IRO Journal on Sustainable Wireless Systems
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Joy Iong-Zong Chen
4 issues per year
Sustainable Wireless Systems [SWS] is an archival and interdisciplinary journal addressing sustainable communications and computing. The journal publishes outstanding research results on the design, development and implementation of sustainable wireless systems, technologies, solutions, and applications that focus on enforcing a sustainable living.
The aim of Sustainable Wireless Systems [SWS] journal is to publish myriad research findings that report theoretical, methodological and experimental aspects of wireless communications, data, multiple access techniques, multimedia propagation, sustainable protocols, performance evaluation, local area networks, mobile networking architectures, and system models.
The journal features full-research articles offering new research ideas and experimental analysis, and invited research contributions on significant and emerging topics authored by renowned experts from wireless communication and sustainable environment related research areas of current importance to readers. Equally important is a spectrum of related research methods and challenges such as the applications of wireless systems that leverage ecological and societal impacts.
- Fosters the interdisciplinary research interaction to make networks sustainable and re-invent networking algorithms and applications for sustainability.
- Investigates theoretical and experimental aspects of sustainable wireless systems.
- Focuses on the sustainable networking and user aspects of the field.
- Reports on the fundamental changes in networking and integration resulting from the network sustainability revolution.