IEEE Latin-American Conference on Communications
30 November–2 December 2022 // Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Call for Tutorials

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The LATINCOM 2022 Organizing Committee is inviting submissions of tutorials in the same areas listed in the Call for Papers, copy-pasted below:


Mobile and Wireless Networking

– Cellular systems, 4G/5G/B5G/6G

– Cognitive radio networks

– Device-to-device/machine-to-machine communications

– Green wireless networks

– Large-scale LEO satellite networking

– Opportunistic wireless networks

– Pervasive and wearable computing and networking

– Reconfigurable wireless networks

– Software-defined wireless networks

– Underwater wireless networks

– Vehicular networks


– Wireless network virtualization

– Wireless multimedia networks

– WLAN, WPAN, and other home/personal networking technologies

– Wireless networking techniques based on AI


Communication Services, Software and Multimedia Applications

– Cooperative networking for streaming media content

– E-health, E-governance, E-agriculture, etc.

– High quality service provisioning for multimedia applications

– Location-based services

– ML techniques for video delivery and service

– ML techniques for multimedia content analysis

– Multimedia cloud, streaming, multicast and broadcast services

– Multimedia fog/edge computing and communication

– QoE and QoS

– Quality-oriented routing algorithms

– Real time communication services

– Service orchestration and management

– Service security and privacy

– Triple and quadruple play services


Communication QoS, Reliability and Performance Modeling

– Networks and communication systems modeling

– Networks and communications performance evaluation

– Reliability of systems and networks

– Traffic measurement, modeling, visualization, and engineering

– Security and trust in network design

– Integration aspects in IoT and Big Data systems

– Design of cloud, edge and other distributed computing networks

– QoS and network efficiency


Optical Networks

– AI and ML for optical systems and networks

– Big data driven optical networking

– Data analytics for optical networks

– Elastic, flexible rate and flexi-grid optical networks

– Free-space optical networks

– Optical network control and management

– Optical network survivability and availability

– Optical vehicular networks

– Optical and wireless convergence

– Routing and spectrum assignment for optical networks

– Software defined optical networks

– Ultraviolet communications and networks

– Underwater optical communications

– Virtualization and slicing in optical networks

– Visible light communications


Communications Theory & Signal Processing

– Communication theory of ad-hoc and sensor networks

– Communication theory of distributed and edge computing

– Communication theory of networks and cross-layer design

– Multi-antenna, multi-user and multi-node systems

– Radio communications

– Satellite & space communications

– Signal processing techniques in 5G/B5G/6G

– Signal processing for QoS and QoE based applications

– Signal processing for smart grid and green communications

– Signal processing for sensor networks and IoT

– Signal processing for software defined and cognitive radio

– Signal processing for power line communications

– Signal processing for millimeter and tera-Hz communication

– Theoretical aspects of blockchain and ML in networks


Next-generation Networking and Internet

– 5G/B5G/6G architecture

– Blockchain in next generation communications and networks

– Content-centric networking

– Centralized-RAN and Cloud-RAN architectures

– Future Internet and next-generation networking architectures

– High speed architectures for next generation routers/switches

– Management of service-oriented control plane in 5G/B5G

– Network functions virtualization

– Next-generation access networks

– Next-generation anomaly-intrusion-attack detection/prevention

– Next-generation flow management

– Next-generation IP multimedia subsystem

– Next-generation network management and control

– Parallel architectures for next generation routers/switches

– Software-defined networking


AI, Big Data and ML for Networking

– AI and ML for 5G/B5G/6G and network slicing

– AI and ML for virtualized and software-defined networks

– AI, neural networks, and deep learning for network management

– Big data for smart cities and smart homes

– Big data for cloud computing and networking

– Big data for communications and networking

– Big data for smart grids

– Big data with IoT and cyber-physical systems

– Cloud and network data analytics, modeling and visualization

– Cooperative learning for software-defined and virtualized networks

– Data analytics for QoS and traffic classification

– Data analytics for faults and root-cause analysis

– Data-driven management of virtualized infrastructure

– Data-driven management of IoT and cyber-physical systems

– Data-driven management of SDN and data centers

– ML based distributed training and learning over-the-air

– Operational analytics and intelligence

– Predictive analytics and real-time analytics


Selected Areas in Communications

– Blockchain in communications and networks

– Cloud, fog and edge computing

– Internet-of-Things

– Smart cities and urban computing

– Smart grid communications

– Social networks, crowdsourcing, and crowdsensing

– Tactile Internet

Submission Format

A tutorial proposal must be written in English and submitted in PDF format, containing the following information:


– Title of the tutorial;

– Abstract, objectives and motivation;

– Timeliness and intended audience;

– Name, affiliation, and a short biography of each tutorial speaker;

– A description of the technical issues that the tutorial will address, emphasizing its timeliness;

– An outline of the tutorial content, including its tentative schedule. Please take into consideration that tutorials this year will happen in a virtual/online format;

– If appropriate, a description of the past/relevant experience of the speaker on the topic of the tutorial;

– A description of previous tutorial experience of the speaker(s), and past versions of the tutorial.


Tutorial proposals must be formatted as the standard IEEE double-column conference template and submitted in PDF on JEMS (Click here to submit your tutorial proposal). Maximum 4 pages are allowed for each proposal, including all illustrations and references.

Important Dates

– Paper submission deadline: 30 June 2022 1 August 2022(extended deadline)

– Notification of acceptance: 6 September 2022

– Camera-ready papers: 27 September 2022

– Authors registration deadline: 27 September 2022

– Conference dates:  30 November – 2 December 2022