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Workshop
May 10-13, 2015

Advance Registration
March 15, 2015

Poster Submission Deadline
Feb. 28, 2015


Call for Posters on Recent Results

The technical program committee is soliciting contributions for the poster session devoted to recent results in the general area of communication theory. We especially encourage students and junior researchers to participate. There will be no published proceedings. Extended abstracts (2 pages maximum, double column, IEEE style file) for the poster session should be submitted with CTW 2015 in the subject line to:
Bobak Nazer at bobak@bu.edu and
Ayfer Ozgur at aozgur@stanford.edu

Electronic submissions must be in the Adobe PDF format, and of sufficient detail to permit careful review.

The submission deadline is Feb. 28, 2015 and the authors will be notified by Mar. 1, 2015.

The flyer for the event including call for posters, relevant dates and submission guidelines, can be downloaded from this link.

Adjustable poster boards of maximum size 24'' (width) x 54'' (height) will be provided. We recommend that posters are printed at size ISO A1 (23.4'' 33.1'').

Accepted Posters

Authors Title
Seyed Arvin Ayoughi and Wei Yu, "Interference Mitigation Using Device-to-Device Links"
Kenza Hamidouche, Walid Saad, and Merouane Debbah, "Distributed Caching in Dense Small Cell Networks"
Yong Li, Hsin-Chiu Chang and Trieu-Kien Truong, "A fast decoding algorithm of the (71, 36, 11) Quadratic Residue Code"
Derya Malak, Harpreet S. Dhillon, and Jeffrey G. Andrews, "Modeling and Optimizing Data Aggregation for Heterogeneous Machine-to-Machine Communication Networks"
Hien Quoc Ngo, Alexei Ashikhmin, Hong Yang, Erik G. Larsson, and Thomas L. Marzetta, "Cell-Free Massive MIMO: Uniformly Great Service For Everyone"
Sudarsan V. S. Ranganathan, Dariush Divsalar and Richard D. Wesel, "On (3,L) Quasi-Cyclic LDPC Codes based on Complete Protographs"
Salvatore Talarico and Matthew C. Valenti, "Interference Correlation in Fixed and Finite Networks"
Kasra Vakilinia, Dariush Divsalar, and Richard D. Wesel, "RCA Analysis of the Polar Codes and the use of Feedback to aid Polarization at Short Blocklengths"
Qiaoyang Ye, Ozgun Y. Bursalioglu, Haralabos C. Papadopoulos, Constantine Caramanis, and Jeffrey G. Andrews,"Joint Optimization of User Association and Joint Transmission in Massive MIMO HetNets"


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