The conference will feature a comprehensive technical program with technical tracks on:

Track 1: Communications

Track 2: Network and Information Technologies

Track 3: Satellite

Track 4: Broadband and Photonics


Track 1 – Communications

Advanced communication techniques

Antenna technologies

Business applications of telecommunications

Communication theory

Communications protocols

Earth terminal systems

Effects of legislation and regulation on telecommunications

Frameworks for wireless security

Information assurance

Integrated services for disaster relief

Location- and context-aware distributed systems

Management of telecommunications in organizations

Military applications and architectures

Modulation and coding

Radio communications

Regulatory and spectrum sharing issues

Software-defined radios

System integration and interoperability

Use of distributed services over wireless


Track 2 – Network and IT

Adoption and diffusion of networking technologies

Computer networks

Cross-border network-based information systems

Design and performance evaluation of new network application and systems

Designing, deploying and using networked systems in specialized sectors (i.e. Health, Education, Manufacturing)

Emerging networking trends

Enterprise networks

Grid, cluster and Internet computing

Internetworking and network protocols

Mobile computing, mobile networks, and mobile agents

Mobility and m-commerce issues

Network architectures, services, switching, routing, and applications

Network convergence

Network management and security

Network measurements, performance analysis and evaluation

Network pricing issues and strategies

Network Resource and QoS

Optical network

Outsourcing of networking and data communication services


Pervasive Computing Environments

Sensor, mesh, and ad hoc networks

Standards and network interoperability issues

Strategic use of networking technologies

Success factors of networked systems

Telecommuting, remote access and VPN

IoT and IoE

Smart City


Track 3 – Satellite

Advances in launching spacecraft

Interactivity via Satellite

Inter-satellite links


Novel satellite-enabled Services

Propagation and mitigation techniques at Ku, Ka, and V-bands

Rapid response payloads

Satellite architecture

Satellite payload

Satellite subsystems and components

Terrestrial-airborne-space integration

Unmanned aerial vehicles, navigation and satellite communications


Track 4 – Broadband & Photonics

Optical Communication

Microwave Photonic

Optical Component for Analog System

Optical Signal Processing

Radio over Fiber

Non-linear photonic technology

Optical Transport Networks

Optical Access Network

Visible Optical Communication System

On-Chip Optical Network

Software-defined Optical Networks: