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ITU Journal shares research on next-gen performance, energy efficiency, and security

The latest issue of the ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies explores innovations for networks to achieve high performance, energy efficiency, and security while serving a diverse range of devices.

The new issue continues the ITU Journal’s coverage of the growing influence of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and automation on communications and networking.   

The online journal – free of charge to both readers and contributors – offers comprehensive technology and innovation coverage.

It welcomes research submissions all year long, on all topics relevant to the work of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

Upcoming issues are set to address:

  • Satellite constellations and connectivity from space​
  • Intelligent technologies for future networking and distributed systems
  • AI and machine learning solutions in 5G and future networks

The ITU Journal is currently inviting submissions for a special issue on geospatial AI to advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Submit a paper by 30 June.

Journal webinars

Along with research articles, the online ITU Journal includes recorded webinar discussions with researchers and industry leaders.

The next journal webinar on 23 April explores mobile sensing tech for smart healthcare with Professor Qian Zhang from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Kaleidoscope conferences

ITU’s Kaleidoscope academic conference series highlights emerging research trends and their implications for international standardization.

Digital innovation for sustainability will be in focus at ITU Kaleidoscope 2024: Innovation and digital transformation for a sustainable world, taking place from 21 to 23 October in New Delhi, India.

This 15th edition of Kaleidoscope will include a special session on how to involve more young people in standards development, as ITU seeks to support the next generation of consensus builders.

Kaleidoscope 2024 will run alongside the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly, the governing conference for ITU standardization work, set to happen in New Delhi from 15 to 24 October.

Researchers are encouraged to consult the Call for Papers. The deadline for submissions is 29 April.

Join the ITU community

Academia and industry are key partners in research and development and in bringing the latest innovations to market.

ITU Academia membership is another key avenue for academics to engage in the work of ITU.

Academia members participate in ITU expert groups responsible for radiocommunication, standardization, and development. The resulting contributions strengthen ITU’s work while also heightening the impact of academic research.

ITU international standards, for example, support the global adoption of collaboratively developed solutions, boosting returns on investment for academia as well as industry.

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