The 18th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc-Now 2019) will take place in Luxembourg on 1-3 October 2019.

Please find here below the Topics & focuses. For all the topics and tracks, authors are invited to submit full-length Research Papers, 12 pages long (single column) and Poster and demonstration short papers, 6 pages long (single column), both based on templates provided by Springer.

Three special tracks on the following topics

Internet of Things and satellite systems in the 5G era

  • Novel network architectures for satellite terrestrial networks
  • IoT protocol optimisation for satellite terrestrial networks
  • Satellite based backhaul for IoT traffic offloading
  • Routing and caching strategies for hybrid networks
  • IoT, Satellite Communication, Remote Sensing and Earth Observation

IoT for smart and precision agriculture

  • IoT for Crop, Irrigation and Agriculture management
  • End-to-end farm management systems
  • IoT for Climate Monitoring

IoT for Disasters Management

  • IoT for Disaster risk minimization and prediction
  • IoT for Emergency response
  • IoT for Disaster recovery

Other topics of interest

In addition, the organisation team seeks for research papers in any of the following areas:

  • Access Control
  • Ad Hoc Networks of Autonomous Intelligent Systems
  • Algorithmic Issues
  • Analytic Methods and Modelling for Performance Evaluation
  • Ad Hoc Network Applications and Architectures
  • Big Data Inspired Data Sensing
  • Delay-Tolerant Networking
  • Deterministic Networks
  • Disaster Management
  • Distributed Algorithms for Ad Hoc Networks
  • Edge/fog computing
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Geometric Graphs
  • Hybrid IoT-satellite networks
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Location Discovery and Management
  • Long range IoT (LoRa, Sigfox, NB-IoT)
  • Mobility Handling and Utilization
  • Mobile Ad Hoc Computing Platforms
  • Mobile Social Networking
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Processing and Networking Technologies Complexity and Computational Issues
  • Protocol Optimisation
  • Prototype systems and real-world deployment experiences
  • Quality-of-Service
  • Remote Sensing
  • Routing Protocols (Unicast, Multicast, etc.)
  • Satellite Communication
  • Secure Services and Protocols
  • Sensor Networks
  • Self-Configuration
  • Service Discovery
  • Systems and Testbeds
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Space Weather
  • Standardisation
  • Timing Synchronization
  • Vehicular Networks
  • Wireless Mesh Networks

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