IEEE Communications Society

IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2015)

Themed "Connecting All Through Communications," IEEE GLOBECOM 2015 features more than 1,500 presentations detailing the latest breakthroughs in key areas like e-health, Internet of Things, power-line, satellite, space and green communications.

6 – 10 December 2015 // San Diego, CA, USA 

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IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications (OnlineGreenComm 2015)

IEEE OnlineGreenComm 2015 covers a wide spectrum of research subjects, including green methodologies and architectures for communication technologies, communication technologies as enablers for green solutions, energy efficiency in Smart Grid communications and energy management.

10 – 12 November 2015 // Virtual conference held online.

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IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm 2015)

IEEE SmartGridComm 2015 will feature presentations exploring the newest technologies supporting the two-way flow of energy and information, quickly isolating and overcoming power outages, facilitating the integration of renewable energy sources and empowering consumers to optimize energy consumption.

2 - 5 November 2015 // Miami, FL, USA 

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IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM 2015)
IEEE Online Conference on Green Communications (OnlineGreenComm 2015)
IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm 2015)

A Glimpse of The First IEEE Communications Society Summer School Program In Italy

Held July 6-9, the first IEEE ComSoc Summer School provided 43 participants with top-level lectures on hot topics in communications as well as an exciting and unprecedented program.

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Wireless For The Internet Of Things - A New Live Online Course

October '15 // Industry News

Industry News is a monthly digest of current news items related to specific communications topics. Each short item is linked to its Internet source. This month's focus is on Forums.

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This section provides a unique opportunity for free access to papers from IEEE Communications Magazine, as well as other IEEE Communications Society magazines, journals and conferences on a particular topic.

New Topics on Automotive Ecosystem, IoT & Small Cells

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5G and the next Billion Mobile Users: A View from India

Alan Gatherer, Editor in Chief, ComSoc Technology News

Chaitali Sengupta, Guest Editor

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Feature Topics on Software Defined Radio — 20 Years Later, Software Defined 5G Networks for Anything as a Service, Radio Communications, Network Testing

Read the September IEEE Communications Magazine issue >>

Call For Papers From The Third Issue of IEEE JSAC Series on Green Communications and Networking

IEEE Journal on Selected Areas and Networking Series on Green Communications and Networking launching the Call for Papers for the third issue, scheduled to be published in December 2016.

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Introducing Winner of the 2015 Chapter Achievement Award - The Sweden Chapter

“Chapters are important activity centers within the IEEE. It is in the chapters the technical and scientific daily life takes place for our members.”

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Conference Paper Versus Journal Paper

Is it proper for an author to submit a journal paper based on material that had been previously published in one or more conference papers?


2 Newly posted IEEE ComSoc Whitepapesr on 

LTE- Advanced (3GPP Rel.12) Technology Introduction and 802.11ac Technology Introduction

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Mobile Security, Cyber Security and Privacy - IEEE NJ Coast Section Urges Members To Register For An Important Event on 4 November

Register now to save on your calendar for the IEEE NJ Coast Section 2nd Conference on Mobile Security/Cyber Security and Privacy

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Feature Topic on Quality Of Experience And Quality Of Protection Provisions In Emerging Mobile Networks.

Read the August IEEE Wireless Communications issue >>