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WASA is an international conference on algorithms, systems, and applications of wireless networks. It is motivated by the recent advances in cutting-edge electronic and computer technologies that have paved the way for the proliferation of ubiquitous infrastructure and infrastructureless wireless networks.

WASA is designed to be a forum for theoreticians, system and application designers, protocol developers and practitioners to discuss and express their views on the current trends, challenges, and state-of-the-art solutions related to various issues in wireless networks. Topics of interests include, but not limited to, effective and efficient state-of-the-art algorithm design and analysis, reliable and secure system development and implementations, experimental study and testbed validation, and new application exploration in wireless networks.

In addition to technical sessions and panels, the conference will feature several keynote speeches, given by leading researchers and practitioners in the areas of algorithms, systems, and applications in wireless networks.

Submitted papers should be original, unpublished work and not currently under review for any other conference or journal. Papers not following these guidelines will be rejected.

Interested Topics (but not limited to):

  • Cognitive Radio Networks, Software-defined radio, reconfigurable radio networks
  • Cyber-physical systems including intelligent transportation systems and smart healthcare systems
  • Theoretical frameworks and analysis of fundamental cross-layer protocol and network design and performance issues
  • Distributed and localized algorithm design and analysis
  • Information and Coding theory for Wireless Networks
  • Localization
  • Mobility models and mobile social networking
  • Mobile cloud computing
  • Topology control and coverage
  • Security and privacy
  • Underwater and underground Networks
  • Vehicular networks
  • Radar and Sonar Networks
  • PHY/MAC/Routing protocols
  • Information processing and data management
  • Programmable service interfaces
  • Energy-efficient algorithms, systems and protocol design
  • Operating system and middleware support
  • Pervasive and ubiquitous computing
  • Local area and personal wireless networks
  • Applications, design, and performance of wireless ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Delay/disruption tolerant networks
  • Experimental testbeds, models and case studies

      Extended versions of most papers from the conference will be published in special issues of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (SCI), Security and Communication Networks (SCI), Tsinghua Science and Technology (SCI), Security and Communication Networks, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Network, Sensors , and IEEE IoT (impact factor: 7.596)

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