Call for Presentations

The Sixteenth Wireless and Optical Communications Conference

April 27-28, 2007, NJIT, Newark, New Jersey, USA


Conference Chair

Mary Chan, Alcatel-Lucent

Conference Organizer

Qi Bi, Alcatel-Lucent

Program Chairs

Angela Chiu, AT&T

Ying Hu, Alcatel-Lucent

Zhengyu Huang, RSoft

Guangying Li, Alcatel-Lucent

Zhu Liu, AT&T

Wei Luo, Broadcom

Benjamin Tang, Alcatel-Lucent

Bin Wei, AT&T

Yudong Yao, Stevens

Conference Coordinator

Ying Hu, Alcatel-Lucent

Sigen Ye, Alcatel-Lucent


Jianguo Chen, Agere

Hong Zhang, InterDigital

Fund Raising

Allen Chen, Innovatech Solutions

Pan Liu, Broadcom

Local Arrangement

Mengchu Zhou, NJIT

Yanchao Zhang, NJIT


Xin He, Verizon Wireless

Web Design/Database Manager

Shuang Yu, Alcatel-Lucent

Jie Hu, NJIT

Public Relations

Kevin Lu, Telcordia

Shuang Yu, Alcatel-Lucent

Kang Yueh, Crown Castle

Haibin Huang, Conexant

Steering Committee

Mengchu Zhou, NJIT

Wen-Ning Hsieh, DVI Comm.

James Hwang, Lehigh

Heather Yu, Panasonic

Co-Sponsoring Associations

    Chinese American Academic and Professional Society

    Chinese Association of Science and Technology

    Chinese Institute of Engineers - USA

    IEEE Northern Jersey Section

    Monte Jade Science and Technology Association

    Photonics Society of Chinese Americans

The sixteenth Annual Wireless and Optical Communications Conference (WOCC) will bring together technical experts and business leaders from the North America and Pacific Rim to discuss multimedia, optical, and wireless communications technologies and business opportunities. The theme of WOCC 2007 is Convergent Communications over public mobile wireless networks, public fixed broadband wireline networks, and private customer premises networks. The integration of these three networks is the focus of a new next-generation network (NGN) providing convergent user-centric services that are no longer associated with the types of network access or content media. Instead, these convergent user-centric services will offer seamless delivery of multimedia applications including voice, data, image, and streaming video independent of any access technologies. The transport layer protocol is converging on Internet Protocol (IP) that propelled the growth of World Wide Web (WWW). The network and service providers will need to deploy standard-compliant converged networks and offer these new value-added services to save operational cost and grow their revenue. Convergent Communications can truly be considered as the enabler for the next phase of growth for the telecommunication industry.


High quality presentations and papers are solicited in the areas of wireless networking, intelligent multimedia, optical communications, and network solutions. Interesting topics include, but are not limited to, the following:


Wireless and Mobile Communications

    Wide-area and fixed wireless communications

    Wireless LAN/PAN

    Convergence of fixed and mobile hybrid communication system

    Low-power mobile end-devices and system-on-chip

    Security in mobile and wireless networks

    Sensor network and distributed mobile computing

    Location-based services and positioning

    Mobile and wireless applications

    Fundamental research in mobile and wireless communications


Network Solutions

    Convergence architectures and solutions

    Migration to NGN and mobile broadband

    Network planning, design methods and tools

    Position of new technologies in the network

Optical Communications

    Optical network planning, designing, and modeling

    Optical access/metro networks

    Photonic switching system architectures and network elements

    Optical passive/active components and devices

    Optical network protection and restoration

    Optical network applications


Intelligent Multimedia

    Multimedia indexing and search

    Semantic-based multimedia analysis

    Multimedia database

    Multimedia content personalization

    Multimedia content distribution

    Peer-to-peer multimedia

    IPTV technologies and services

    Security of multimedia data

    QoS for multimedia applications

Submission Deadline: March 2, 2007

Notification: March 16, 2007

Submit the abstract/bio in Microsoft Word to one of the program chairs:

   Wireless: Guangying Li,

Wei Luo,

   Network Solutions: Ying Hu,

Benjamin Tang,

   Optical: Angela Chiu,

Zhengyu Huang,

   Multimedia: Zhu Liu,

Bin Wei,

Please refer to for the abstract/bio template and additional information.