GWS-2018

THE 6th Global Wireless Summit (GWS -2018) CHIANG RAI, THAILAND.

November 25 – 28, 2018, Chiang Rai, Thailand




About GWS

The 6th Global Wireless Summit (GWS -2018) and the 21st International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC- 2018) will be jointly held in Chiang Rai, Thailand from November 25 - 28, 2018; as part of the celebrations of MFU’s 20th anniversary. The theme of this year’s conference is “Body and Mind Integration through Information and Communication Technology”. Both these events are co-hosted by CTIF Global Capsule (CGC) and Mae Fah Luang University (MFU).
The GWS is the world's largest annual international conference on wireless techno-business modelling. It encapsulates the raw high-end technology and study of current market and trends to create and nurture future Businesses. GWS looks to help businesses in strengthening their business models, business model innovation and technology with the aim to create, capture, deliver, receive and consume new techno-business model ecosystems through cross-/inter-disciplinary research and collaboration. Some of the important interest areas are Human Bond Communication, Chitt-Kaya Nivesh Sthaan (CNS) - Home for Mind and Body and Multi-Business Model Innovation and Technology (MBIT).
The WPMC symposia series were inaugurated in 1998, as a global platform which aims at enabling collaboration in the field of wireless information. Held in Asia, Europe and America, WPMC has established itself as a unique global conference dedicated to wireless multimedia convergence. Continuing the series, the 21st WPMC will bring together academia, industries and standardization bodies to explore activities, trends and future challenges towards ICT globalization for health and wellness issues in existing and future wireless technologies.
A key emphasis of this year's conferences is borderless smart society - bridging across industries, public and private companies, universities, research labs, and other knowledge societies in exploration of the newest wireless technologies pursuing new ways of living as well as innovative and sustainable solutions for the future.

We look forward to receive your contributions and to see you at the joint conference of GWS-2018 and WPMC-2018.


Call For Papers

Technical Program

  1. Multi business model innovation in a world of human bond communication.
  2. Persuasive Business Models for Next Generation Communications and Future Networks.
  3. Imperative Business Models for the Technology for Society: Intelligent Systems, Sustainable Energy, eHealth and Big Data
  4. Business Models for Non conventional Approaches in Health and Social Science.
  5. Home for Mind and Body.
  6. Knowledge Home.
  7. Feeling Identification and Transmission

Important Dates

Deadline for Special Session and Tutorials Proposal (!!!Extended!!!) July 20, 2018
July 30, 2018
Deadline for Papers' Submissions (!!!Extended!!!) July 20, 2018
August 15, 2018
August 31, 2018
Notification of Acceptance (!!!Extended!!!) August 15, 2018
September 15, 2018
Deadline for Final Manuscript Submission September 30, 2018
Deadline for Early Registration October 5, 2018
Conference Dates November 25 – 28, 2018
   

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Submission

AUTHORS

1) Prospective authors are invited to submit original full papers WITHOUT authors’ names and affiliations, in English, of 3 – 6 pages in standard IEEE two-column format only, reporting their original work and results, applications, and/or implementation in one or more of the listed areas.
2) Papers must be submitted online only through the submission system of the conference website.
3) At least one author of each accepted paper MUST register and present the paper at the conference in order that the paper is to be included in the program. The program will also be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore.

GWS : IEEE XPLORE COMPLIANT Part Number: CFP1837U-ART; ISBN: 978-1-5386-4288-7
WPMC : IEEE XPLORE COMPLIANT Part Number: CFP18WPC-ART; ISBN: 978-1-5386-5757-7

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PDF Conversion All paper submissions must be electronic, using IEEE Xplore compliant PDF format (*.pdf). A failure to do so may result in the rejection of the paper. Authors can use the IEEE PDF eXpress to generate compliant PDF files. Conference ID: 43302X ( for GWS2018) or 44122X (for WPMC2018)

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Paper Submission All papers prepared properly in PDF format must be submitted electronically through the EDAS online submission system. The authors must agree to the IEEE copyright conditions available as part of the online submission process. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by the Technical Program Committee (TPC). Accepted and presented papers will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore.

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Committees

Honorary Chairs

Vanchai Sirichana, MFU, Thailand
Ramjee Prasad, Aarhus University, Denmark
Shingo Ohmori, CGC, Japan
Monai Krairiksh, KMITL, Thailand

General Chair

Chayaporn Wattanasiri, MFU, Thailand

General Co-Chair

Teeravisit Laohapensaeng, MFU, Thailand

Steering Committee

Kosin Chamnongthai, KMUTT, Thailand
Prayoot Akkaraekthalin, KMUTNB, Thailand
Somsak Choomchuay, KMITL, Thailand
Thongchai Yooyatiwong, MFU, Thailand
Sathaporn Promwong, KMITL, Thailand

Technical Program Chairs

Punnarumol Temdee, MFU, Thailand
Neeli R. Prasad, International Technological University, USA (America Region)
Mqhele Dlodlo, National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe (Africa Region)
Peter Lindgren, Aarhus University, Denmark (Europe Region)
Ashok Chandra, Former Wireless Advisor, India (Asia Pacific Region)

Technical Program Committees

Vladimir Poulkov, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Liljana Gavrilovska, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, FYR of Macedonia
Octavian Fratu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Albena Mihovska, Aarhus University, Denmark
Ernestina Cianca, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Shinsuke Hara, Osaka City University, Japan
Ashutosh Dutta, AT&T, USA
Hiroshi Harada, Kyoto University, Japan
T Rama Rao; SRM University, India
Iti Saha Misra, Jadavpur University, India
Santichai Wicha, MFU, Thailand
Phakkharawat Sittiprapaporn, MFU, Thailand
Mitchai Chongcheawchamnan, PSU, Thailand
Adisorn Leelasantitham, MU, Thaialnd
Sanun Srisuk, NPU, Thaialnd
Ravee Phromloungsri, UDRU, Thailand
Kunnthphong Srisathit, RMUTR, Thailand
Supaporn Kiattisin, MU, Thailand
Rawid Banchuin, SU, Thailand

Financial Chairs

Sandip Inamdar, Vishwaniketan, India
Suwanna Deachathai, MFU, Thailand

Publication Chairs

Ambuj Kumar, Aarhus University, Denmark
Roungsan Chairicharoen, MFU, Thailand

Local Organization Chair

Natthakan Iam-On, MFU, Thailand

Tutorial Chair

Surapong Uttama, MFU, Thailand

Special Session Chair

Nattapol Aunsri, MFU, Thailand

Web Chairs

Vittayasak Rujivorakul, MFU, Thailand
Larisara Satarak, MFU, Thailand

General Secretary

Chayapol Kamyod, MFU, Thailand
Worasak Rueangsirarak, MFU, Thailand

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Special Sessions

A proposal for Special Sessions, Tutorials, Panel Sessions, and Round Table topics can be submitted to the special session chair before the deadlines. The session topic can be varied upon one’s interest but still relate to the technical tracks.

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Note: If the authors are interested in submitting your papers, please submit to EDAS by August 31, 2018

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Session Title

Session Organizer

1 Business Model innovation Prof. Peter Lindgren
2 Chitt-Kaya Nivesh Sthaan (CNS: Home for Mind and Body) Prof. Vandana Rohokale
3 CONASENSE Prof. Ernestina Cianca
4 Cyber security Prof. Koeien and Prof Oleshchuk
5 Digital Broadcasting Technology Dr. Sathaporn Promwong
6 Smart Device and Its Applications Prof. Bharat Gupta
7 Wireless localization Dr. Sathaporn Promwong

Registration

Registration Rate

Early Registration*

Late Registration

Developing Countries ( list) Others Developing Countries ( list) Others
Regular Registration
IEEE/ECTI member
10,000 THB 12,000 THB 12,000 THB 14,000 THB
Others
12,000 THB 14,000 THB 15,000 THB 17,000 THB
Student Registration
IEEE/ECTI member
6,000 THB 8,000 THB 8,000 THB 10,000 THB
Others
9,000 THB 11,000 THB 11,000 THB 13,000 THB

* At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference at an author rate no later than October 5th, 2018 in order for the author’s paper to be presented at the conference and included in both the conference proceedings and IEEE Explore.

** Please be noted that students can join all conference events including tutorials and banquet party.

*** All participant fees will include Tutorial session, Technical session, Welcome and Banquet Party.

**** Non-registered participant who want to join Tutorial Session and Banquet Party will be charged only 3,300 THB.


Conference Venue


The conference will be held from November 25-28 2018 at the M-square building, located in front of Mae Fah Luang University campus area and fifteen to twenty minutes from Chiang Rai International Airport.

The facility consists of three main buildings: Education Park or E-Park, Innovation Park or I-Park and Lifestyle Park or L-Park. The facilities can be served for smaller meetings, from one-to-one interviews, to away days and long training seminars. The University also has a hotel- Lanna style residence with a variety of rooms, on campus.

For more information please visit www.mfu.ac.th


Hotels

Wanasom Resort (Recommended)

Wanasom is the resting place of Mae Fah Luang University. Named the most beautiful University in Thailand and Asia’s second most beautiful. Located in northern Thailand’s northernmost province of Chiang Rai.

Wanasom is decorated in Lanna style. In the midst of the valley and nature, there is an atmosphere suitable for relaxing. It is located 10 kilometers from Mae Fah Luang Chaing Rai International Airport.

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Grand Vista Chiang Rai Hotel

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A-Star Phulae Valley

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Wiang Inn Hotel Chiang Rai

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Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort

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Visa Information

Citizens of some countries usually require an Thai visa. Please refer to Thailand visa Information. For the authors who need a visa invitation letter, after you make a registration, please send an email with your paper ID and title to chayapol.kam@mfu.ac.th or worasak.rue@mfu.ac.th . We will proceed your request as soon as possible.


Travelling Information

Directions from Chiang Rai International Airport

1. To the venue (Mae fah Luang University)

2. To the central city (Chiang Rai Night Bazaar)


Transportation

Taxi

You can find the taxi meter booth which is now located outside the terminal building. Please take the exit gate #3 near the post office.

Things to Do in Chiang Rai

The city of Chiang Rai, Thailand was founded in the year 1262 and is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Thailand nowadays and it is perfect for winter getaways. Cool air and chill atmosphere are what we need during the conference period.

The City is filled with history and tradition, yet the city doesn’t boast an obvious Old Town appearance. Chiang Rai tourist attractions are located throughout the city center – and just beyond the city limits. Chiang Rai sightseeing isn’t limited to specific sights, but also includes experiences. Chiang Rai city is a relatively small town but is surprisingly popular with tourists, both Thai and western. While the center city itself is small, the country areas of the province are huge. Most package tours normally include a few days in Chiang Rai, probably because it’s a very pretty town surrounded by countryside and mountains.

Besides beautiful scenery, there are many fun and interesting things to do and see in the province. When to compare to Phuket, Pattaya and Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is less well-known. Normally tourists would be thinking at first arrive it was so small that it would probably be boring and dull. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. It’s certain that the level of excitement in Chiang Rai is less than those of top Thailand’s tourist destinations. However, the diversity of landscape, nature and culture make Chiang Rai more interesting.

One or two days really wasn’t enough to do everything most tourists want to do, many tourist would think they have to take a return trip there later to explore more about Chiang Rai. Chiang rai is the ideal place for winter for many reasons. Out of all the things to see and do in and around Chiang Rai though, there are 10 top places you really shouldn’t miss during winter. (Credit: www.chiangraibulletin.com )


Contact US

Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand

Dr.Chayapol Kamyod: chayapol.kam@mfu.ac.th

Dr.Worasak Rueangsirarak: worasak.rue@mfu.ac.th