Special Issue "Physical Layer Security for Sensor Enabled Heterogeneous Networks"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 October 2020.
Interests: Internet of Connected Vehicles (IoV), IoT use case Implementation of Sensor Networks, Electric Vehicle Charging Management: Recommendation and Planning (EV)
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The connected environment is enlarging rapidly due to the sensor-enabled growing smartness in devices or things around us in our daily life. The growing connectivity via computing- and communication-enabled smart devices is also increasing the number of heterogeneous wireless technologies around us, resulting in greater security challenges. The traditional cryptography-centric security techniques are becoming nearly impractical for these very small and smart sensor-enabled devices due to the high volume of computation requirement. In today’s growing connected world scenario, physical layer security is one of the potential solutions for sensor-enabled heterogeneous networks. The physical layer security focuses on signal level computation, identification, diversion, integration, and data analytics for secure localized centric communication. Signal level operating techniques such as beamforming, simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT), multiple input and multiple output (MIMO), etc. have become highly potential research themes in today’s dense and heterogeneous wireless networking uses cases. You are welcome to submit an unpublished original research work related to the theme of ‘Physical Layer Security for Sensor Enabled Heterogeneous Networks’.
Dr. Omprakash Kaiwartya
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- Physical level security frameworks for sensor-enabled heterogeneous networks
- Optimizing secrecy capacity in sensor-enabled heterogeneous networks
- Location-centric security frameworks for enabling smart services in heterogeneous networks
- Light-weight security architectures for next-generation heterogeneous networks
- Location verification in mobility-centric heterogeneous network environments
- Beamforming-centric security models for ultra-dense heterogeneous network environments
- Multiple input multiple output (MIMO)-based security models for heterogeneous networks
- Simultaneous wireless information and power (SWIPT)-enabled network security models
- Edge computing-enabled security architecture for mobility-centric heterogeneous networks
- Interference-aware security models for highly dense heterogeneous networks