3rd International Workshop on Next Generation Green Wireless Networks
Rennes, October 1-3 2014
A major challenge of the upcoming 5G and next generation wireless networks is to meet the growing demand on data rates while improving the energy efficiency and inherently reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases. Fostered by this challenge and the economical benefits for service operators, the research on green wireless communications has been gaining an increasing interest during the last few years. Furthermore, attaining better levels of coexistence of various wireless systems and reducing the human exposure to electromagnetic radiations are among the key topics covered by this research area.
Following a series of successful workshops that aim at providing an overview of the latest achievements and state of the art in the field of green wireless communications and discussing the different challenges and research trends, the 3rd International Workshop on Next Generation Green Wireless Networks (Next-GWiN 2014) will take place from 1-3 October 2014 at Rennes, France.
Next-GWiN 2014 gathers world class speakers from various academic, consulting and industrial institutions. It consists of 5 keynotes and 16 invited talks, and a joint special session from Chinese 973 Program (National Basic Research Program). It covers the following aspects of next generation green wireless communications:
Theory, modeling, optimization, and analysis
Architecture, strategies, algorithms, and protocols
Evaluation, standardization, and regulation policies
Applications, economics, and social issues
The intended audience is students close to complete their education, PhD students, researchers and senior engineers involved in R&D with technical background in fields related to green wireless communications and networks.
Site web : www.next-gwin.org/
Inscription : www.next-gwin.org/index.php/registration