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THE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ULTRA MODERN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

The aim of ICUMT is to bring together international players in telecommunications, robotics and control systems. The congress consists of two open call tracks, technical workshops, tutorials and industrial exhibitions. Prospective authors are invited to submit papers including technical novelties and tutorial overviews in the areas including but not limited to:

  • 3GPP Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA)
  • Femto Cells
  • IMS and IMS-based services
  • Mobility, handoff protocols and management
  • Device-to-device communications
  • Next generation 802.11 and 802.15 including mesh, PAN, BAN, etc.
  • Ultra-wideband communications (UWB)
  • Underwater communications
  • Energy-efficient networking, circuits, devices and transmission technologies
  • Energy efficiency of data centers and intelligent cloud computing
  • Cross-layer optimizations to minimize energy consumption on a network scale
  • Cognitive, cooperative and reconfigurable networks
  • Protocols and protocol extensions for energy efficient networks
  • Network load balance and smart information storage
  • Remote power management for wireless terminals and access networks
  • Hierarchical and distributed techniques for energy managemen
  • Harvesting distributed energy generation
  • Smart Grid
  • Information theory on energy efficiency
  • Energy evaluation and comparison of different network technologies
  • Novel network concepts and architectures lowering the overall footprint of ICT
  • Estimation and evaluation of the worldwide footprint of ICT
  • Regulation and standardization
  • Deployment, trial experience, business models and applications
  • Cognitive Radio Networks and Systems
  • Spectrum sensing and spectrum management
  • Dynamic spectrum access
  • Cooperation and Game-Theoretical Protocols for Cognitive Radios
  • Software defined radio
  • Cross-Layer Protocol Design
  • Regulations and standards
  • Cooperative communications and networking
  • Multi-Carrier Systems & Solutions
  • MIMO and multi-antenna communications
  • Multi-carrier access schemes such as OFDMA, MC-CDMA, DFTS-OFDM, IFDMA, OFDM-IDMA
  • Cryptography
  • Coding for noisy channels and erasure channels
  • Source coding and data compression
  • Joint source-channel coding
  • Network coding and coding for multi-terminal systems
  • Cooperation, competition and cognition in wireless networks
  • Interoperability in IoT
  • Security and privacy issues in IoT
  • Industrial IoT
  • System architectures
  • Security in broadcast and multicast communications
  • Internet broadcasting
  • Mobile broadcasting and mobile TV
  • Emerging standards, e.g., DVB-S2, DVB-RCS, DVB-H, DVB-T, MediaFLO services and applications
  • RFID and Sensor Network Technologies
  • Architecture and platforms
  • Distributed and pervasive services
  • Personal and body networks, wearable computing
  • Semantic analysis
  • Business models
  • Digital Home Network Technologies
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-roadside communications
  • Intra-vehicle communications
  • Vehicle-to-Internet communications
  • Mobility and vehicular traffic models
  • Information collection and dissemination
  • Analytical and simulation techniques
  • Experimental systems and field operational testing
  • Safety and non-safety related applications
  • Recent standardization efforts and problems (e.g. 802.11p)
  • Overview of the activities and status of the ongoing projects
  • Deployment strategies and predictions
  • Advances in theoretical foundations of P2P
  • Security, trust and reputation in P2P
  • Performance analysis of P2P systems, applications and services
  • Quality of experience in P2P systems
  • Mobile P2P
  • P2P for sensors
  • Economic, business models and charging mechanisms in P2P
  • Legal and regulatory issues
  • Computational Aspects of Social Network
  • Applications
  • Network evolution and growth mechanisms
  • Network geography
  • Search in network
  • Security, data protection inside communities
  • Evaluation and benchmarking
  • Bio-inspired/Bio-oriented Networks
  • Body-area networks
  • Cryptocurrency technologies
  • Wireless telemedicine and E-health services
  • Location techniques and location-based services LBS
  • Broadband Satellite and HAPS (High Altitude Platform Station) Technologies
  • Information Security Technologies
  • Web Technologies
  • Multimedia & Internet Systems, Services and Standards
  • Mobile Internet, Internet Telephony (VoIP, MoIP) and IPTV
  • Network Management, Operation and Maintenance
  • Optical Networking Technologies and Applications
  • Open Programmable Networks and Active Networks
  • Communication Network Topology and Planning
  • User experience and usability studies in ICT
  • Systems & Software Engineering Aspects
  • GRID, Distributed Computing Technologies and Services
  • IT Services Technologies
  • Adaptive control
  • Robust control
  • Process control
  • Complex systems
  • Mechatronic systems
  • Co-operative control
  • Identification and estimation
  • Nonlinear systems
  • Intelligent systems
  • Hybrid systems
  • Networked control systems
  • Neural networks
  • Fuzzy systems
  • Genetic algorithms
  • Evolutionary computation and control
  • Precision motion control
  • Control applications
  • Control engineering education
  • Robot design, development and control
  • Human-robots interfaces
  • Mobile robots and autonomous systems
  • Human augmentation and shared control
  • Space and underwater robot
  • Telerobotics and Teleoperation
  • Industrial networks and automation
  • Multi-agent systems
  • Intelligent warehouses
  • Modeling, simulation and architectures
  • Vision, recognition and reconstruction
  • Virtual Reality
  • Control and supervision systems
  • Instrumentation systems
  • Biomedical instrumentation and applications
  • Web-based control
  • Autonomous agents
  • Petri nets

Manuscript and Presentation Guidelines

THE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ULTRA MODERN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

Manuscript Template

Authors should prepare a PDF file following the IEEE single-space, two-column format using at least 10 point size type. The paper must be correctly formatted to fit on A4. The paper should not exceed 6 pages including figures, tables & references. Maximum 4 additional pages are allowed. Additional pages will be overcharged. The papers cannot exceed 10 pages, otherwise they will be automatically rejected. The cost of overcharge per page is indicated in the Registration Fees. The paper must be submitted in PDF format via the EDAS System.

Note: The congress organizers reserves the right to not include a paper to the Proceedings if the congress registration fee is not paid or if the paper is not presented on the ICUMT 2019 congress.