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IEEE DySPAN is the premier conference to discuss, publish, and present recent advancements in Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) and Cognitive Radio, including novel approaches and technologies enabling more efficient use of the radio spectrum. Previous DySPAN conferences have mainly explored technologies and policies for various distributed techniques for opportunistic spectrum access, "Cognitive Radio". Recent studies, however, have clearly demonstrated the limitations of sensing based access systems for large scale use. "The focus of the 2015 conference should therefore be on novel approaches to dynamic and flexible spectrum management", says the General chair, Jens Zander. Of particular interest are approaches suitable to provide large amounts of spectrum for short range communication, thus addressing the "capacity crunch" in dense urban areas.