Workshop on Information Security Issues in Modern Mobile Communication Networks

Workshop on Information Security Issues in Modern Mobile Communication Networks

The rapid proliferation of wireless cellular systems over the last decade has introduced fundamental changes to "anytime, anywhere" Mobile Internet access, as well as posed new challenges for the research community. The fifth generation (5G) of mobile broadband standards, such as further evolution of 3GPP LTE-Advanced, target aggressive improvements in all aspects of wireless system design, including system capacity, energy efficiency, and quality of user experience. Promising next generation improvements cover, for example, more advanced antenna technologies on mobile platforms, enhanced network topologies, cross-layer and co-operative transmission techniques. The Workshop aims to bring together the researchers from academia and the experts from industry to address recent advances in the security, modeling, implementation of broadband wireless access networks. 

All participants are required to present the results of their research. PhD students are obliged to participate and successfully pass the intensive course on information security for modern wireless networks.

As the main outcome of the workshop, we expect every participant to submit a conference paper (IEEE format).

  • Number of participants: Min.10 - Max. 40
  • Duration: From the 10th of November to the 18th of December 2015
  • Credits: 5
  • Language: English
  • Cost: 150 EUR for students from BUT. 500 EUR for others.


If you are interested to participate in the workshop or would like to obtain more info, please send an email to:

  • Communications
  • Mobile
  • Security
  • Workshop
22. June 2015 by Jiří Hošek, Ph.D.