Extended submission deadline:

late submission track: Jan. 06, 2019 (2-page extended abstracts only)

 

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Important Dates

Paper registration deadline: December 9, 2018 Dec. 23, 2018
Late submission track (2-page extended abstracts only): January 06, 2019
Acceptace notification: February 10, 2019
Final camera-ready upload: February 24, 2019
Author registration:  February 24, 2019
Workshop: April 24 to 26, 2019

Paper submission is via EDAS. Please use the standard submission track for regular papers and the late submission track for late paper submissions (after Dec. 23).

The 23rd International ITG Workshop on Smart Antennas (WSA 2019) provides a prestigious international forum for researchers and practitioners from around the world to present and discuss the latest research on wireless/multiuser communications and related signal processing algorithms, information theoretic analyses and experimental results, as seen through the peculiar prism of smart multi-antenna (MIMO) systems and their role in present and future wireless system technology.

More specifically, a non-exclusive list of topics of interest includes:

  • Beamforming and Multi-Antenna Techniques
  • Massive and Full-Dimension MIMO Systems
  • Network/Distributed MIMO
  • Multicell Systems and Interference
  • Cloud Radio Access Networks
  • Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Communications
  • Waveform design
  • Ultra-Low Latency Communication
  • Energy Efficiency of Multi-Antenna Systems
  • Precoding and Limited Feedback
  • Multi-Antenna Channel Measurements
  • Channel Modelling and Estimation
  • Compressive Sensing and Sparse Processing
  • Machine Learning for PHY/MAC Design
  • Multi-Antenna Techniques for Enhanced Security
  • Field Trials and Demonstrators
  • Antenna Array Design
  • Satellite Communications and Navigation
  • MIMO Radar and Multi-Sensor Processing
  • Cooperative and Sensor Networks
  • Device-to-Device Communications
  • Vehicular Communications
  • Uncoordinated and Massive access
  • Relaying and Multi-Hop
  • Cross-layer Optimization

The workshop comprises both oral and poster presentations. All papers are peer-reviewed and the proceedings will be included in the IEEE Xplore database. Submissions of extended abstracts (at least 2 pages, A4 two-colum IEEE conference format) and full papers (at most 8 pages) are accepted.