5G Networks

First International Workshop on "Signal processing and radio resource allocation for decentralized and self-organized 5G networks"

(Co-located with the Sixth International Conference on Innovative Computing Technology (FGCT 2017)
Dublin, Ireland
August  21-23, 2017
(http://www.socio.org.uk/fgct/5-g-networks)
(Technically Co-sponsored by IEEE, UK & RI)


The number of wireless connections is growing exponentially around the globe. It is expected that up to 50 billion devices will be connected to the net by 2050. Most of these connections will involve wireless technologies. However, with current wireless standards, it will be impossible to cope with this increase in traffic demand and different quality of service requirements. In addition, the signaling load needed for resource allocation and device coordination in such massive deployment will become prohibitively large. 5G wireless access networks will need to combine several innovative aspects of decentralized and centralized allocation looking for maximizing performance and minimizing signaling load.

Spectrum resources need to be dynamically shared using advanced cognitive radios and self-organization that will enable the maximum exploitation of opportunities with minimized interference and maximum quality of service satisfaction. Centralized architectures with cloud computing, context-aware, and big data processing will enable large and dense network deployments with high interference rejection, embedded security, and energy savings. Signal processing will be of paramount importance in future 5G networks to make efficient use of resources, resolve conflicts, reduce signaling load, improve the transfer of information, improve security, make efficient use of energy consumption, reject interference, and enable efficient detection of spectrum opportunities.

Contributing papers are suggested to cover one or more (but not limited to) of the following sub-topics:

-Multiple antenna processing for 5G
-Signal processing for contention resolution algorithms
-Orbital angular momentum processing
-Full duplex algorithms
-Device-to-device signal processing
-3D beamforming
-Sparse signal processing
-Massive MIMO,
-Full-dimension MIMO
-Large scale cooperative processing
-Imperfect channel and queuing state information in signal processing
-Context-aware processing
-Innovative modulation formats and encoding
-MAC-PHY cross-layer design for 5G access
-Error correction protocols
-mm-wave design, spectrum sharing
-Energy harvesting for 5G
-Coordinated distributed antenna processing,
-Interference alignment
-Cooperative relaying diversity
-Adaptive beamforming
-Space division multiplexing
-Multi-packet reception with interference cancellation
-Cognitive radio resource allocation
-Self-organized resource allocation
-Multi-hop ad-hoc processing
-Blind and semi-blind algorithms for multiuser detection and contention resolution
-Decentralized contention resolution protocols for 5G futures wireless networks
-Signal processing for cloud radio access network
-Software-defined networking processing
-Ultra-dense networks
-Full duplex algorithms
-Non-orthogonal multiple access
-Error correction and channel coding for 5G
-PHY-layer for low latency
-Embedded security
-Filter bank multicarrier
-Spectral-efficient FDM systems
-Generalized FDM
-Channel modeling issues
-Multi-objective optimization for signal processing in 5G
-Game theory for self-organized and cognitive radio 5G networks
-Low latency solutions for machine-type communications
-Conflict resolution in decentralized networks
-Information theoretic principles for 5G
-Game theoretic approaches for signal processing and resource allocation
-Evolutionary optimization in 5G
-Multicriteria decision making for technology evaluation

Important Dates

Submission of papers: June 05, 2017
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: July 01, 2017
Camera Ready: August 01, 2017
Registration August 01, 2017
Conference: August 16-18, 2017

Submissions
We invite submissions up to 8 pages in IEEE format. Submissions should be made via the conference website. The program committee will select papers based on topical relevance, technical contribution and general interest to the community.

Workshop Chair
Ramiro Sámano Robles,  Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal

Contact: fgct @ socio.org.uk

Paper Submission – http://www.socio.org.uk/fgct/paper-submission/