Colloquiums

CSNDSP 2024 follows the long lasting tradition of past events to host dedicated Colloquiums on topics of high relevance to the fields of Communications, Networks and Digital Signal Processing. For these event, find below the list of colloquiums and their scope

COLL1 - 9th Biennial Colloquium on Optical Wireless Communications

  • The 9th colloquium on optical wireless communications (OWC), one of the largest event, provides a forum for researchers, product and system engineers and systems developers to present and discuss their latest research results in OWC.Close scope

COLL2 - 2nd Colloquium on Optical Fiber Devices and Sensing applications

  • This colloquium focuses on recent advances and developments in novel systems, concepts, structures, theories, materials and applications for optical fiber devices and sensing applications. The main objective of this colloquium is to provide a platform for international experts to discuss the new technologies and potential applications of optical fiber sensors, nonlinear fiber optics, fiber lasers, special fibers, and fiber technologies and applications in urban construction, environmental monitoring and power system. On the other hand, we also pay attention to the latest developments of optical fiber sensors in biochemical detection and the important applications of nonlinear fiber optics in ultrafast photonics, microscopic spectroscopy, etc. Finally, we will discuss and communication the various new optical fiber sensors based on surface plasmon resonance effect.Close scope

COLL3 - FutuRe Optical NeTworking – FRONT

  • Future generations of fixed networks will necessitate significant advances in several aspects of optical network technology. This Colloquium is dedicated to discovering technologies that enable progress towards the following generations and researching architectural adjustments necessary to manage future demands and use cases. The objective is to allow a revolution in fixed network technology, leading to huge Fiber-To-The-Everywhere/Everything (FTTE) networks that can support new service categories, that can reach new markets and end users. In this time of transition and post-pandemics, our objective is to renew our academic dialogue in a casual setting, freely discussing future communications technologies and reconnecting with peers, in a type of Academic Salon. This Research Colloquium is open to renowned academics and industry specialists in the subject.Close scope

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Important dates

Today is

Monday, 15 April 2024

Full paper due

14 March 2024 Expired

Notification of acceptance

14 April 2024 Expired

Final paper submission

30 April 2024

Registration opens

1 April 2024 Opened

Early bird registration closes

31 May 2024

Supporting grants application deadline

30 June 2024

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