Call for Papers

JOURNAL of COMMUNICATIONS and NETWORKS (JCN)

JCN invites submission of high-quality papers in the areas of Communication Theory and Systems, Wireless Communications, and Networks and Services.

A prospective author should submit the manuscript for publication consideration in electronic file (pdf) via JCN ScholarOne Manuscripts website (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jcommnet) to an appropriate Division Editor (for regular papers) or to any Guest Editor of an appropriate Special Issue. (Special Issues may include regular papers to avoid unnecessary publication delays.)

JCN is available in both paper and electronic formats, with the latter available in the JCN Digital Library in the JCN Web site, http://jcn.or.kr. For further details on paper submission and subscription, please visit the JCN Web site.

Low subscription rates are offered to members of KICS and its Sister Societies, including ComSoc, CIC, and IEICE. Application forms are available in the JCN web site.

Upcoming Special Issues

JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON

V2X COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS PUBLICATION DATE: June 2017

Connected vehicle is one of the key technologies for safer and more efficient transportation systems. Vehicle-to- Everything (V2X) communications including Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) have attracted much attention in the last decade, and the standardization effort for vehicular communications has led to the development of IEEE 802.11p and discussions about 5G-enabled V2X solutions. Despite a number of initiatives, research works, and tests, there are still questions and concerns about how to provide reliable and scalable low latency connectivity, design secure and robust systems, and about the development of applications for improved safety and cooperative driving. The aim of this special issue is to present state-of-the-art technologies in V2X communications and networks, recent development in standardizations and policies, and attractive services. The Special Issue includes (but not limited to) the following topics of interest:

Continuing JCN’s tradition of fast turnaround together with full peer reviews, a tentative schedule is set as follows:

October 31, 2016
Electronic manuscript (.ps or .pdf) submission to JCN website [An earlier note to editors with intent to submit will be appreciated.]
April 10, 2017
Reviews returned to authors. Papers will be either accepted, rejected, or returned to the authors with requests for changes
May 10, 2017
Final revised manuscript due
June 30, 2017
Special Issue published

Prof. Changhee Joo, UNIST, Republic of Korea, cjoo@unist.ac.kr

Prof. Young-June Choi, Ajou University, Republic of Korea, choiyj@ajou.ac.kr

Prof. Han-You Jeong, Pusan National University, Republic of Korea, hyjeong@pusan.ac.kr

Prof. Junbeom Hur, Korea University, Republic of Korea, jbhur@korea.ac.kr

Electronic submissions should be made through the JCN website, http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jcommnet where the Information about submission guidelines is available. The manuscript should be formatted in LaTex file and uploaded in PDF version, and its length should be greater than 8 pages in double column. Please direct inquiries and intent to submit notifications to the Lead Guest Editor (email: cjoo@unist.ac.kr).

JCN is a high-quality bimonthly archival journal, published by the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEE Communications Society, covering the fields of Communication Theory and Systems, Wireless Communications, and Networks and Services. JCN began publication in March 1999.

JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON

WIRELESS SDN PUBLICATION DATE: October 2017

The emergence of software defined networking (SDN), whose key features include separation between the data-plane and the control-plane and logically centralized network control, has potential to completely reshape the field of computer networking. Going beyond conceptual models, the existing deployment of SDN in major data centers (e.g., Google and Microsoft data centers) has demonstrated the substantial gain and flexibility of SDN. However, the existing initiatives of SDN focus mostly on wireline networks such as data center networks, service provider networks, and enterprise networks. Given the substantial potential of SDN, it is imperative that we develop a better understanding of the potential benefits and issues of applying SDN to wireless networks, including networks such as cellular networks, mobile ad hoc networks, and cyber-physical networks. The objective of this special issue is to invite authors to submit original manuscripts that demonstrate and explore current advances in various aspects of SDN in wireless networks, including but not limited to:

Continuing JCN’s tradition of fast turnaround together with full peer reviews, a tentative schedule is set as follows:

June 10, 2017
Electronic manuscript (.ps or .pdf) submission to JCN website [An earlier note to editors with intent to submit will be appreciated.]
August 20, 2017
Reviews returned to authors. Papers will be either accepted, rejected, or returned to the authors with requests for changes
September 15, 2017
Final revised manuscript due
October 31, 2017
Special Issue published

Dr. Derya Cansever, Army Research Laboratory, USA, derya.h.cansever.civ@mail.mil

Dr. Sastry Kompella, Naval Research Laboratory, USA, sastry.kompella@nrl.navy.mil

Prof. Leandros Tassiulas, Yale University, USA, leandros.tassiulas@yale.edu

Electronic submissions should be made through http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com:/jcommnet. Information for authors is available on the JCN web site, http:/www.jcn.or.kr. The manuscript should be formatted in LaTex file and uploaded in PDF version, and its length should be greater than 8 pages in double column. Please direct inquiries and intent to submit notifications to the Lead Guest Editor (email: derya.h.cansever.civ@mail.mil).

JCN is a high-quality bimonthly archival journal, published by the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEE Communications Society, covering the fields of Communication Theory and Systems, Wireless Communications, and Networks and Services. JCN began publication in March 1999.