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Advanced Industrial Conference on Telecommunications

AICT 2005

Week of July 17, 2005 - Lisbon, Portugal

Call for Papers

1. Papers:


  1. Information Theory and Coding Theory
    Communication theory, Information security, Multimedia information, Network reliability, Signal processing, Modulation
  2. Optical Communications
    Designing and management of optical networks, Optical fiber technology, Optical switching and optical interconnection, Optical photonic technologies, Optoelectronic components, Transmission systems and optical networking
  3. Networking Theory and Technologies
    Broadband communications and networks, Computer communications and networks, Internet and Intranet, Mobile IP, VoIP, Network Security, Next generation network architectures, Programmable networks, Active networks and Mobile Agents, Protocol & Standards & Communication Architectures, Switching and Routing, System and Network Performance and QoS, Traffic Engineering (MPLS, DiffServ, IntServ, etc.)
  4. Telecommunication/Network Management and Services
    Broadband access network and service, IP services and multimedia services, Mobile data service, Network planning and optimization, Telecommunication network interconnection issues, Telecommunication pricing and billing, Telecommunication regulation and deregulation, Traffic management, Traffic control, Real-time traffic and Quality of Service, 3G and 4G Mobile communication services
  5. Wireless Communications
    Antennas & propagation & transmission technologies, Broadband wireless, Evolution from 2G to 2.5G, 3G and Beyond, Microwave devices & circuits & systems, Personal communications, Satellite and space communications, Terrestrial radio systems, Mobility (IEEE 802.11 engineering, smarts devices), Wireless multimedia & networks & systems, Wireless IP and wireless ATM, Cellular and Ad hoc networks
  6. Metro/Access Networks
    Future proofing access topologies and architectures, xDSL & HFC & Gbit/s Ethernet & FTTH, DWDM in Metro/Access, New broadband access technologies, Interface and its development, Residential zone and its future, Co-operation between Metro transport and access, Wireless access (WPAN, WLAN, WLL), Standardization (IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.16)
  7. Web Services Communications
    Web Services base applications, Performance in Web services based applications, Security in Web services applications, Trust in Web services applications, Development platforms for Web Services based applications, Policies for Interacting Web services
  8. Communication Software
    Intelligent network theory, Technologies and systems, Object and component technologies in telecommunication software, Network management theory, Network operations and management, Telecommunication protocol engineering, Telecommunication software tools
  9. Special Topics
    EMC in Communications, Standardization (IEEE 802.17, Policy Models, etc.), Wireless over Optical, Multicast, Mobility Management, Security, SOHO (Small Offices/Home Offices), NGN (Next Generation Networks), Disaster Recovery, Others

2. Technical marketing/business/positioning presentations:

The conference initiates a series of business, technical marketing, and positioning presentations on the same topics. Speakers must submit a 10-12 slide deck presentations with substantial notes accompanying the slides, in the .ppt format (.pdf-ed). The slide deck will be published in the conference’s CD collection, together with the regular papers. Please send your presentations to

3. Tutorials:

Tutorials provide overviews of current high interest topics. Proposals can be half or full day tutorials. Please send your proposals to and

4. Panels:

Proposals on controversial and challenging topics are expected.

Important dates:

Submission due March 1, 2005
Submission for tutorial/panel proposals April 20, 2005
Notification of acceptance March 30, 2005
Camera-ready manuscript April 20, 2005
Conference Week of July 17, 2005

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