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The IEEE ICCT is an annual conference, focusing on both theory and applications of communication technologies. In     addition to the technical sessions, there will be invited sessions, tutorials, keynote addresses, and exhibitions. The IEEE     ICCT 2011 will be held in Jinan, China on September 25-28, 2011. We invite you to submit your original technical     papers/tutorials on network architecture, design, implementation, analysis, performance simulation, etc. The IEEE ICCT 2011     is organized into the following 7 tracks covering all relevant topics: (All papers accepted will be included in IEEE Xplore     and indexed by EI Compendex.)

1. Communication Theory 

- Communication Theory and Systems
- Information Theory and Statistics
- Network and Multi-user Information Theory
- Network Planning, Capacity analysis, and Topology Control
- Coding and Modulation
- Channel Modeling
- Multiple-Access Techniques
- Interference Management, Cancellation and Avoidance
- Dynamic Spectrum Management
- MIMO Systems Design & Analysis
- OFDM and Multi-carrier Systems
- Wireless Network Coding

2. Signal Processing for Communications

- Signal Detection and Synchronization
- Channel Estimation and Equalization
- Adaptive Antennas and Beamforming
- Space-Time Processing and Decoding
- Speech, Image and Video Signal Processing
- Compressive Sensing
- Multi-user Detection
- New Signal Processing Techniques in 3G\4G\B4G
- Transmitter and Receiver Techniques

3. Wireless Communications and Networks

- Cellular Systems, 3G/4G and Beyond
- WiMAX, WMAN, and Other Broadband Wireless Networks
- WLAN, WPAN, and Other Home/Personal Networks
- Ad hoc, Body Area, Sensor and Mesh Networks
- Femtocell Networks, Self Organizing Networks (SONs)
- Wireless Multimedia Networks
- Wireless Heterogeneous and Ubiquitous Networks
- Multimode Wireless Networks
- Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networks
- Radar, Satellite and Space Communications
- Service-centric, Overlay and P2P Networks
- Wireless and RF Components and Systems
- UWB
- Wireless Internet and Mobile IP
- Resource Allocation and Management
- Mobility Management and Admission Control
- Power Management and Control
- Energy Conservation Techniques
- Mobile and Pervasive Computing
- Cross-layer Design and Optimization
- Cognitive Radio, Software Defined Radio
- Cooperative Communications
- Green Communications

4. Optical Communications and Networks

- Optical Communication Systems and Networks
- Optical Modulation and Signal Processing
- DWDM, OTDM, OCDM
- Optical Networks Control and Management
- Optical Packet/Burst Switching Techniques
- Optical Access Networks (PONs, AONs, etc.)
- Cross-Layer Design and Software Defined Optics
- Routing and Wavelength Assignment (RWA)
- Optical Networks to Support Cloud Computing
- Energy Efficiency in Optical Networks
- Inter-Working Between Optical and Wireless Networks

5. Communications QoS and Multimedia Services

- Quality, Reliability and Performance
- Scalability, Robustness and Resilience 
- Application / Service Oriented Networking
- Network Measurement and Monitoring Techniques
- Traffic Engineering and Traffic Theory
- Metrics and Models for Quality of Experience (QoE)
- Applications of Game Theory for Quality Provision
- End-to-End QoS, Protocol, Flow and Congestion Control
- Multimedia Applications and Services
- Network Security and Privacy
- Standardization Aspects of QoS and Reliability

6. Communication Software and Hardware Design

- Communication Software
- Network Modelling and Simulation Techniques
- Network Measurements and Testbeds
- Next Generation Services and Service Platforms
- Distributed SW Technology
- Middleware Support for Networking
- Integrated Circuit Designs, SoC, ASIC
- RF.MEMS, RFID
- Testbeds and Deployment

7. Next-Generation Networking and Future Internet

- Next-generation Networking Architectures
- Network Design, Planning and Economics
- Network Intelligence
- Network Protocols, Applications & Services
- Network Management Methodologies
- Network Virtualization, VPN
- Next-Generation Access Networking
- Wireless-Wireline Internetworking
- Design Methodologies for Internet Services
- Operational and Research Issues with IPv6
- Internet of Things
- Cloud Computing

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