Bali Dynasty Resort, Bali Island, Indonesia, August 29th – 31st, 2013
The 19th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC) will be held in Indonesia. Since 1993, APCC has been a technical forum for researchers and engineers on the latest developments in advanced communication and information technologies.
APCC 2013 received 309 papers submission and based on the high qualification of reviewing process and tight registration process APCC 2013 will publish 150 research papers from 491 authors. The papers come from Australia, UK, Japan, South Korea and many others.
APCC 2013 will be attended by prominent keynote speakers. Among others: Prof Byeong Gi Lee (IEEE Comsoc Past Chair), Prof. Adnan Al-Anbuky (School of Engineering Auckland University of Technology), Mr. Indra Utoyo (Telkom Indonesia), and Mr. Ichiro Inoue (NTT, Japan)
Special Sessions will present Ambient Intelligence and Sensor Networks (IEICE), Wireless Radiation Sensor Network for Fukushima (The Univeristy of Electro-Communications), and Concepts, Architectures and Standards for Smart Homes (JAIST).
Many advance technologies in the communication field, start to put the intelligences in many segments and subsystems of a communication system. Novel methodologies and approaches are introduced to achieve higher level of communication quality. Nevertheless, human life is still a very important aspect to be considered in each development of technologies, including communication technology. Today, we have witnessed the rise of broad smart digital technologies on the devices, sensors, networks, controls and not to mentions millions of applications. Those smart technologies spuns from computing, broadcasting and media, platforms, applications and contents, advertising and social media. Accordingly, under the theme of “Smart Communications to Enhance the Quality of Life”, APCC 2013 will provide opportunity for us to discuss this issue.
APCC 2013 discusses the following and other related topics:
Enhancing Regional Culture and Economy Through ICT Breakthrough
An Innovation Strategy with Ecosystem-Approached Co-Creation
Broadband Access Service Trend in Japan and Recent R&D in NTT Toward Future Network
Federated Scientific Sensor Networks Testbeds: Prospects and Challenges