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On behalf of the ICACT2015 international conference committee, I would like to welcome all of you to ICACT2015. It is a great pleasure for me to host the 17th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology (ICACT) in Phoenix Park, PyeongChang, Korea.

The ICACT is annual international conference in the communications field, where all experts from home and abroad come together to present their work, and share new ideas and visions for achieving the future telecommunications age.

The ICACT has been held annually since 1999, and also the last conference, ICACT2014, was successfully held with 266 selected papers in 40 technical sessions including 4 Poster Sessions, 4 Tutorials and a Plenary Session with 2 keynote Speeches. All the presented papers have been registered in IEEE Xplore Digital Library, and indexed by SCOPUS, EI Compendex, INSPEC, and Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), etc.

The special theme of ICACT2015 is focussed on the “Named Data Networking - A Future Internet Architecture”. I expect that the ICACT2015 will play a pivotal role in order to make great contribution to make our world smarter and prosperous. I am very certain that ICACT2015 will be great significance to us all, and I hope you will enjoy both the technical excellence during the sessions and the recreational content of the beautiful Pyeongchang Winter Olympic place in Korea(south).

We look forward to seeing you on July 1-3,2015 at Phoenix Park, PyeongChang, Korea

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Dae-Young Kim

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