CFP

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We invite submissions on a wide range of research topics, spanning both theoretical and systems research. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

5G, 4G, LTE, LTE-Advanced

Information and communications   technology (ICT)

Activity   Recognition and Behaviour Monitoring

Information-centric networking

Affective   and Ubiquitous Computing

Internet of Things (IoT)

Artificial   Intelligence and Machine Learning

Machine Learning and Intelligent   Systems

Big Data   Analytics

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and D2D   Communications

Biometric   Security

Malware Analysis and detection

Communication   Networks

Maritime Communications Systems   & Networks

Content centric networking

Military and Defense Technologies

Content delivery network

Mobile Cloud Computing &   Communication Systems

Context   Awareness System

Mobile Software and Data Science

Cyber   Security

Multimedia and Internet security

Cyber-Physical   System

Network and Wireless Computing

Data Mining   and Sentiment Analysis

Network security and Cryptography

Data   Sources and Integration

Network Virtualization

Delay-tolerant   networks

Privacy and Social aspects of   Societies

Digital   Forensics

Public Protection & Disaster   Relief (PPDR) Communication

Digital   Society

Security Systems

Distributed,   pervasive and embedded systems security

Smart Media & Broadcasting, and   Smart Devices

Encryption   and Security for ICT Convergence

Social Network Analytics

Energy   Internet, Smart Grid Infrastructure

Software-defined networking (SDN)

Event   Detection

u-Healthcare Systems, and   Bio-informatics

Future Internet Technologies

Vehicular Information and   Communication Technologies

Green   Communication Technologies and Solutions

Virtual and Mixed Reality

Healthcare

Web-based application and service   security

Human   Factor and Usability Studies

Wireless & Mobile Communication   Systems

Human   Machine Interface

WLAN, WPAN, WBAN

Information   and Communication Theory