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Edge Sensing and Computing in 6G

A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Physical Sensors".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2024) | Viewed by 1571

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Department of Electronic Engineering, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Douliu, Taiwan
Interests: advanced nanomaterials and nanoparticles; MEMS sensing design; hardware/EE/RF circuit and IC design; antenna/microwave wireless design; EMC/EMI design; millimeter-wave and terahertz communication; artificial intelligence
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Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Universitatea POLITEHNICA din București, 060042 București, Romania
Interests: nanodevices series
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Department of Telecommunication Engineering, University of Jaén, 23071 Jaén, Spain
Interests: consumption; data centers; scientific workflows; machine learning; soft computing; artificial intelligence; optical communications; cloud computing
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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China
Interests: wide bandgap semiconductor devices and their integrated circuit; wireless power transfer
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Soon, 6G wireless communications will be the new standard, providing not only huge bitrates (terabits per second) and lower latency (less than 1 ms) but also enabling a “hyper-connected” paradigm that will connect users and things. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will play a major role within 6G, and thus more computation and communication resources will be consumed; their optimization is a must. There are an increasing number of new applications such as pervasive edge intelligence, ultra-massive machine-type communications, extremely reliable ultra-low-latency communications, holographic telepresence, eHealth and Parkinson's disease applications, pervasive connectivity in smart environments, UAV, autonomous driving, Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, industry 4.0 and massive robotics, massive unmanned mobility in three dimensions, and augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Many future data-intensive applications and services, such as pervasive edge intelligence, holographic rendering, high-precision manufacturing, ultra-massive machine-type communications, and MR-based gaming, are expected to demand a higher data rate (+1Tbps) and extremely low delay (0.1ms).

This Special Issue aims to define the framework of wireless communications and edge computing in 6G, its services, and breakthrough technologies. We are soliciting original contributions that have not been previously published and are not currently under consideration by any other journals. Particular emphasis is placed on radical new concepts and ideas. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Edge computing applications for 6G wireless communications;
  • 6G antenna design for massive mimo;
  • 6G front-end transmitter and receiver circuits design;
  • Thz communications for 6G applications;
  • Artificial intelligence of things for 6G;
  • Mobile communications and network architectures for a 6G system;
  • Edge and cloud computing for robotics, UAV, AR/VR and automation;
  • AI for edge computing of electric vehicles.

Dr. Wencheng Lai
Prof. Dr. Lidia Dobrescu
Dr. Rocío Pérez de Prado
Dr. Wen Liu
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Keywords

  • edge computing applications for 6G wireless communications
  • 6G antenna design for massive mimo
  • 6G front-end transmitter and receiver circuits design
  • Thz communications for 6G applications
  • artificial intelligence of things for 6G
  • mobile communications and network architectures for a 6G system
  • edge and cloud computing for robotics, UAV, AR/VR and automation
  • AI for edge computing of electric vehicles

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A Review and Comparative Analysis of Relevant Approaches of Zero Trust Network Model
by Poonam Dhiman, Neha Saini, Yonis Gulzar, Sherzod Turaev, Amandeep Kaur, Khair Ul Nisa and Yasir Hamid
Sensors 2024, 24(4), 1328; https://doi.org/10.3390/s24041328 - 19 Feb 2024
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The Zero Trust safety architecture emerged as an intriguing approach for overcoming the shortcomings of standard network security solutions. This extensive survey study provides a meticulous explanation of the underlying principles of Zero Trust, as well as an assessment of the many strategies [...] Read more.
The Zero Trust safety architecture emerged as an intriguing approach for overcoming the shortcomings of standard network security solutions. This extensive survey study provides a meticulous explanation of the underlying principles of Zero Trust, as well as an assessment of the many strategies and possibilities for effective implementation. The survey begins by examining the role of authentication and access control within Zero Trust Architectures, and subsequently investigates innovative authentication, as well as access control solutions across different scenarios. It more deeply explores traditional techniques for encryption, micro-segmentation, and security automation, emphasizing their importance in achieving a secure Zero Trust environment. Zero Trust Architecture is explained in brief, along with the Taxonomy of Zero Trust Network Features. This review article provides useful insights into the Zero Trust paradigm, its approaches, problems, and future research objectives for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. This survey contributes to the growth and implementation of secure network architectures in critical infrastructures by developing a deeper knowledge of Zero Trust. Full article
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