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CFP–Special Issue on Quantum Computing Models for 5G and Beyond Communications

Data sets are becoming increasingly complex and more extensive than what our current computers can handle, putting significant pressure on our computing architecture. These data sets are used and maintained in the technologies in Communication devices, end devices, AI-enabled gadgets, etc. Today's computers cannot solve complex problems that quantum computing can easily tackle, which is expected to resolve these challenges in milliseconds. AI is currently dominant in the technology stack and is widely used in every sector. However, beyond AI's capabilities lie the limits of classical computers and 5G network devices. The classical computational methods are replaced with quantum computers. The processing speed of quantum computers surpasses classic computers by millions of times. The development of quantum computing tools is a competitive endeavor, with industry giants like Microsoft, Google, and Intel vying for the lead. With the advancements in quantum computing, there is a possibility of significantly enhancing the performance of machine learning and AI in 5G network devices. In the times to come, the scope of quantum computing will be investigated in terms of its effect on AI and its implications for various sectors such as business, industry, and research sectors with the support of 5G and beyond networks.

The prime aim of this special issue is to motivate researchers to publish their latest research works focusing on the issues and challenges and their solutions in emerging technologies such as quantum computing with 5G and beyond networks, network security and IoT-enabled devices. The proposed submissions and presentations should be original and unpublished works including but not limited to:

  • Quantum computing models for Network Security
  • Quantum computing models for protocol design
  • Quantum computing models in 5G networking
  • Quantum computing models for 5G devices
  • Fog/Grid/Soft/Scalable computing models for 5G and beyond networks
  • Quantum Computing models for smart communications
  • Quantum Computing for IoT
  • Quantum-AI enabled algorithms
  • Quantum ML-enabled Security Services
  • Cloud-enabled security services and applications
  • Quantum-enabled soft/Edge/Grid Computing techniques
  • AI/ML-enabled for 5G and beyond networks



Papers submitted to this journal for possible publication must be original and must not be under consideration for publication in any other journals. Prospective authors should submit an electronic copy of their completed manuscript to https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/tst with manuscript type as “Special Issue on Quantum Computing Models for 5G and beyond Communications”. Further information on the journal is available at: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/RecentIssue.jsp?punumber=5971803 or https://www.sciopen.com/journal/1007-0214.



Submission Deadline: April 30, 2024



Dr. Anil Kumar Budati, ICSDI, UCSI University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. E-mail: budati@ucsiuniversity.edu.my.

Prof. George Ghinea, Brunel University of London, United Kingdom. E-mail: george.ghinea@brunel.ac.uk.

Dr. Li Xingwang, Henan Polytechnic University, China. E-mail: lixingwang@hpu.edu.cn.

Dr. Basem M. Elhalawany, Benha University, Egypt. E-mail: basem.mamdoh@feng.bu.edu.eg.