IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference
8–11 January 2023 // Las Vegas, NV // USA

Call for Papers

Software Defined Wireless Networks (SDWN) is emerging as a potential enabler of major innovation in many wireless networks ranging from Wi-Fi networks to Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet of Things. Inspired by the success of SDN, SDWN aims to address issues faced in wireless networks such as resource management and optimisation, reliability, and security. At the same time, there are several questions that need to be addressed before SDWN could be fully adopted by the industry.

The 1st International Workshop on Software Defined Wireless Networks aims to bring together scientists and developers who are active in this ever-growing domain with stakeholders from the wireless communications industry. We expect this workshop to help foster a community around SDWN and enable discussions between players in this ever-growing area. The workshop addresses a range of research issues in SDWN, and we invite scientists, engineers, and decision-makers from government, industry, and academia to present technical papers on their research and development results in the following areas:

  • Programmability and Virtualisation
  • Resource Optimisation and Management
  • Mobility Management
  • SDWN Architectures
  • SDWN Applications
  • SDWN Security and Security Applications
  • SDWN for 6G
  • Open-Radio Access Network (O-RAN)
  • Machine Learning Techniques in SDWNs
  • SDWNs Simulation and Testing Techniques
  • Roadmap to SDWN Adoption and Standardization