KSU, Marietta, GA, USA | December 19-21, 2022

Symposium: Secure, Automated and Intelligent 6G and Beyond Networks

The demand for connectivity is increasing at an exponential rate as wireless communication is becoming more and more essential sto our daily lives. 6G networks are being rolled out. The network revolution focuses on how to connect and control the billions of machines in our digital future. The key drivers for the network evolution are demand of high speed, and ultra-low latency. Therefore, our 6G Symposium focuses on:


- 6G network virtualization, security and privacy issues
- Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence for 6G
- 6G Network Management and Orchestration
- Milli-meter waves and Terahertz communication
- Ultra-Low Latency and Reliable Communications for 6G
- Other allied areas related to 6G

Theme and Introduction:

The purpose of this symposium is to bring the researchers from academia and industry under one roof to share their views on the evolution of mobile technology towards 6G and beyond 6G. The 6G vision encapsulates connecting everything and everywhere using range of frequency spectrum from low to high frequencies. 6G network virtualization allows the partitioning of hardware resources into functions that can be controlled by software i.e., network functions virtualization (NFV) that can directly optimize the network services. The control and forwarding planes are detached in this approach. The network management using software-defined networking (SDN) approach establishes a centralized view of the network. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques have great potential to tackle network complexity challenges in the 6G and beyond networks. The state-of-the-art AI/ML techniques can be exploited for the design and optimization of 6G architecture and network orchestration in a cost-efficient manner. This symposium aims to explore recent advances and state-of-the-art technologies to support the design and optimization of 6G and beyond 6G networks. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:


- 6G Architectures and network virtualization
- 6G security and privacy issues
- 6G Physical Layer
- UAV-assisted wireless communication
- Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence for 6G
- 6G network management and orchestration
- Milli-meter waves and Terahertz communication
- Integrating terrestrial and non-terrestrial networks
- 6G’s and 6G’s high radio frequencies risks to human health
- Ultra-Low Latency and Reliable Communications for 6G
- Energy-efficient scheduling and Radio resource management
- Reconfigurable Intelligent surfaces for 6G
- 6G RAN Network Management and Orchestration
- Edge and Cloud Computing

Papers Submissions:

Papers that present original work, validated by experimentation, simulation, or analysis, testbeds, field-trials, or real deployments are welcome. All papers should be submitted via EDAS. Start with the link below.

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