IEEE ICC 2014 REGISTRATION*
Registration opens Monday, January 27, 2014.
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The Registration Center will be located at the Hilton Sydney Hotel. All attendees and accompanying guests must register and receive a conference badge in order to participate in conference activities.
Hours of operation for the Registration and Information Desks will be:
|| 9 June
|| 15:00 - 18:00
|| 10 June
|| 08:00 - 19:00
|| 11 June
|| 08:00 - 18:00
|| 12 June
|| 08:00 - 16:00
|| 13 June
|| 08:00 - 16:00
|| 14 June
|| 08:00 - 14:00
- Photo ID required. Individuals are responsible for picking up their own Registration packages.
Registration is required for ALL participants of IEEE ICC 2014.
Authors must be registered by Thursday, 20 February 2014.
Please do not share your registration confirmation code with anyone else. Although the code enables submission of up to three papers, it can only be used once, by you, to create on author account for these submissions.
PLEASE NOTE: To be published in the IEEE ICC 2014 Conference Proceedings and IEEE Xplore®, an author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference at the full or limited (member or non-member) rate and the paper must be presented by an author of that paper at the conference unless the TPC Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter arranged in advance of the event and who is qualified both to present and answer questions. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to uploading the final IEEE formatted, publication-ready version of the paper. For authors with multiple accepted papers, one full or limited registration is valid for up to 3 papers. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE ICC 2014 Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore®.
|FULL and LIMITED REGISTRATION
||ON/BY 9 MAY
||AFTER 9 MAY
|RG-01 - Full IEEE ComSoc Member
|RG-02 - Full IEEE Member1
|RG-03 - Limited IEEE ComSoc Member
|RG-04 - Limited IEEE Member1
|RG-05 - Full Non Member2
|RG-06 - Limited Non Member2
|ONE DAY REGISTRATION
||ON/BY 9 MAY
||AFTER 9 MAY
|RG-07 - 1 Day IEEE ComSoc Member
|RG-08 - 1 Day IEEE Member
|RG-09 - 1 Day Non Member
|LIFE, STUDENT, WORKSHOP, TUTORIAL, and IF&E
||ON/BY 9 MAY
||AFTER 9 MAY
|RG-10 - IEEE Life Member
|RG-11 - IEEE Student Member (FULL TIME STUDENTS ONLY)
|RG-12 - Student Non-Member
|RG-13 - Workshop/Tutorial One-day pass (with conference reg.)3
|RG-14 - Workshop/Tutorial Two-day pass (with conference reg.)3
|RG-15 – Workshop/Tutorial One-day pass Only
|RG-16 – Workshop/Tutorial Two-day pass Only
|RG-17 - Industry Forum and Exhibition Access Only
1 Includes complimentary IEEE ComSoc membership (digital delivery of IEEE Communications Magazine)
2 Includes complimentary affiliate ComSoc membership (digital delivery of IEEE Communications Magazine)
3 The discount for workshop/tutorial days passes applies to full or limited conference registrations (RG-01 to RG-06) and student and life member registrations (RG-10 to RG-12).
Full Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Plenary, Technical Sessions, Awards Luncheon, Conference Banquet, Industry Forum & Exhibition, and Proceedings
Limited Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Plenary, Technical Sessions, Industry Forum & Exhibition, and Proceedings
One Day Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Plenary, Technical Sessions, Industry Forum & Exhibition, and Proceedings
Student Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Plenary, Technical Sessions, Industry Forum & Exhibition, and Proceedings
Life Member Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Plenary, Technical Sessions, Industry Forum & Exhibition and Proceedings
Workshop/Tutorial one- or two-day passes: Tutorial Notes, Workshop Proceedings, coffee breaks and attending any tutorial or workshop session on the selected day or both days
Industrial Forum and Exhibition Only Registration Includes: Welcome Reception, Keynotes, Industry Forum & Exhibition
Accompanying Companion/Spouse/Significant Other (also referred to as "Guest"): You are allowed to register only one Guest, who will receive a GUEST badge. Your Guest will not be allowed to attend any conference sessions. However, you may purchase Social Event Tickets for your Guest. Guests must not be an author or co-author.ALL GUEST REGISTRATIONS WILL BE VERIFIED FOR EVALUATION.
TUTORIALS and WORKSHOPS REGISTRATION
By purchasing a one- or two-day workshop/tutorial pass, you can attend any tutorial or workshop session on the selected day or both days subject to seating availability. The registration fee also includes Welcome Reception, notes and a coffee break on day of the tutorial/workshop. Please indicate which tutorial or workshop you will attend for seating allocation.
Tuesday, 10 June Morning Tutorials (9:00-12:30)
T1: Cooperative Near-Capacity Wireless System Design
T2: Greening Core, Data Centre and Content Distribution Networks
T3: M2M Communications and Next Generation Global loT
T4: Network Coding: From Theory to Practice
T5: Small Cells: Capacity, Mobility and Energy Efficiency Perspectives
Tuesday, 10 June Afternoon Tutorials (14:00-17:30)
T6: Evolution Towards 5G Cellular Networks: A Radio Resource and Interference Management Perspective
T7: Recent Advances in Communication Infrastructures for Smart Grid Rose
T8: Erasure Coding for Cloud Communication and Storage
T9: Wi-Fi Data Offloading
T10: Participatory Wireless Networking
Saturday, 14 June Morning Tutorials (9:00-12:30)
T11: OpenFlow, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
T12: Wireless Powered Communication: Opportunities and Challenges
T13: Revisit the Cellular: A Hyper-cellular Framework for Green and Smart (5G) Mobile Communication Systems
T14: Visible Light Communication in the Intelligent Transportation System
T15: Game-Theoretic Methods for Device-to-Device Communications
Saturday, 14 June Afternoon Tutorials (14:00-17:30)
T16: Distributed Mobility Management for Future Internet
T17: Blind signal identification ofr emerging intelligent radio systems: Classical approaches and new trends
T18: Designing Intelligent Energy Harvesting Communication Networks
T19: Data Center Networking
T20: Optimal Resource Management for Future Cellular and Heterogeneous Networks
All workshop authors need to register by Saturday, 15 March 2014.
PLEASE NOTE: To be published in the IEEE ICC 2014 Workshop Proceedings and IEEE Xplore®, an author of an accepted workshop paper is required to register for the workshop and the paper must be presented at the workshop by an author of that paper at the conference unless the TPC Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter arranged in advance of the event and who is qualified both to present and answer questions. Non-refundable Workshop registration fees must be paid prior to uploading the final IEEE formatted, publication-ready version of the workshop paper. For authors with multiple accepted workshop papers, one workshop registration is valid for up to 3 papers in that workshop. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE ICC 2014 Workshop Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore®.
Workshop Registration FAQ
- Q: One of the authors of our paper has registered for the conference; since then her paper was accepted. Could we use the registration confirmation code on our workshop registration?
A: No, to present at a workshop the author should also register for the day of that workshop. However, given that the author is already registered for the conference, the workshop day pass will be discounted (i.e. RG-13 or RG-14 can be used).
- Q: If an author has two accepted papers on different workshops, say WPLS and MASSAP, is one registration valid for his two papers?
A: If the workshops are scheduled on the same day, yes. Otherwise a two day pass should be obtained.
- Q: To register our paper and present at the workshop, is it OK if we register any of them from RG-10 to RG-17? Could we just register a one-day pass only registration for uploading the final manuscript and presenting our paper at the workshop? What is the difference between RG-13 and RG-15? How does the discount in RG-13 work exactly?
A: RG-10 to RG-12 are sufficient for attending or presenting at workshops. RG17 is only for attending industry forums. RG-13 to RG-16 should be used to register for workshops and upload papers. RG-13 and RG-14 are the discounted versions of RG-15 and RG-16 for those people who have registered for the main conference. This discount applies to full or limited conference registrations (RG-01 to RG-06) and student and life member registrations (RG-10 to RG-12).
Tuesday, 10 June (9:00-17:30)
W1: Wireless Physical Layer Security (WPLS)
W2: Massive Uncoordinated Access Protocols (MASSAP)
W3: Small Cell and 5G Networks (SmallNets)
W4: Communications in Underground and Confined Environments (Underground)
W5: Secure Networking and Forensic Computing (SNFC)
W6: Multimedia Communications & Services (MCS) WORKSHOP CANCELLED
W7: M2M Communications for Next Generation to loT (M2M)
Saturday, 14 June (9:00-17:30)
W8: 5G Technologies (including ultra-low latency) (5gWS)
W9: Fiber-Wireless Integrated Technologies, Systems and Networks (FWITSN)
W10: Advance in Network Localization and Navigation (ANLN)
W11: Advances in Public Safety and Emergency Communications (APSEC)
W12: QoE-centric Network and Application Management (QoENAM)
W13: Cooperative and Cognitive Mobile Networks (CoCoNet 4)
W14: Energy Efficiency in Wireless Networks & Wireless for Energy Efficiency (E2Nets)
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