Locations
EVENT Dec 06
ABSTRACT Oct 01
Abstract days left 0
Viewed 103 times

IEEE Middle East & North Africa COMMunications Conference

Amman, Jordan
Organization: IEEE
Categories: Engineering
Event Date: 2022-12-06 to 2022-12-08 Abstract Due: 2022-10-01

The 2022 IEEE Middle East & North Africa COMMunications Conference (MENACOMM 2022) will be held on 6-8 December 2022 in Amman the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The IEEE MENACOMM 2022 conference is technically co-sponsored by IEEE ComSoc chapters consortium (Jordan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Tunisia) in addition to four newly joined ComSoc chapters (Morocco and Egypt). The conference is organized and sponsored by Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan (ZUJ), IEEE Joint Communications and Signal Processing Society Jordan Chapter. IEEE MENACOMM 2022 aims to bring together researchers, developers and practitioners interested in the advances of modern telecommunication systems, networks, and emerging ICT technologies, to present their latest research findings and results. The conference focuses on various aspects of 5G, Beyond 5G and 6G communications and networks. Moreover, an especial emphasis is given to topics related to machine learning in communication. The conference will include a peer-reviewed program of technical sessions, special sessions, and exhibitions.
The accepted and presented papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore® digital library and indexed in Scopus. Please submit your paper via EDAS on the link (https://edas.info/N29985).
Please note that we have reduced the registration fees for all categories.  Furthermore, a $50 discount is given for local authors.
 
Important Dates:
 
The submission deadline:
October 01, 2022
Notification of Acceptance:
November 01, 2022
Camera-Ready Submission: 
November 10, 2022
Conference Dates:
December 06-08, 2022
                  
 
 
 
Technical Scope:
The MENAComm 2022 topics include, but are not limited to:
?       Physical Layer and Fundamentals:
o    Channel modelling, characterization and estimation.
o    Modulation, coding, diversity and equalization.
o    Multi-carrier modulation and waveform design.
o    Interference modelling, cancellation and alignment.
o    MIMO and massive MIMO.
o    Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA).
o    Cognitive radios and spectrum sensing.
o    Ultra-wideband, mmWave and sub-THz communication.
o    Physical layer security.
 
?       Wireless Networks, Connectivity, Security  and Privacy:
?     Fog computing and networking.
?     Mobile edge and cloud computing.
?     Software-defined networks.
?     Wireless network functions virtualization.
?     IoT and sensor networks.
?     Wireless network security and privacy.
?     Routing and congestion control in wireless networks.
  ?   Wireless networking for autonomous vehicles.
?     Energy harvesting wireless networks.
 
?       Emerging Communication Technologies:
?        5G, Beyond 5G and 6G.
?        Arial and non-terrestrial communications.
?        Wireless body area networks and e-health services.
?        Energy efficient and energy harvesting systems.
?        Joint Radar, Sensing and Communications.
?        Visible Light and Optical Communication
?        Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces.
?        Blockchain and Cryptography.
?        Quantum Communications.
?        Full-duplex communication networks.
 
 
 
?       Machine Learning and Optimization for Wireless Systems:
?        Deep Learning for Wireless Systems.
?        Reinforcement Learning for Wireless Systems.
?        Distributed Learning for Wireless Systems.
?        Unsupervised and Generative Model
   o    Data-driven Network Modelling and Optimization.
   o    Bayesian Optimization for Wireless.
   o    Convex and Non-Convex Optimization for Wireless.
   o    Game-Theoretic Approaches to Wireless.
 
 
For enquiries and further information:
 
?        Check the attached CFP
?        Visit the conference website at  https://menacomm.org/
?        Contact email address: info@menacomm.org
 

https://menacomm.org/

info@menacomm.org

Dr. Sami Aldalahmeh