Call for papers

The 25th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC’22), technically sponsored by IEEE Denmark Section, will be held in Herning, Denmark, from October 30 – November 2, 2022.

5G WAY FORWARD TO 6G

WPMC aims to promote knowledge sharing, network, and collaborative activities in the wireless techno-business modelling. The objective is to respond to the 6G and its pervasiveness for socio-techno-economic paradigm and business, processes, competencies, and models. A key emphasis is on the secured, swift, and seamless transition from present to the future 6G paradigm, bridging across industries, public & private, universities, research labs, and other knowledge societies in exploration of the newest technologies and pursuing innovative ways of living, conducting business, traveling, etc. towards sustainable solutions. It fosters higher education and training, by hosting peer tutorials, publications, research papers and posters presentations. It will also be publicized and disseminated through local and social media platforms for knowledge distribution to integrate and update with the latest know-hows towards interdisciplinary technical science and research.

Regular sessions (Themes and Tracks):

  • Future Wireless Communications (Physical Layer)-VLC, 5G, 6G, and Beyond QoS, Security, Trust, and Privacy (All layers)
  • VAT, Autonomous Vehicles, UAVs, Satellite Navigation, Positioning, and Timing
  • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Cryptography. Ultra wideband, mm-Wave, and THz communications (Wireless Communication System)
  • Radar and Antenna Theory, Design (including Smart Antenna) and Application
  • Spectrum Management for Wireless Communications including mm-Wave, Ultra-Wide Band and, Tera Hz Communication
  • Internet of Things (IoT), M2M Communications, Industrial IoT (IIoT) I4.0, I5.0
  • Immersive Telepresence and Wearable Devices (including for Telemedicine and Dentistry)
  • Business Model Innovation for Green Technology and non-conventional Approaches in Health, Smart Regions, and Social Science.
  • Power Electronics

Special Sessions:

  • Young Researchers in all themes (age less than 25)
  • Women in Engineering
  • Green Business Models
  • Sixth Generation Communications, Sensors and Machine Intelligence
  • Power Electronics for future wireless communications