Ultra wide band communication With Robotics & Sensors

This special session is organised and supported by the Institution University of Technology (Department of communication engineering), Baghdad, Iraq

Session Chairs:

  • Professor Dr Afaneen AlKhazragy, Institution University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq (30237@uotechnology.edu.iq)
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Jamal Rasool, Institution University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq (30189@uotechnology.edu.iq)

Session Co-Chairs:

  • Dr.  Atheer Alaa, (30010@uotechnology.edu.iq)
  • Dr. Thamer Jamel, (30024@uotechnology.edu.iq)
  • Dr. Mohammed Fathel, (30015@uotechnology.edu.iq)

Session Committee:

    • Prof. Kasim Mousa Al-Aubidy, Jordan (alaubidy@gmail.com)
    • Prof. Dr Jawad K.Ali, (jawadkali@theiet.org)
    • Assist. Prof Dr Eng. Imene Khanfir Kallel, CEMLab Laboratory, ENIS, Tunisia, (Imen.khanfir.kallel@gmail.com)
    • Assist. Prof Dr Ali Yousif Farrah (30061@uotechnology.edu.iq)
    • Assist Prof Dr Emad Sheehan Ahmed (30029@uotechnology.edu.iq)
    • Assist Prof Dr Mohammed H.Miry
    • Assist Prof Dr Ivan A.Hashem
    • Dr Qussay S. Al Jubouri (30007@uotechnology.edu.iq)
    • Dr Haydar Malik Abdulhadi
    • Dr Ali Owda Abid Noor (30212@uotechnology.edu.iq)
    • Dr Hussam Hussien Al sardines
    • Dr. Ahmed J. Jameel
      Ahlia University, Bahrain
  • Prof. Dr. Hikmat N. Abdullah
    Al-Nahrain University, college of Information Engineering, Iraq


 Communication plays a core role in the work of Robotics whereby intelligent sensors work together to sense of Robots activities/movements and collaborate within a challenging environment of IoT and 5G application.
This session aims to bring researchers and practisioners who are working in different aspects of communications to work together in the Topics of interest include but not limited to communication and antennas applications and 5G applications with the work of Robotics and Sensors


This special session invites authors to submit high-quality research papers on the topics which include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • UWB antenna design.
  • Improving frequency  band
  • UWB UWB Networking.
  • 5G applications with Sensors

Paper Submission:

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers (not exceeding 6 pages) conform to the IEEE format . All papers will be handled and processed electronically via the EDAS online submission system.

Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present their papers.