Special Session II
Call for Papers on QoE/QoS for Future Networks and Their Applications
QoS (Quality of Service) guarantee and QoE (quality of experience) management are very important for end users in future networks and their applications. Also, towards the year of 2030 (including 6G networks) and beyond, many novel applications (e.g., holographic type communications, tactile internet for remote operations, and digital twins) leading to increasingly intertwined human and machine communications are expected to emerge, and the new applications usually trigger new services and introduce challenging requirements, for example, ultra-high bandwidth, ultra-low latency, high reliability, and high security.
Conventional QoS and QoE technologies may be hard to handle a huge variety of requirements mentioned above. Therefore, we need to study the QoS and QoE technologies to satisfy the requirements for future networks and their applications. Also, in order to achieve high quality of services for each end user without depending on factors such as work types, environment conditions, and skill of each user, we need to take account of the application of machine learning and intelligent decision ability for QoS and QoE.
You are invited to present and discuss communications quality, reliability, and security in future networks and their applications.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
• QoE/QoS Metrics and Measurement
• Optimization and Control of QoE/QoS
• Network Performance and Management
• QoS Policy
• Resource Allocation and Management
• Network Security and Reliability
• Scheduling and Buffer Management
• Traffic Control
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Chair: Assoc. Prof. Pingguo Huang, Gifu Shotoku Gakuen University, Japan
Pingguo Huang, received the B.E. degree from Guilin Institute of Electronic Technology, Guilin, China, in 2003, and received the M.E. and Ph. D degree from Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nagoya, Japan, in 2010 and 2013, respectively. From 2013 to 2017, he served as an Assistant Professor at Tokyo University of Science and worked as a lecturer at Seijoh university from 2017 to 2020. Currently, he is an associate professor at Gifu Shotoku Gakuen University. His research interests include QoS (Quality of Service) control and QoE (Quality of Experience) assessment in networked multimedia. He is a member of IEEE, IEICE, and IEEJ.