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The IEEE Cleveland Section, AIAA Communications System Technical Committee, and NASA Glenn Research Center invite participants to attend a three-day workshop: June 25-27, 2019 at Ohio Aerospace Institute (Cleveland, OH).

This is the second workshop on cognitive communications systems co-sponsored by IEEE Northeastern Ohio Chapter, NASA Glenn Research Center, and the AIAA Communications System Technical Committee in Cleveland, OH. The aim of this workshop is to bring together Researchers, Engineers, Technologists, and leaders across industry, government, and academia to discuss and present their recent advancements and future interest in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning with applications toward the development of cognitive communication systems for aerospace. 

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The aim of this workshop is to bring together Researchers, Engineers, Technologists, and leaders across industry, government, and academia to discuss and present their recent advancements and future interest in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning with applications toward the development of cognitive communication systems for aerospace.

Author guidelines

Abstract Submission Deadline: February 4, 2019

Abstract Acceptance / Notification: February 25, 2019

Paper Submission: April 8, 2019

Paper Acceptance / Notification: May 20, 2019

Early Registration: May 20, 2019

Final Manuscript Submission: June 14, 2019

Final Registration Deadline: June 17, 2019

Presentation Submission: June 21, 2019

Topics of submission

Machine learning methods for self reconfiguration and autonomous performance optimization

Deep learning based sensing and learned communications

Communication systems anomaly resolution/mitigation approaches

Cognitive network design and protocols

Optimization through distributed algorithms

Data routing through decentralized service-based approaches

Cross-layer optimization techniques

Swarm intelligence and biological-inspired networking

Secure communication approaches

Cognitive antennas

Cognitive radio platforms and autonomous hardware controls

Neuromorphic/memrisitive architectures

Modeling, analysis, and simulation of cognitive radio technologies and networks

 

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Contact information

  • Dr. Janette C. Briones
  • ccaa-workshop@mail.nasa.gov

Sponsored By

  • Cleveland Section