Conference Proceedings

The 4th World Symposium on Communication Engineering (WSCE 2021)
Date: November 25-28, 2021
Place: University of Macedonia, Greece (Online Conference)
Publisher: IEEE Press
ISBN: 978-0-7381-1345-6
Online: Click
Index: EI Compendex, SCOPUS

About the Conference

For COVID-19 epidemic spreading, The 4th World Symposium on Communication Engineering (WSCE 2021) was held hybridly from November 25-28, 2021, as a workshop of ICICN 2021. WSCE 2021 is co-sponsored by OPSS China, and IEEE, Organized by University of Macedonia, technical supported by Nagoya Institute of Technology etc.

Keynote and Invite Speeches

Prof. Zhiyi Wei
Institute of Physics (IOP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Progress of Ultra-Low Phase Noise Optical Frequency Comb and Coherent Frequency Transfer

Prof. Xianbin Wang
Fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering and IEEE Fellow
Western University, Canada
Title: From 5G to 6G: Wireless Evolution in a Hyper-Connected World

Prof. Lingyang Song
IEEE Fellow
Beijing University, China
Title: MetaEverything: Intelligent MetaMaterial aided Sensing and Communications

Prof. Feifei Gao
IEEE Fellow
Tsinghua University, China
Title: Deep Learning for Physical Layer Communications: An Attempt towards 6G

Prof. Alexey Kavokin
Headliner Award
Westlake University, China
Title: Qubits Based on Liquide Light: A Polarition Platform for Quantum Computation

Prof. John C.S. Lui
ACM, IEEE and HKAES Fellow
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Title: Optimizing Mixture Importance Sampling and Online Learning for Network Simulations

Best Oral Presentation

Session: Mobile Communications and Wireless Networks
Title: Dirty Paper Coding Based Weighted Throughout Maximization for UAV-Mounted Wireless Systems
Yanjie Dong, Shenzhen University, China

Session: Computer and Intelligent Communication System
Title: A Method of Soft-Sensing Log-Likelihood Ratios Based on Broad Learning System for NAND Flash Memories
Kainan Ma, Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Session: Optoelectronic Technology and Optical Communication
Title: High-Repetition-Rate Pulsed Yb-Doped Fiber Laser Based on Hybrid Plasmonic Microfiber Resonator
Zi-xuan Ding, Nanjing University, China

Session: Signal Theory and Analysis
Title: All-fiber Frequency Shifter with a lower Frequency Shift for the Coherent Detection
Zhengwei Zhang, Shanghai University, China

Session: Advanced Information Network and Security
Title: A Traffic and Energy Based Detection and Prevention of DDoS Attacks on Nodes to in WSN
Taehwa Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Session: Optical Communication and Wireless Communication Technology
Title: Mode-locked Vortex Fiber Lasers based on High-Order Mode Conversion
Haocun Wu, Shanghai University, China

Session: Mobile Communication and Data Transmission
Title: Optimising Decision Making on Communication Systems The Federated Learning Approach
Konstantinos Stergiou, University of Macedonia, Greece
Title: Neural Networks Applied for Broadcast Channels
Mohammad Abuabdoh, University of South Florida, US

Session: Intelligent Image Analysis and Processing
Title: Dual External Contextual Attention Network for Pseudomyxoma Peritonei Segmentation in CT Images
Gao Jingran, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Session: Intelligent Control System and Information Management
Title: Span-based Joint Extracting Subjects and Objects and Classifying Relations with Multi-head Self-attention
Xuanang Zheng, East China Normal University, China

Session: Future Communication Technology and Development
Title: Optimization the effects of Asphalt and soil on Underground Magneto-Inductive Communication and Localization
Menghao Chu, Beijing University of Technology, China

Session: Internet of Things and Communication Engineering
Title: Artificial Intelligence ANTi-Attack System (AIANTAS) for IoT Cyberspace: An Upcoming Cloud-based Security Architecture for Police Authorities
Vasileios A. Memos, University of Macedonia, Greece

Session: Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology
Title: Diverse Implementations Of The Lorenz System for Teaching Non-Linear Chaotic Circuits
Sotirios K. Goudos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Title: Enhanced Robot Position Control Using Force Information for Mobile Robots: Influences of Obstacles on Cooperative Work
Yutaka Ishibashi, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan