Call for Posters
Please fill your Poster Abstract into the following box, then click Submission button.
Poster Submission Guidelines
- Title, author and abstract must be submitted via the website.
- The abstract must be less than 250 words and entered as plain text.
- Poster size is A1 portrait. The presenters are responsible for preparing their own poster.
Scope and Motivation
The 2019 Australian Communication Theory Workshop (AusCTW) will be hosted by the University of Sydney between 4th to 5th February 2019. AusCTW will bring together researchers and post-graduate students in physical layer communications, signal processing, coding, and information theory.
Topics of Interest
To ensure covering sufficient breadth and depth of the advances in communications technologies and Information and Coding Theory for the current and future systems, the 2019 AusCTW cordially invites posters in, but not limited to, the following topical areas:
Big data analytics
Coding theory and practice
Cognitive radio and networks
Communication systems security
Communication QoS, reliability and Modeling
Compressed sensing and sparsity
Cross-layer design and optimisation
Data storage and coded caching
Device-to-device and machine-to-machine communications
Enabling technologies for 5G networks
Information theory and statistics
Internet of things
Molecular and nano-scale communications
Network coding and applications
Next generation networking and Internet
Smart grid communications
All student attendees need to present a poster at the Workshop. The posters can feature their unpublished or recently published/submitted research work. Abstracts are not subject to peer review and may only appear in the Workshop media. Hence, poster presentation does not interfere with any potential publication plan.