Wireless Telecommunications Symposium 2014

Arlington, Virginia
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Wireless Telecommunications Symposium 2014
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 8:00 AM -
Friday, April 11, 2014 6:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Waterview Conference Center
1919 North Lynn Street
Arlington, Virginia 22209
United States

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Exchange information on advances in mobile communications and wireless networking technology, management, policy, applications, and security in Washington, DC, USA with leaders and experts from industry, governmental agencies, and universities around the world at the Thirteenthth Annual Wireless Telecommunications Symposium.

WTS 2014 will focus on Wireless Communications in a Connected World. Planned highlights of WTS 2014 include:

  • Addresses and presentations by some of the most respected executives and researchers in the wireless communications industry
  • Panel discussions
  • Tutorials and workshops
  • Presentations of accepted academic and practitioner applied research papers; a poster paper session; a doctoral students session
  • Off-site Social Events and Tours

Peer-reviewed proceedings will be published in the main conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore. A CD containing the invited speakers' presentations and accepted applied research papers will be distributed to registrants at the conference. Awards will be given for the most outstanding paper presented and best graduate and undergraduate student papers presented.


Contact Information

  • Phone: 1-909-869-3831, Email: srpowell@csupomona.edu

    Please address registration/payment questions and refund requests to Kathleen Pettengill, WTS Administrative Coordinator, College of Business Administration, Cal Poly Pomona, by e-mail at kpettengill@csupomona.edu or by telephone at 1-909-869-2353. Registration refund requests will not be honored after March 9, 2014.
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