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2021 Global Congress on Electrical Engineering (GC-ElecEng 2021)
10-12 December 2021, Valencia, Spain
GC-ElecEng 2021 is technically co-sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Papers will appear in IEEE Xplore.
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Welcome to GC-ElecEng 2021
Welcome to the 2021 Global Congress on Electrical Engineering (GC-ElecEng 2021). This event is intended to represent a major forum for researchers, professionals and students from all over the world to meet remotely to present their latest research results and to exchange new ideas and practical experiences.


GC-ElecEng 2021 main scope includes, but is not limited to the following areas: Sensors, Sensor Networks, and Applications; Power Engineering and Applications; Mechatronics Engineering and Applications; Robotics Engineering and Applications; Energy Engineering and Applications; Nano Engineering and Applications; Computing Systems and Networks; Solid State Electronics; Electronic Circuits and Devices; Integrated Circuit Technologies and Applications; Photonics and Optoelectronics; Industrial Electronics and Applications; Electronic Instrumentation; Electronics Modeling and Simulation; Artificial Intelligence Systems and Technologies; Machine Vision Systems and Technologies; Intelligent Systems and Edge Computing; Smart Grid Systems; Smart Cities of the Future; Smart Architecture; Smart Healthcare; Smart Transportation and Smart Vehicles; Smart Devices and Technologies; Internet of Things and Applications; Automatic Control Systems; Automation Science and Engineering; Control System Technologies and Applications; Multimedia Communication Systems and Networks; Spread Spectrum Communications; Information Theory and Coding; Optical Communication Systems and Networks; Wireless Communication Systems and Networks; Communication Circuits and Sub-Systems; Consumer Communications and Electronics; Communications Software and Services; Satellite Communication Systems; Electromagnetics, Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation; Signal Processing Theory and Techniques; Signal Processing for Communications; Machine Learning for Signal Processing; Information Forensics and Security; Medical Imaging and Signal Processing; Digital Speech and Audio Processing; Multimedia Signal Processing; Digital Image Processing; Digital Video Processing; Neural Networks and Applications;

GC-ElecEng 2021 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.


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GC-ElecEng 2021 Conferences

MIC-ElectricApps 2021

MIC-Electronics 2021

MIC-Smart 2021

MIC-Control 2021

MIC-Telecom 2021

MIC-Signals 2021
Why Take Part in GC-ElecEng 2021?
* GC-ElecEng 2021 is Technically Co-Sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Papers will appear in IEEE Xplore.
* Enjoy attending GC-ElecEng 2021 at Eurostars Gran Valencia, in Valencia, Spain.
* Enjoy moderate registration fees, and register up to two papers for the same registration fee. Students receive substantial registration discounts.
* 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 two peer reviews before it can be considered for acceptance.
* Published papers of GC-ElecEng 2021 are indexed by Google Scholar. More indexing is on the way.
* At each conference, 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.
GC-ElecEng 2021 Dates
GC-ElecEng 2021 Days Friday - Sunday: 10-12 December 2021
Full Paper Submission Deadline - Extended Sunday, 7 November 2021
Author Notifications Sunday, 21 November 2021
Final Paper Submissions Deadline Wednesday, 1 December 2021
Registration Deadline Wednesday, 1 December 2021
Registration Cancellation Deadline Tuesday, 7 December 2021
GC-ElecEng 2021 Submissions
MIC-ElectricApps 2021
Emerging Applications of Electrical Engineering
Paper Submissions Closed
MIC-Electronics 2021
Electronic Engineering and Applications
Paper Submissions Closed
MIC-Smart 2021
Smart Systems and Technologies
Paper Submissions Closed
MIC-Control 2021
Control and Systems Engineering
Paper Submissions Closed
MIC-Telecom 2021
Telecommunication Systems and Networks
Paper Submissions Closed
MIC-Signals 2021
Digital Signal Processing
Paper Submissions Closed
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Physical Layer Security for Wireless Sensing and Communication


With the rapid evolution of wireless networks across a broad technological environment which includes virtualization, IoT and Industry 4.0, our lives are surrounded by electronic devices capable of wireless radio transmission and reception, not only for communication purposes but also for radar, wireless sensing, and radio environment monitoring and mapping. Emerging Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) applications aim to bring people, data, processes, and things together to fulfil our needs. With the emergence of software defined networks, adaptive services and applications are gaining more attention since they allow the automatic configuration of devices and their parameters, systems, and services to the user\'s context change. Granted, these devices, networks, and applications are huge commodities and improve our quality of life but they also present a major risk, not only because of the widely recognized security leaks in current wireless radio access technologies but also because of the enormous amounts of information over a medium which can be extracted by radio-based sensing.

Data and communication security have always been a focal point in wireless communication, and we have had great success with bit level cryptographic techniques and associated protocols at various levels of the data processing stack. Recently, new security approaches built on information theory fundamentals and by exploiting the secrecy capacity of the propagation channel have gained significant interest. Also, with the evolution of adaptive and flexible physical layer (PHY) and medium access (MAC) layer techniques, our radios and networks have become extremely capable and rich. Utilizing these capabilities has created new ways of designing secure communication and wireless transmission.

In addition to data communication, recent studies have suggested the use of wireless transmissions for sensing radio and physical environment to enable flexible, aware networks and environment monitoring applications. Anything related to wireless transmission, anything that the signal interacts with, can be or is being sensed, including user mobility and spectrum usage behavior, objects in the environment, and much more. This is no doubt an immense opportunity from both an academic and a commercial perspective.

In this tutorial, we will cover both communication and sensing security from a broader perspective. Even though, more emphasis on PHY security is given, other security measures will also be covered for the sake of completeness and as a step towards cross-layer security and cognitive security vision. After discussing the features and probabilities of wireless channel from both communication and sensing perspectives, exploitation of these for secure transmission will be treated in detail utilizing various approaches. We will cover wireless sensing and radio environment concepts along with the related security implications in terms of eavesdropping, disruption, manipulation and, in general, the exploitation of wireless sensing by illegitimate users. Various solutions for these threats from the domains of wireless communication, military radars, machine learning and more will be discussed.


Prof. Huseyin Arslan, Medipol Üniversitesi, Istanbul, Turkey

Dr. Arslan (IEEE Fellow, IEEE Distinguished Lecturer) received his BS degree from the Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey in 1992; his MS and Ph.D. degrees were received respectively in 1994 and 1998 from Southern Methodist University (SMU), Dallas, TX. From January 1998 to August 2002, he was with the research group of Ericsson, where he was involved with several projects related to 2G and 3G wireless communication systems. Since August 2002, he has been with the Electrical Engineering Department, at the University of South Florida, where he is a Professor. In December 2013, he joined Istanbul Medipol University to found the Engineering College, where he has worked as the Dean of the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences. In addition, he has worked as a part-time consultant for various companies and institutions including Anritsu Company and The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey.

Dr. Arslan conducts research in wireless systems, with emphasis on the physical and medium access layers of communications. His current research interests are on 5G and beyond radio access technologies, physical layer security, interference management (avoidance, awareness, and cancellation), cognitive radio, multi-carrier wireless technologies (beyond OFDM), dynamic spectrum access, co-existence issues, non-terrestial communications (High Altitude Platforms), joint radar (sensing) and communication designs. Dr. Arslan has been collaborating extensively with key national and international industrial partners and his research has generated significant interest in companies such as InterDigital, Anritsu, NTT DoCoMo, Raytheon, Honeywell, Keysight technologies. Collaborations and feedback from industry partners has significantly influenced his research. In addition to his research activities, Dr. Arslan has also contributed to wireless communication education. He has integrated the outcomes of his research into education which lead him to develop a number of courses at the University of South Florida. He has developed a unique “Wireless Systems Laboratory” course (funded by the National Science Foundation and Keysight technologies) where he was able to teach not only the theory but also the practical aspects of wireless communication system with the most contemporary test and measurement equipment.

Dr. Arslan has served as general chair, technical program committee chair, session and symposium organizer, workshop chair, and technical program committee member in several IEEE conferences. He is currently a member of the editorial board for the IEEE Surveys and Tutorials and the Sensors Journal. He has also served as a member of the editorial board for the IEEE Transactions on Communications, the IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking (TCCN), and several other scholarly journals by Elsevier, Hindawi, and Wiley Publishing.


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