The National Conference on Communications (NCC) is a flagship conference of India in the area of Communications, Signal Processing and Networks. It has been organized every year, starting from the year 1995, by the Joint Telematics Group (JTG) of the Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institute of Science. More information on the history and previous editions of NCC can be found on this page. NCC 2018, the 24th edition of NCC, will be held at Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad.
31.10.2017: Submission deadline extended to 06 November 2017 (hard deadline).
16.10.2017: Tutorial and Workshop CFPs now online.
14.10.2017: Submission deadline extended to 30 October 2017.
14.10.2017: Co-sponsorship for NCC 2018 from IEEE.
24.08.2017: Paper submission is now open.
25.07.2017: Information for potential patrons available here.
25.07.2017: Keynote speaker list can be found here. This list will be updated continually.
CommunicationsCoding Theory, Cognitive Radios, Communications for 5G, Green Communications, Systems and Circuits, Information Theory, Massive MIMO, Molecular and Biological Communications, Network Coding, Optical Communications, Physical Layer Security, Power Line Communications, RF/Microwaves/Antennas, Satellite Communications, Smart Grid Communications, Systems and Circuits, Underwater Systems
NetworksAdhoc and Sensor Networks, Biological Networks, Cellular Networks, Cloud-/fog-/edge-based Networks, Converged Networks, Cyber-Physical Systems, Data Center Networks, Information-centric Networks, Internet of Things (IoT), Mobile Social Networks, Network Test-Beds and Deployments, Networks for 5G, Optical Networks, SDN/NFV, Security and Privacy, Underwater Networks, Vehicular Networks
Array Signal Processing, Biomedical Signal Processing, Compressed Sensing, Computer Vision, Deep Learning, Detection and Estimation, DSP Algorithms and Architectures, Image/Video Processing, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Pattern Recognition, Signal Processing for Communication, Speech and Audio Processing, Transfer Learning