Thank you for attending the IEEE GLOBECOM 2007, the 50th Anniversary of GLOBECOM.
Thanks to your participation the conference was a tremendous success!
There were over 1500 participants from 55 different countries.
We encourage you to participate in an overall conference evaluation.
By doing so you have a chance to win a free registration for IEEE GLOBECOM 2008 in New Orleans, LA.
The IEEE Communications Society in 2007 will mark the 50th Anniversary of its annual IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (IEEE GLOBECOM 2007) and will sponsor this conference in Washington, D.C., the home of the Nations Capital (US). This setting in Washington D.C. provides a unique opportunity to explore several areas of communications related to government, military, as well as industry and academia. The Washington, D.C. metro area also offers participants an opportunity for exploring the numerous monuments, museums and historical sites for which the capital city is most famous.
The theme of IEEE GLOBECOM 2007 – "Innovate ● Educate ● Accelerate"
exemplifies what we are hoping to accomplish during this special anniversary.
The technical program of IEEE GLOBECOM 2007 will consist of the General Symposium, 9 Technical Symposia, Tutorials and Workshops, Design and Developers and a Student Program. To download the complete Advance Program, click here or the EXPO Program, click here.
Papers will be presented in the following topics:
- General Symposium
(The General Symposium will only accept papers on topics not covered by other symposia listed below)
- Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networking
- Communication Theory
- Internet Protocol
- Multimedia Communications, Software and Services
- Optical Networks and Systems
- Performance Modeling, Q0S and Reliability
- Signal Processing
- Wireless Communications
- Wireless Networking
Your participation in GLOBECOM 2007 is surely to be a great experience and one that you will long remember with many benefits to your future technical knowledge and your preparations to enhance your career and for embarking into the future.
Jerry Gibbon, IEEE SM
General Vice Chair
Karl Rauscher, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent