Chair Co-Chair
Ing. Mario Farina

Ing. Mario Farina
Ing. Mario Farina
He is an expert in Telecommunications, with more than 25 years of experience in the industry. He held various management positions in technical areas of the Telecom Group in the fixed and mobile services segments, managing teams and innovative and large-scale projects. He is an Electronic Engineer (UTN), and has postgraduate studies in Management and Business (UdeSA). He currently works as a teacher and Director of the Department of Electronics and Communications at the University of Palermo and Postgraduate Professor in Telecommunications (UTN) and UADER. He also works as an independent consultant, advising leading companies in the sector.
Ing. Marcelo Doallo

Ing. Marcelo Doallo
Ing. Marcelo Doallo
He is a full-time Professor at the National Technological University, Buenos Aires Regional Faculty (UTN.BA). He was Director of the Electronic Engineering Department at UTN.BA and before that Director of Information and Communication Technologies at UTN.BA. Outside the academic field, he was an official of the government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in the area of Information Technology and Communications. Before that, he worked in companies in the communications sector. As an IEEE Volunteer, he is currently Secretary of the Argentine Chapter of the Communications Society (ComSoC), previously he held the presidency of the same. And in the Argentine Section of the IEEE, he was president in 2015 and 2016. Before that, he was Vice President and Secretary of the Section.



PhD. Josep M. Jornet

PhD. Josep M. Jornet

Josep M. Jornet is a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering, director of the Ultrabroadband Nanonetworking Laboratory (UN Lab), and a member of the Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things and the SMART Center at Northeastern University. He obtained a degree in telecommunications engineering and a master’s degree in information and communication sciences from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, in Barcelona, ​​Spain, in 2008. He obtained a doctorate in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. , in 2013. His areas of interest include terahertz communications, nano-bio communications networks, and the Internet of Nano-Things. In these fields, he has published more than 180 articles, one book, and also holds four patents. All of these accumulate more than 12,000 citations (h-index of 50). He is the director of multiple projects at the US National Science Foundation, the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and the US Air Force Research Laboratory. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier Nano Communication Networks and an Editor for IEEE Transactions on Communications. He is on the steering committee for the IEEE International Workshop on Terahertz Communications (this year alongside ICC 2022 and Globecom 2022), and also on the ACM NanoCom conference series. He has received multiple awards, including the NSF CAREER Award, multiple conference paper awards, and other awards from the IEEE, ACM, Georgia Tech, UB, and Northeastern University. He is a Senior Fellow of the IEEE and a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Communications Society.

PhD. Wen Tong

PhD. Wen Tong

Dr. Wen Tong is the CTO, Huawei Wireless. He is the head of Huawei wireless research. In 2011, Dr. Tong was appointed the Head of Communications Technologies Labs of Huawei, currently, he is the Huawei 5G chief scientist and leads Huawei’s 10-year-long 5G wireless technologies research and development. Prior to joining Huawei in 2009, Dr. Tong was the Nortel Fellow and head of the Network Technology Labs at Nortel. He joined the Wireless Technology Labs at Bell Northern Research in 1995 in Canada. Dr. Tong is the industry recognized leader in invention of advanced wireless technologies, he is the key contributor to 3GPP since its inception. Dr. Tong was elected as a Huawei Fellow and an IEEE Fellow. He was the recipient of IEEE Communications Society Industry Innovation Award for “the leadership and contributions in development of 3G and 4G wireless systems” in 2014, and IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Industry Leader Award for “pioneering technical contributions and leadership in the mobile communications industry and innovation in 5G mobile communications technology” in 2018. He is also the recipient of R.A. Fessenden Medal. For the past three decades, he had pioneered fundamental technologies from 1G to 6G wireless and Wi-Fi with more than 520 awarded US patents. Dr. Tong is a Fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering, and he serves as Board of Director of Wi-Fi Alliance. He is the committee member for “IEEE Fellow Committee” and “The IEEE Corporate Innovation Award”.

PhD. Santiago Segarra

PhD. Santiago Segarra

Santiago Segarra received the B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering with highest honors (Valedictorian) from the Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA), Argentina, in 2011, the M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), Philadelphia, in 2014 and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Systems Engineering from Penn in 2016. From September 2016 to June 2018 he was a postdoctoral research associate with the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since July 2018, Dr. Segarra is a W. M. Rice Trustee Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University. His research interests include network theory, data analysis, machine learning, and graph signal processing. Dr. Segarra received the ITBA’s 2011 Best Undergraduate Thesis Award in Industrial Engineering, the 2011 Outstanding Graduate Award granted by the National Academy of Engineering of Argentina, the 2017 Penn’s Joseph and Rosaline Wolf Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation in Electrical and Systems Engineering, the 2020 IEEE Signal Processing Society Young Author Best Paper Award, the 2021 Rice’s School of Engineering Research + Teaching Excellence Award, and five best conference paper awards.


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  • 5G Networks
  • Adaptive Equalization
  • Antenna Technology
  • Bandwidth-efficient Coding and Modulation
  • Communications Protocols for Industry 4.0
  • Communications Protocols for the Internet of Things
  • Communications Security
  • End-to-End Quality of Service
  • Information and Telecommunications Systems for electrical systems
  • Modeling of optical/RF spatial communications
  • Optic Interferometry applied to Communications
  • Quantum Cryptography in Communications
  • Radio astronomy, propagation and radiation aspects of terrestrial and spatial communication: wireless, mobile, satellite and telecommunications
  • Software-defined Networks
  • Space Communications



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  • Lucas Gallitto – Director para América Latina de la GSMA
  • Anabel Cisneros – Presidenta del Capítulo Argentino de ISOC
  • Patricio Latini – Presidente del Capítulo Argentino de la Sociedad de Comunicaciones del IEEE




1932 Análisis de la Lista de Routers por Defecto en IPv6 Carlos Albaca Paraván, Sergio Daniel Saade, Federico Herman Lutz and Federico Tissera
7160 Palermo Congestion Control: buffer bloat prevention based on capacity share estimation Alejandro Popovsky and Gustavo Muzzillo
7614 Design and implementation of Yagi-Uda antenna for satellite earth station Gastón Peretti, Santiago Previoto, Federico Beck, Sergio Felissia and Jorge Bossio
7984 Design and implementation of low noise filter and amplifier for satellite earth station Gastón Peretti, Santiago Previoto, Federico Beck, Sergio Felissia and Jorge Bossio