Presentation Submission : 25th October 2020 Early Bird Registration: 19th October 2020
Conference : 28th -31st October 2020
Full Paper Submission:28th September 2020
Acceptance Notification: 9th October 2020
Final Paper Submission: 24th October 2020
Presentation Submission : 25th October 2020
Early Bird Registration: 19th October 2020
Continuing from the outstanding success of IEEE UEMCON 2019, we are very proud to present UEMCON 2020 which will provide an opportunity for researchers, educators, and students to discuss and exchange ideas on issues, trends, and developments in Computing, Electronics, and Mobile Communication. The conference aims to bring together scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds to emphasize the dissemination of ongoing research in the fields of Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics, and Mobile Communication. Research papers are invited describing original work in the above-mentioned fields and related technologies. The conference will include a peer-reviewed program of technical sessions.
Unlike the previous years, the conference committee decided to conduct this year's UEMCON as a fully online conference. The safety and well-being of our participants are of the utmost importance to IEEE UEMCON Committee members. In March 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Covid-19 a pandemic. After careful consideration and in light of the global health emergency and pervasive travel restrictions, we have made the difficult decision to conduct UEMCON 2020 as a fully virtual conference.
All accepted papers will be presented virtually during the parallel sessions of the conference and the accepted, presented papers will be submitted for publication at IEEE Xplore® digital library (Scopus, Ei Compendex, Web of Science and Google Scholar).
UEMCON 2020 will be listed in the conference listing HERE.
This conference will also promote an intense dialogue between academia and industry to bridge the gap between academic research, industry initiatives, and governmental policies. This is fostered through panel discussions, keynotes, invited talks, and industry exhibits where academia is exposed to state-of-practice and results from trials and interoperability experiments. The industry in turn benefits by exposure to leading-edge research in networking as well as the opportunity to communicate with academic researchers regarding practical problems that require further research.