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Call for papers for the IEEE GLOBECOM’21 – SAC: Full-Duplex Communications

28 May 2021

Track Chair
Dirk Slock, EURECOM, France, dirk.slock@eurecom.fr

Scope and Motivation
Supported by the respective IEEE ComSoc ETI, the Full-Duplex Communications track in the Selected Areas in Communication Symposium follows the ICC’21 edition and continues the workshop series from ICC’17 through ICC’20, including GLOBECOM’17 and GLOBECOM’18 . The track welcomes original and innovative research in all technical areas on full-duplex communications, encouraging high-quality papers that report state-of-the-art advances at both industry and academia.

Topics of Interest
The Full-Duplex Communications track seeks original contributions in all areas and levels of wireless and wired communication systems that involve in-band full-duplex (FD), i.e., same-frequency simultaneous transmit and receive (STAR) operation in some relevant form. E.g. wireless system aspects include:

  • Advanced antenna and transceiver designs for full-duplex
  • Experimental evaluation of full-duplex transceivers and networks
  • Advanced self-interference cancellation techniques for full-duplex
  • Modelling of self-interference and channel measurements for FD
  • MIMO and mmWave full-duplex transceiver design
  • Performance analysis of full-duplex transceivers, systems and networks
  • New FD MIMO techniques for multiuser interference cancellation
  • Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and full-duplex techniques
  • Physical layer security and full-duplex techniques
  • Full-duplex relaying and cooperative communications
  • Cognitive radio and full-duplex techniques
  • Full-duplex techniques with wireless power and energy harvesting
  • Full-duplex device-to-device and M2M communications
  • Full-duplex small cell deployments, dynamic TDD and heterogeneous networks
  • Ultra-reliable low-latency MAC and routing protocols for FD networks
  • Cross-layer design and virtualization for full-duplex networks
  • Resource allocation, medium access control, and scheduling for full- duplex systems