International Workshop on Holographic Communication in conjunction of the Tenth International Conference on Information Systems and Computing Technology (ISCT 2022, Guilin, China, December 16-18, 2022)
Call for Papers
With the evolution of the mobile communication systems towards the sixth generation or 6G, it is anticipated that holographic communication will come into reality, holographic data will be transmitted, distributed, and accessed through the network, and holographic scenarios and applications will abound here and there in society. For example, holographic telepresence will allow people to beam themselves to a location thousands of miles away and interact with people there. However, in order to shape up holographic communication, it requires to overcome a whole bunch of challenges on all fronts, such as the generation of hologram, transmission of the holographic data, and rendering for display.
Recently, the learning based methods has emerged as a paradigm shift from the conventional simulation / optimization-based methods for computer-generated hologram, achieving a promising trade-off between quality and runtime. The holographic projection systems have constantly improvd with larger and faster spatial light modulators and phased array photonic integrated circuit. In addition, the superb performance of ultra-high bandwidth and extremely-low latency, which 6G is supposed to provide, will largely satisfy the demand of these holographic applications for immersive experience with massive amounts of data and real-time interactions.
Challenging but promising, it seems that holographic communication will make a huge impact on the society in the near future, fully taking advantage of the ubiquitous intelligence, distributed computing power, and extremely high network performance of 6G. In this respect, this workshop seeks to bring together academic researchers, industrial practitioners, and individuals working on this exciting research areas to share their innovative ideas, latest findings, and bold visions, and discuss the potential use cases, open research problems, technical challenges, and solution methods in the context.
We cordially invite submissions of the novel research on the application scenarios, enabling technologies, and system architectures aspects of holographic communication, including but not limited to:
– Cloud/Edge/Fog Computing
– Ubiquitous/Pervasive Computing
– High Performance Computing
– Green Computing
– Computer Generated Hologram
– Spatial Light Modulator
– Phased Array Technology
– Somatosensory Interaction
– Holographic Technology
– IOT & Sensor Networks
– 3D AI Modeling
– AI Game Engines
– Real Time AI Rendering
– Mobile & Wireless Networks
Authors should follow the IEEE guidelines when preparing their contributions (maximum paper length including reference: 5 pages with 10-pt font: https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html).
Submission website: https://csubmit.elspublishing.com/login
Deadline for Submission: October 05, 2022 (Extended November 15, 2022)
Registration Deadline: November 25, 2022
Conference Date: December 16-18, 2022
Fengyou Sun, Zhejiang Normal University, China — Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Fengyou Sun received his PhD degree in Information Security and Communication Technology from NTNU–Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway in 2020. He is currently working at the Department of Computer Science and Technology, Zhejiang Normal University. His research interests include applied probability and stochastic processes, especially queueing theory and stochastic network calculus, and their applications to wireless channels and computer networks. Recently, he has been doing research on the smart utilization of the wireless channel resources, like stochastic dependence, and the emergence of disruptive applications and the corresponding traffic engineering mechanisms, such as holographic communication.