Call for Papers


The International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD), provides a forum for discussion of recent developments on analytical and simulation tools and techniques for the performance evaluation of communications systems. It was launched in 1986, being held every 2 years until 2006, often in cooperation with flagship IEEE Communication Society conferences (Int. Conference on Communications - ICC, Global Telecommunication Conference - GLOBECOM). Since 2006, the workshop has been held once every year motivated by the ever increasing interest in this hot research and development field. From 2009, CAMAD is an IEEE Communications Society portfolio event. IEEE CAMAD 2012 will be held as a stand-alone event on June 19-21, 2012, in Lund.
This year IEEE CAMAD will focus on communication aspects of 5G Networking and beyond. IEEE CAMAD will be hosting several Workshops and Special Sessions, bringing together a diverse group of scientists, engineers, manufacturers and providers to exchange and share their experiences and new ideas focusing on research and innovation results under wireless communications in the 5G domain. In addition to contributed papers, the conference will also include keynote speeches, panel and demo sessions.
CAMAD will comprise aside from submitted peer-reviewed papers, several special sessions, panels, demonstration sessions and tutorials, and will bring together scientists, engineers, manufacturers and service providers to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results surrounding all aspects on energy saving and the solutions adopted to envisage an environmentally friendly internet of the future.
CAMAD is soliciting papers describing original work, unpublished and not currently submitted for publication elsewhere, on topics, including but not limited to, the following:

  • Wireless PHY layers for 5G: design, analysis, and optimization

  • Wireless MAC protocols for 5G: design, analysis, and optimization

  • 5G IoT networks for urban applications

  • Adaptive content distribution in on-demand services

  • Backhaul/fronthaul for multi-tier ultra-dense heterogeneous small cell networks

  • Cognitive and Cooperative Communications

  • Commercial and Societal Impact of Networks, Data, and Adaptive Services

  • Context and location-aware wireless services and applications

  • Cross-layer design for massive MIMO and multiuser MIMO networks

  • End-to-End Network slicing

  • Efficient integration of multiple novel 5G air interfaces

  • Energy harvesting wireless networks

  • Mobile big data and network data analytics

  • Mobile cloud and fog networking

  • Mobile social networks

  • Mobility, location, and handoff management

  • Multimedia QoS, and traffic management

  • Multiple access in machine-to-machine communication

  • Network estimation techniques

  • Optical Communications & Fiber Optics for 5G

  • QoS support and energy efficient MAC

  • Quality of Experience: Framework, Evaluation and Challenges

  • Simulation Techniques for Large-Scale Networks

  • Smart Grids: Communication, Modeling and Design

  • Software-defined wireless networks

  • Testbed, experiments, and prototype implementations of systems & services

  • Traffic Engineering, Modeling and Analysis

  • Ultra low-latency and ultra high-reliability

  • Validation of Simulation Models with Measurements

  • Wireless body area networks and e-health services

  • Wireless broadcast, multicast and streaming

Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

Important Dates:    
Submission:  March 19, 2017 (final extension)
Notification of acceptance:  April 20, 2017
Submission of camera-ready papers:  May 5, 2017

 

the TPC Co-Chairs
Di Yuan, Linköping University, Sweden
Petar Popovski, Aalborg University, Denmark
George Koudouridis , Huawei, Sweden
Charalabos Skianis, University of the Aegean, Greece