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Technical Symposia

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10 December
11 December
     THURSDAY >>
12 December
At the core of Globecom 2013 are the 12 Technical Symposia, consisting of 863 presentations of peer-reviewed papers on the latest cutting-edge research. These presentations are spread across three days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Follow the above links to find a detailed list of paper titles and authors for each day.

The 863 papers are organized into 163 sessions according to their topics. Each session is 90 minutes in duration, and will consist of either lecture-style presentations (with a projector) or interactive-style presentations (with a poster).  A high-level summary of the day and time of each session is given below.


Tuesday, 10 December 2013

09:55 – 11:25 11:30 – 13:00
AHSN-1: Routing and Flow Optimization
AHSN-2: VANET Management and Applications
CISS-1: Security of Wireless Networks
CNR-1: Spectrum Sharing
CQRM-1: Data Center and Cloud Networking
CT-1: Interference Management
ONS-1: Traffic Engineering and Control for Optical
SA-GC1: Energy-Efficient Wireless Communications
SPC-1: Cognitive Radio
WC-1: Small Cells
WC-2: Physical Layer Network Coding & Amplify-
WN-1: Network Performance Optimization
WN-2: Multicast, Broadcast and Multimedia
AHSN-3: Delay Tolerant Networks
AHSN-4: Fault Tolerance
CISS-2: Application and Social Network Security
CRN-2: Economic Approach in Cognitive Radio Networks
CT-2: Synchronization and Channel Estimation
ONS-2: Elastic and Virtual Optical Networks
SA-GC2: Energy Harvesting Systems
SPC-10: Topics in Signal Processing for Communications
WC-3: OFDM and Multiple Access
WC-4: Multicell Cooperation and Interference Channels
WC-5: Channel Coding, ARQ and Power Allocation
WN-3: Power Control and Resource Management
WN-4: Delay Tolerant Networks and M2M

14:30 – 16:00 16:30 – 18:00
AHSN-5: Localization Schemes
AHSN-6: Medium Access Control I
CISS-10: Topics in Communication and Information
System Security
CQRM-11: Modeling, Measurements & Performance Evaluation
CRN-3: MIMO and Cooperative Relaying Cognitive
Radio Networks I
CRN-4: Cognitive Radio Applications & Implementation
CSSM-1: Multimedia Communications
CT-3: Physical Layer Security
ONS-3: Coding and Modulation for Optical Networks
SA-GC3: Energy-Efficient Communications
SPC-2: Channel Estimation and Equalization
WC-6: Millimeter Wave and Device-to-Device Communications
WN-5: Femtocell Networks
WN-6: Energy Efficiency
AHSN-7: Localization and Link Layer Issues
AHSN-8: Medium Access Control II
CISS-3: Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing and Storage
CRN-5: MIMO and Cooperative Relaying Cognitive Radio Networks II
CSSM-2: Communications Software
CT-4: Coding Theory
ONS-4: Energy Efficient Optical Networks
SA-GC4: Green Cellular Networks
SPC-3: Detection, Estimation and Localization
WC-8: Broadband and Higher Frequency Systems
WC-9: Spectrum Sensing and Cognitive Networks
WN-7: Routing
WN-8: Performance Analysis and Optimization



Wednesday, 11 December 2013

09:55 – 11:25 11:30 – 13:00
AHSN-9: Node Placement and Topology Control
CISS-4: PHY-Layer Security
CQRM-3: SDN and Content Centric Networking
CRN-6: Energy Management of Cognitive Radio Networks
CSSM-3: Multimedia Service
NGN-1: Forwarding Design for Next Generation Network
ONS-5: Visible Light Communications and OFDM
SA-eH1: Networks and Applications
SA-GC5: Smart Grid
SA-IoT-1: Opening the Internet of Things through IPv6 and Web Technologies
SPC-4: Transceiver Design I
WC-10: Heterogeneous Networks
WC-11: Cooperative Communications I: Performance Analysis
WN-9: Resource Allocation

AHSN-10: Coverage and Topology Control
CISS-5: Internet Security
CQRM-4: Traffic Analysis and Classification
CRN-7: Spectrum Sensing I
NGN-2: Content Centric Network Design
SA-IoT-2: Extending the Internet of Things through Social, Mobile Networks and Cloud
SA-ANS1: Optical and Hybrid Access Networks
SPC-5: Transceiver Design II
WC-12: Dense Wireless Networks, Coordination, and User Admission
WC-13: Cooperative Communications II: Coding and Signal Design
SA-eH2: Security and Reliability
WN-10: Heterogeneous Networks
SA-DS1: Data Storage
CSSM-4: Multimedia Networking
ONS-6: Topics in Optical Networking
SA-GC7: Topics in Green Communications
SA-SSC3: Topics in Satellite and Space Communications
CRN-14: Topics in Cognitive Radio Networks
14:30 – 16:00 16:30 – 18:00
AHSN-11: Topology Management
AHSN-12: Link Layer Protocols
CQRM-5: Scheduling
CRN-8: Spectrum Sensing II
CSSM-5: Multimedia Computing
CT-10: Topics in Communication Theory
NGN-3: Next Generation Network Design I
SA-ANS2: xDSL and Hybrid Access Networks
SA-DS2: Topics in Data Storage
SA-IoT-3: Enabling a Secure and Trustable Internet of Things
SA-GC6: Green Data Centers and Cloud Computing
SA-PLC1: Topics in Power Line Communications
SA-SSC1: Satellite Communications and Navigation
WC-14: Full Duplex and Advanced MIMO
WC-15: Channel Measurement and Modeling I
WN-11: Small Cell Networks
WN-12: Scheduling
WN-23: Topics in Wireless Networking
AHSN-13: Mobility Models and Handling
AHSN-14: Security and QoS
CQRM-6: Routing and Resource Allocation
CRN-9: Spectrum Sensing III
CT-5: Relay Channels
NGN-4: Next Generation Network Design II
SA-ANS3: Wireless Access and Protocols
SA-PLC2: Power Line Communications
SA-SSC2: Satellite and Space Networking
WC-16: Channel Measurement and Modeling II
WC-17: Interference Alignment and Mitigation
WN-13: LTE Networks
WN-14: Spectrum Access and Efficiency



Thursday, 12 December 2013

09:55 – 11:25 11:30 – 13:00
AHSN-15: Data Centric Protocols
CISS-6: Smart Grid Security I
CQRM-7: Network Design Modeling and Optimization I
CRN-10: Modeling and Analysis of Cognitive Radio Networks
CT-6: MIMO Systems
NGN-5: Next Generation Wireless Network Design
SA-GT1: Game Theoretical Models for Wireless Interference Management
SA-SN1: Social Networks I
SPC-6: Distributed/Cooperative Signal Processing I
WC-18: Relaying I
WC-19: Wireless Applications and QoS
WN-15: Cellular Networks I
WN-16: Handover and Mobile Networks

AHSN-16: Energy Harvesting and Optimization
AHSN-19: Topics in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks
CISS-7: Smart Grid Security II
CQRM-8: Network Design Modeling and Optimization II
CRN-11: Spectrum and Multiple Access I
CT-7: Network Coding
NGN-6: Next Generation Network Management
SA-GT2: Game Theoretical Models for Communication Networks
SA-SN2: Social Networks II
SPC-7: Distributed/Cooperative Signal Processing II
WC-20: Relaying II
WC-21: Advanced Powering and Adaptation Approaches for Future Cellular Systems
WN-17: Cellular Networks II
WN-18: Medium Access Control
14:30 – 16:00 16:30 – 18:00
AHSN-17: Energy Efficient Protocols
CISS-8: Mobile Platform Security
CQRM-9: Performance in Wireless Mobile Networks
CRN-12: Spectrum and Multiple Access II
CT-8: Cooperative Communications
NGN-7: Next Generation Protocol Design
SA-GT3: Game Theoretical Models for Emerging Services
SA-SN3: Social Networks III
SPC-8: Multi-antenna and Multi-user Systems
WC-22: LTE
WC-23: Massive MIMO
WC-27: Topics in Wireless Communications
WN-19: Cognitive Networking
WN-20: Network Coding
AHSN-18: Vehicular Networks
CISS-9: Information Security and Anonymity
CQRM-10: Optimizing Wireless Mobile Networks
CRN-13: Spectrum and Multiple Access III
CT-9: Performance Analysis
NGN-8: Cloud Computing and Virtual Network Design
WC-24: Relay Technologies: Amplify-and-Forward
WC-25: Channel and Location Estimation
WC-26: Advanced Receiver Design
WN-21: Vehicular Networks
WN-22: Wireless Sensor Networks and Cooperative Approaches


The session labels above indicate an associated symposium according to the following legend:
AHSN: Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks
CISS: Communication & Information System Security
CRN: Cognitive Wireless Networks
CQRM: Communication QoS, Reliability and Modeling
CT: Communication Theory
CSSM: Communications Software, Services and Multimedia Applications
NGN: Next-Generation Networking
ONS: Optical Networks and Systems
SA-ANS: Selected Area – Access Networks and Systems
SA-DS: Selected Area – Data Storage
SA-eH: Selected Area – E-Health

SA-GT: Game Theory for Communications
SA-GC: Selected Area – Green Communication Systems
and Networks
SA-IoT: Selected Area – Internet of Things
SA-PLC: Selected Area – Powerline Communications
SA-SSC: Selected Area – Satellite and Space Communications
SA-SN: Selected Area – Social Networks
SPC: Signal Processing for Communications
WC: Wireless Communications
WN: Wireless Networks

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