Welcome to 2013!
GREENING THE WORLD
In addition to high-traffic high-speed multimedia ubiquitous communications requirements, the Information Society is facing new challenges such as energy efficiency, self-deployment/self-organizing behavior, low electromagnetic radiation, scalability, and flexibility. Moreover, "Information and Communication Technologies () Greening the World" is a also new direction promoting information and communication technologies as tools that enable the design of eco-friendly solutions and systems to encourage innovation and improve citizens lives. Information security over wireless, Small cells, Heterogeneous networks, Radio over Fiber, Software Defined Networks, Cloud Computing, Smart grids and Smart cities are new trends that open up new perspectives in the R&D field and thus are within the scope of 2013.
INTERNET OF THINGS - CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
, ’s , UK
THE NEW INTERNET BASED ON
Prof. , President of Forum and Chair of European Task Force
FULL-STEAM AHEAD - TOWARDS A ’GREEN’ WIRELESS FUTURE...
, School of , Univ. of Southampton, UK
ON MANAGING HETEROGENEITY IN PRODUCTION CLOUD COMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS
, Professor, (Canada),
SMART ANTENNA ARRAYS FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
, Director of , Spain
FUSION OF SATELLITE AND TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK BASED POSITIONING METHODS
Prof. , Director of , Toulouse, France
WHEN, WHERE AND HOW MUCH FEEDBACK? COMMUNICATIONS WITH DELAYED AND LIMITED FEEDBACK
, Assistant Professor Mobile Communications Department, , France
PARTNERS EUROPEAN PROJECTS
European FPC Project