Security and Safety in Physical Layer Systems Special Issue – call for papers
We are pleased to inform you that Security and Safety is accepting submissions for its Special Issue on “Security and Safety in Physical Layer Systems”.
The goal of this Special Issue is to share the advancements in the Physical Layer Systems (PLS) field and spreading the adoption in scenarios of B5G and 6G. Experts and scholars in relevant fields around the world will be invited to share their insights into the topics of security and safety in physical layer systems.
The guest editors are:
Aiqun HU - Professor in Southeast University, China, and primarily engaged in research works on communication security and wireless physical layer security. Author of more than 100 academic papers, including 19 papers indexed by SCI and more than 50 papers indexed by EI, prof. Hu achieved more than 40 national invention patent authorization.
Liang JIN - Deputy Director of National Digital Switching System Engineering and Technological R&D Center. Author of more than 150 papers, Prof Jin leads more than 10 research projects supported by National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program). He was also granted more than 20 invention patents.
Xiangyun ZHOU - Associate Professor at School of Engineering, the Australian National University, Australia and an IEEE Fellow. Author of over 180 publications, Prof Zhou works in the fields of communication theory and wireless networks.
Feng SHU – Professor and supervisor of the Ph.D. and graduate students at the the school of information and communication engineering, Hainan University. Prof Shu has co-authored two book chapters, and published about 400 articles, of which over 200 are in archival journals, including more than 120 articles in the IEEE journals and more than 170 SCI-indexed articles. He holds twenty Chinese patents.
Xiangwei ZHOU - Associate Professor at the Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Louisiana State University, he served as an editor for IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications from 2013 to 2018. His general research interests include wireless communications and statistical signal processing, with current emphasis on coexistence of wireless systems, Internet of Things, and machine learning for intelligent communications.
Submission deadline – 30 April 2023
Article Processing Charges - S&S is an Open Access journal without any submission fees or APCs in 2023.
For more information and to submit your article browse the call for papers.