
11-13 August 2019 // Changchun, China

W12: ICCC 2019 Workshop on High Mobility Wireless Communications

Scope and Topics of the Workshop

Emerging mass transportation systems – such as self-driving cars, high-speed trains, drones, flying cars, and supersonic flight – will challenge the design of future wireless networks due to high-mobility environments: a large number of high-mobility users require high data rates and low latencies. The physical layer modulation technique is a key design component to meet the system requirements of high mobility communications over multipath channels with multiple moving scatterers.

 

This workshop aims at presenting the state-of-the-art on the fast evolving research on waveform design for high mobility. The workshop will provide a platform for the dissemination of research. Topics of interest include but not limited to the following:

  • High-mobility channel modelling and performance analysis
  • Waveform designs for high-mobility
  • Detection methods
  • Channel estimation methods
  • Coding and precoding techniques for high mobility
  • MIMO and massive MIMO techniques for high-mobility
  • Multiuser communications in high-mobility
  • Beamforming in high-mobility
  • Applications: 5G and beyond, V2X, UAV, mm-wave communications

 

Submission Guideline

The workshop accepts novel previously unpublished papers. All submissions have to be in English with a maximum length of 6 printed pages (10 point font) including figures, using the 2-column IEEE conference template. At least one author of the accepted paper will register the workshop.

Papers can be submitted via EDAS: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=25822&track=96934

 

Important Dates
  • Paper submission deadline on EDAS: 15 May 2019
  • Paper Acceptance Notification: 15 June, 2019

 

Workshop General Co-Chairs

Yi Hong  (Monash University, Australia)

yi.hong@monash.edu

Emanuele Viterbo (Monash University, Australia)

emanuele.viterbo@monash.edu

Xiaojing Huang (University of Technology Sydney)

Xiaojing.Huang@uts.edu.au

Nan Yang (Australian National University)

nan.yang@anu.edu.au