Track 5 Green and Intelligent Communications for 6G Networks

Track Chairs:

8Yong Liu, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Electronics and Information Engineering, South China Normal University, Foshan, 528225, China.

8Lisu Yu, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Information Engineering, Nanchang University, Nanchang 330031, China, E-mail:

8Donghong Cai, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Cyber Security, Jinan University, Guangzhou 510632, China,

8Tao Deng, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science and Technology, Soochow University, Suzhou, Jiangsu 215006, China. E-mail:



The unprecedented and rapid growth of smart devices/data traffic/emerging applications has caused severe challenges in the transmission design and resource management for 6G networks. On one hand, green communication plays an essential role to realize the energy-efficient information transmission and processing, both environmentally and economically. To achieve it, an alternative method is to reduce the energy consumption involved in wireless communications and network protocols, while another way is to exploit the emerging energy harvesting technology based on wind/solar/RF signals, to realize the sustainable wireless communication and network. On the other hand, due to the advantages of achieving high-dimension analysis and sequential decision-making, the artificial intelligence (AI) technique, such as supervised/unsupervised/reinforcement learning, becomes a promising method to address the resource manage for wireless network, especially concerning the heterogenous and large-scale networks. Thus, it is highly desired to achieve the green and intelligent communication and networking for the next-generation wireless networks.


This track focuses on the emerging and innovative technologies, from the perspectives of network architecture, advanced communication techniques, algorithm and protocol design, and application development, to achieve green and intelligent communication networks. We solicit original, high-quality, and unpublished research papers on topics including, but not limited to:

Energy-efficient network architectures/protocols/transmission techniques for 6G

RF energy harvesting empowered wireless networking

Coordinated scheduling for wireless information and power transfer

Artificial intelligence/machine learning-based resource management

Resource management for backbone/access/smart grid/cognitive/sensor networks

Optimal control for sustainable unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) networks

Efficient resource management with MIMO/NOMA/MEC/RIS techniques

Freshness-aware sustainable networking for 6G