The Global Communications Newsletter (GCN) appears monthly within IEEE Communications Magazine.
It provides an excellent opportunity to present news and events related to communications around the world, as well as activities carried out by IEEE Communications Society Chapters in greater detail.
In general, articles published in the GCN are not technical papers or even technical surveys. Rather, they are short articles informing the IEEE Communications Society about various activities being carried out and organized in the four corners of the world by the many volunteers who are the true engine of the IEEE Communications Society. Also, major news from the regional telecommunications industry, operators, and academia may be of great interest to our global community.
The relevance, timeliness, and interest of reports published in our Newsletter depend on your cooperation. The willingness of everyone to contribute timely and informative reports is essential to ensure the success of our Newsletter. We look forward to receiving your submissions.
Call for Papers
The Global Communications Newsletter (GCN) publishes short articles (usually from 300 to 1000 words) that inform the IEEE Communications Society community about the various activities that are carried out, organized, started in the four corners of the world by the many volunteers that are the engine of IEEE Communications Society Chapters.
Examples of suitable articles include, but are not limited to:
- Highlights from IEEE Communications Society conferences, in particular but not exclusively conferences with regional scope
- Reports of most notable Distinguished Lecturer Tours
- News from telecommunications regional industry or operators, e.g. about the deployment of new technologies or services
- Reports of technical events organized by IEEE Communications Society Chapters, but of international interest
Technical papers or even technical surveys are not suitable for publication on GCN. Such papers should be submitted to IEEE Communications Magazine. In case of doubt, please contact the Editor-in-Chief Stefano Bregni.
Articles may be submitted directly to the EIC or to the most appropriate Regional Correspondent. The format of submission should be an email including title and article attached (DOC or TXT). One or two figures (photos or graphs) may also be included.
Dip. di Elettronica e Informazione
Politecnico di Milano
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20133 Milano MI, Italy
Phone: +39 022 399 3503
Fax: +39 022 399 3413
University of Trento
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I-38123 Trento, Italy
Phone: +39 0461 282062
Fax: +39 0461 282093
Africa, Europe, Middle East
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Polytechnic Univ. of Cartagena, Spain
Univ. of Beira Interior, Portugal
Halmstad University, Sweden