Given the current COVID-19 situation, the WINCOM steering committee is considering
different options that comply with the current worldwide sanitary security policies and will guarantee
the promotion of scientific interaction and dissemination of authors’ research work and results.
In case of travel restrictions that prohibit physical appearance, video presentation will be accepted as
an alternative of presentation. The Conference Web Site will be updated regularly and will give the news
about the conference. Meanwhile, please consider submitting your work to the WINCOM conference by June 15th, 2020.
Welcome to WINCOM'20
The international conference on wireless networks and mobile communications (WINCOM'20)
will be held in the city of coronations of France, Reims, on October 27-29, 2020.
WINCOM'20 aims at examining the various challenges in the areas of wireless networks & mobile communications.
The conference will provide a forum for exchanging ideas, discussing solutions,
and sharing experiences among researchers and professionals from both academia
and industry interested in wireless networks and mobile communications.
WINCOM has been organized for the last seven years. The past edition was
organized in the imperial city and scientific capital of Morocco, Fez, on October 29 to November 01, 2019.
WINCOM'20 solicits papers in all areas of wireless communication networks.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Wireless mobile communication networks
Machine Learning and AI for mobile networking
Connected and Autonomous vehicle
SDN and NFV
Ultra-wideband communications and applications
Smart-home, smart-grid, smart-vehicle, and smart-city
Internet of things (applications, protocols and architectures)
Game theory applied to networking problems
Modeling and performance evaluation
Energy efficient communications and green networking
Physical layer design and Signal processing
Channel capacity estimation, modeling and equalization
Resource management, allocation and scheduling
Smart antennas: MIMO, Massive MIMO and beamforming