10th International Conference in Internet of Everything, Microwave Engineering, Communication and Networking

Call for Papers

Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original unpublished research and recent developments in the topics related to the conference.

The IEEE templates in Microsoft Word (US Letter) and LaTeX format can be found at :

IEMECON Paper Categories

Number of pages is restricted to six. However, in exceptional cases the seventh page as extra may be considered, going by merit on a case-to-case basis as determined by the Technical Program Committee.

  • Regular Paper – 6 pages maximum (1 additional page allowed but at an extra charge to be paid during registration )
  • Short Paper (Work-in-Progress) – 5 pages maximum (2 additional page allowed but at an extra charge to be paid during registration)
  • Poster – 4 pages maximum

Regular papers should present novel perspectives within the general scope of the conference. Short papers (Work-in-Progress) are an opportunity to present preliminary or interim results. Posters are intended for ongoing research projects, concrete realizations, or industrial applications/projects presentations.

Topics and technical areas of interest include but are not limited to the following:


Internet of Everything


Microwave Engineering

Track-3: Communication and Networks
Wireless Sensor Networks Transmission systems, Scattering and propagation Wireless Networks
Cloud Computing Antennas and propagation Networks: protocols, architectures, services, applications, Mobile
Big Data


RFID technologies Network Communication
Ubiquitous Computing


Radar systems Signal Processing
Distributed Systems


Digital, Analog, RF, mixed,

asynchronous circuit design

Power line communication
Cyber-Physical Systems


RF, Microwave and millimeter circuit Satellite & Space Communications
Pervasive Computing


RF IC, RF MEMS, OFDM, MIMO & Cognitive Systems
Embedded Systems


Multiband, broadband, tunable, and reconfigurable filters Optical Communication
Mobile Computing


Ferrite and SAW devices, LTCC devices Optical Networks
Artificial Intelligence


Resonators, directional couplers and hybrids Low-power and Sensor Networks
Machine Learning


millimeter-wave/THz and optical antennas, Cloud-enabled Vehicular Networks
Semantic Web Small antennas, broadband and multi-band antennas Signal Processing for Communications
Machine-to-Machine communication MIMO antennas, Massive MIMO
Smart Cities Antenna measurements Cellular networks
Industrial Internet of Things Reconfigurable antennas Visible Light Communication
Maritime Internet of Things Active adaptive and smart antennas, Cognitive Radio Networks