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Submission deadline July 20, 2015 (Extended to Aug 15, 2015)


Notification of Acceptance September 16, 2015 (Extended to Oct 9, 2015)


Registration Deadline October 1, 2015 (Extended to Oct 14, 2015)


Authors Registration Each paper needs to register a Full Registration Fee and several optional Limited Registration Fee. A Full Registration Fee can cover one paper and one conference attendee fee. A Limited Registration Fee can cover one conference attendee fee. Only paper co-author or student attendee can register Limited Registration Fee 2. Other attendees have to register Limited Registration Fee 1.

  • Full Registration Fee: 2950 RMB (480 US dollars).

  • Limited Registration Fee 1: 1200 RMB (200 US dollars) for general attendee.

  • Limited Registration Fee 2: 800 RMB (140 US dollars) for paper co-author or student attendee.

Please download and fill the registration form and follow the instruction in the registration form to pay the registration fee.

After registration, please download the IEEE Copyright form (PDF or WORD), complete the form, sign and scan it, and then send it with the final PDF version of your paper to hmwc2015@163.com by October 1, 2015.


The aim of the workshop is to foster fruitful interactions among communication engineers, information theorists, and system designers interested in high mobility wireless communications, from all over the world. This workshop aims at soliciting high quality, original and unpublished work in this field. The topics of this workshop include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Rapidly time-varying channel modeling, estimation and equalization

  • Fast synchronization

  • Doppler shift estimation & compensation

  • Doppler diversity and anti-Doppler techniques

  • Efficient modulation and detection techniques employed in high speed vehicles

  • Fast power control

  • Fast handover and group handover

  • Fast location update

  • Highly dynamic radio resource allocation

  • Theoretical performance limits of HMWC systems

  • Coding and network capacity for HMWC systems

  • Interference utilization and capacity approaching techniques

  • Multiple access schemes for very high speed radio systems

  • Relay, distributive multi-antenna and cooperative techniques for HMWC systems

  • High-speed vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) radio systems

  • Dedicated high speed radio network architectures