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9th EAI International Wireless Internet Conference

December 19–20, 2016 | Haikou, People's Republic of China


Track Chairs:

Hui Gao, Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications, China


Advanced PHY theories and techniques are fundamentals for future wireless Internet. Along with the evolution of network architecture and the advance of computing techniques, new multiple access techniques, transmission schemes, coding and modulation approaches are emerging to pursuit higher spectrum/energy efficiency, reliability, security and other relevant performances for future applications. This track covers various research topics in PHY. 


· PHY layer design for cellular, wireless LAN, ad hoc, and sensor networks 
· Energy efficient PHY layer design, energy harvesting 
· PHY layer security 

· Channel modeling, characterization, and estimation 
· Modulation, coding, diversity, equalization, synchronization 
· OFDM, multi-carrier modulation 

· Non-orthogonal multiple access

· Interference modeling, management, alignment, coordination
· Space-time coding, beamforming, MIMO, massive MIMO, distributed antenna system  
· Cooperative, device-to-device, and multi-hop communications 
· Cognitive radio

· Full-duplex radio
· Ultra-wideband, mmWave, and sub-THz communications 
· Molecular and nano-communications 


Track Chairs:

Xianfu Chen,,  VTT, Finland

Zheng Chang, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland


1.       Cognitive and cooperative MAC

2.       Radio resource scheduling and QoS management

3.       MAC for heterogeneous cellular networks

4.       MAC protocol for energy harvesting wireless networks

5.       MAC design for cloud radio access networks

6.       Algorithm design and performance analysis


Track Chairs:

Celimuge Wu, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

Xing Zhou, Hainan University, China


The network track of WICON 2016 is soliciting high quality papers that describe original and unpublished contributions in the area of networking technologies for future wireless Internet.



Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

1.         Ad hoc networks

2.         Body area networks

3.         Cognitive radio networks

4.         Content delivery networks

5.         Cooperative communications

6.         Delay tolerant networks

7.         Green wireless networks

8.         Internet of things (IoT)

9.         Machine to Machine (M2M) type communications

10.     Mobile cloud networking

11.     Mobile social networks

12.     Multi-path transport based on heterogeneous mobile Internet access standards

13.     Network architectures

14.     Networking technologies for 5G

15.     Routing, QoS and scheduling

16.     Satellite networks

17.     Small cells and femtocell networks

18.     Software defined wireless networks

19.     Underwater wireless networks

20.     Vehicular networks

21.     Wireless multicasting, broadcasting, and geocasting

22.     Wireless sensor and actuator networks

23.     WLAN and WPAN networking technologies


Track Chairs:

Genge Bela, Petru Maior University of Tirgu Mures, Romania

Rongxing Lu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


The main objective of the security track is to bring together the security community from both academia and industry, to exchange ideas, to discuss recent advances in the broad field of security, to highlight key issues, trends, lessons learned and best practices about all aspects of security.



Topics within the scope of the Security track include, but are not limited to:

- Network security

- Fog Computing Security

- Security protocols

- Authentication

- Privacy-preserving computation

- Intrusion detection

- Denial of Service detection and mitigation

- Mobile communications security

- Wireless security

- Web security

- Security risk analysis

- Viruses, malware, spyware, spamware, scam

- Cloud security

- Industrial control systems security

- SCADA security

- Critical infrastructure protection

- Security standards, best practices, and lessons learned

- Database security

- Digital forensics

- Penetration testing

- Software-Defined Networks security

- Security-aware network design solutions

Cloud & Big Data

Track Chairs:

Chau Yuen, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore

Hao Wang, Norwegian University of Science Technology, Aalesund, Norway

Sabita Maharjan, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway


Big data analytics offers the promise of providing valuable insights that can create competitive advantages, spark new innovations, and drive new products or services. However, in order to realize full potential of big data, the unprecedented requirements on storage, integration, computing and analysis, must be met. Cloud computing offers advantages such as efficient resource provisioning and low operational costs for supporting a wide range of computing needs, and is naturally the core support to enable big data applications and services. This track covers various research topics in cloud and big data. 


Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

- Big Data novel theory, algorithm and applications

- Big Data mining and analytics

- Big Data infrastructure, and Cloud Computing

- Big Data visualization

- Big Data aqcuisition

- Big Data storage and management

- Security and privacy protection

- Large data stream processing on cloud

- Distributed and federated datasets

- Mobility and big data

- Sensor network, social network and big data

- Big data applications for a smart grid, smart city

- Big data with Internet-of-Things

- Protocols for efficient big data processing in the cloud

- Big data processing in the cloud: Resource allocation and optimization

- Big data processing in the cloud: Scalability, reliability and manageability

Emerging IoT Systems

Track Chairs:

Rong Yu, Guangdong University of Technology, China

Meng Wang, Ericsson Research, Sweden