48th Wireless World Research Forum Abu Dhabi, UAE
This is a reminder that the deadline for receipt of abstracts for our 48th meeting is 15th September. Further details are at https://wwrf.tii.ae/ or in the attached brochure. Note the organizer will again be offering travel grants to selected students presenting contributed papers, there will be a prize for the best paper, and the best papers will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. We look forward to your contributions and hope to see you in Abu Dhabi in November.
The 48th edition of the international and world-renowned Wireless World Research Forum will be held in Abu Dhabi from 07 to 09 November 2022. With the theme “Wireless Innovation for a Better World”, WWRF 48 will offer a great opportunity for all attendees to be part of designing the wireless future by joining us for three days of wide-ranging discussions, presentations, innovative brain-storming and expert level networking. Since WWRF is the unique Forum where the whole wireless community can tackle the key research challenges, by attending the event you will be able to (i) focus your future wireless strategies by discussing the views of industry leaders, (ii) facilitate future standardization by harmonizing views at the research stage, (iii) pick-up the trends and new ideas in wireless communications, (iv) share insights on research directions and visions of the Wireless World. Selected contributions, presented in the Working Group sessions, will be published in a peer reviewed journal and would be automatically candidates for the Best Paper award. Travel grants (Student Bursaries) are available for deserving student contributors for presenting their contributions during the conference. Find out more on registration details and invited speakers on the website at https://wwrf.tii.ae/ Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and its second most populated city after Dubai. The UAE has 7 Emirates, Abu Dhabi being by far the largest among them covering almost 90% of the total land of the emirates. The centre of the city with its 1.4 million inhabitants is located on a 70 km2 island in the Persian Gulf right in the middle of a protected mangrove belt that invites visitors to explore with a guided or unguided kayak tour. Abu Dhabi has 700 kilometers of coastline and 200 islands.