Welcome to IEEE ICCT 2024

You are welcomed to 2024 IEEE 24th International Conference on Communication Technology in Chengdu, China during October 18-20, 2024. It's co-sponsored by IEEE Beijing Section and UESTC, technically sponsored by IEEE Chengdu Section. This year's conference promises to be an exciting event, bringing together researchers, academics, industry professionals, and students from all over the world to share their latest research findings, ideas, and innovations.

The IEEE International Conference on Communications Technology was jointly initiated and organized by IEEE Beijing Section and IEEE ComSoc in 1986. It has been successfully held for 23 sessions to date and is one of the highest-level academic events in the field of communication technology in China. It is also an international gathering for research in information and communication technology.

The theme of this year is "Communications Empower New Development ", with a commitment to exploring academic hotspots and industry trends within the field of Communication Technology. We believe that communication technology has a crucial role to play in addressing the challenges and creating a better future for all. The conference program includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, paper presentations, and poster sessions, covering a wide range of topics related to communication technology, including but not limited to, wireless communications, internet of things, artificial intelligence, and social media.

We hope that you will find the conference informative, engaging, and enjoyable. We also encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities to explore the host city and its rich cultural heritage.

Welcome to Chengdu! -- Let's work together to create a sustainable future through communication technology.

Call For Papers

Special Session 1 - Digital Twin Online Channel Modeling: Theories, Measurements, and Applications

Track 1. Communication and Information Theory

Track 2. Signal Processing For Communications

Track 3. Integrated Sensing and Communication

Track 4. Intelligent and Semantic Communications

Track 5. AI for Communications and Networks

Track 6. Cloud and Edge Computing

Track 7. Mobile and Wireless Networks

Track 8. Internet-Of-Things & Sensor Networks

Track 9. Space-Air-Ground Communication and Space Networking

Track 10. Communication And Information Security

Track 11. Communication QoS, Reliability & Modeling

Track 12. Optical Communications and Networks

Track 13. Green Communication Systems & Networks

Track 14. Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces

Track 15. Aerial Communications, UAV Communications, Vehicular Networks

Conference Proceedings

Important Dates

2024-Aug. 20

Submission Due

2024-Sept. 15

Notification Due

2024-Sept. 25

Camera-ready Due

2024-Sept. 25

Registration Due

Visit Chengdu

The giant pandas are not only a Chinese national treasure but are also beloved by people the world over. When visitors from home and abroad come to Chengdu, Sichuan, one of their main objectives will be to see this lovely animal for themselves. The Giant Panda Museum was opened in 1993 to further scientific education and to improve public awareness of the protection of both wild creatures and their environment. This is the world's only thematic museum for rare and endangered animal species.

Sanxingdui Museum (Three-Star Piles Museum) is located in Northeast of Three-Star Piles archeological site. Covering an exhibition area of 4,000 square meters (nearly 1 acre), and opened in October 1997 this is an archeological museum with excellent modern facilities. The cultural relics preserved here were mostly unearthed from the Three-Star Piles site. Three-Star Piles site is a cultural relic of the ancient Shu (Sichuan). It is an important archeological discovery which changed the people's understanding of ancient history and culture. If you want to visit a place to know more about Chinese Shu (Sichuan) culture, make it this one, for the civilization shown by the cultural relics can be called a true wonder.

Dujiangyan Irrigation System is honored as the 'Treasure of Sichuan', which still plays a crucial role in draining off floodwater, irrigating farms and providing water resources for more than 50 cities in the province. Dujiangyan is the oldest and only surviving no-dam irrigation system in the world; and a wonder in the development of Chinese science. The project consists of three important parts, namely Yuzui, Feishayan and Baopingkou scientifically designed to automatically control the water flow of the rivers from the mountains to the plains throughout the year.

Welcome to Chengdu

Keynote Speakers

Xuemin Shen

University of Waterloo, Canada

Geoffrey Ye Li

Imperial College London, UK

Sumei Sun

Agency For Science, Technology And Research (A*STAR), Singapore

Zhisheng Niu

Tsinghua University, China

Meixia Tao

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Fumiyuki Adachi

Tohoku University, Japan

Honggang Zhang

Zhejiang Laboratory, China

Jianhua Zhang

Beijing University of Posts And Telecommunications, China

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