IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference
26–29 March 2023 // Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Wireless Communications for Social Innovation

Technical Program Schedule


(Approved remote presentations listed here.)

Updates to Technical Schedule can be found here

Monday, 27 March 2023 - 11:00 - 12:30     

PHY01: Channel Measurements and Modeling

Room: Alsh 1

1. A Novel GPU Acceleration Algorithm Based on CUDA and MPI for Ray Tracing Wireless Channel Modeling

Jinxuan Chen (Southeast University & Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Yinghua Wang (Purple Mountain Laboratories, China); Jie Huang (Southeast University, China); Cheng-Xiang Wang (Southeast University, China & Purple Mountain Laboratories, China)

2. Adaptive Non-Stationary Vehicle-to-Vehicle MIMO Channel Simulator and Emulator

Duoxian Huang (Southeast University, China); Lijian Xin (China); Jie Huang (Southeast University, China); Cheng-Xiang Wang (Southeast University, China & Purple Mountain Laboratories, China)

3. Massive MIMO Channel Measurements for a Railway Station Scenario

Markus Hofer, David Löschenbrand, Stefan Zelenbaba, Gerhard Humer, Benjamin Rainer and Thomas Zemen (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria)

4. Measurements and Modeling of Narrow-Beam Channel Dispersion Characteristics in Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Scenarios

Wenliang Zhang, Tao Zhou, Liu Liu (Beijing Jiaotong University, China)

5. Channel Estimation for Two-Wave with Diffuse Power Fading Channels under 1-bit Quantization

Torge Mewes, Stephan Zeitz, Peter Neuhaus, Meik Dörpinghaus, Gerhard P. Fettweis (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

6. GA-MADDPG: A Demand-Aware UAV Network Adaptation Method for Joint Communication and Positioning in Emergency Scenarios

Ke Zhuang and Lianming Xu, Liang Li, Li Wang and Aiguo Fei (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)


PHY04: Communication Theory

Room: Alsh 2

1. Block-Level Interference Exploitation Precoding without Symbol-by-Symbol Optimization

Ang Li (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China); Chao Shen (Shenzhen Research Institute of Big Data, China); Xuewen Liao (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China); Christos Masouros (University College London, United Kingdom); Lee Swindlehurst (University of California at Irvine, USA)

2. On the Channel Capacity of OFDM with Carrier Frequency Offset over Generalized Flat Fading Channels

Ozgur Alaca (Texas A&M University, USA); Marwa Qaraqe (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar); Ferkan Yilmaz (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey); Mazen Omar Hasna (Qatar University, Qatar)

3. Overloaded Pilot Assignment with Pilot Decontamination for Cell-Free Systems

Noboru Osawa (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan); Fabian Göttsch (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany); Issei Kanno, Takeo Ohseki and Yoshiaki Amano (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan); Giuseppe Caire (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany); Kosuke Yamazaki (KDDI Research Inc., Japan)

4. Transmission Rate Analysis for Large Scale Uplink Networks in the Finite Block-Length Regime

Nourhan Hesham, Md. Jahangir Hossain, Anas Chaaban (University of British Columbia, Canada)


MAC01: AI in Mobile and Wireless Networks

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Haris Pervaiz (University of Essex, United Kingdom)

1. Communication-Efficient Second-Order Newton-Type Approach for Decentralized Learning

Mounssif Krouka, Anis Elgabli and Chaouki Ben Issaid (University of Oulu, Finland); Mehdi Bennis (Centre of Wireless Communications, University of Oulu, Finland)

2. Feature Engineering and Machine Learning Pipeline for Detecting Radio Protocol-based Attacks

Auwn Muhammad, Loay Abdelrazek and Ikram Ullah (Ericsson, Sweden)

3. Federated Learning Framework for Dynamic Power Management in RAN Data Plane Systems

Srihari Das Sunkada Gopinath, Vishal Murgai, Swaraj Kumar (Samsung R&D Institute, India)

4. Q-learning based Handover Algorithm for High-Speed Rail Wireless Communications

Siling Wang and Li Zhang (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)


MAC02: Resource Management 1

Room: Boisdale 2

1. Flow Granularity Multi-path Transmission Optimization Design for Satellite Networks

Man Ouyang, Jiang Liu, Ran Zhang and Bingqing Wang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Liang Liu, Ning Xin and Jincheng Tong (China Academy of Space Technology, China)

2. An Effective Deployment Scheme for Elimination of Phase Cancellation in Backscatter-based WPCN

Qiang Wang, Yuzhuo Ma, Chenglong Zhang, Tang Liu, Jilin Yang and Dié Wu (Sichuan Normal University, China)

3. Online Virtual Network Embedding for Both the Delay Sensitive and Tolerant Services in SDN-enabled Satellite-Terrestrial

Bin Liu, Tao Zhang and Limin Zhang (China)

4. Dynamic Pervasive Compute Orchestration using Information Centric Network

Yi Zhang (Intel Corporation, USA); Srikathyayani Srikanteswara (Intel, USA); Hao Feng (Intel Labs, USA); Gabriel Arrobo (Intel Corporation, USA); Marcin Spoczynski (Intel labs, USA); Nageen Himayat (Intel Corporation, USA); Dmitri Moltchanov (Tampere University, Finland); Roman Glazkov (Tampere University & YL-Verkot Oy, Finland)


MAL01: Federated Learning in Wireless Networks 1

Room: Carron 1

1. Rate-Distortion Optimization for Adaptive Gradient Quantization in Federated Learning

Guojun Chen (Southeast University & National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, China); Lu Yu (China Mobile Research Institute, China); Wenqiang Luo and Yinfei Xu (Southeast University, China); Tiecheng Song (National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, Southeast University, China)

2. Federated Learning for Reliable mmWave Systems: Vision-Aided Dynamic Blockages Prediction

Mohammad Alquraan, Anthony Centeno, Ahmed Zoha, Muhammad Ali Imran, Lina Mohjazi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

3. Towards Native Support for Federated Learning in 6G

Mohammad Bariq Khan and Xueli An (Huawei Technologies, Germany); Chenghui Peng (Huawei Technologies co., China)


MAL04: Semantic and Goal-Oriented Communications

Room: Carron 2

1. Learned Source and Channel Coding for Talking-Head Semantic Transmission 

Weijie Yue, Jincheng Dai, Sixian Wang, Zhongwei Si and Kai Niu (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

2. Lightweight Wireless Sensing Through RIS and Inverse Semantic Communications

Hongyang Du, Jiacheng Wang, Dusit Niyato and Jiawen Kang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Zehui Xiong (Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore); Junshan (Joshua) Zhang (University of California Davis, USA); Sherman Shen (University of Waterloo, Canada)

3. Text Semantic Communication Systems with Sentence-Level Semantic Fidelity

Bing Tang and Qiang Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China); Likun Huang (Wuhan Institute of Technology, China); Yiran Yin (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)

4. Understanding Before Transmission (UBT): Hashing-based Semantic Communication Model

Shiva Raj Pokhrel (Deakin University, Australia & Nepal Telecom, Nepal); Jinho Choi (Deakin University, Australia)


EMT01: Communications, Sensing and Localization – 1

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Qammer H Abbasi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. Doppler Sensing Using WiFi Round-Trip Channel State Information

Fangzhan Shi (University College London, United Kingdom); Wenda Li (University of Dundee, United Kingdom); Chong Tang, Paul Brennan and Kevin Chetty (University College London, United Kingdom)

2. WiFi sensing of Human Activity Recognition using Continuous AoA-ToF Maps

Yao Ge, Jingyan Wang, Shibo Li and Liyuan Qi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom); Shuyuan Zhu (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China); Jon Cooper, Muhammad Ali Imran and Qammer H Abbasi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

3. Multi-Target Location for Intelligent Reflecting Surface Aided Radar System

Yangying Zhao, Peng Chen and Zhenxin Cao (Southeast University, China)

4.      Robust Respiration Sensing with WiFi
Xuecheng Xie, Dongheng Zhang, Yadong Li, Jinbo Chen, Yang Hu, Qibin Sun
and Yan Chen (University of Science and Technology of China, China)


EMT03: Localization – 1

Room: Dochart 2

Chair: Aryan Kaushik (University of Sussex, United Kingdom)

1. Blind Transmitter Localization Using Deep Learning: A Scalability Study

Ivo Bizon, Ahmad Nimr and Philipp Schulz (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); Marwa Chafii (New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates); Gerhard P. Fettweis (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

2. Efficient Localization Algorithms Using a Uniform Rectangular Array with Model Imperfections

Shuaishuai Han, Mohammad Ahmad Al-Jarrah, Jr., Emad Alsusa (Manchester University, United Kingdom)

3. A geometry-based algorithm for TDoA-based localization in the presence of outliers

Cédric Hannotier, François Horlin, François Quitin (Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)

4. Broad Learning System for Indoor CSI Fingerprint Localization

Chieh Yu, Yung Ching Kuo, Jang-Ping Sheu (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)

5.      WiCo: Robust Indoor Localization via Spectrum Confidence Estimation

Tianyu Zhang, Dongheng Zhang, Shuai Yang, Qibin Sun and Yan Chen (University of Science and Technology of China, China)


Monday, 27 March 2023 - 14:00 - 15:30  

PHY02: Coding and Decoding Techniques 1

Room: Alsh 1

1. An Efficient Soft-Input Soft-Output Decoder for Polar Codes in MIMO Iterative Detection System

Anna Fominykh (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology & Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Russia); Alexey A. Frolov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia); Kangjian Qin (Huawei Technologies, Co., Ltd., China)

2. Buffers optimization for multi-core decoders

Cédric Marchand, Emmanuel Boutillon (Université de Bretagne Sud, France)

3. CRC in Coded Schemes with Bounded-Distance Decoding

Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar (University of California, USA)

4. Interleaver Design for Turbo Codes Based on Complete Knowledge of Low-Weight Codewords of RSC Codes

Kwame Ackah Bohulu, Chenggao Han (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)


PHY05: Detection

Room: Alsh 2

1. An Improved MRC-Rake Symbol Detector for OTFS Modulation Using Expectation Cancellation

Haojian Zhang, Minghui Lv, Jianing Li and Tingting Zhang (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China)

2. Integrated Sensing and Communication for Joint GPS Spoofing and Jamming Detection in Vehicular V2X Networks

Ali Krayani (University of Genova, Italy & Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom); Gabriele Barabino (University of Genova, Italy); Lucio Marcenaro (Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy); Carlo S Regazzoni (University of Genoa, Italy)

3. Wake-up radio receiver based on Spiking Neurons for detecting activation sequence

Guillaume Marthe (INSA Lyon & Inria Lyon, France); Claire Goursaud (INSA-Lyon, France); Laurent Clavier (IMT Nord Europe, Université de Lille, CNRS, UMR 8520 - IEMN, 59000 Lille, France)

4. Weighted Coherent Detection of QCSP frames

Kassem Saied (Université Bretagne Sud, France); Luis Enrique Camacho Flores (Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería-UNI & INICTEL-UNI, Peru); Emmanuel Boutillon (Université de Bretagne Sud, France)


MAC03: Security

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Vishal Gupta (BITS Pilani, India)

1. Data Balancing and CNN based Network Intrusion Detection System

Omar Mahmoud Elghalhoud and Kshirasagar Naik (University of Waterloo, Canada); Marzia Zaman (Cistel Technology Inc., Canada); Ricardo Alejandro Manzano S. (Cistech Limited, Canada)

2. SymSDN: A DRDoS Attack Prevention Approach

Vishal Gupta (BITS Pilani, India); Shail Saharan (Bits, Pilani, India); Shantanu Raje (BITS Pilani, India)

3. Defeating Eavesdroppers with Ambient Backscatter Communications

Nguyen Van Huynh (Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom); Nguyen Quang Hieu, Nam Hoai Chu, Diep N. Nguyen, Hoang Thai Dinh, Eryk Dutkiewicz (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)


MAC04: Performance Analysis & Optimisation 1

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Jie Luo (Colorado State University, United States)

1. Performance of Distributed Medium Access Control with an Enhanced Physical-Link Layer Interface

Jie Luo (Colorado State University, USA)

2. Energy-Efficient Joint Broadcast-Unicast Communications via Aerial RIS

Zina Mohamed and Sonia Aissa (INRS, University of Quebec, Canada)

3. Constrained Deployment Optimization in Integrated Access and Backhaul Networks

Charitha Madapatha (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden); Behrooz Makki (Ericsson Research, Sweden); Hao Guo and Tommy Svensson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)



Room: Carron 1

1. Group Sparsity via Implicit Regularization for MIMO Channel Estimation

Akshay Kumar (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA); Akshay Malhotra, Shahab Hamidi-Rad (InterDigital, USA)

2. Low-Overhead Beam Selection for mmWave Massive MIMO Systems by Deep Learning

Xinfang Chen and Long Zhao (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Jun Zuo (CMCC, China); Jiazhen Zhang (China Mobile Research Institute, China)

3. GNN-Enhanced Approximate Message Passing for Massive/Ultra-Massive MIMO Detection

Hengtao He (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong); Alva Kosasih (The University of Sydney, Australia); Xianghao Yu (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Jun Zhang and Shenghui Song (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong); Wibowo Hardjawana (The University of Sydney, Australia); Khaled B. Letaief (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)


MAL05: Performance Analysis of ML Techniques for Wireless

Room: Carron 2

1. Cell- and Area-Based ML Models: Unlocking High Precision Models for Radio Access Networks

Philipp Geuer and Alexandros Palaios (Ericsson Research, Germany); Roman Zhohov (Ericsson Research, Sweden)

2. Detecting Linear Block Codes via Deep Learning

Arti Yardi (International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Hyderabad, India); Vamshi Kancharala, Amrita Mishra (International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India)

3. Efficient Beam Search for Initial Access Using Collaborative Filtering

George Yammine (Fraunhofer IIS, Germany); Georgios Kontes (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany); Norbert Franke (Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Germany); Axel Plinge and Christopher Mutschler (Fraunhofer IIS, Germany)

4. Machine Learning Based Digital Pre-Distortion in Massive MIMO Systems: Complexity-Performance Trade-offs

Ashkan Sheikhi and Ove Edfors (Lund University, Sweden)


EMT02: Communications, Sensing and Localization 2

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Muhammad Ali Jamshed (University of Glasgow, United Kingdon)

1. Joint Optimization of UAV Deployment and Directional Antenna Orientation for Multi-UAV Cooperative Sensing

Lingyun Zhou (Tongji University, China); Wenqiang Pu (Shenzhen Research Institute of Big Data & The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China); Ming-yi You (Science and Technology on Communication Information Security Control Laboratory, China); Rongqing Zhang and Qingjiang Shi (Tongji University, China)

2. Active Sensing Schemes for Beam-Space MIMO Radar in ISAC Applications

Saeid Khalili Dehkordi (TU Berlin, Germany); Giuseppe Caire (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

3. Joint Transmit Power and Trajectory Design for UAV-Enabled Covert Communication

Peng Wu (Wuhan University, China); Xiaopeng Yuan and Yulin Hu (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Hu Chen (Wuhan Second Ship Design and Reserach Institute, China); Anke Schmeink (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

4. Particulate Matter Detection in Mines Using 3D Light Detection and Ranging Technology

Zachary Osterwisch and Alexander Mauntel, Nathanael Nisbett, Dibbya Dibbya and Ahmad Alsharoa (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA)


EMT04: Localization – 2

Room: Dochart 2

Chair: Lina Mohjazi (Glasgow University, United Kingdom)

1. A Novel 3D Non-stationary Localization-assisted ISAC Channel Model

Runruo Yang, Wu Yang and Jie Huang (Southeast University, China); Cheng-Xiang Wang (Southeast University, China & Purple Mountain Laboratories, China)

2. Joint Location Planning and Cluster Assignment of UWB Anchors for DL-TDOA Indoor Localization

Sagnik Bhattacharya (Samsung Research, Seoul, South Korea); Junyoung Choi and Jonghoe Koo (Samsung Electronics, Korea (South))

3. Clock and Orientation-Robust Simultaneous Radio Localization and Mapping at Millimeter Wave Bands

Felipe Gómez-Cuba and Gonzalo Feijoo-Rodríguez (University of Vigo, Spain); Nuria González-Prelcic (North Carolina State University, USA)

4. Performance evaluation of measurement based GPS denied 3D drone localization and tracking

Mehari Meles, Akash Rajasekaran, Lauri Mela, Reza Ghazalian, Kalle Ruttik and Riku Jäntti (Aalto University, Finland)

5. Link2speed: VANET speed assessment via link-state analysis

Alon Freund, Rami Puzis, Michael Segal (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)

Monday, 27 March 2023 - 16:00 - 17:30      

PHY03: Coding and Decoding Techniques 2

Room: Alsh 1

1. LSTM-based Path Selection for Successive Cancellation List Decoding for Short Polar Codes

Yuzhou Shang, Zhaoyang Zhang and Zhaohui Yang (Zhejiang University, China)

2. Successive-Cancellation Flip Decoding of Polar Codes with a Simplified Restart Mechanism

Ilshat Sagitov, Charles Pillet (Ecole de Technologies Supérieure, Canada); Alexios Balatsoukas-Stimming (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands); Pascal Giard (Ecole de Technologie Supérieure, Canada)

3. The Best, the Requested and the Default Elementary Check Node for EMS NB-LDPC Decoder

Joseph Jabour (Université de Bretagne sud, France & Lebanese International University, Lebanon); Cédric Marchand, Emmanuel Boutillon (Université de Bretagne Sud, France)


PHY06: Recent Advances in Physical Layer and Communication Theory 1

Room: Alsh 2

1. Compressed Sensing for Feedback Generation in OFDM Based LiFi Systems

Javad Gholipour (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany); Lennert Bober (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany); Malte Hinrichs and Volker Jungnickel (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute & Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

2. Sparse Superimposed Pilot Based Channel Estimation in OTFS Systems

Fathima Jesbin, Sandesh Rao Mattu, A. Chockalingam (Indian Institute of Science, India)

3. Reinforcement Learning-based Joint Handover and Beam Tracking in Millimeter-wave Networks

Sara Khosravi (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Hossein Shokri Ghadikolaei (Ericsson Research, Sweden); Jens Zander, Marina Petrova (KTH Royal Institute of Technolgy, Sweden)

4. Implementation of chaotic frequency modulation based spread spectrum communication system in software-defined radio

Arturs Aboltins, Filips Capligins and Nikolajs Hasjuks (Riga Technical University, Latvia); Andreas Ahrens (Hochschule Wismar, Germany)


MAC05: Edge Computing, Edge Intelligence and Fog Networks
Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Hina Tabassum (York University, Canada)

1. Task-Oriented Over-the-Air Computation for Multi-Device Edge Split Inference

Dingzhu Wen (ShanghaiTech University, China); Xiang Jiao and Peixi Liu (Peking University, China); Guangxu Zhu (Shenzhen Research Institute of Big Data, China); Yuanming Shi (ShanghaiTech University, China); Kaibin Huang (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

2. Online Task Offloading with Edge Service Providers Selection for Mobile Edge Computing

Jianwen Shang, Yongjian Yang and Wenbin Liu (Jilin University, China)


MAC06: Multiple Access

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Gilles Callebaut (KU Leuven, Belgium)

1. Improved Finite-Length Bound of Gaussian Unsourced Multiple Access

Wen Xuan Lang, Yuan Li (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences & Academy of Mathematics and Systems Sciences, CAS, China); Huazi Zhang (Huawei Technologies, Co. Ltd., China); Jun Wang (Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, China); Guiying Yan and Zhiming Ma (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

2. Online Control of Two-Step Random Access: A Step Towards uMTC

Shilun Song (Hanyang University, Korea (South)); Jun-Bae Seo (Gyeongsang National University, Korea (South)); Hu Jin (Hanyang University, Korea (South))

3. GADaM on the road - Smart Approach to Multi-Access Networks: Analytical and Practical Evaluation in Various Urban Mobile

Tran-Tuan Chu (Université Paris-Est Créteil & LISSI, TincNet, France); Mohamed-Aymen Labiod, Brice Augustin, Abdelhamid Mellouk (UPEC, University Paris-Est Creteil Val de Marne, France)

4. Uplink Secrecy Analysis for UAV-enabled PD-NOMA-based Underlay Spectrum Sharing Networks

Moh Khalid Hasan, Shucheng Yu and Min Song (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)



Room: Carron 1

1. A Multi-Scale Feature Selection Framework for WiFi Access Points Line-of-sight Identification

Xu Feng and Khuong An Nguyen (University of Brighton, United Kingdom); Zhiyuan Luo (Royal Hollyway, University of London, United Kingdom)

2. Long-/Short-Term Reinforcement Learning for Multi-APs Channel Allocation in IEEE 802.11ax WLANs

Sheng-Han Chung, Li-Hsiang Shen and Kai-Ten Feng (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

3. Reinforcement Learning Based Coexistence in Mixed 802.11ax and Legacy WLANs

Fabián Frommel and Germán Capdehourat (Universidad de la República & Centro Ceibal, Uruguay); Federico Larroca (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)

4.      Unsupervised Domain Adaptation for WiFi Gesture Recognition
Bin-Bin Zhang (University of Science & Technology of China, China); Dongheng Zhang, Yang Hu and Yan Chen (University of Science and Technology of China, China)


MAL06: Machine Learning in Wireless Networks 1

Room: Carron 2

1. Noise-Tolerant Radio Frequency Fingerprinting With Data Augmentation and Contrastive Learning

Zhanyi Ren, Pinyi Ren, Dongyang Xu and Tiantian Zhang (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China)

2. Pensieve 5G: Implementation of RL-based ABR Algorithm for UHD 4K/8K Content Delivery on Commercial 5G SA/NR-DC Network

Kasidis Arunruangsirilert and Bo Wei (Waseda University, Japan); Hang Song (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Jiro Katto (Waseda University, Japan)

3. LSTM-based generation of cellular network traffic

Anne Josiane Kouam (INRIA & Ecole Polytechnique (IPP), France); Aline Carneiro Viana (INRIA, France); Alain Tchana (ENSIMAG, France)

4.      Machine Learning Analysis of Multi-Radio Access Technology Selection in 5G-NSA Network

Nurudeen Oladehinbo Salau, Muhammad Zeeshan Shakir (University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom)


EMT05: Localization and Comms

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Emad Alsusa (Manchester University, United Kingdom)

1.      Passive Human Localization with the Aid of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface

Ganlin Zhang and Dongheng Zhang (University of Science and Technology of China, China); Ying He (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China); Jinbo Chen, Fang Zhou and Yan Chen (University of Science and Technology of China, China)

2. Indoor 3-D Localization over LCX-based Wireless Environment Using Particle Filter Approach

Junjie Zhu, Kenta Nagayama, Erika Kouda, Yafei Hou and Satoshi Denno (Okayama University, Japan)

3. Static Human Localization Using FMCW MIMO Radar

Hongchun Li (Fujitsu Research and Development Center Co., Ltd, China); Lili Xie and Qian Zhao (Fujitsu Research and Development Center CO., LTD., China); Tian Jun (Fujitsu, China); Takeshi Konno (Fujitsu Limited, Japan)

4. Kullback-Leibler Divergence Analysis for Integrated Radar and Communications (RadCom)

Mohammad Ahmad Al-Jarrah, Jr., Emad Alsusa (Manchester University, United Kingdom); Christos Masouros (University College London, United Kingdom)

5. 5GNR Indoor Positioning By Joint DL-TDoA and DL-AoD

Mohsen Ahadi, Florian Kaltenberger (Eurecom, France)


EMT06: Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces

Dochart 2

Chair: Keshav Singh (National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

1. Low-Latency Retro-Reflective Beam Training for RIS-Assisted Cellular Systems

Mohammed Saquib Khan and Ashok Kumar Reddy Chavva (Samsung Electronics, India)

2. A Novel 3D Non-Stationary Double-RIS-Assisted Channel Model for 6G Wireless Communication Systems

Qi Tianrun, Yingzhuo Sun and Jie Huang (Southeast University, China); Cheng-Xiang Wang (Southeast University, China & Purple Mountain Laboratories, China)

3. Design of RIS-assisted Full Duplex 6G-V2X Communications

Pala Sonia, Prajwalita Saikia, Sandeep Kumar Singh, Keshav Singh, Chih-Peng Li (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan)

4. Coverage Analysis of STAR-RIS Empowered Downlink NOMA with Imperfect SIC

Amit Kumar Pandey, Ankur Bansal (Indian Institute of Technology Jammu, India)


Tuesday, 28 March 2023 11:00 - 12:30

PHY07: Millimeter-wave Communications

Room: Alsh 1

1. Basic Performance Evaluation of Low Latency and High Capacity Relay Method in Millimeter-Wave Bands

Ryochi Kataoka (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan); Masahiro Takigawa (KDDI Research Inc., Japan); Takeo Ohseki, Taishi Watanabe and Yoshiaki Amano (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan)

2. Coverage and Rate Analysis for mmWave-Enabled Aerial and Terrestrial Heterogeneous Networks

Junruo Li (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Yuanjie Wang (The National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team Coordination Center of China, China); Qimei Cui (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Xuewei Liu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China); Xuefei Zhang and Xiaofeng Tao (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

3. Hybrid Beamforming for Outage-Minimization in Frequency Selective Millimeter-Wave Channels

Sota Uchimura (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan); Giuseppe Thadeu Freitas de Abreu (Jacobs University Bremen, Germany); Koji Ishibashi (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

4. Range distribution aware architecture dimensioning for mm-wave systems

Yigit Ertugrul (Imec, Belgium); Claude Desset (IMEC, Belgium); Sofie Pollin (KU Leuven, Belgium)

5. Resource Allocation and User Association in User-Centric Dense mmWave Cellular Networks

Hanaa Benyerbah, Elmahdi Driouch and Wessam Ajib (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada)


PHY08: MIMO and Massive MIMO

Room: Alsh 2

1. Channel Reciprocity Calibration for Hybrid Beamforming in Distributed MIMO Systems

Nariman Torkzaban (University of Maryland, USA); Mohammad Ali Khojastepour (NEC Laboratories America, USA); John S. Baras (University of Maryland, USA)

2. Flexible Hierarchical Multi-Beam Search for mmWave massive MIMO Systems

Dony Darmawan Putra (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan); Wan-Jen Huang (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan); Ahmad Sirojuddin (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan)

3. Markov Chain Monte Carlo Based MIMO Detection with Complexity Reduction

Bowen Wang and Shan Yang (China Telecom Research Institute, China); Nanxi Li (China Telecom, China); Hang Yin (China Telecom Research Institute, China); Jianchi Zhu (China Telecom, China); Xiaoming She, Jianxiu Wang and Peng Chen (China Telecom Research Institute, China)

4. Robust Nonlinear Precoding in MU-MIMO using Partial Interfering Beam Feedback

Silpa Sanal Nair (Qualcomm, India); Srikrishna Bhashyam (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)

5. PAPR Reduction Using Null Space in MIMO Channel Considering Signal Power Difference Among Transmitter Antennas

Jun Saito (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Nobuhide Nonaka (NTT DOCOMO, Inc., Japan); Kenichi Higuchi (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)


MAC07: Resource Management 2

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Haris Pervaiz (University of Essex, United Kingdom)

1. Advanced Frequency Resource Allocation for Industrial Wireless Control in 6G subnetworks

Dong Li (Nokia Shanghai Bell, China); Saeed Reza Khosravirad (Nokia - Bell Labs, USA); Tao Tao (Nokia Bell Labs, China); Paolo Baracca (Nokia, Germany)

2. Coexistence of IEEE 802.15.4g and WLAN: An Adaptive Power Control Approach

Ala Gouissem (University of Doha for Science and Technology, Qatar); Ridha Hamila (Qatar University, Qatar); Naofal Al-Dhahir (University of Texas at Dallas, USA); Adel Gastli and Lazhar Ben-Brahim (Qatar University, Qatar)

3. Joint Power Allocation and Dynamic Cluster Selection in Cell-Free Wireless Networks

Achini Maheshika Wijenayaka Jayawardane, Rajitha Senanayake and Jamie S Evans (University of Melbourne, Australia)

4. Grant-Free Random Access of IoT devices in Massive MIMO with Partial CSI

Gilles Callebaut, François Rottenberg and Liesbet Van der Perre (KU Leuven, Belgium); Erik G. Larsson (Linköping University, Sweden)


MAC08: Energy Efficient & Green Networking

Room: Boisdale 2

1. An Energy-Efficient LoRa Multi-Hop Protocol through Preamble Sampling

Guus Leenders (KU Leuven, Belgium); Geoffrey Ottoy (KU Leuven & Technology Campus Ghent, Belgium); Gilles Callebaut, Liesbet Van der Perre and Lieven De Strycker (KU Leuven, Belgium)

2. Double-Sided Auction based Data-Energy Trading Architecture in Internet of Vehicles

Honggang He and Yang Xu (Xidian University, China); Jia Liu and Hiroki Takakura (National Institute of Informatics, Japan); Zhao Li (Xidian University, China); Norio Shiratori (Chuo University, Japan)

3. Appeal-Based Distributed Trust Management Model in VANETs Concerning Untrustworthy RSUs

Yu Wang, Yu'ang Zhang, Yujie Song and Yue Cao (Wuhan University, China); Lei Zhang (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom); Xuefeng Ren (Huali iSmartWays Technology Inc., China)


MAL07: Deep Learning in Wireless Networks 1

Room: Carron 1

1. Active Sensing for Beam Management: A Deep-Learning Approach

Hongzhi Chen, Lifu Liu, Songyan Xue, Yan Sun and Jiyong Pang (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., China)

2. Modulation Classification for Non-orthogonal Multiple Access System using a Modified Residual-CNN

Ashok Parmar, Kamal Manharlal Captain (Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, India); Udit Satija (Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Patna, India); Ankit Chouhan (Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, India)

3. Digital Predistortion of RF Power Amplifiers using DeepShift

Taishi Watanabe and Takeo Ohseki (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan); Yoshiaki Amano (KDDI Corporation, Japan)

4. Time-Delay/Advance Neural Networks Based Digital Predistorters: Enabling High Efficiency and High Throughput Transmitter

Ziming He (Samsung Electronics, United Kingdom)

5. Deep Residual Neural Network Decoder for Sparse Code Multiple Access

Sara Norouzi and Benoit Champagne (McGill University, Canada)


MAL09: Reflective surfaces

Room: Carron 2

1. A Generative Adversarial Network Approach to Reflectarray Pattern Synthesis

Meng-Yuan Hsieh, You-Cheng Chen, Alan Liu, Shih-Cheng Lin and Hong-Wen Li (National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan)

2. Coverage and Capacity Optimization in STAR-RISs Assisted Networks: A Machine Learning Approach

Xinyu Gao and Wenqiang Yi (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom); Alexandros Agapitos and Hao Wang (Ireland Research Center, Ireland); Yuanwei Liu (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom)

3.      Multi-Scale Supervised Learning-Based Channel Estimation for RIS-Aided Communication Systems

Jian Xiao and Ji Wang (Central China Normal University, China); Wenwu Xie (HNIST, China); Xinhua Wang (Qingdao University, China); Chaowei Wang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications & Schoole of Electronics Engineering, China); Hongbo Xu (Central China Normal University, China)


EMT07: RIS and Comms

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Qammer H Abbasi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. Investigating the Data Rate of Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces with Mutual Coupling and EMI

Saber Hassouna, Muhammad Ali Jamshed, Masood Ur-Rehman, Muhammad Ali Imran and Qammer H Abbasi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

2. Range Estimation of an Ultraviolet Communication Source using a Mobile Sensor

Terrence J. Moore, Fikadu Dagefu (US Army Research Laboratory, USA); Cihan H Arslan (Oak Ridge Associated Universities, USA); Michael J. Weisman (United States Army Research Laboratory, USA); Robert J. Drost (Army Research Laboratory, USA)

3. Indoor Performance Evaluation of LoRa 2.4GHz

Carlos Fernandez Hernandez (Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile); Gwendoline Hochet Derevianckine (INSA Lyon & Semtech, France); Alexandre Guitton (Université Clermont Auvergne, France); Oana Iova (INSA Lyon & Inria, France); Fabrice Valois (Univ Lyon, INSA Lyon, Inria, CITI, France)

4. Joint DOA and Doppler frequency estimation for MIMO Radars in the Presence of Array Model Imperfections

Shuaishuai Han and Mohammad Ahmad Al-Jarrah, Jr. (University of Manchester, United Kingdom); Emad Alsusa (Manchester University, United Kingdom)


EMT08: Machine Learning

Room: Dochart 2

Chair: Aryan Kaushik (University of Sussex, United Kingdom)

1. Information-aware Machine Learning Framework for Long-lasting IoT Sensor

Kang Eun Jeon (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology & SungKyunKwan University, Korea (South)); James She (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong); Bo Wang (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar)

2. SCFL: An Efficient Cross-cluster Federated Learning Framework Based on State Channels

Zhipeng Gao, Li jia Zhang, Yijing Lin, Yue Song and Yang Yang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

3. CCFL: Communication-Efficient Cross-Cluster Blockchain-Based Federated Learning

Zhipeng Gao, Yue Song, Yijing Lin, Li jia Zhang and Yang Yang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

4. IoT and Machine Learning Enabled Estimation of Health Indicators from Ambient Data

Cezar Anicai and Muhammad Zeeshan Shakir (University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom)

Tuesday, 28 March 2023 - 14:00 - 15:30    

PHY10: Non-Orthogonal Multiple-Access

Room: Alsh 1

1. Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access via Non-binary Factor Graphs 

Xinyi Sui, Zhongwei Si and Jincheng Dai (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Yifei Yuan and Sen Wang (China Mobile Research Institute, China)

2. Performance Analysis of Backscatter-based Coordinated Direct and Relay Transmission with NOMA

Shubham Bisen and Vimal Bhatia (Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India)

3. Reduced Complexity Resource Allocation For Frequency Domain Non-orthogonal Multiple Access

Satoshi Denno, Taichi Yamagami and Yafei Hou (Okayama University, Japan)

4. Secure NOMA-Based Indoor VLC Networks with Body Blockage Model

Tianji Shen, Vamoua Yachongka and Hideki Ochiai (Yokohama National University, Japan)


PHY09: Recent Advances in Physical Layer and Communication Theory 2

Room: Alsh 2

1. An Experimental Study on Automatic Gain Control in HAPS Wireless Repeater System

Takuya Hasegawa and Mitsukuni Konishi  Yoshichika Ohta (Softbank Corp., Japan); Atsushi Nagate (Softbank Mobile Corp., Japan)

2. Deep Radio Frequency Fingerprinting Based on Wavelet Scattering Network

Jing Ma, Pinyi Ren and Tiantian Zhang (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China); Zhanyi Ren (Shaanxi, Xi'an, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China); Dongyang Xu (Xi'an Jiaotong University, China)

3. A novel approach to mobile outdoor QoS map generation

Bernard Tamba Sandouno (Inria, Université Côte d'Azur & Sogudo, France); Yamen Alsaba (Sogudo, France); Chadi Barakat, Walid Dabbous and Thierry Turletti (Inria, Université Côte d'Azur, France)

4. Experimental Comparison of Modulation Techniques for LED-based Underwater Optical Wireless Communications

Minqing Yu, Callum T Geldard and Wasiu O. Popoola (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)


MAC09: Performance Analysis & Optimisation 2

Room: Boisdale 1

1. Throughput Maximization for Multi-hop T2T Backscatter Communications in Cooperative IoT

Amus Chee Yuen Goay, Deepak Mishra, Aruna Seneviratne (University of New South Wales, Australia)

2. URLLC Achieved Data Rate through Exploiting Multi-Connectivity in Industrial Private 5G Networks with Multi-WAT RANs

Lorena Chinchilla-Romero, Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Pablo Muñoz, Pablo Ameigeiras and Juan M. Lopez-Soler (University of Granada, Spain)

3. Reliability and Latency Analysis of Sliding Network Coding With Re-Transmission

Fangzhou Wu (Huawei Technologies, China); Zhiyuan Tan (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shanghai, China); Huiying Zhu (Huawei, China); Pengpeng Dong (Huawei Technologies, China)


MAC10: mmWave/IRS-mmWave communications

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Haris Pervaiz (University of Essex, United Kingdom)

1. Interference-Aware User Association and Beam Pair Link Allocation in mm-Wave Cellular Networks

Aleksandar Ichkov (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Petri Mähönen (RWTH Aachen University, Germany & Aalto University, Finland); Ljiljana Simić (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

2. Measurement-based Modulation Classification in Unlicensed Millimeter-Wave Bands

Gizem Sümen (Istanbul Technical University & Informatics and Information Security Research Center (BILGEM), Turkey); Ali Gorcin (Yildiz Technical University, Turkey); Khalid A. Qaraqe (Texas A&M University at Qatar, USA)

3. Simultaneous Transmitting and Reflecting (STAR)-RIS for Harmonious Millimeter Wave Spectrum Sharing

Omar Hashash and Walid Saad (Virginia Tech, USA); Mohammadreza F. Imani (Arizona State University, USA); David Smith (Duke University, USA)

4. Initial Access Optimization for RIS-assisted Millimeter Wave Wireless Networks

Charbel Bou Chaaya (Telecom SudParis, France); Mohamad Assaad (CentraleSupelec, France); Tijani Chahed (Telecom SudParis, France)


MAL08: Deep Learning in Wireless Networks 2

Room: Carron 1

1. Graph Isomorphism Networks for Wireless Link Layer Anomaly Classification

Blaz Bertalanic and Carolina Fortuna (Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia)

2. Meta-Learning for Wireless Interference Identification

Ali Owfi and Fatemeh Afghah (Clemson University, USA); Jonathan Ashdown (United States Air Force, USA)

3. Multi-Environment based Meta-Learning with CSI Fingerprints for Radio Based Positioning

Anastasios Foliadis (Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH & Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany); Mario H. Castañeda and Richard A. Stirling-Gallacher (Munich Research Center, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, Germany); Reiner S. Thomä (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

4. PESTnet - Pre-IFFT PAPR Estimation using Neural Networks for Improved OFDM Systems

Pavan Kumar Mangipudi, Maneesh Merugu and Janise McNair (University of Florida, USA); John Terry (Espre Technologies, Inc., USA & Terry Consultants, Inc, USA); David Veney (Renaissance Associates, Inc., USA)

5. Self-supervised Multi-Modal Video Forgery Attack Detection

Chenhui Zhao (University of Michigan, USA); Xiang Li (Carnegia Mellon University, USA); Rabih Younes (Duke University, USA)


MAL10: Network Optimisation

Room: Carron 2

1. Flex-Net: A Graph Neural Network Approach to Resource Management in Flexible Duplex Networks

Tharaka Perera, Saman Atapattu and Yuting Fang (University of Melbourne, Australia); Prathapasinghe Dharmawansa (University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka); Jamie S Evans (University of Melbourne, Australia)

2. Alternating Projections Method for Joint Precoding and Peak-to-Average-Power Ratio Reduction

Sueda Taner and Christoph Studer (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

3. A Cross-layer Framework for LPWAN Management based on Fuzzy Cognitive Maps with Adaptive Glowworm Swarm Optimization

Hancong Wang, Yin Wu and Yanyi Liu (Nanjing Forestry University, China); Liu Wenbo (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China)

4. Power Control for 6G Industrial Wireless Subnetworks: A Graph Neural Network Approach

Daniel Ohizimede Abode, Ramoni O. Adeogun and Gilberto Berardinelli (Aalborg University, Denmark)


EMT09: Machine Learning and Comms

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Muhammad Ali Jamshed (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. Dynamic Resource Allocation for Metaverse Applications with Deep Reinforcement Learning

Nam Hoai Chu, Diep N. Nguyen, Hoang Thai Dinh (University of Technology Sydney, Australia); Khoa Tran Phan (La Trobe University, Australia); Eryk Dutkiewicz (University of Technology Sydney, Australia); Dusit Niyato (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Tao Shu (Auburn University, USA)

2. Taking Standardized C-ITS Communication to the next LEVEL - Lightweight and Extensible Vehicle-to-Everything Library

Klaus Weinbauer and Tobias Renzler (Graz University of Technology, Austria); Michael Stolz (Institute of Automation and Control Technical University Graz & Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria); Daniel Watzenig (Graz University of Technology & Virtual Vehicle Research, Austria)

3. Channel Model and Capacity for Differential Display-Camera Communication

Jörn Jochims, Jianshuang Xu, Johannes Klein and Ruediger Kays (TU Dortmund University, Germany)

4. Hardware-in-the-Loop Framework for Testing Wireless V2X Communication

Anja Dakić, Benjamin Rainer, Markus Hofer, Stefan Zelenbaba (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria); Stefan Teschl (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Guo Nan (Institute of Computing Technology, Austria); Peter Priller (AVL List GmbH, Austria); Xiaochun Ye (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China); Thomas Zemen (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria)

5. Beyond KNN: Deep Neighborhood Learning for WiFi-based Indoor Positioning Systems

Yinhuan Dong, Francisco Zampella and Firas Alsehly (Huawei Technologies Research and Development (UK) Ltd)



Room: Dochart 2

1. Measurement-based Command and Control Radio Channel Characterization for UAVs

Laura Bernadó (Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria); David Löschenbrand (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria); Christoph Sulzbachner (AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria); Felix Bruckmüller and Thomas Zemen (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria)

2. UAV-Assisted Wireless Networks for Stringent Applications: Resource Allocation and Positioning

Meriem Hammami, Cirine Chaieb, Wessam Ajib, Halima Elbiaze (University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada); Roch Glitho (Concordia University, Canada)


Tuesday, 28 March 2023 16:00 - 17:30  

EMT11: UAVs and Comms

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Muhammad Ali Jamshed (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. LLHR: Low Latency and High Reliability CNN Distributed Inference for Resource-Constrained UAV Swarms

Marwan Dhuheir and Aiman Erbad (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar); Sinan Sabeeh (Texas A&M University & Qatar Energy and Environment Research Institute, Qatar)

2. Performance Analysis of a UAV-based Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) using NB-IoT

Praveen Kumar N, Sivarama Krishna M and Naveen Mysore Balasubramanya (Indian Institute of Technology Dharwad, India)

3. On the Outage Performance of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface-Assisted UAV Communications

Mohammad Abualhayja'a, Anthony Centeno, Lina Mohjazi, Qammer H Abbasi and Muhammad Ali Imran (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

4. On UAV Serving Nodes Trajectory Planning for Fast Localization in Forest Environment: A Multi-Agent DRL Approach

Xinwei Wang, Li Wang, Zhenyu Liu, Lianming Xu and Aiguo Fei (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)


EMT12: WiFi and LiFi

Room: Dochart 2

Chair: Wasiu O. Popoola (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

1. An End-to-End Experimental Software-Defined LiFi and Wi-Fi Networks Integration Platform

Hamada Alshaer and Harald Haas (The University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)

2. Analysis of Over-the-Air Time Synchronization for Industrial LiFi Networks

Ahmet Burak Ozyurt, Wasiu O. Popoola (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

3. Energy and Spectral Efficiency of Multi-Tier LiFi Networks

Ahmet Burak Ozyurt (The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Rui Bian (PureLiFi Ltd., United Kingdom); Harald Haas (The University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom); Wasiu O. Popoola (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

4. Precoding for a Class of Peak-Constrained Dirty Paper Channels with a Discrete State

Zhenyu Zhang and Anas Chaaban (University of British Columbia, Canada)


MAC11: Cooperative Communication & Networking

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Ali Gorcin (Yildiz Technical University, Turkey)

1. FRAVaR: A Fast Failure Recovery Framework for Inter-DC Network

Haoqiang Huang, Yuchao Zhang and Ran Wang (BUPT, China); Qiao Xiang (Xiamen University, USA); Wendong Wang (BUPT, China); Xirong Que (Institute of Networking Technology, China); Ke Xu (Tsinghua University, China)

2. Spectrum Sharing Dynamic Protection Area Neighborhoods for Radio Astronomy

Nicholas Papadopoulos and Mark Lofquist (University of Colorado Boulder, USA); Andrew Clegg (Google, USA); Kevin Gifford (University of Colorado, USA)

3. Transceiver Design and Mode Selection for URLLC in a Cell Free Massive MIMO Network-Assisted Full-Duplex System

Xinjiang Xia and Wenfei Sun (Southeast University, China); Yang Liu (China Telecom Research Institution, China); Dongming Wang (Southeast University & National Mobile Communications Research Lab., China); Junhui Zhao (Beijing Jiaotong University, China); Zhi Zhang (BUPT, China); Xiaohu You (Southeast University, China)

4. Graph Convolutional Network Augmented Deep Reinforcement Learning for Dependent Task Offloading in Mobile Edge Computing

Chu-To Mo, Jia-Hong Chen and Wanjiun Liao (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

5. Precision-Mixed and Weight-Average Ensemble: Online Knowledge Distillation for Quantization Convolutional Neural Network

Zijia Mo, Zhipeng Gao, Chen Zhao and Xinlei Yu (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Kaile Xiao (Beijing Union University, China)


MAL11: IoT

Room: Carron 2

1. Towards Mobility Management with Multi-Objective Bayesian Optimization

Eloise de Carvalho Rodrigues (Nokia Bell Labs, France & Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain); Alvaro Valcarce (Nokia Bell Labs, France); Giovanni Geraci (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)

2. Energy Efficient Message Scheduling with Redundancy Control for Massive IoT Monitoring

Gwen Maudet, Patrick Maillé, Laurent Toutain and Mireille Batton-Hubert (IMT Atlantique, France)


PHY11: Performance Evaluation and Optimization

Room: Alsh 2

1. Analysis of scheduling schemes in wireless powered backscatter communication networks with spatial randomness

Maria Dimitropoulou (University of Cyprus, Cyprus); M. Majid Butt (Nokia Bell Labs, USA); Constantinos Psomas (University of Cyprus, Cyprus); Ahlem Khlass (Nokia Bell Labs, France); Ioannis Krikidis (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)

2. Optimizing the Age of Information with Segmentation and Predictive Scheduling

Jin Zhang, Peng Zou and Suresh Subramaniam (George Washington University, USA)

3. Performance of SWIPT enabled Full Duplex IoT Network with Hardware Impairments and Imperfect SIC

Deepak Kumar (Indian Institute of Technology, Indore, India); Praveen Kumar Singya (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia); Vimal Bhatia (Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India)


Wednesday, 29 March 2023 - 11:00 - 12:30        

PHY12: Physical Layer Security

Room: Alsh 1

1. Secrecy Analysis of a Dual-Hop Wireless Network with Independent Eavesdroppers and Outdated CSI

Elmehdi Illi and Marwa Qaraqe (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar); Faissal El Bouanani (ENSIAS, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco); Saif Al-Kuwari (Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar)

2. Secrecy Wireless Information and Power Transfer in Ultra-Dense Cloud-RAN with Wireless Fronthaul

Ji Wang and Xinxin Ma (Central China Normal University, China); Le Zheng (Columbia University, New York, USA); Kai Yang (Tongji University, China); Zhao Chen (Tsinghua University, China); Qiaoqiao Xia (Central China Normal University, China)

3. Statistical verification of upper and lower bounds for the security performance of wiretap channels

Johannes Voichtleitner, Moritz Wiese, Anna Frank, Holger Boche (Technical University Munich, Germany)

4. Optimality of Proper Gaussian Signaling for SIMO Wiretap Channels

Yong Dong, Yinfei Xu and Xia Yili (Southeast University, China); Tong Zhang (Jinan University, China)

5. Physical Layer Protection Against Relay/Replay Attacks for Short-Range Systems

Chrysanthi Paschou (University of Bristol & Toshiba Research Europe, United Kingdom); Oliver Johnson (University of Bristol, United Kingdom); Ziming Zhu (Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, United Kingdom); Angela Doufexi (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)


MAC12: Scheduling

Room: Alsh 2

Chair: Jean-Christophe Sibel (Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe, France)

1. An application-oriented scheduler

Jean-Christophe Sibel (Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe & Wireless Communication Systems, France); Nicolas Gresset (Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe, France & MERCE France, France); Vincent Corlay (Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe, France)

2. Application-level performance of cross-layer scheduling for social VR in 5G

Zheng Du (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands); Hans van den Berg, Toni Dimitrovski and Remco Litjens (TNO, The Netherlands)

3. Hierarchical Collaboration Dynamic Resource Scheduling for Edge-Enabled Industrial IoT

Zihui Luo, Qifeng Meng, Bo Wang, Xiaolong Zheng, Liang Liu and Huadong Ma (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

4. Traffic Characterization for Efficient TWT Scheduling in 802.11ax IoT Networks

Jaykumar Sheth, Vikram Ramanna and Behnam Dezfouli (Santa Clara University, USA)


EMT13: Next Generation Multiple Access and Comms

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Muhammad Ali Jamshed (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. Large-Scale Dynamic Spectrum Access with IEEE 1900.5.2 Spectrum Consumption Models

Prasad Netalkar (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Azhaan Zahabee (Columbia University, USA); Carlos E. Caicedo Bastidas (Syracuse University, USA); Igor Kadota (Columbia University, USA); Dragoslav Stojadinovic (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Gil Zussman (Columbia University, USA); Ivan Seskar and Dipankar Raychaudhuri (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA)

2. Orthogonal and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for Intelligent Reflection Surface in 6G Systems

Wei Jiang (German Research Center for Artifitial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH), Germany); Hans D. Schotten (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)

3. Joint Optimization of Base Station Sleeping, Functional Split, and Routing Selection in Virtualized Radio Access Network

Yunqi Xu, Hang Li, Zhenghe Zhu, Yawen Chen, Luhan Wang, Zhaoming Lu and Xiang Ming Wen (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

4. Performance of 802.11be Wi-Fi 7 with Multi-Link Operation on AR Applications

Molham Alsakati (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Charlie Pettersson (Ericsson Research, Sweden); Sebastian Max (Ericsson Research, Germany); Vishnu Narayanan Moothedath and James Gross (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)


EMT14: Channel Modeling and Comms

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Hanaa Abumarshoud (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. 5G Reduced Capability Devices: Analysis of Blocking Probability for Control Channels

Saeedeh Moloudi (Ericsson AB, Sweden); Mohammad Mozaffari (Ericsson Research, Santa Clara, CA, USA., USA); Kittipong Kittichokechai (Ericsson Research, Sweden); Andreas Höglund and Sandeep Narayanan Kadan Veedu (Ericsson, Sweden); Y.-P. Eric Wang (Ericsson Research, USA); Johan Bergman (Ericsson, Sweden)

2. 5G Wireless Channel Characterization in Indoor Factory Environments: Simulation and Validation

Aswathi Vijayan (University College Cork, Ireland); Michael Kuhn (University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany); Jobish John, Noor-A-Rahim Md. and Dirk Pesch (University College Cork, Ireland); Billy O Connor, Kevin Crean and Eddie Armstrong (Johnson and Johnson, Ireland)

3. Empirical study on 5G NR Adjacent Channel Coexistence

Jordi Biosca Caro, Junaid Ansari and Ahmed Raza Sayyed (Ericsson Research, Germany); Peter de Bruin (Ericsson AB, Sweden); Joachim Sachs (Ericsson Research & Ericsson AB, Sweden); Niels König (Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, Germany); Robert Schmitt (Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL, Germany)

4. A Coexistence Study of Low-Power Wide-Area Networks based on LoRaWAN and Sigfox

Domenico Garlisi (UNIPA University of Palermo & CNIT Italian National Consortium for Telecommunications, Italy); Antonino Pagano, Fabrizio Giuliano, Daniele Croce and Ilenia Tinnirello (University of Palermo, Italy)


MAL12: Machine Learning in Wireless Networks 2

Room: Carron 1

1. A Bargaining Game for Personalized, Energy Efficient Split Learning over Wireless Networks

Minsu Kim, Alexander DeRieux and Walid Saad (Virginia Tech, USA)

2. Deep Reinforcement Learning-based Quantization for Federated Learning

Sihui Zheng and Yuhan Dong (Tsinghua University, China); Xiang Chen (Sun Yat-sen University, China)

3. Deep Autoencoder-based Z-Interference Channels

Xinliang Zhang and Mojtaba Vaezi (Villanova University, USA)

4. Concatenated Classic and Neural (CCN) Codes: ConcatenatedAE

Onur Günlü (Linköping University, Sweden); Rick Fritschek and Rafael F. Schaefer (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

5. Collaborative Edge Caching with Multiple Virtual Reality Service Providers Using Coalition Games

Chun-Che Lin, Yao Chiang and Hung-Yu Wei (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)


MAL15: Vehicular Applications

Room: Carron 2

1. Deep Reinforcement Learning Based Resource Allocation with Heterogeneous QoS for Cellular V2X

Jin Tian, Shi Yan and Xiaolu Tong (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Shanzhi Chen (China Academy of Telecommunication Technology & Datang Telecom Technology & Industry Group, China); Rui Zhao (China Academy of Telecommunication Technology, China)

2. A Distributed Double Deep Q-Learning Method for Object Redundancy Mitigation in vehicular Networks

Imed Ghnaya (University of Bordeaux/Bordeaux INP, France); Hasnaa Aniss (University Gustave Eiffel, France); Toufik Ahmed and Mohamed Mosbah (CNRS-LaBRI UMR 5800, University Bordeaux, Bordeaux-INP, France)

3. Autonomous Radio Resource Provisioning in Multi-WAT Private 5G RANs based on DRL

Lorena Chinchilla-Romero, Jonathan Prados-Garzon, Pablo Muñoz, Pablo Ameigeiras and Juan J. Ramos-Muñoz (University of Granada, Spain)


EMT15: Satellite Communications

Room: Dochart 1

Chair: Peng Hu (National Research Council of Canada, Canada)

1. A GCN-GRU Based End-to-End LEO Satellite Network Dynamic Topology Prediction Method

Yan Chen, Huan Cao, Yiqing Zhou, Zifan Liu, Daojin Chen, Jiawei Zhao, Jinglin Shi (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

2. System-Level Evaluation of Beam Hopping in NR-Based LEO Satellite Communication System

Jingwei Zhang, Dali Qin, Chuili Kong, Feiran Zhao, Rong Li, Jun Wang (Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, China); Ye Wang (Peng Cheng Laboratory, China)

3. A Cross-Layer Descent Approach for Resilient Network Operations of Proliferated LEO Satellites

Peng Hu (National Research Council of Canada, Canada)

4. Joint Hybrid Beamforming and User Scheduling for Multi-Satellite Cooperative Networks

Xuan Zhang, Shu Sun and Meixia Tao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China); Qin Huang (Beihang University, China); Xiaohu Tang (Southwest Jiaotong University, China)

Wednesday, 29 March 2023 14:00 - 15:30    

PHY13: Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces 1

Room: Alsh 1

1. A Three-Stage Channel Estimation Approach for RIS-Aided Millimeter-wave MIMO Systems

Mahmoud Naamani (Conservatoire National Des Arts Et Métier, France); Didier Le Ruyet and Hmaied Shaiek (CNAM, France)

2. Active IRS Design for RSMA-based Downlink URLLC Transmission

Mostafa Darabi (University of British Columbia, Canada); Walid Ghanem (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Vahid Jamali (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany); Lutz Lampe (University of British Columbia, Canada); Robert Schober (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

3. Capacity Analysis and Rate Maximization Design in RIS-Aided Uplink Multi-User MIMO

Wei Jiang (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH), Germany); Hans D. Schotten (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany)

4. Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces-Aided Mixed FSO/RF Communication System

Smriti Uniyal and Narendra Vishwakarma, Sandesh Sharma, Swaminathan Ramabadran (Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India)

5. On the Ergodic Secrecy Capacity of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surface Aided Wireless Systems Under Mixture Gamma Fading

Alexandros-Apostolos A Boulogeorgos (University of Western Macedonia, Greece & University of Piraeus, Greece); Angeliki Alexiou (University of Piraeus, Greece)


EMT16: Comms and Networking 1

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Adrish Banerjee (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India)

1. Laser Inter-Satellite Link Setup Delay: Quantification, Impact, and Tolerable Value

Dhiraj Bhattacharjee, Aizaz U Chaudhry and Halim Yanikomeroglu (Carleton University, Canada); Peng Hu (National Research Council of Canada, Canada); Guillaume Lamontagne (Satellite Systems MDA, Canada)

2. On Effect of Adversaries in a Cooperative MCvD Network and Filtering Mechanism

Tamoghno Nath (IIT Kanpur, India); Adrish Banerjee (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India)

3. Experimental Characterization of Connectivity for ProSe Direct Discovery in Emergency Scenarios for 6G

Ali Masood, Muhammad Mahtab Alam, Yannick Le Moullec (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)

4. Evolutionary Game-Based Vertical Handover Strategy for Space-Air-Ground Integrated Network

Yiting Zhou, Rui Meng, Huachao Xiong and Shujun Han (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Xiaodong Xu (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications & Wireless Technology Innovation Institute, China)

5. Toward Wireless Fronthaul for Cloud RAN Architectures

Ryan Husbands (British Telecoms, United Kingdom); Dave Townend (BT, United Kingdom & University of Essex, United Kingdom); Stuart D Walker (University of Essex, United Kingdom); Adrian Sharples (BT Labs, United Kingdom)


EMT17: Comms and Networking 2

Room: Boisdale 2

Chair: Hanaa Abumarshoud (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. Outdoor Power Measurements of Wi-Fi Traffic on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus

Stefan Tschimben, Georgiana Weihe and Arvind Aradhya (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

2. Performance and Coexistence Evaluation of IEEE 802.11be Multi-link Operation

Marc Carrascosa (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain); Lorenzo Galati Giordano (Nokia Bell Labs, Germany); Anders Jonsson (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain); Giovanni Geraci and Boris Bellalta (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)

3. Evaluation of Communication System Employing Space Elevator Base-Station

Akihito Suetsuna, Kazutoshi Yoshii (Waseda University, Japan); Shigeru Shimamoto (Waseda University & Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Japan)


MAL13: Machine Learning in Wireless Networks 3

Room: Carron 1

1. Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Energy-Efficient Radio Resource Management

Alexandru-Daniel Marcu (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Romania); Saivenkata Krishna Gowtam Peesapati (Huawei Technologies Sweden AB & KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Jessica Moysen Cortes (Huawei Technologies Sweden AB, Sweden); Sahar Imtiaz and James Gross (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

2. Multi-Armed Bandit Framework for Resource Allocation in Uplink NOMA Networks

Amani Benamor (University of Limoges, France & University of Sfax, Tunisia); Oussama Habachi (LIMOS, France); Ines Kammoun (National Engineering School of Sfax & University of Sfax, Tunisia); Jean Pierre Cances (University of Limoges, France)

3. Transformer-Sequential-Based Learning for Continuous HMR with High Similarity using mmWave FMCW Radar

Yuh-Shyan Chen, Kuang-Hung Cheng and You-An Xu (National Taipei University, Taiwan)

4. DRL Approach for Spectral-Energy Trade-off in RIS-assisted Full-duplex Multi-user MIMO Systems

Sravani Kurma, Keshav Singh (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan); Prabhat Kumar Sharma (Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, India); Chih-Peng Li (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan)

5. A Deep Reinforcement Learning based Routing Scheme for LEO Satellite Networks in 6G

Yi-Huai Hsu, Jiun-Ian Lee and Feng-Ming Xu (Yuan Ze University, Taiwan)


MAL16: Edge AI

Room: Carron 2

1. New Algorithms for the Detection of Malicious Traffic in 5G-MEC

Omesh Anthony Fernando (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom); Hannan Xiao (King's College London, United Kingdom); Joseph Spring (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom)

2. Online Scheduling of CPU-NPU Co-inference for Edge AI Tasks

Xian Cheng Lin and Rongkai Liu (Research Institute of China Telecom, China); Jiajie Xie, Qian Wei, Zhi Zhou and Xu Chen (Sun Yat-sen University, China); Zhilan Huang (China Telecom, China); Gang Lu (Research Institute of China Telecom, China)

3. Deep Reinforcement Learning based Mobility-aware SFC Embedding for MEC in 5G and Beyond

Yi-Huai Hsu, Tsung-Ru Tsai, Ting-Chia Yeh and Yu-Lun Wang (Yuan Ze University, Taiwan)

4. Joint Scheduling-Offloading policies in NOMA-based Mobile Edge Computing Systems

Ibrahim Djemai (Télécom SudParis & Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France); Mireille Sarkiss (Telecom SudParis, France); Philippe Ciblat (Telecom Paris & Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France)

5. Federated Learning for Online Resource Allocation in Mobile Edge Computing: A Deep Reinforcement Learning Approach

Jingjing Zheng, Kai Li (CISTER Research Centre, Portugal); Naram Mhaisen (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands); Wei Ni (CSIRO, Australia); Eduardo Tovar (ISEP-IPP, Portugal); Mohsen Guizani (MBZUAI, United Arab Emirates)

Wednesday, 29 March 2023 16:00 - 17:30     

PHY14: Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces 2

Room: Alsh 1

1. On the Spectral Efficiency of Hybrid Relay/RIS-Assisted Massive MIMO Systems

Shih-Kai Chou, Hien Ngo and Michail Matthaiou (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom)

2. Phase Dependent Loss Analysis for RIS Systems

Ikram Singh, Peter J Smith and Pawel A. Dmochowski (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)

3. Phase Selection and Analysis for Multi-frequency Multi-user RIS Systems Employing Subsurfaces

Amy S Inwood (University of Canterbury, New Zealand); Peter J Smith (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand); Philippa A. Martin and Graeme K Woodward (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)

4. STAR-RIS-aided Full Duplex Communications with FBL Transmission

Farjam Karim, Sandeep Kumar Singh and Keshav Singh (National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan); Faheem A. Khan (University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom)

5. Wide Beamwidth and High Gain Reflection Pattern Design Method for Intelligent Reflecting Surface

Hiromi Matsuno, Takuya Ohto and Takahiro Hayashi (KDDI Research, Inc., Japan); Mitsutaka Okita, Daiichi Suzuki, Kazuki Matsunaga and Shinichiro Oka (Japan Display Inc., Japan)

EMT18: Comms and Networking 3

Room: Boisdale 1

Chair: Hanaa Abumarshoud (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

1. On Determining the Number of Preambles in Grant-Free mMTC Uplink to Reduce Collisions

Smriti Jha, Harini Grama Srinath and Naveen Mysore Balasubramanya (Indian Institute of Technology Dharwad, India)

2. Wearable Real-time Air-writing System Employing KNN and Constrained Dynamic Time Warping

Yuqi Luo, Wei Ke and Chan-Tong Lam (Macao Polytechnic University, Macao)

3. Wi-Nod: Head Nodding Recognition by Wi-Fi CSI Toward Communicative Support for Quadriplegics

Marwa Reda Mohamed Bastwesy (Kyushu University & Tanta University, Japan); Kiichiro Kai and Hyuckjin Choi (Kyushu University, Japan); Shigemi Ishida (Future University Hakodate, Japan); Yutaka Arakawa (Kyushu University, Japan)

4. eSWORD: Implementation of Wireless Jamming Attacks in a Real-World Emulated Network

Clifton P Robinson and Leonardo Bonati (Northeastern University, USA); Tara van Nieuwstadt and Teddy Reiss (The MITRE Corporation, USA); Pedram Johari and Michele Polese (Northeastern University, USA); Hieu T Nguyen and Curtis M Watson (The MITRE Corporation, USA); Tommaso Melodia (Northeastern University, USA)

5. On the Performance of an Indoor Open-Source 5G Standalone Deployment

Arash Sahbafard (Junior Scientist, Austria); Robert Schmidt (OpenAirInterface, France); Florian Kaltenberger (Eurecom, France); Andreas Springer and Hans-Peter Bernhard (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)


EMT19: Computing and Comms

Room: Boisdale 2

1. Graph based Joint Computing and Communication Scheduling for Virtual Reality Applications 

Fei Liu, Hongyan Li, Peng Wang, Keyi Shi and Yun Hu (Xidian University, China)

2. Time of Arrival Error Estimation for Positioning Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Anil Kirmaz (Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuremberg & Nokia Strategy and Technology, Germany); Taylan Sahin (Technische Universität Berlin & Nokia Strategy and Technology, Germany); Diomidis S. Michalopoulos (Nokia Bell Labs, Germany); Muhammad Ikram Ashraf (Nokia Bell Labs, Finland); Wolfgang Gerstacker (University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany)

3. Real-Time Super-Resolution: A New Mechanism for XR over 5G-Advanced

Weichao Chen, Youlong Cao, Yi Qin, Erkai Chen and Zhou Guohua (Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., China); Weichao Li (Peng Cheng Laboratory, China)


MAL14: Federated Learning in Wireless Networks 2

Room: Carron 1

1. Flexible Resource Allocation in IRS-assisted Systems using Hypernetworks

Mahmoud Saad Abouamer and Patrick Mitran (University of Waterloo, Canada)

2. Communication Efficient Heterogeneous Federated Learning based on Model Similarity

Zhaojie Li and Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio University, Japan); Guan Gui (Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

3. EAPS: Edge-Assisted Privacy-Preserving Federated Prediction Systems

Daquan Feng, Guanxin Huang, Chenyuan Feng (Shenzhen University, China); Bin Cao (BUPT, China); Zhenzhong Wang (China Media Group, China); Xianggen Xia (University of Delaware, China)


EMT20: Comms and Networking - 4

Room: Carron 2

1. Performance Evaluations of C-Band 5G NR FR1 (Sub-6 GHz) Uplink MIMO on Urban Train

Kasidis Arunruangsirilert (Waseda University, Japan); Pasapong Wongprasert (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand); Jiro Katto (Waseda University, Japan)

2. Improving Platooning Safety with Full Duplex Relaying and Beamforming

Tobias Hardes (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany & Paderborn University / Software Innovation Campus Paderborn, Germany); Florian Klingler (TU Ilmenau & Paderborn University, Germany); Christoph Sommer (TU Dresden, Germany)

3. ML-based Traffic Steering for Heterogeneous Ultra-dense beyond-5G Networks

Ilias Chatzistefanidis (University of Thessaly, Greece); Nikos Makris and Virgilios Passas (University of Thessaly & CERTH, Greece); Thanasis Korakis (University of Thessaly, Greece)

4. Massive Machine-Type Communications via Hybrid OWC/RF Networks in Finite Block-Length Regime

Tijana Devaja (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Milica Petkovic (Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Andrea Munari and Federico Clazzer (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany); Marko Beko (ULHT/UNINOVA & UNINOVA, Caparica, Portugal); Dejan Vukobratović (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)

5. 5G-Advanced Duplex Evolution for Massive MIMO and Multi-Beam Operations

Hyoungju Ji, Younsun Kim (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Korea (South)); Bin Yu (Samsung Research Institute China - Beijing (SRC-B) & University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China); Shadi Abu-Surra and Chance Tarver (Samsung Research America, USA); Kyungjun Choi and Jaeyeon Shim (Samsung Electronics, South Korea); Gary Xu (Samsung Research America, USA)