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Goal: The main aim of this project is to share CFP and contribute in the field of networks, information security, and machine learning with friends, colleagues, and collaborators.

Date: 24 April 2021

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Moustafa M. Nasralla
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I am pleased to announce that we are organising a workshop titled “Improving Quality of Life for People with Disabilities (PwD) through the use of Technologies in Smart Cities" to be held alongside the 8th IEEE International Smart Cities Conference. The workshop will be held in Paphos, Cyprus from 26-29 September 2022. The workshop papers will be published in IEEE Xplore. If the theme of this workshop fits your research domain/interest, I would invite you to submit your paper(s) here.  Workshop Organiser/Chairs: Dr. Moustafa Nasralla PhD, SMIEEE, ACM, FHEA, Dr. Waqar Asif, Drishty Sobnath Important Dates Paper Submission Deadline: July 01, 2022  Acceptance Notification: July 15, 2022  Camera-ready Deadline: July 31, 2022 Full details regarding the scope and the submission process can be found in the link:
Muhammad Asif Khan
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I'll be serving as Co-Chair at the workshop "Sensing, Communication, and Localization in 6G" to be held in conjunction with the "6GIoTT 2022" conference in Fuzhou, China. Researchers are invited to submit their technical contributions on this state-of-the-art topic. Workshop Chair: Nasir Saeed, SMIEEE Deadlines: Workshop Proposal Deadline: Jun 1, 2022 Notification of Acceptance: Aug 10, 2022 Conference Date: Oct 14-16, 2022 For more information, visit:
Irshad Ahmed Abbasi
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Soft Computing Approaches to Software Process Improvement | Frontiers Research Topic (
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30 April 2022 Abstract
31 July 2022Manuscript
Shkurte Luma-Osmani
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Chien-Ming Chen
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Aleksei Rozhnov
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15th International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Information Processing
21-24 September 2021online
Registration and fee payment
25 The payment and registration are possible to be made after Camera-Ready Submission
  • Participants who submitted their papers before 23:59 on July 4 have a chance to get a promo code for free participation in the conference.
  • The organizers will send a corresponding notification by e-mail after the successful review of the submitted paper. Hurry up, the number of promo codes is limited!
Muhammad Asghar Khan
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The Fifth Generation (5G) has made it possible to envision cellular networks beyond 5G (B5G) and Sixth Generation (6G), capable of incorporating autonomous services to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs). The main issue is however the safe use of these technologies and the provision of security and privacy to small UAVs. The design considerations of small UAVs rarely address security concerns due to inadequate onboard energy, minimal processing power and connectivity over an open wireless channel. Such constraints prevent their deployment for longer periods of time and for safer operations. Researchers have placed great emphasis on the efficiency of UAV networks in terms of throughput, reliability, latency, and the number of served nodes in 5G and beyond communications. However, security and privacy issues have been overlooked to some extent. To suggest solutions to such challenging issues such as privacy leakage, data confidentiality and flexible accessibility, this dedicated special issue aims to provide a platform for future studies in this emerging field of science. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: -Energy-efficient UAV communications in 5G and beyond-UAV swarm in 5G and beyond -Security and privacy issues of UAV communication Networks -Integrating UAVs into 5G and Beyond-Real-time video broadcasting from the UAV to 5G network-D2D and Cognitive Communications -Blockchain based security protocols for 5G enabled UAV communication -Novel frameworks and algorithms based on existing and upcoming technologies to enhance the scalability and security of 5G enabled UAV communication -Reinforcement-Learning based intelligent applications in UAV communication IET Networks
Muhammad Asghar Khan
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The main aim of this project is to share CFP and contribute in the field of networks, information security, and machine learning with friends, colleagues, and collaborators.