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"Hsieh, Ping-Chun" <[log in to unmask]>
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Hsieh, Ping-Chun
Tue, 4 May 2021 16:54:35 +0800
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                                                Call for Papers
                                              EAI 6G-xCom 2021

           EAI International Conference on 6G Extreme Communication
                      "6G Extreme Communication in the Intelligence Age"

                  Sept. 8 - Sept. 9, 2021, Tainan, Taiwan (and everywhere

6G-xCom solicits research papers with innovative ideas or preliminary
to the field of 6G telecommunications. Its mission is to bring together
from both academic and industry to exchange early ideas and facilitate
discussions for future 6G standards currently under development.
This 6G-xCom 2021
conference, is the first attempt of an annual series as one of the
premier 6G forums
for looking beyond 5G. The conference encourages submissions on all
aspects of beyond 5G technologies, including but not limited to extreme
ubiquitous communications with always-on connectivity, intelligent
management technologies, 6G applications.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Extreme and ubiquitous communications

     -    Ad hoc and mesh networks

     -    Cognitive network management

     -    Communications over sky/sea/space

     -    Converged networks

     -    Heterogeneous networks

     -    High-speed/low-latency/long-range communications

     -    Medium access control

     -    Mobility management and models

     -    Network architecture

     -    Network management

     -    Network virtualization

     -    P2P and overlay networks

     -    Software-defined networking

     -    Security

* Intelligent networking between humans and things

     -     Applications and service provisioning

     -     Autonomous cars

     -     Autonomous UAVs

     -     Big data

     -     Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)

     -     Edge and fog computing/networking

     -     Internet of Things (IoT)

     -     Localization and location-based services

     -     Mobile sensing and applications

     -     Ubiquitous services

     -     Security

Important Dates
   * Paper submission deadline: May 7, 2021
   * Acceptance notification: July 2, 2021
   * Camera-ready paper: August 2, 2021

Submission Guidelines
   * Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical/position
papers for
   presentation at the conference and publication in the Proceedings of the
   All submissions must be written in English and must be formatted using
the Springer
   LNICST Authors' Kit (

   * Submission can be of two types: Full papers or Short papers, up to 12
pages and
   8 pages with the Springer single-column format, respectively, including
tables, figures
   and references. Full papers accepted as short papers will be required to
be reduced
   to 8 pages.

   * More details are available at

General Co-Chairs
   * John C.S. Lui (CUHK)
   * Chi-Yu Li (NYCU)

TPC Co-Chairs
   * Chunyi Peng (Purdue)
   * Antonio De La Oliva (UC3M)

Steering Committee***
   * Imrich Chlamtac (EAI)
   * Jyh-Cheng Chen (NYCU)



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