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CALL FOR PAPERS IEEE DySPAN 2017
*IEEE DySPAN 2017*
6-9 March 2017
Baltimore, MD, USA
Since its first edition in 2005, IEEE DySPAN has grown to become the
flagship international conference that addresses innovative approaches to
radio spectrum access and management. The unique blend of technology and
policy topics, focusing on the development, deployment, and regulation of
dynamic spectrum access networks, as well as special efforts to bring the
policy and technology communities together in a single event, are
trademarks of IEEE DySPAN that have led to significant insights and broader
impact on the field.
For 2017, IEEE DySPAN comes back where it all began - Baltimore, Maryland,
USA. The conference promises to bring an exciting research program and
unique forum for practitioners, researchers, and policymakers. The setting
will provide cultural experiences, restaurants to satisfy every palate,
family-friendly museums, and exciting nightlife.
IEEE DySPAN 2017 will be based on two main tracks, technical and policy,
and two accompanying tracks, demonstration and posters. All papers will
follow a double-blind review process. Accepted papers will be captured in
the conference proceedings and IEEE eXplore.
The Technology Program Committee invites papers on the following topics:
- Dynamic spectrum access for extremely high-frequency (mmWave) spectrum
- Spectrum management for the Internet of Things
- Licensed Shared Access and secondary use of government spectrum bands
- Pricing and access rules for secondary spectrum
- RF energy harvesting in dynamic spectrum access regimes
- Low-power dynamic spectrum access
- Long-term experimental results of dynamic spectrum access systems
- Robust simulation methods and validation models of dynamic spectrum
- Dynamic spectrum access for underserved regions
The Policy Program Committee invites papers that can help inform policy
makers on topics of current interest, including:
- With the rapid evolution of 4G and emergence of 5G systems, regulatory
agencies might have difficulty keeping up with technological change. Given
the speed of technological change, what are the opportunities and
challenges associated with market and regulatory approaches to spectrum
allocation, spectrum management, and/or spectrum sharing?
- What particular spectrum management policies and tools are needed by
and appropriate for planning or implementing emerging 5G systems? Are the
particular challenges and/or opportunities associated with implementing 5G
in particular spectrum bands?
- As spectrum sharing moves from theory to practice, how do we address
the challenges of monitoring, enforcing, and implementing of spectrum
access systems and policies?
- Many of the practical spectrum sharing systems involve commercial
sharing of government spectrum (in the US). What frameworks are
appropriate for bidirectional sharing (i.e., government access to
commercial spectrum bands? What are the opportunities and challenges?
- One of the foundations of spectrum policy is to foster more efficient
use of spectrum. How can efficiency be defined and measured to enable
policymakers to benchmark their progress toward this goal?
- What are the opportunities and challenges of first responder
communications or public safety mobile broadband (e.g. FirstNet) deployment
(a major US based policy initiative for first responder communications)?
- What are the challenges related to making spectrum sharing both
spectrally and economically efficient?
*Paper Submission Format:*
Authors will need to following IEEE conference style papers. Details about
the format can be found here:
Technical and policy paper should not exceed 8 pages, while demo and poster
papers should not exceed 2 pages.
To submit your paper: link to EDAS to be provided.
Review Process (Technical, Policy, Demo and Poster Papers):
For the first time in IEEE DySPAN history, papers submitted to
IEEE DySPAN 2017 will follow a *double-blind review process*. This means
that authors of the submitted papers will need to remove all information
revealing their identity (this includes author names, affiliations, and
references to sponsoring agencies).
Also, for the first time in IEEE DySPAN history, an opportunity will be
given to the authors to respond to reviewer comments before the technical
program committee will make a final decision regarding acceptance.
*Paper submission deadline*: October 1, 2016
*Rebuttal phase*: December 12-14, 2016
*Notification of acceptance*: January 15, 2017
*IEEE DySPAN Organizing Committee*
General Co-Chairs: *Matthew Hussey, FCC and J. Nicholas Laneman, University
of Notre Dame*
Technology Program Chairs: *Przemysław Pawełczak, TU Delft and Ralf
Policy Program Chairs: *Guilia McHenry, NTIA and Martin Weiss, University
Workshop Chairs: *George Alexandropoulos, Huawei and Andrew Clegg, Google*
Panel / Keynote Chairs: *Randall Berry, Northwestern University and George
Tutorial Chairs: *Oliver Holland, King’s College London and Eric Nelson,
Demo Chairs: *Sofie Pollin, KU Leuven and Scott Pudlewski, AFRL*
Publication Chair: *Joseph Camp, SMU*
Patron Chairs: *Lingjia Liu, University of Kansas, Apurva Mody, BAE, and
Phil Fleming, Nokia*
Web / Social Chair: *Mariya Zheleva, SUNY Albany*
Student Grants Chair:* Shashikant Patil, SVKMs NMIMS Mumbai India*
Steering Committee Chair: *Paul Kolodzy, Kolodzy Consulting*
Department of Computer Science
University at Albany, SUNY
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