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Advance in Integrated Satellite-Aerial-Terrestrial Scalable Information Systems Special Issue

Editorial Board
Special Issue Editors:
  • Xuan Liu (Yangzhou University)+ BioXuan Liu graduated from Shandong University, China, and received M.S. degree from Wuhan Polytechnic University, China and Ph.D. degree in computer science and engineering from Southeast University, China. Since 2020, he joins Yangzhou University, China. He is serving as an Advisory Editor of Wiley Engineering Reports, an Associate Editor of Springer Telecommunication Systems, IET Smart Cities, Taylor& Francis International Journal of Computers and Applications and KeAi International Journal of Intelligent Networks, an Area Editor of EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things, the Lead Guest Editor of Elsevier Internet of Things, Wiley Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies and Wiley Internet Technology Letters, and the Chair of CollaborateCom 2020 workshop. He served as a TPC Member of ACM MobiCom 2020 workshop, IEEE INFOCOM 2020 workshop, IEEE ICC 2020/2019, IEEE GlobeCom 2020/2019, IEEE PIMRC 2020/2019, IEEE MSN 2020, IEEE VTC 2020/2019/2018, IEEE ICIN2020, IEEE GIIS 2020, IEEE DASC 2019, APNOMS 2020/2019, AdHoc-Now2020, FNC 2020/2019, EAI CollaborateCom 2020/2019, and EAI ChinaCom 2019, etc. Furthermore, he served as a Reviewer for 20+ reputable conferences/journals including IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICC, IEEE GlobeCom, IEEE WCNC, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE COMMAG, IEEE TII, IEEE IoT, IEEE CL, Elsevier, JNCA, Elsevier FGCS, Springer WINE, Springer TELS, IET SMC, EAI CollaborateCom, and Wiley IJCS, etc. His current research interests include collaborative networking and content delivery towards future network (6G wireless network, smart cities and aerial communication systems).
Aims & Scope
Integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial scalable information systems are extremely significant in many realistic domains, including earth observation and mapping, intelligent transportation system (ITS), military mission, disaster rescue, etc. Specifically, as an integrated system of satellite, aerial, and terrestrial segments, the satellite segment is able to afford seamless connectivity in areas of rural, ocean and mountain, the aerial network can heighten the network capacity for tremendous service requests, while the terrestrial system can maintain high data rate access. Accordingly, the integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial scalable information systems have increasingly attracted great research interest in area of future network.In order to have a comprehensive knowledge of the latest technologies and challenges for constructing the integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial scalable information systems for researchers and engineers. This Special Issue (SI) is soliciting scientific research papers that can present a snapshot of the latest research status of the integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial scalable information systems. Research papers that introduce the technologies and challenges related to the integrated satellite-aerial-terrestrial scalable information systems, are of high interest.
Manuscript submission deadline:
Notification of acceptance:
Submission of final revised paper:
Publication of special issue (tentative):

Scalable Information Systems
Submission Closed