IEEE International Conference on Advanced Networks and Telecommunications Systems
17–20 December 2023 // MNIT Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Ubiquitous networking for seamless connectivity

Call for Tutorials


Tutorial Program Chairs

Deepak Nadig, Purdue University, USA
Hemant Rath, TCS Research and Innovation, India



Tutorial Proposal Submission: 31 July 2023
Tutorial Proposal Acceptance Notification: Rolling basis



IEEE ANTS 2023 seeks half-day and full-day tutorial proposals on new, emerging and specialized topics that align with the conference theme “Ubiquitous networking for seamless connectivity.” Tutorials will be held in conjunction with the IEEE ANTS 2023 main conference. The Tutorials intend to cover specialized topics that provide a hands-on learning
experience. We solicit proposals for full- and half-day tutorials from domain experts to cover current topics directly relevant to the conference, such as (but not limited to):

  • 5G and 6G Technologies
  • Underwater/Underground/Aerial Communications and Networking
  • Satellite and Radar Communications
  • Free Space Optics
  • Visible Light Communications
  • Optical Networks
  • Defence Communications and Networking
  • Big Data and Analytics, Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • Machine Learning for Communication and Networking
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Rural and Remote Connectivity
  • Open Networking
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Integrated Sensing and Communication
  • Quantum Communication and Networks
  • Intelligent Meta-surfaces
  • Full-Duplex Communications
  • Cloud and Edge Technologies
  • Autonomous Networks
  • Software Defined Networks and Network Virtualization
  • Semantic Communications
  • Haptic and Holographic Technologies
  • Security/Privacy/Trust
  • Scalable/Sustainable Connectivity
  • Testbed and Prototype Implementation
  • Network Simulation/Emulation

Proposals should have explicit and focused teaching material covering new and emerging topics within the scope of the conference. Proposals must provide an in-depth survey of a chosen topic with the option of describing a particular work in detail and a meaningful summary of open issues. Proposed tutorials should be comprehensive, informative, and appealing to the attendees. Tutorial instructors must commit to preparing the tutorial materials (e.g., slides, hands-on exercises) reflecting high-quality standards. All tutorials will be featured prominently in the conference program. Therefore, we will emphasize emerging topics to make the Tutorials more relevant. Tutorials should highlight current topics related to technical and business issues that encourage the active participation of students, academia, government and industry professionals.

How to Submit Tutorial Proposals

Tutorial Proposal Submission Link:

All tutorial proposals should be submitted in a PDF file, not exceeding two (02) pages, for review via EDAS. The proposal should clearly indicate the topic, provide a brief description of the topic, the format (i.e., session duration, lab/computing facilities needed for the session) and whether the proposal is for a full day (6 hours) or half day (3 hours). For submissions, please refer to the tutorial proposal template on the website. The deadline for tutorial proposals is 31 July 2023. We will notify the acceptance on a Rolling basis, and the selected tutorials will be held on the first day of the conference.

Download Template for Tutorials




Please direct any questions to tutorial program chairs Deepak Nadig ( and Hemant Rath (