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2nd Workshop on Intelligent Infocommunication Networks, Systems and Services - WINS 2024
2024. 02. 05

2nd Workshop on
Intelligent Infocommunication Networks, Systems and Services (WINS 2024)

5 February, 2024 - 8:30 - 17:15 - BME Building Q, room QBF08


- 8:40 Opening - by János Levendovszy, vice-rector, BME
- 8:50 WINS opening by Pál Varga, BME-TMIT

Technical session 1: Advances in speech technology

9:00 - 9: 20 Mengkedalai Mengkedalai, Yan Meng and Péter Mihajlik:
    Model-Centric Data Selection: Refining End-to-End Speech Recognition
9:20 - 9:40 Ibrahim Ibrahimov, Gábor Gosztolya and Tamás Gábor Csapó:
    Towards Cross-Speaker Articulation-to-Speech Synthesis using Dynamic Time Warping Alignment on Speech Signals
9:40 - 10:00 Dosti Aziz and David Sztahó:
    Dysphonia Detection Using a Fully Convolutional Neural Network Adapted to Dynamic Speech Lengths
10:00 - 10:20  Shaimaa Alwaisi, Mohammed Salah Al-Radhi and Géza Németh:
    Multi-Speaker Child Speech Synthesis in Low-Resource Hungarian Language
10:20 - 10:40 Shukhrat Kulboboev and Mohammed Salah Al-Radhi: Improving Speech Naturalness and Nuance using HiFiGAN-Hubert-Soft Vocoder: A Case Study of the Voicebox TTS Model

- 10:40 - 11:00 Coffee break

Technical session 2: Communicating systems

11:00 - 11:20 Balázs Kvancz and Bertalan Forstner:
    Performance review of using gRPC for inter-service communication in microservice architecture
11:20 - 11:40 Kitti Oláh, Ferenc Simon and László Bacsárdi:
    Investigation of quantum-bit realization for quantum memory
11:40 - 12:00 Máté L. Iványi, Ádám Süle, Attila Zólomy and Tibor Berceli:
    Miniaturization of patch antennas using arrays of split ring resonator type unit cells
12:00 - 12:20 Siyu Chen and Pál Varga:
    Interoperability for Cyber-Physical Systems: an Overview of Challenges and Research Gaps
12:20 - 12:40 Fei Wang:
    An Approach to Formal Verification of Atomic Swap Protocols

- 12:40 - 13:40: Lunch break

Technical session 3: Machne learning models and applications

13:40 - 14:00: Attila Zoltán Jenei and Dávid Sztahó:
    Contribution of Different Movement Tasks to Differential Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease
14:00 - 14:20: Dániel László Vajda, Tien Van Do and Károly Farkas:
    Data Pre-processing to Improve Anomaly Detection in the Telemetry of a Server Farm
14:20 - 14:40: László Varga, Gergely László Dobreff and Alija Pašić:
    Service quality-based network slicing optimization
14:40 - 15:00: Katica Bozsó, András Béres and Báint Gyires-Tóth:
    Semantic Segmentation Mask-Guided Diffusion Models: A Pathway to Enriched Datasets in Autonomous Systems
15:00 - 15:20: Hamdi M H Abed and Bálint Gyires-Tóth:
    Adaptive Temporal Convolutional Network for Language Modeling

- Posters: 9:00 - 13:40

- Qianhao Zhang and Levente Buttyán: Towards a Hybrid Approach for Improving Malware Detection in IoT Devices
- Attila Rácz and Norbert Fogarasi: Selection and LSTM based trading of sparse, optimal portfolios using the VAR(p) model
- Ahmed S. Mohamed and Eszter Udvary: Modes Selection in Fronthaul Mode Division Multiplexing Bidirectional Transmission System for Mobile In-Building Solutions


------- Call for Papers ------

The WINS workshop aims for exchanging ideas and recent results in the general domains of Intelligent Infocommunication Networks, Systems and Services. The workshop Authors are invited to submit original contributions written in English that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. The submissions should be scientifically sound, and could report on theoretical research results as well as about achievements appreciated by industrial experts.
Technical papers must be formatted using the IEEE 2-column format and not exceed 6 pages.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Communication theory
- Optical communications
- Quantum computing and quantum communication
- Broadband radio communications
- Communication systems in space
- Propagation and scattering of electromagnetic waves
- Infocommunication aspects of EMC
- Remote sensing
- Sensor fusion
- State of the art hardware elements of infocommunication systems
- Distributed systems
- Telecommunication systems
- Network Science
- Softwarized Networks, SDN, NFV, VNF
- Artificial Intelligence in networks and services
- Generative AI in networks, systems and services
- Speech interface technologies
- Human computer interactions
- Deep learning for signal processing and NLP
- Multimedia processing and content distribution
- Data Science and its applications
- Sensor networks, IoT, V2X and smart cities
- Intelligent network and service management
- Network Security
- Management of smart vertical systems for Industry 4.0
- Human-Machine collaboration towards Industry 5.0
- Modeling, measurement and performance analysis


Organizing committee:

General Chairs
Dr. Sándor Imre (BME-HIT), Dr. Szabolcs Gyimóthy (BME-HVT), Dr. Pál Varga (BME-TMIT)

Technical Program Chairs:
Dr. Gábor Horváth (BME-HIT), Dr. József Pávó (BME-HVT), Dr. János Tapolcai (BME-TMIT)

Important dates:

Registration of Title and Abstract: 20 December, 2023 (final)
Full paper submission: 20 December, 2023 (final)

Notification about decision: 15 January, 2024

Camera ready paper: 5 February, 2024
Workshop day: 5 February, 2024

Submission: Through EasyChair: