The international conference on wireless networks and mobile communications (WINCOM'16) will be held in the imperial city and Scientific capital of Morocco, Fez, on 26- 29 October 2016, Hotel Medina Palace. WINCOM'16 aims at examining the various challenges in the areas of wireless networks & mobile communications. The conference will provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing solutions, and sharing experiences among researchers and professionals from both academia and industry interested in wireless networks and mobile communications. WINCOM has been organized for the last three years, and that is in the form of two workshops. The first edition was held in Fez on December 25th,2013,  the second in Rabat on December 18th, 2014. In the third edition WINCOM switches to the conference size that was organized in Marrakech on October 20-23, 2015.
The last edition was supported by IEEE Morocco section and IEEE Communications Society Morocco Chapter.

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Important Dates

Draft paper submission deadline:2016-05-20

Topics of submission

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Cooperative/non-cooperative communications    

  • icon Mobility Issues and continuity of services

  • icon Game theory applied to networking problems    

  • Multi-homing in 4G, B4G and 5G Networks

  • Learning theory to solve networking problems    

  • Beyond 4G and 5G communications

  • Modeling and performance evaluation    

  • M2M and MTC communications

  • Energy efficient communications and green networking    

  • Cognitive radio networks

  • Interference mitigation    

  • Implementation, testbeds and prototypes

  • Physical layer design and Signal processing    

  • Security issues and privacy

  • Channel capacity estimation, modeling and equalization    

  • Body area networks

  • Radio resource management, allocation and scheduling    

  • Internet of things

  • Congestion, load and admission control    

  • Future Internet and Next-Generation Networking

  • Smart antennas: MIMO, Massive MIMO and beamforming    

  • Mobile cloud computing

  • Reconfigurability, adaptivity in MAC and PHY layers    

  • Emerging Internet applications

  • Adaptive and cognitive MAC    

  • Context and location-awareness in pervasive systems

  • Cross-layer design involving MAC layer    

  • Emerging wireless and mobile applications

  • Routing and QoS provisioning    

  • User interfaces, user-machine interactions

  • Multihop communications: Ad hoc, WSN, DTN, VANET    

  • User interfaces, user-machine interactions

  • P2P services for multimedia    

  • Secure network and service access

  • Self-adaptation on the service layer    

  • Service discovery and portability

  • Service oriented architectures


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  • Pr. Mohammed El Kamili
  • 212-535733346
  • Pr. Ismail Berrada