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May 15-18, 2016

Poster Submission Deadline (Extended)
March 15, 2016

Call For Posters

The technical program committee is soliciting contributions for early-evening poster sessions devoted to recent results. We especially encourage students and junior researchers to participate. There will be no published proceedings. Any contribution in the general area of communication theory is welcome. Extended abstracts for the poster session should be submitted to Aggelos Bletsas and Mari Kobayashi by March 1st, 2016. Electronic submissions must be in PDF format and provide sufficient details for careful reviewing. Acceptance notifications will be sent by March 15, 2016.

Submission Instructions

Poster extended abstracts of no more than 2 pages (US letter size 8.5 x 11 inches) using font size 10, double column, and the IEEE style in PDF format should be submitted to the Poster Co-Chairs Aggelos Bletsas (aggelos [at] telecom.tuc.gr) and Mari Kobayashi (mari.kobayashi [at] supelec.fr). The extended abstract should include all figures and references, as well the names of the authors, affiliations and email addresses. Please indicate "IEEE CTW 2016 Poster Submission" as the subject of the email. All submissions will be acknowledged.

Poster Preparation Instructions

The suggested poster format is A0 size in portrait (vertical) orientation (84cm width x 119cm height). Please make sure that your posters comply with this format, which is consistent with the employed poster stands.

Call for Posters PDF Version


Accepted Posters

Authors Title
Iñaki Estella Aguerri and Abdellatif Zaidi"Lossy Compression for Compute-and-Forward in Limited Backhaul Wireless Relay Networks"
Panos Alevizos and Aggelos Bletsas"Scatter Radio Receivers for Extended Range Environmental Sensing WSNs"
Junting Chen, David Gesbert and Maxime Guillaud"On the Optimal Dimensionality Reduction for Correlated Massive MIMO under Quantized Channel Feedback"
Maxime Guillaud, Beatrice Tomasi, Alexis Decurninge and Luis Garcia Ordoñez"On the Importance of Second-Order Statistics in Massive MIMO"
Mohammed Jabi, Abdellatif Benyouss, Mael Le Treust and Leszek Szczecinski"Cross-Packet HARQ"
Paul de Kerret, David Gesbert, Jingjing Zhang and Petros Elia"Optimally Bridging the Gap from Delayed to Perfect CSIT in the K-user MISO BC"
Gilwon Lee, Youngchul Sung and Marios Kountouris"How to efficiently schedule users in mmWave Massive MIMO?"
Markus Leinonen, Marian Codreanu and Markku Juntti"Rate-Distortion Lower Bound for Compressed Sensing via Conditional Remote Source Coding"
Maximo Morales-Cespedes, Jorge Plata-Chaves, Marc Moonen and Luc Vandendorpe"Degrees of Freedom of K-Tier Cognitive Cellular Networks without CSIT"
Konstantinos Ntougias, Dimitrios Ntaikos and Constantinos B. Papadias"Robust Multi-Cell Precoding over Load-Controlled Beams with Single-Fed Antenna Arrays"
Abhishek Parakh and J. Joel vanBrandwijk"Rotational Error Correction in Three Stage QKD"
Georgios Paschos, Ejder Bastug, Ingmar Land, Giuseppe Caire and Mérouane Debbah"On the Technical Misconceptions of Wireless Edge Caching"
Javier Rodriguez Fernandez, Nuria Gonzalez-Prelcic and Robert W. Heath Jr."Hybrid Precoding for Radar Aided MmWave V2I Communications Supporting Antenna Diversity"
Yongpeng Wu, Angel Lozano and Ming Zhao"Low-Complexity MIMO Precoding with Discrete Signals and Statistical CSI"
Sheng Yang"MIMO Phase Noise channels: multiplexing gain and efficient decoding algorithms"

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