As a high-profile, leading-edge forum, for researchers and engineers in the field of networking, WMNC’2022 offers a unique opportunity to showcase advanced commercial solutions, products, research prototypes, and applications, and to exchange with a highly skilled audience and discuss emerging technologies and paradigms and recent research prototypes with key leaders in mobile and wireless networks, IoT, vehicular networks and connected vehicles technologies.
Form the presenter is expected to develop how the demonstration supports products, innovative research results or original applications, and/or the value for the community of the wireless and mobile networks. Demonstrations of previously published systems are also
We welcome demos coming from both industry and academia. Authors of contributions submitted at WMNC’2022 are also encouraged to submit a demo showcasing the concepts and more technical aspects presented in their papers. WMNC’2022, under the theme “Shaping Future networks – 5G and beyond”, will be hosted in Sousse, Tunisia, on October 17-19 2022.
Furthermore, authors of Demos accepted in previous editions are invited to submit a new demo proposal showing the progress they have done.
Submission guidelines for Demos:
Prospective contributors are expected to turn in a demo proposal in the form of a 2-page extended abstract, plus a one-page appendix detailing the demo, in IEEE conference double-column format (following the same format as the main conference). In the one-page appendix (which will not be published in the proceedings) authors should include a summary describing the demonstration, the equipment that will be used, and any special request concerning, e.g., power connections, Internet access, physical space, etc.
Demo papers will be peer-reviewed and accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings. Demo proposals will be reviewed by the WMNC’2022 Demo Chairs and will be accepted based on the availability of demo space as well as on the following criteria:
Extent and significance of the product or research contribution,
Potential impact on the audience,
Quality of the proposed implementation,
At least one author of each accepted demo proposal is required to register, physically attend the conference (at the full rate) and present the demo.
Important dates for Demos:
Submission deadline: July 10, 2022
Author notification: September 10, 2022
Camera-ready papers: September 20, 2022
Feel free to contact the WMNC’2022 demo chairs, Weverton Cordeiro (firstname.lastname@example.org), Daniel Nunes Corujo (email@example.com), if you have any questions regarding the demo content or setup.
For more details about the submission instructions, please check Paper and Demo Submission Guideline at: More Information..
On the 12th of October, at 16:00h, it will take place at the Atlas building in Aveiro, Portugal, a Workshop on Autonomous and Connected Mobility.
This workshop is organized within the scope of the European Ride2Autonomy Project, through which an autonomous bus is in operation in Aveiro this week, and the Aveiro Tech Week event (which takes place from the 10th to the 16th of October 2022).
Mobility is a crucial topic in the day-to-day discussion of the city and its citizens, and its constant evolution and adaptation are a necessity. This workshop will focus on the present and future of the municipality's projects in autonomous mobility (Ride2Autonomy, “Mobilizador Mobinov” and the new “Agenda PRR” in Autonomous Mobility Route25), and discuss the future of autonomous mobility and how its evolution represents a benefit for the citizens.
This workshop also aims to discuss the role of technology in the sustainable development of the city, focusing on the following aspects:
• Operators of the sensing, communication, and computing infrastructure.
• Companies in the sector of autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence for autonomous mobility, and communication technologies.
This workshop addresses municipalities and government entities, and companies linked to the mobility area - operators, infrastructure providers, and so on.
The workshop’s program includes the support of companies in the field of autonomous mobility, such as Navya and Capgemini.
The registration is limited to 60 participants that will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Attendance is free, but subject to previous registration by filling out the form: