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The 20th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies (ISCIT 2020) will be held in Tottori, Japan. The symposium will provide a forum for researchers, engineers, and industry experts to exchange and discuss a new idea, recent development, and breakthroughs in IoT, communications, and information technologies. The topics for regular and special sessions include, but are not limited to, the followings:

1. Circuits and Sysmtes

1.1 Circuits and Systems for Communications
1.2 IoT, Wearable Devices
1.3 Analogue and Mixed Signal Processing
1.4 Numerical Methods and Circuit Simulation
1.5 Low Power Design & VLSI Physical Synthesis
1.6 Modelling, Simulation, and CAD Tools
1.7 VLSI Architecture for Signal Processing
1.8 Hardware architecture for AI
1.9 Smart Sensors

2. Wireless Communications

2.1 MIMO, Multi-user MIMO, and Massive MIMO
2.2 Interference Alignment and Cancellation
2.3 Heterogeneous and Small-Sell Networks
2.4 Channel Modeling and Propagation
2.5 Distributed and Cooperative Communications
2.6 Smart Antennas and Space-Time Processing
2.7 Communication Security

3. Next-Generation Networking

3.1 Software Defined Networking (SDN)
3.2 Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
3.3 Data Center and Cloud-based Networking
3.4 Self-Organizing Networks
3.5 Network Provisioning, Monitoring, Management
3.6 Emerging Internet Applications
3.7 Energy-Efficient Protocol Design
3.8 Green Communication
3.9 Network Security and Privacy

4. Computational Intelligence, Data Science & AI

4.1 Fuzzy Logic
4.2 Neural Networks
4.3 Evolutionary Computation
4.4 Learning Theory
4.5 Machine Learning
4.6 Statistic & Probabilistic Methods
4.7 Data Mining
4.8 Classification
4.9 Clustering
4.10 Association Analysis
4.11 Regression Analysis
4.12 Knowledge-based Engineering
4.13 Time Series Analysis
4.14 Big Data Analysis
4.15 Deep Learning
4.16 Image, Video and Speech Processing
4.17 Natural Language Processing
4.18 Biomedical Information Analysis

5. Wireless Networking & Internet of Things

5.1 Cellular Systems, 4G/5G and Beyond
5.2 WLAN, Mesh, and Vehicular networks
5.3 Spectrum Sharing and Management
5.4 IoT Computing and Networking
5.5 Energy-Efficient Designs for the IoT
5.6 IoT Security, Trust, Privacy
5.7 IoT Data Management, Mining, and Fusion
5.8 New IoT Services and Applications