Fifth International Conference on Computing, Electronics and Communications Engineering 2022 (iCCECE '22) is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE United Kingdom and Ireland Section and will draw together researchers and developers from academia and industry.
The panel discuss the current and future direction of wired and wireless communications technologies, their supporting standardisation activities, and their requirements.
IEEE Women in Engineering | Career Development Day - Electronic and Communication Engineering This event is aimed at students in electronic and communication engineering who want to: Meet and hear about the latest technologies and research by leaders in the field, Get advice about career paths and opportunities by representatives of major communication [...]
Ali C Begen is currently a Computer Science Professor at Ozyegin University and a technical consultant in Comcast's Advanced Technology and Standards Group.
One of the key drivers for next-generation mobile communications is the support of the Internet of Things (IoT), with billions of objects connected to the Internet and very low latency. This Distinguished Lecture investigates the integration of satellite technology and IoT, considering different architectures and sensor technologies as NB-IoT, LoRa/LoRaWAN, and SigFox.
A new generation of services and applications is emerging that require lower latency, better reliability, large connections, and increased energy efficiency. This Distinguished Lecture sheds light on different aspects of Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication and Time-Sensitive Networking through the use of V2X as an example.
This Distinguished Lecture will introduce extreme value theory-based channel modelling and communication techniques detecting rare events in ultra-reliable communication together with federated learning techniques for channel estimation.
In this workshop, expert panel members will be discussing on cutting edge research and development for enabling future transport and mobility systems.
This presentation will elaborate on the emerging technology of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs) which are proposed as the enabler of smart wireless environments, offering a highly scalable, low-cost, hardware-efficient, and almost energy-neutral solution for the dynamic control of the propagation of electromagnetic signals.
ComSoc Hybrid Lecture | Toward Low-latency Extended Reality (XR) Enabled by RF Imaging and Programmable Wireless Environment (PWE) Technologies by Prof Andreas Pitsillides, University of Cyprus This is a hybrid event which can be attended in person or remotely. About the Speaker Andreas Pitsillides is a Professor in the Department of [...]