Paper Submission Deadline Extended to 19 June 2020
W4: Intelligent Communication Network Technologies (ICNET2020)
Organizer: Syed Hassan Ahmed, JMA Wireless, USA
Organizer: Murad Khan, Kyungpook National University, South Korea
Abstract: Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is becoming an emerging technology for supporting autonomous vehicles, intelligent vehicles, etc. The Internet of Things (IoT) is extensively studied in the last two decades and a number of concepts are derived from it for efficient communication networks, smart homes, smart cities, smart health services and so on. As the number of vehicles operating on green and renewable energies is becoming popular and therefore controlling the operation needs further research concept such as the Internet of Energy (IoE). The concept of IoE is recently coined with the aim of providing clean energy to electric vehicles, smart homes, smart building etc.
Meanwhile, Artificial Intelligence (AI) due to the self-sustainable nature with self-governing and independent decision-making capabilities appeared as a possible alternative to achieve the aim of full autonomous communication systems. However, the current research consists of a few research articles and idea covering the concept of IoE and intelligent communication networks. Our aim in organizing this workshop is to explore intelligent communication network technologies to smartly and efficiently manage the available resources. Further, the demand for clean energy and micro-grids can be enabled for saving energy in powerful and deep saving batteries for future use. For this workshop section, we are soliciting high-quality articles covering the topic related to the Intelligent vehicular communication technologies using the IoE and IoV concepts with original results and conceptual study. The aim is to bring the novel ideas, concepts, open challenges, issues, from the researchers working the said domain.
Bio: Syed Hassan Ahmed (SM’18) is currently working at JMA Wireless as a Product Specialist for Distributed Antenna System (DAS), CBRS, Small Cell, and virtualized RAN product line. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgia Southern University, USA. He also founded Wireless Internet and Networking Systems (WINS) lab. Prior to this, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA. Before moving to the United States, he completed his BS with honors in CS from Kohat University of Science & Technology (KUST), Pakistan and Master combined Ph.D. Degree from School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE), Kyungpook National University (KNU), Republic of Korea (South Korea). In summer 2015, he was also a visiting researcher at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA. Overall, he has authored/co-authored over 200 international publications including Journal articles, Conference Proceedings, Book Chapters, and 03 books. In 2016, his work on robust content retrieval in future vehicular networks lead him to win the Qualcomm Innovation Award at KNU, Korea. Dr. Hassan’s research interests include Sensor and Ad hoc Networks, Cyber-Physical Systems, Vehicular Communications, and Future Internet. He is currently the Member of the Board of Governors and IEEE VTS liaison to IEEE Young Professionals society. From the year 2018, he is also an ACM Distinguished Speaker.
Furthermore, Dr. Hassan is a Senior IEEE and ACM Professional member, served as a TPC Member or Reviewer in 100+ International Conferences and Workshops including IEEE Globecom, IEEE ICC, IEEE CCNC, IEEE ICNC, IEEE VTC, IEEE INFOCOM, ACM CoNEXT, ACM MobiHoc, ACM SAC, and many more. Furthermore, he has been reviewing papers for 30+ International Journals including IEEE Magazines on Wireless Communications, Networks, Communications, IEEE Communications Letters, IEEE Sensors Letters, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Vehicular Technologies, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Big Data, and Mobile Computing. Moreover, Dr. Hassan has been an editorial member of more than 30 Special Issues with top-ranked journals in Communication Society and serving as an editorial board member of KSII Transactions on Internet & Information Systems, Wiley’s Internet Technology Letters, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, IEEE Newsletters on Internet Initiative, Future Directions, and Software Defined Networks
Bio: Dr. Khan received the B.S. degree in computer science from University of Peshawar Pakistan in 2008. He completed his Master and Ph.D. degrees both in computer science and engineering from School of Computer Science and Engineering in Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea. Dr. Khan published over 80 International conference and Journal papers along with two books chapters and a book in Springer and CRC press. Dr. Khan served as an editorial member of various special sections in world-renowned journals such as Computer & Electrical Engineering, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, etc. He also served as a TPC member in world reputed conferences and as a reviewer in numerous journals such as IEEE Communication Magazine, Future Generation Systems, IEEE Access, etc. His area of expertise includes ad-hoc and wireless networks, architecture designing for Internet of Things, and Communication Protocols designing for smart cities and homes, Big Data Analytics, etc.
To submit a paper to the workshop, please visit: https://vtc2020-fall-rr.trackchair.com/track/1907