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5th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2011)
16-18 December 2011, Dubai, UAE
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  • Author Kit
  • Submissions
  • CFP
  • Welcome
  • Why MIC-CNIT 2011?
  • Dates
Welcome to MIC-CNIT 2011
Welcome to the 5th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2011). This event is intended to represent a major forum for researchers, professionals and students from all over the world to meet in the beautiful and culturally rich city of Dubai in UAE to present their latest research results and to exchange new ideas and practical experiences.

Scope

MIC-CNIT 2011 main scope includes, but is not limited to the following areas: Communication and Information Technology; Digital Communication Systems; Multimedia Communications; Communications and Computer Networks; Vehicular Communication Systems; Online Learning and Education; Consumer Communications and Electronics; Mesh, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks; Cognitive Radio Communications; Ultra-Wideband Communications;

MIC-CNIT 2011 is planned to feature special sessions, keynote talks and tutorial sessions by leading experts, paper presentations, poster shows, demo shows, discussion panels, as well as other interesting technical activities.

MIC-CNIT 2011 Tracks

Communication and Information Technology
(CIT)
Digital Communication Systems
(DCS)
Multimedia Communications
(MMC)
Communications and Computer Networks
(CCN)
Vehicular Communication Systems
(VCS)
Online Learning and Education
(OLE)
Consumer Communications and Electronics
(CCE)
Mesh, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks
(MAS)
Cognitive Radio Communications
(CRC)
Ultra-Wideband Communications
(UWC)
Why Take Part in MIC-CNIT 2011?
* Enjoy attending MIC-CNIT 2011 at Hotel Ibis Deira City Centre, in Dubai, UAE.
* Enjoy moderate registration fees. Based on the user contribution index (UCI), proportionate registration discounts apply.
* Have the possiblity to extend and publish your conference papers with some of the top journal publishers.
* Only full paper submissions are allowed at all our conferences. No summary or abstract submissions are allowed. Conference topic coverage includes the most current and exciting fields of knowledge and research.
* Papers can be accepted to our conferences only after rigorous peer reviewing.
* Our outstanding reviewing process is facilitated by careful selection of technical program committee members from among the best international experts. Each submitted paper is subject to no less than three peer reviews before it can be considered for acceptance.
* Published papers of MIC-CNIT 2011 are indexed by Google Scholar. More indexing is on the way.
* At each congress, and based on paper review scores, the paper with the highest scores receives the Best Paper Award. This is an award to which only presented papers are eligible. The best paper award is usually delivered to the presenter of the winning paper at the main conference dinner.
MIC-CNIT 2011 Dates
MIC-CNIT 2011 Days Friday - Sunday: 16-18 December 2011
Full Paper Submission Deadline - Extended Wednesday, 9 November 2011
Author Notifications Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Final Paper Submissions Deadline Saturday, 3 December 2011
Registration Deadline Saturday, 3 December 2011
Registration Cancellation Deadline Friday, 9 December 2011
MIC-CNIT 2011 Submissions
MIC-CNIT 2011 Call for Papers

Welcome

Welcome to the 5th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2011). This event is intended to represent a major forum for professors, students, and professionals from all over the world to meet in the beautiful and culturally rich city of Dubai in the period 16-18 December 2011 to present their latest research results, and to exchange new ideas and practical experiences in the most up-to-date areas of this exciting field.

Submissions

The types of articles that will be considered for publication include case studies, reviews, as well as theoretical and empirical research. Only papers with top technical quality will be accepted; a fact that is assured by a world-class technical program committee (TPC) and a thorough and rigorous peer review process. All submitted manuscripts are peer reviewed, and acceptance/rejection decisions are based mainly on the importance, originality, clarity, and contribution of the submission to knowledge in the scope of MIC-CNIT 2011.

Paper Submission Link

Accepted Papers

Accepted papers must be presented at the conference to be included in the official proceedings and in the online paper database. Unpresented papers lose status of belonging to the conference in any way, and cannot be considered for any possible post-conference collaboration with any other party.

Registration Fees

Regular Registration (up to two papers) €400
Regular Registration (over two papers) €200/Paper
Student Registration (up to two papers) €200
Student Registration (over two papers) €100/Paper
All Registrations After Registration Deadline Add 25%

Registration fees are per person. Reigstrants are welcome to all conference sessions, and they receive the following:

  • conference kits,
  • passes for daily lunch meals on conference days,
  • pass for conference dinner.

In all paper registrations, the discount percentage of registering author applies.

Dates

Submission Deadline 9 November 2011
Author Notifications 23 November 2011
Final Papers 3 December 2011

Topics

  • Management Information Systems
  • Signal Processing for Communications
  • MIMO Wireless Communications
  • Web Development Tools
  • Malware and Worm Defenses
  • eCommerce Models, Applications and Technologies
  • Content Distribution Networks
  • Data Mining
  • Programming Languages
  • Information Infrastructures
  • Mobile Agents
  • Optimization of Computing Algorithms
  • Computer-Based Education
  • Knowledge-Based Systems
  • Internet Security
  • Internet Appliances
  • Logic Programming
  • eLearning Platforms
  • IPTV Technology
  • Data Warehouses and eOrganisations
  • Website Design
  • Web Metrics and Applications
  • Knowledge Management
  • Distributed Information Systems
  • Copyright and Privacy Protection
  • Internet Banking
  • Wireless Communication Systems
  • Signal Processing for Communications
  • Adaptive Modulation Techniques
  • Communication Channels
  • Channel Estimation
  • Error Control Coding
  • MIMO Wireless Communications
  • Multicarrier Communication Systems
  • Optical Fiber Communication Systems
  • Communication System Simulation
  • Power Management in Communications
  • Space-Time Coding
  • Power Efficient Modulation
  • Spread Spectrum Communications
  • Communications Software
  • Channel Coding
  • Block Coding
  • IMT-2000 (UMTS, CDMA2000, etc.)
  • Source Coding
  • Joint Source-Channel Coding
  • Low Density Parity Check Coding
  • Synchronous Communications
  • Information Theory and Coding
  • Viterbi Decoding Algorithm
  • Digital Modulation Techniques
  • Time Division Multiple Access Systems
  • Free-Space Optical Communications
  • Software-Defined Radio
  • Code Division Multiple Access Systems
  • Interference Modeling and Mitigation
  • Communication System Performance Analysis
  • Differentially Coherent Detection
  • Channel Capacity Studies
  • Multipath Fading Channels
  • Powerline Communications
  • Multiuser Detection
  • Distributed Agents
  • Genetic Algorithms
  • Multimedia Streaming and Delivery
  • Mobile Multimedia
  • Neural Networks
  • Wireless Multimedia
  • Multimedia Signal Processing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Mobile Multimedia Infrastructures
  • Multimedia Aggregation and Fusion
  • Content Distribution Networks
  • Peer-to-Peer Computing
  • Multimedia Software Architectures
  • Digital Watermarking
  • Wavelet Processing
  • Digital Speech Processing
  • Content-Based Image Retrieval
  • Computer Graphics
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Home Entertainment
  • Electronic Game Systems
  • Digital Television Systems
  • Personal Multimedia Systems
  • 3D Video Systems
  • Digital Image Processing
  • High Definition TV Systems
  • Digital Video Broadcasting
  • Video Traffic Modeling
  • Codecs and Compression Systems
  • Acoustic Signal Processing
  • Multimedia Information Systems
  • Computer Vision
  • IPTV Technology
  • Discrete Event Systems
  • Cryptography and Data Security
  • Performance Evaluation of Multimedia Services
  • Interactive Multimedia Applications
  • Resource and Service Virtualization
  • Context- and Content-Aware Services
  • Benchmarking Services and Application
  • Service Lifecycle Management
  • Service Delivery Platforms
  • 3D Streaming
  • Wireless Ad hoc Networks
  • Network Security and Privacy
  • Mobile IP
  • Wireless Communication Networks
  • Network Modeling and Simulation
  • Wireless Access Techniques
  • Computer Communications
  • ATM Networks
  • Internetworking
  • Congestion Control Mechanisms
  • Grid Computing
  • Optical Communication Networks
  • Personal Area Networks
  • Mobility Modeling and Management
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Spectrum Sharing and Coexistence
  • Cloud Computing
  • Network Switching and Routing
  • Network Intelligence
  • Network Performance Studies
  • Peer-to-Peer Computing
  • Roaming and Handoff Mechanisms
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Network Measurements and Testbeds
  • Multi-Hop Networks
  • Cellular Communication Networks
  • Vehicular Communication Networks
  • Next Generation Wireless Networks
  • Communication Networks
  • WiMAX Technologies
  • GSM Wireless Systems
  • Cellular Mobile Computing
  • Network Access Control
  • Network Protocols and Standards
  • Energy Efficient Communications
  • Intelligent Networks
  • Telecommunications Pricing and Accounting
  • Cognitive and Cooperative MAC
  • Energy-Aware MAC
  • Mobility Modeling and Management
  • Vehicular Communication Networks
  • Network Access Control
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Cross-Layer Design and Optimization
  • Radio Resource Management
  • Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications
  • Security and Privacy in Vehicular Networks
  • Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communications
  • Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
  • In-Vehicle Sensor Networks
  • In-Vehicle Communications
  • Vehicle Movement and Performance Simulation
  • Vehicular Network Protocols
  • MAC Layer Algorithms and Protocols
  • Vehicular Communications Platforms and Testbeds
  • Vehicle to Grid Communication
  • Data Dissemination in Vehicular Networks
  • Mobile Internetworking
  • Vehicular Multimedia Communications
  • Migrating to IPv6
  • Quality of Service in Vehicular Networks
  • QoS Management for Vehicular Networks
  • Antenna Technologies for Vehicular Networks
  • Propagation Models for Vehicular Networks
  • Mobile IP
  • Content Distribution Networks
  • Information Infrastructures
  • Handheld and Wearable Computing
  • eLearning Platforms
  • IPTV Technology
  • Educational Internet
  • Mobile Learning, Teaching, and Training
  • Learning-Oriented Devices and Networks
  • Mobile Communications
  • Satellite Technologies for eLearning
  • Authoring Tools for eLearning
  • Remote and Wireless Teaching
  • Anytime/Anywhere eLearning
  • Adaptive eLearning
  • Content Development and Management
  • Cross-Media Publishing
  • Social and Cooperative Learning
  • Ontologies and Semantic Web
  • Educational Hypermedia
  • Peer-to-Peer Learning Systems
  • Virtual Learning Environments
  • eCommerce for Online Education
  • User-Oriented Device Interfaces
  • Integrated Educational Environments
  • Intelligent Tutoring Systems
  • Embedded Systems for Education
  • Personal Area Networks
  • Malware and Worm Defenses
  • Remote Sensing
  • Home Networking
  • Integrated Circuits
  • Wireless Multimedia
  • Computer-Aided Circuit Design
  • Light Sources and Detectors
  • Robotic Systems
  • Lightwave System Components
  • Nano Electronics
  • Nonlinear Communication Circuits
  • Home Entertainment
  • Electronic Game Systems
  • Solid State Electronics
  • Handheld and Wearable Computing
  • Digital Television Systems
  • Personal Multimedia Systems
  • 3D Video Systems
  • Internet Appliances
  • High Definition TV Systems
  • Digital Video Broadcasting
  • CMOS Integrated Circuits
  • Cellular Mobile Computing
  • Laser Light Sources
  • Audio-Visual Systems
  • Driver Assistance Systems
  • Wireless Ad hoc Networks
  • Network Security and Privacy
  • Network Modeling and Simulation
  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
  • End-to-end QoS Provision
  • Grid Computing
  • Heterogeneous Computing and Networking
  • Power Management in Communications
  • Personal Area Networks
  • Mobility Modeling and Management
  • Spectrum Sharing and Coexistence
  • Network Performance Studies
  • Roaming and Handoff Mechanisms
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Network Measurements and Testbeds
  • Multi-Hop Networks
  • Mobile Agents
  • Vehicular Communication Networks
  • Network Access Control
  • Network Protocols and Standards
  • Energy Efficient Communications
  • Trust Management in Communication Networks
  • Resourse Management in Communication Networks
  • Underwater Communication Networks
  • Hardware and Software Platforms
  • Cross-Layer Design and Optimization
  • Performance Evaluation and Modeling
  • Spectrum Agile Networks
  • Multimedia over Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks
  • Probabilistic Network Modeling
  • Information Theoretic Network Analysis
  • Network Software Tools
  • Network Traffic Modeling
  • Network Optimization and Tuning
  • MAC Layer Algorithms and Protocols
  • Autonomic Networking and Self-Management
  • Physical Layer Design
  • Topology Control and Management
  • Co-Existence of Hybrid Networks
  • Synchronization and Scheduling Issues
  • Imaging Sensor Networks
  • Adaptive Modulation Techniques
  • Multicarrier Communication Systems
  • Congestion Control Mechanisms
  • Space-Time Coding
  • Spectrum Sharing and Coexistence
  • Multi-Hop Networks
  • Software-Defined Radio
  • Interference Modeling and Mitigation
  • Cognitive and Cooperative MAC
  • Spectrum Sensing
  • Dynamic Spectrum Access
  • Radio Resource Management
  • Cooperative Communications
  • Cognitive Channel Modeling
  • Network Information Theory
  • Cognitive MAC
  • Spectrum Agile Networks
  • Cognitive MIMO Radios
  • Information Theory for Cognitive Radio
  • Architectures of Cognitive Communication Netwroks
  • Cognitive Routing and Transport Protocols
  • Cognitive Radio Platforms and Testbeds
  • Cognitive Network Modeling
  • Cognitive Communications Network Simulation
  • Hardware Implementation Issues
  • Performance Bounds for Cognitive Networking
  • Security in Cognitive Networks
  • Adaptive Antennas and Beamforming
  • Flexible Physical Layer Solutions
  • Spectrum Whitespace Models
  • Cognitive RF Front-Ends
  • Statistical Inference, Learning, and Cognition
  • Cross-Layer Design for Cognitive Networks
  • Multimedia Communication over Cognitive Networks
  • QoS Provisioning in Cognitive Networks
  • Cognitive Radio Deployment Scenarios
  • Regulation and Standardization
  • Economic Aspects of Cognitive Communications
  • Radio Frequency Subsystems
  • Multiple Access Techniques
  • Error Control Coding
  • MIMO Wireless Communications
  • Multicarrier Communication Systems
  • Digital Modulation Techniques
  • Interference Modeling and Mitigation
  • Channel Characterization and Modeling
  • UWB Antennas and Arrays
  • Pulse Generation and Detection
  • Pulse-Based Communication Systems
  • UWB Cognitive Communications
  • UWB Power Line Communications
  • Short Range Communications
  • 60 GHz and Beyond Communications
  • UWB Sensing and Imaging
GC-CNIT 2011 Visits: 16746||MIC-CNIT 2011 Visits: 14488