The IEEE Topical Meeting on Wireless Sensors and Sensor Networks (WiSNet) is part of the annular Radio & Wireless Week (RWW), one of the key events in the MTT-S conference schedule.
The topics of WiSNet spread from wireless sensors, communication platforms for sensor networks, network architecture, low-power and RFID systems to radar, localization, wearable computing and devices and strategies for internet of things. Don’t miss your chance to submit your work to the topical conference WiSNet! The submission deadline for your paper with up to three pages is July 24, 2019.
You can download the Call for Papers here.
Besides the exiting technical program with stimulating talks, interactive poster sessions and live demonstration of research results you will also have the opportunity to visit workshops and panel discussions in the framework of RWW.
In addition to you registration for WiSNet you gain also access to all sessions of the co-located RWW conferences:
- IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposion (RWS)
- IEEE Topical Conference on RF/microwave Power Amplifiers (PAWR)
If you are a student, you can participate in Student Best Paper Contest by simply checking the respective checkbox during paper submission and if you will be able to get a letter of your professor stating that you are a full-time student and that the presented work is originally yours.
Like in the previous year, WiSNet will continue to host the annular forum for Six-Port and Multi-Port community, where international experts meet in focused sessions to get in touch, discuss and enhance international cooperation in this emerging field. Feel free to participate and submit your paper to the subcommittee of Six-Port technology.