INC 2022 : 13th International Network Conference 2022
Conference Series : International Conference on Networked Computing
Call For Papers
13th International Networking Conference (INC2022)
17-19 October 2022, Virtual Conference
We invite you to submit your work in the International Networking Conference 2022. This conference is the thirteenth in a series of events that was established in 1998, and will bring together leading figures from academia and industry to present and discuss the latest advances in networking technologies.
Suggested topics for papers include, but are not limited to, the following:
Network architectures: NFV, SDN, Future networks, Vehicular networking, Delay-tolerant networking, Peer to peer networks, Green networking, Network testbeds
Traffic engineering and network management: Routing, Network coding, Network and Service management, Traffic engineering, Congestion control
Application performance: Quality of Service, Quality of Experience, Multimedia over IP, Real time applications
Mobile networking and services: 5G, 4G/LTE, Mobile commerce, Service discovery and management, Telecommunication services, Cloud computing
Wireless networking: Wireless local & personal area networks, Wireless multimedia systems, Wireless protocols, Wireless sensor networks
Internet of Things: Wireless sensor networks, NFC, RFID, Big data, measurement and visualisation
Applications and impacts: Virtual communities, Pervasive networks, Network-enabled devices, Smart City, Smart Grid, Smart Home, Distributed Systems and middleware
Security and privacy: Authentication and access control, Network security, Intrusion detection and response, Digital Forensics
The conference welcomes papers addressing technological and/or application level issues, as well as those illustrating the impact of networking in a societal context (e.g. commerce, communication, education etc.).
Authors are invited to submit their full papers by 30 June 2022. The total length of the paper should not exceed 15 pages for full papers, including all figures, tables and references. Submitted papers must be original work, previously unpublished and must not be under consideration or review for any other publication.
REVIEW PROCESS AND PUBLICATION
All papers will be reviewed by at least two members of the Technical Programme Committee. Accepted papers will receive detailed instructions to authors on the finalisation of the camera-ready copy, along with any comments forwarded by the reviewers.
All accepted and presented papers will be published by Springer Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems and indexed by Scopus.
Until 31st August 2020 - €120
From 1st September 2020 - €200
Dr Bogdan Ghita (University of Plymouth, UK) and Dr Stavros Shiaeles (University of Portsmouth, UK)