IEEE Military Communications Conference
28 October – 1 November 2024 // Washington, DC, USA
C5I Technologies for Military and Intelligence Operations Today and Tomorrow

Call for Demos

Submit your Demo Now

Technical demonstrations showing/presenting innovative and original research are solicited. In general, IEEE MILCOM is interested in demonstrations and posters of technology that validate important research ideas or showcase realistic applications. The research topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Cellular networks
  • Channel emulation
  • Cloud computing
  • Cognitive radio networks
  • Cooperative networking
  • Cross-layer optimization and control
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Delay tolerant networks
  • Energy efficiency
  • Fault tolerance, reliability and survivability
  • Flow and congestion control
  • Game theory in networks
  • Information security and privacy
  • Information centric networking
  • Interference management and mitigation
  • Internet of Things
  • JC&S (Joint Communication and sensing)
  • Localization and location-based services
  • Medium access control
  • MIMO-based networking
  • Mobile cloud computing
  • Mobility management and models
  • Multimedia networking
  • Network calculus
  • Network coding
  • Network management
  • Network measurement and analysis
  • Network security and privacy
  • Network virtualization
  • NTN (Non Terrestrial Network)
  • Optical networks
  • Overlay and peer-to-peer networks
  • Positioning
  • Quality of Service and resource management
  • RIS (Reflective intelligence surfaces)
  • Robotic network
  • Router and switch design
  • Routing & multicast
  • Scaling laws and fundamental limits
  • Scheduling and buffer management
  • Smart antenna based networking
  • Smart grid
  • Smartphone and mobile applications
  • Software defined networking
  • Spectrum Monitoring
  • Tactile Internet
  • Vehicular networks
  • Web applications and content distribution
  • Wireless security and privacy
  • Wireless sensor networks


Submissions should be a two-page abstract that follows the IEEE formatting guidelines. Please refer to the IEEE submission instructions for details. There is no need for double-blind submissions (names, affiliations, and email addresses are therefore required). Please be as specific as possible in describing what you will display or demonstrate for your demo. The demo session will be held in person, and at least one co-author of the accepted demo is required to present in the conference. If a demonstration requires special arrangements or additional equipment, please detail it in the submission. All additional equipment/needs are subject to budget approval. Abstracts of accepted demos will be included in the MILCOM 2024 Proceedings. Accepted and presented abstracts will be submitted to IEEE Xplore®.

Demo submissions should be made via EDAS


New Demo Paper Submission deadline: 16 July 2024 23 July 2024 (FINAL)
New Notification Acceptance:  20 August 2024
New Camera Ready Version:  30 August 2024