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Early Bird Registration Deadline: June 24, 2022






The 13th International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks

July 5 (Tue.) ~ 8 (Fri.) 2022), Barcelona, Spain & Virtual Conference




*** IEEE Technical Co-Sponsorship

*** IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc)

*** SCI/Scopus-indexed Journal Publication

*** IEEE Xplore, Scopus, EI

*** Keynote Speeches and Special Talks by VIPs and Prominent Experts



You are cordially invited to participate in the The 13th International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN 2022), to be held in Barcelona, Spain, on July 5 (Tue.) ~ 8 (Fri.) 2022.


The conference will include Plenary Sessions, Tutorial Sessions, Keynote Speechs, Poster Sessions, and Workshop. During ICUFN 2022, Keynote Speeches will be delivered by prominent researchers from Academia. All registered participants can attend the sessions. Please visit the conference home page at http://www.icufn.org  for more details.





“Reconfigurable Holographic Surfaces: A New Paradigm to Holographic Communications for 6G”

Prof. Lingyang Song, IEEE Fellow, Peking University


“Joint Radar and Communication Design: Applications, State-of-the-Art and the Road Ahead”

Prof. Lajos Hanzo, IEEE Life Fellow, University of Southampton, UK


“A Light in Digital Darkness: Free Space Optics to Connect the Unconnected”

Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini, IEEE Fellow, KAUST




“6G Wireless Systems: Challenges and Opportunities”

Prof. Walid Saad, IEEE Fellow, Virginia Tech, USA


“Machine Learning Techniques for Satellite Communications”

Dr. Miguel Angel Vazquez, Head of Space and Resilient Communications and Systems Unit, CTTC, Spain


“Simulation Acceleration and Inverse Design with Artificial Intelligence”

Prof. Junhee Seok, Korea University


“A Paradigm Shift in Future Networks with Quantum Deep Learning”

Prof. Joongheon Kim, IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer





- Wireless and Communication Network

- Cognitive Network

- 6G, 5G, PS-LTE, LTE-R, LTE-Advanced


- Wireless Ad-hoc and Mesh Networks

- Small Cell Networks

- Heterogeneous Networks

- Interference Management

- Radio Resource Management

- Cooperative and Collaborative Communications

- Cross-Layer Design and Optimization

- AI/Machine Learning for Mobile Communications


- QoE, QoS, SLA, and GoS

- Future Internet and Network

- SDN and Network Virtualization

- Web-services and SOA

- Security and Network Management

- Open Platform, Software and Services

- Network Theory and Network Science

- Information Networks

- Social Network

- Network Coding

- AI/Machine Learning for Open Networking


- Cloud Computing and Networks

- Data center Networking

- CCN/CDN/ICN/Delay-tolerant networks

- Big Data Networks

- Fog Computing and Networking

- Storage Networking Protocols

- Distributed and Parallel Systems

- Embedded Systems

- Smartphone Applications

- Applied Computing

- Energy/Power Management

- AI/Machine Learning for Big Data and Cloud


- Ubiquitous Computing and Sensor Networks

- Wireless Sensor Networks, RFID and QR Code

- Cyber-physical system (CPS)

- Optical Wireless Communications(OWC), VLC and IR Communication

- Underwater Sensor Networks

- Internet of things (IoT), Internet of Lights(IoL)

- Body Area Network

- D2D and M2M

- Nano Communication Networks

- AI/Machine Learning for Internet of Things (IoT)


- Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks and Autonomous Vehicles

- Energy Internet, Smart Grid and Green Internets

- LBS, Localization, Positioning and Navigation

- Location and mobility management

- e-Health

- AR, VR, MR, Multi Screen and Digital Signage

- Computer Vision Applications

- Safety Critical System

- Reliability, Availability and Scalability

- Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence



For registration, please visit www.icufn.org.


Homepage: www.icufn.org


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