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CWN 2017 - Fourth IEEE International Workshop on Cooperative Wireless Networks

Date2017-10-11 - 2017-10-13


VenueRome, Italy Italy



Topics/Call fo Papers

The Fourth IEEE International Workshop on Cooperative Wireless Networks, collocated with the 13th IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications (WiMob 2017), will take place in Rome, Italy on October 9-11, 2017. We cordially invite you to submit your recent work.
The following topics of interest are considered (with out excluding others):
Dynamic resource allocation in wireless cooperative networks
Cross-layer management and protocols for cooperative networks
Cross-layer design and optimization for cooperative networks
Control and management in cooperative networks
Cooperative communications: multi-hop and D2D
Cooperative diversity
Information theory aspects of cooperation
Power management in wireless cooperative networks
Business models for cooperative networks
Multimedia transmission in cooperative networks
Cooperation in 5G networks
Cooperation in software defined networks
Cooperation in Wireless Sensor Networks
Cooperation in Vehicular Wireless Networks
Cooperation in Mobile Clouds
Cooperative networking in User Provided Networks
Cooperation in networks with Network Function Virtualization
Cooperation in the Internet of Things
Security and Privacy in Cooperative Wireless Networks
Cooperation in wireless nano-communications
Performance analysis in cooperative networks
Applications and services over cooperative networks
Test-beds and experimentation on cooperative networks
We would like to inform you that WiMob is fully sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and hence, all papers will be published in the IEEE Xplorer Digital library.
We hope that we will see your papers in the submission system (available at The submission deadline is: July 31.
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