IEEE CAMAD 2023 will be held as a stand-alone event in Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland. This year IEEE CAMAD will focus on ‘Connected and Collective Intelligence for Beyond 5G and 6G Technologies’. IEEE CAMAD will be hosting Workshops and Special Sessions, bringing together a diverse group of scientists, engineers, manufacturers and providers to exchange and share their experiences. In addition, the conference will also include keynote speeches, panel and demo sessions.

Areas of Interest

IEEE CAMAD is soliciting papers describing original work, unpublished and not currently submitted for publication elsewhere on topics include, but not limited to the following:

  • Wireless communications for cyber-physical Digital Twin application systems
  • Data-driven and IoT-based Digital Twin networks for real-time communication
  • Self-organizing Digital Twin-enabled IoT systems and applications
  • Trustworthy AI enabled Digital Twin applications
  • Fault Management in B5G and 6G networks
  • Zero Touch Network & System Management and Orchestration
  • Federated Optimizations and Networked Edge Intelligence
  • Wireless PHY and MAC layers for B5G and 6G: design, analysis, and optimization
  • Industrial IoT and Industry 5.0
  • 5G Multitenant Networks and End-to-End Network slicing
  • AI and Big Data for Intelligent 6G Networks
  • Blockchain for Beyond 5G and 6G Networks
  • Cross-layer design for massive MIMO and multiuser MIMO networks
  • Quantum Communications and Networking
  • Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Architectures and Networks
  • Energy efficiency and Energy harvesting in wireless networks
  • Mobile big data and network data analytics
  • Mobile Edge and Fog Computing Systems
  • Trust, Security and Privacy of B5G and 6G networks
  • Multimedia QoS, and traffic management
  • Multiple access in machine-to-machine communication
  • Optical Communications & Fiber Optics for B5G and 6G networks
  • Quality of Experience and Services: Framework, Evaluation and Challenges
  • Smart Grids: Communication, Modeling and Design
  • Ultra low-latency and ultra high-reliability B5G communications
  • Wireless body area networks and e-health services


Prospective authors are invited to submit a full paper of not more than six (6) + two (2) (2 as extra to be paid) IEEE style pages including results, figures and references. Papers should be submitted via following EDAS. Papers submitted to the conference, must describe unpublished work that has not been submitted for publication elsewhere. All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three TPC members. All accepted and presented papers will be included in the conference proceedings and IEEE digital library.

Important Dates

Paper submission:    31 July 2023  18 August  2023
Author notification:  1 October 2023
Camera ready:         10 October 2023

Submit a Paper on the event’s website.

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