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2016 IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing, Communications and Computing ICSPCC 2016 August 5-8, 2016 City University of Hong Kong, China Co-sponsor by City University of Hong Kong Northwestern
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2016 IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing, Communications and Computing ICSPCC 2016 August 5-8, 2016 City University of Hong Kong, China Co-sponsor by City University of Hong Kong Northwestern Polytechnical University IEEE Hong Kong Section IEEE Xi an Section. ICSPCC 2016 Conference Organizing Committee Conference General Co-Chairs Quan XUE, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Vijay K. BHARGARA, University of British Columbia, Canada Jianguo HUANG, Northwestern Polytechnical University International Advisory Committee P C CHING (HK) Tariq DURRANI (UK) David FENG (Australia) Toshio FUKUda (Japan) B H JUANG (USA) Alex C KOT (Singapore) Mos KAVEH (USA) K.J. Ray LIU (USA) K.M. LUK (HK) ZHI-Quan LUO (USA) Wan-Chi SIU (HK) Lawrence WONG (Singapore) Technical Program Co-Chairs Jiandong LI, Xidian University Jingdong CHEN, Northwestern Polytechnical University Teng Long, Beijing Institute of Technology Bonnie LAW, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University George LAU, Hong Kong Open University Ray CHEUNG, City University of Hong Kong ICSPCC 2016 Conference Organizing Committee Program Track Chair Bo LI, Northwestern Polytechnical University Peter Tam, IEEE HK Section Youming Li, Ningbo University Chaio Wang, Shanghai University Xiaomei XU, Xiamen University Zhiwen YU, Northwestern Polytechnical University Local Arrangement Chair Ricky LAU, City University of Hong Kong Special Session Chair Liuqing YANG, University of Florida Qunfei ZHANG, Northwestern Polytechnical University Shefeng YAN, CAS Publication Chair Edward CHEUNG, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Jing HAN, Northwestern Polytechnical University Publicity Chair He XIANG, Northwestern Polytechnical University Registration Chair Y. W. LIU, IEEE Hong Kong Section Finance Co-Chairs Chengbing HE, Northwestern Polytechnical University Y. W. LIU, IEEE Hong Kong Section Secretary Wentao SHI, Northwestern Polytechnical University WELCOME FROM THE CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we would like to welcome you taking part in the 2016 IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing, Communications and Computing (ICSPCC2016). The conference starts from August 5 to August 9, 2016, in the City University of Hongkong. The goal of ICSPCC2016 is to bring together leading engineers, researchers and academics from the world to discuss novel ideas, theories, technologies and applications in the areas of signal processing, communications and computing. It also aims to provide a stimulating forum for scholars, engineers, and students from all over the world to discuss research achievements. ICSPCC 2016 is co-sponsored City University of Hong Kong, Northwestern Polytechnical University IEEE Hong Kong Section, IEEE Xi an Section. It is also supported by Xidian University, Xi an Jiaotong University, Ningbo University, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. This is the 6 th conference of this conference series, after the 1 st conference in Xi'an, 2 nd conference in Hong Kong, 3 rd conference in Kunming, the 4th conference in Guilin and the 5th conference in Ningbo. We believe that with frequent academic exchanges, the collaboration can be strengthened among IEEE members of the Xi an and Hong Kong Sections and visitors coming from different regions and countries. We are very thankful to all keynote speakers, invited speakers, session chairs, reviewers and authors, for their indispensable contributions to the technical sections of the conference. We hope that you will find the ICSPCC 2016 enjoyable in Hong Kong. General Co-Chairs: Quan XUE, City University of HK Vijay K. BHARGAVA, University of British Columbia, Canada Jianguo HUANG, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian WELCOME FROM THE TECHNICAL CO-CHAIRS We have prepared a rich technical program that spans numerous topics in the field of Signal Processing, Communications and Computing. The conference will feature prominent plenary speakers as well as technical sessions. The technical program is composed Tutorial on Challenges in Millimeter-wave Communications, two Invited Talks on Underwater signal processing and Communications, regular sessions and visits to the State Key Lab and Multimedia Center of City University. This year, all papers are presented in oral. We will have two distinguished keynote speakers who will present their most recent results and developments in their respective research areas. The conference received a total of 320 paper submission from more than 10 countries. The total number of papers accepted and included in the proceedings is 168. For reviewing of the papers, we relied on the help of the members of the Technical Program Committee as well as other invited experts. All the accepted papers were categorized into 13 sessions. We are honoured to have two renowned keynote speakers in this conference. The keynote speakers titles are Advances in Wireless communications: With Application to Internet of Things by Prof. Vijay Bhargava, High-level Architecture for Co-simulation of Power Grids Information Systems and Communication Networks by Prof. Henry Chung. We also co-organize the the IEEE R10 Distinguish Paper Competition and have the final round Presentation Session where winners will be selected and Certificates will be presented in the Conference Banquet. Finally, we would like to thank all of the members of the Technical Program Committee for their great jobs, and all reviewers outside of the committee. Please enjoy the conference, and enjoy Hongkong. Thanks! Technical Co-Chairs: Bonnie Law, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Ray Cheung, City University of Hong Kong George LAU, Hong Kong Open University Jiandong Li, Xidian University Jingdong Chen, Northwestern Polytechnical University Teng Long, Beijing Institute of Technology Schedule at a Glance Friday, August 5, Registration - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Tutorial - AC Tutorial - Challenges in Millimeter-wave Communications-----Secrets of Antennas and Integrated Circuits by Hang Wong and Wu Liang, City University of Hong Kong Welcome Reception - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Saturday, August 6, Registration - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Opening Ceremony - LT 2510, 2/F, AC2, CityU Keynote Speech 1 - AC2 LT Keynote Speech 1 - Advances in Wireless Communications: With Application to Internet of Things by Vijay Bhargava, University of British Columbia in Vancouver Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Keynote Speech 2 - AC2 LT 2510 Keynote Speech 2 - High-level Architecture for Co-simulation of Power Grids, Information Systems and Communication Networks by Henry Chung, City University of Hong Kong Lunch break Room AC AC AC AC SPG01 Invited Talk 1 /SPX1 COM01 DPAP Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU SPG01 SPX1 COM02 DPAP Sunday, August 7, Registration - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Room AC AC AC AC SPG02 Invited Talk2 SPX1 COM03 CPT Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU SPG02 SPX1 COM03 CPT Lunch break SPG02 SPX2 COM03 CPT Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU SPG03 SPX2 SPX2 CPT03 Conference Banquet & R10 Distinguish Student Papers Competition Award Presentation Chinese Restaurant, Communal Building, 8/F, CityU Monday, August 8, Registration - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Room AC AC SPG03 SPG Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU SPG04 SPG Lunch break Visit to CityU State Key SPG04 SPG01 Laboratory of Millimeter Waves Coffee/Tea Break - Foyer, 2/F, AC2, CityU Visit to CityU Multimedia SPG04 SPG01 Center Technical Sessions COM01 Communications Technique & Interest COM02 Signal Processing and Communications COM03 Wireless communications and networks CPT01 General Computing Interest CPT02 Information and data security CPT03 Embedded system design DSPCR10 Distinguish Paper Presentation SPG01 Signal Processing Technique and Interest SPG02 Radar and sonar systems SPG03 Sensor array and multi-channel SPG04 Detection, estimation and classification SPX1- Underwater signal processing and Communications SPX2- Fractional signal Processing Conference Keynote 1 Advances in Wireless Communications: With Application to Internet of Things By Professor Vijay K. Bhargava, University of British Columbia, Canada Abstract By the year 2022, wireless networks are expected to provide a new paradigm over the existing networks. The requirements include: 10,000 times increase in traffic data, times more devices, low latency in the order of 1msec, more uniform coverage providing a minimum of 1Gbps for every user, flexible operation in different radio access technologies, reliable end-to-end performance, low cost and energy efficient design. For this to happen significant advances are needed in signal processing, communications and computing. In this presentation, firstly we present energy-efficient designs for multi-tier heterogeneous networks including cell association, resource allocation and wireless backhaul bandwidth allocation. Then we present an overview of several interconnected research topics such as millimeter wave (mmwave), and massive multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) communications, sustainable hybrid cloud based radio access network (C_RAN) architecture with software-defined network (SDN), full duplex radios for improved radio spectrum efficiency and device-to-device communication systems. The talk concludes with an application of these technologies to Internet of Things (IOT) and the challenge presented by a trillion connected devices by Biography Vijay K. Bhargava (S'70, M'74, SM'82, F'92, LF'13) was born in Beawar, India in He came to Canada in 1966 and obtained BASc, MASc and PhD degrees from Queen s University at Kingston in 1970, 1972 and 1974 respectively. He is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, where he served as Department Head during Previously he was with the University of Victoria ( ), Concordia University ( ), the University of Waterloo (1976) and the Indian Institute of Science ( ). He has held visiting appointments at Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, NTT Research Lab, Tokyo Institute of Technology, the University of Indonesia, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Tohoku University. He is an Honourary Professor at UESTC, Chengdu and a Gandhi Distinguished Professor at IIT Bombay. For the academic year , he is on sabbatical leave at the Friedrich Alexander University (FAU), Erlangen, Germany. He is in the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Highly Cited list. Vijay served as the Founder and President of Binary Communications Inc. ( ). He is a co-author (with D. Haccoun, R. Matyas and P. Nuspl) of Digital Communications by Satellite (New York: Wiley: 1981) which was translated in Chinese and Japanese. He is a co-editor (with S. Wicker) of Reed Solomon Codes and their Applications (IEEE Press: 1994), a co-editor (with H.V. Poor, V. Tarokh and S. Yoon) of Communications, Information and Network Security (Kluwer: 2003) a co-editor (with E. Hossain) of Cognitive Wireless Communication Networks (Springer: 2007), a co-editor (with E. Hossain and D.I Kim) of Cooperative Wireless Communications Networks, (Cambridge University Press: 2011) and a co-editor (with E. Hossain and G. Fettweis) of Green Radio Communications Networks (Cambridge University Press 2012). Vijay is a Fellow of the IEEE, The Royal Society of Canada, The Canadian Academy of Engineering and the Engineering Institute of Canada. He is a Foreign Fellow of the National Academy of Engineering (India) and has served as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (U.K.). He has received awards for his teaching, research and service to the IEEE. The latest awards are the Killam Prize in Engineering and the Humboldt Research Prize. Vijay has served on the Board of Governors of the IEEE Information Theory Society and the IEEE Communications Society. He has held important positions in these societies. He has served as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Communications. He played a major role in the creation of the IEEE Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC) and IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, for which he served as the editor-in-chief ( ). He is a past President of the IEEE Information Theory Society and a Past President of the IEEE Communications Society. Conference Keynote 2 High-level Architecture for Co-simulation of Power Grids, Information Systems and Communication Networks By Henry Chung, City University of Hong Kong Biography Professor Henry Shu-hung Chung received the B.Eng. degree and the Ph.D degree in electrical engineering both from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, in 1991 and 1994 respectively. Since 1995 he has been with the City University of Hong Kong. He is currently professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering and Director of the Centre for Smart Energy Conversion and Utilization Research, City University of Hong Kong. He is Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). His research interests include renewable energy conversion technologies, lighting technologies, and smart grid technologies. He is currently Editor-in chief of the IEEE Power Electronics Letters, and Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems, Part I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, and IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics. He has received numerous industrial awards for his invented energy saving technologies. Abstract In the coming decades, our planet is gradually inclined towards urban living. We shall witness the building and rebuilding of hundreds of new cities, transportation infrastructures, and hundreds of thousands of kilometers of highways and railway tracks to cope with this growing population. It is thus important to recognize the importance of working responsibly to maintain the veracity of the ecosystem. We have to prepare infrastructure and transportation networks for the future. Today s electrical networks are moving towards smart grids - intelligent infrastructures using computer-based remote monitoring, control, and automation. These innovative systems enable real-time, two-way management of electricity and information. They offer many benefits to enhance energy efficiency on the electricity grid and in the users. This innovative technology also allows for better integration of renewable energies and more efficient electrical transmission across the whole energy grid. The speaker will present a co-simulator that can be used to study various scenarios of smart grids an integration of power grids, information systems, and communication networks, such as how vehicle-to-grid with different kinds of communication networks can help stabilize the operation of the power grid under a fault condition. The framework of the co-simulator adopts the IEEE 1516 High-Level Architecture. Tutorial Challenges in Millimeter-wave Communications: Secrets of Antennas and Integrated Circuits by Hang WONG & Liang WU, City University of Hong Kong Abstract Two speakers will give an intensive tutorial on developing of millimeter-wave communication systems. The first part by Dr. Wong will introduce a new antenna technology for high frequency antenna development and realization for recent fast-speed communication systems in millimeter-wave spectrum. The content of this talk includes linearly-polarized and circularly-polarized antenna designs with the help of 3D printing technology to develop low-cost, wideband, and high-gain directional beam antennas. This talk exhibits how to combine the conventional and the newly-developed fabrication technologies into the antenna designs. One of examples, a 3D printed polarizer is placed above a radiating aperture operating at the centre frequency of 60 GHz. The proposed antenna with the polarizer achieves a wide impedance bandwidth of 50% from 45 to 75 GHz for the reflection coefficient -10 db, and yields an overlapped axial ratio bandwidth of 30% from 49 to 67 GHz for the axial ratio 3 db. The proposed methodology of this design can apply to applications related to millimeter-wave wireless communication systems. The second part given by Dr. Wu will talk about CMOS millimeter-wave integrated circuits. Considering its critical role in wireless transceivers, the frequency generation will be the focus. At first, the design challenges in achieving all required performance aspects in terms of high oscillation frequency, wide frequency range, good phase noise and low power consumption will be highlighted. Afterwards, the design and analysis of high-frequency VCOs and frequency dividers will be discussed. Both conventional architectures and state-of-the-art advancements will be covered, with particular attention to some novel techniques. In this session, a typical circuit design approach started from intuitive understanding, theoretical analysis, preliminary verification, to prototype implementation will be followed. Biography Hang WONG received the B.Eng., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees in electronic engineering from City University of Hong Kong in 1999, 2002 and 2006, respectively. He was an acting assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, in He joined the Department of Electronic Engineering as an assistant professor at City University of Hong Kong in He had several visiting professorships at University of Waterloo; Canada, University of College London, UK; and University of Limoges, France in the years of 2013, 2014, and 2015 respectively. His research interests include design of broadband antennas, small antennas, millimeter wave antennas, 3D printed antenna and related applications. He was the chair of the IEEE Hong Kong Section of the Antennas and Propagation (AP)/Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT) Chapter from 2011 to He is recently appointed as the IEEE APS Region-10 Representative. He is an associate editor of IEEE AWPL, Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, since Dr. Wong received 2011 State Technology Invention Award 國家科學技術發明獎 presented by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the P.R. China with Professors Kwai-Man Luk, Chi-Hou Chan, and Quan Xue for their contributions of wideband patch antenna developments and applications. Liang WU received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Materials Science from Fudan University, China, in 2004 and 2007 respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in From 2013 to 2015, he was with the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as a research assistant professor and the deputy director of HKUST-Qualcomm Joint Innovation and Research Lab. Since November 2015, he joined the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves at City University of Hong Kong as a senior research fellow. His current research interests include CMOS RF / millimeter-wave integrated circuits for wireless transceivers, mixed-signal visible light communication system-on-a-chip (SoC). Special Session Invited Talk 1 August 6, Saturday, , Room AC Effects of Uncertain Ocean Environments on Underwater Acoustic Communication Systems Speaker: Xiaomei Xu, College of Ocean and Earth, Xiamen University Biography Xiaomei Xu is now a Professor of Marine Physics, Xiamen University and is the director of the Apartment of Applied Marine Physics and Engineering. She is Committee Member of the Chinese Society of Oceanography (Marine Physics Branch). Dr. Xu has authored and coauthored over 100 journal publications. The courses she teaches include Fundamentals of Acoustics, The principles of underwater sound and Introduction to Marine Technology. She received the B.S. degree in marine physics in 1982, the M.S. degree in Underwater Telemetry and Remote Control in 1988, and the Ph.D. deg
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