The Wireless Days Conference is a major international conference which aims to bring together researchers, technologists and visionaries from academia, research centers and industry, engineers and students to exchange, discuss, and share their experiences, ideas and research results about theoretical and practical aspects of wireless networking.
After the successful editions of 2008 in Dubai, UAE (43.8% acceptance ratio), 2009 in Paris, France (37.6% acceptance ratio), 2010 in Venice, Italy (32.6% acceptance ratio), 2011 in Niagara Falls, Canada (35% acceptance ratio), 2012 in Dublin, Ireland (34.8% acceptance ratio), 2013 in Valencia, Spain (34.2% acceptance ratio), and 2014 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the eight edition of Wireless Days will be held in Toulouse, France, on March 23-25, 2016. Wireless Days 2016 will include presentations of both theoretical and experimental achievements, innovative wireless systems, prototyping efforts, case studies and advances in technology related to wireless networking and communication infrastructures.
The Wireless Days 2016 program will be split into the following 7 conference tracks:
Track 1: 5G and Beyond Track 2: Wireless Communications Track 3: Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Track 4: Vehicular and Delay Tolerant Networks Track 5: Wireless Models and Simulations Track 6: Mobile Networks Protocols and Applications Track 7: Wireless Security
Wireless Days 2014 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE & IFIP. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
André-Luc Beylot, Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSEEIHT, IRIT, France
Thierry Gayraud, Université de Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier, LAAS-CNRS, France
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Emmanuel Chaput, Université de Toulouse, INP-ENSEEIHT, IRIT, France
Pascal Berthou, Université de Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier, LAAS-CNRS, France
Manuel P. Ricardo, INESC TEC, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Toulouse also called "the pink city" due to its red brick-made houses is the fourth biggest city in France and the Aeronautics and Space capital in Europe. All the major actors of the field are present in Toulouse where many Airbus aircrafts (A380 for instance) are build from pieces coming from all over Europe. Toulouse is also one of the biggest french city in terms of students number and famous universities, research labs and engineer schools.
Detailed informations about Travel and Venue are available on the Travel and Venue page of this Web site, including visas.
Conference Opening : March 23rd, 2016
Final program is online (2016/03/20):
see PROGRAM page on the site!
Late registration (after 13th): for security reasons, Airbus visit won't be possible for these attendees