Welcome to UNet

UNet conference series has always contemplated the face to face participation. However unfortunately, given the travel restrictions and potential health risks due to COVID-19 outbreak, the organizing committee decided to hold UNet’21 as a virtual event. Then, the authors and participants will engage with the audience remotely. We are closely monitoring the situation changes, so if the situation get improved and the safety of our participants would not be at risk, we might consider to switch to a physical event, while the authors would be free to decide either to attend in person or virtually.


Welcome to UNet’21

UNet is an international scientific event that highlights new trends and findings in hot topics related to ubiquitous computing/networking. This new edition will be held on May 19-22, 2021, in the fascinating city of Marrakesh, Morocco.

Ubiquitous networks sustain development of numerous paradigms/technologies such as distributed ambient intelligence, Internet of Things, Tactile Internet, Internet of Skills, context-awareness, cloud computing, wearable devices, and future mobile networking (e.g., B5G and 6G). Various domains are then impacted by such a system, one cite security and monitoring, energy efficiency and environment protection, e-health, precision agriculture, intelligent transportation, home-care (e.g., for elderly and disabled people), etc. Communication in such a system has to cope with many constraints (e.g., limited capacity resources, energy depletion, strong fluctuations of traffic, Real-time constraint, dynamic network topology, radio link breakage, interferences, etc.) and has to meet the new application requirements. Ubiquitous systems bring many promising paradigms aiming to deliver significantly higher capacity to meet the huge growth of mobile data traffic and to accommodate efficiently dense and ultra-dense systems. A crucial challenge is that ubiquitous networks should be engineered to better support existing and emerging applications including broadband multimedia, machine-to-machine applications, Internet of things, sensors and RFID technologies. Many of these systems require stringent Quality of Service including better latency, reliability, higher spectral and energy efficiency, but also some Quality of Experience and Quality of Context constraints.
 
UNet conference series is a forum that brings together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to discuss recent developments in pervasive and ubiquitous networks. This conference series provides a venue to exchange ideas, discuss solutions, debate on identified challenges and share experiences among researchers and professionals. UNet aims also to promote adoption of new methodologies and to provide the participants with advanced and innovative tools able to catch the fundamental dynamics of the underlying complex interactions (e.g., game theory, Mechanism Design theory, Learning theory, SDR platforms, etc.). Papers describing original research on both theoretical and practical aspects of pervasive computing and future mobile computing (e.g., 5G, 6G, AI-driven communications, IoT, TI, etc.) are invited for submission to UNet 2021.

 

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Important Dates

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline March 1st 25th, 2021
NotificationApril 25th, 2021
Camera-ReadyMay 05th, 2021
Registration (Authors)May 05th, 2021
UNet’21 ConferenceMay 19-22, 2021

Meet our Keynote Speakers

Prof. Mischa
Dohler, FIEEE

King's College London
United Kingdom

Prof. Octavia A.
Dobre, FIEEE

Memorial University
Canada

Prof. Walid
Saad, FIEEE

Virginia Tech
VA, United States

Prof. Xue (Steve)
Liu, FIEEE

McGill University & Samsung AI Center
Montréal, Canada

Prof. Roch
Glitho

Concordia University & Ericsson
Montréal, Canada

Dr. Richard
Li

Futurewei Technologies, Inc.
United States

Prof. Mohamed-Slim
Alouini, FIEEE

Wireless CT Lab, KAUST
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Prof. Mehdi
Bennis, FIEEE

Centre for Wireless Communications
University of Oulu, Finland

Organizers

  

Proceedings & Publication

  

Abstract & Indexing