Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for 5G and beyond
5G NR – The Next Generation Wireless Access
Why “one-size-fits-all” approach does not work anymore?
We are looking forward to see you
at CROWNCOM 2020!
Proceedings are now available via SpringerLink and EUDL (link below).
All registered papers will be submitted for publication by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library.
Proceedings will be submitted for inclusion in leading indexing services, including Ei Compendex, ISI Web of Science, Scopus, CrossRef, Google Scholar, DBLP, as well as EAI’s own EU Digital Library (EUDL).
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to:
All accepted authors are eligible to submit an extended version in a fast track of:
Additional publication opportunities:
– Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA)
– Licensed Shared Access (LSA)
– Licensed Assisted Access (LAA)
– Citizen Broadband Radio Service with Spectrum Access System (CBRS and SAS)
The aim of CROWNCOM 2019 is to bring together researchers from academia, industry, standards, and policy to present their new solutions of how cognitive radio systems will help deliver the required stringent requirements of future 5G and beyond 5G networks. Following the success of last edition, the main scope of this event is on new application domains for the cognitive-based solutions in the context of 5G and beyond. In particular we will concentrate on such science and industry drivers as machine learning and big data analysis in future wireless networks.
Various aspects originated form Cognitive Radio domain, such as dynamic spectrum access, increased system flexibility through access to rich context information, spectrum sharing, virtualization and management, have been considered for application in various context. The emergence of 5G raised unprecedented expectations in terms of broadband services, latency and convergence of broadband systems with IoT networks. In this context, CROWNCOM 2019 will encompass a large scope of research topic also covering IoT in 5G and how cognitive mechanisms shall help leveraging access for billions of devices ; mmWave and how specific propagation and operation in these bands bring new sharing mechanisms ; how resource allocation amongst bands (including offload mechanisms) shall be solved. The key focus will be on how rich data analysis can improve the delivery of above defined services.
This event is organized by EAI.
EAI – European Alliance for Innovation is a non-profit organization and a professional community established in cooperation with the European Commission to empower the global research and innovation, and to promote cooperation between European and International ICT communities.
EAI’s vision is to foster excellence in research and innovation on the principles of transparency, objectivity, equality, and openness. Our guiding principle is community cooperation to create better research, provide fair recognition of excellence and transform best ideas into commercial value proposition.
EAI‘s mission is to create an environment that rewards excellence transparently, and builds recognition objectively regardless of age, economic status or country of origin, where no membership fees or closed door committees stand in the way of your research career.
Through these shared values, EAI leads the way toward advancing the world of research and innovation, empowering individuals and institutions for the good of society to fully benefit from the digital revolution.
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