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SIGCOMM 2023 : ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication


Conference Series : Conference on Applications, Technologies, Architectures, and Protocols for Computer Communication
When Sep 10, 2023 - Sep 14, 2023
Where New York City, US
Abstract Registration Due Feb 8, 2023
Submission Deadline Feb 15, 2023
Notification Due May 10, 2023

Call For Papers

The ACM SIGCOMM 2023 conference seeks papers describing significant research contributions or significant deployment experience in communication networks and networked systems. SIGCOMM takes a broad view of networking, and welcomes submissions on these topics, among others:

All types of computer networks, including mobile, wide-area, data center, embedded, home, and enterprise networks.
All types of wired and wireless technologies, including optics, radio, acoustic, and visible light-based communication.
All aspects of networks and networked systems, such as network architecture, packet-processing hardware and software, virtualization, mobility, resource management, performance, energy consumption, topology, robustness, security, diagnosis, verification, privacy, economics, evolution, and interactions with applications.
All parts of the network life cycle, including planning, designing, building, operating, troubleshooting, and migrations.
All approaches and techniques, including theory, analysis, experiments, and machine learning.

SIGCOMM 2023 will accept submissions in three tracks: research, experience, and panel. Panel submissions are new this year.

Strong research track submissions will significantly advance the state of the art in networking by, for instance, proposing and developing novel ideas or by rigorously evaluating or re-evaluating existing ideas. Strong experience track submissions will present key insights and takeaways found in the course of designing and executing deployments of existing networking techniques, especially in settings that most in the community cannot duplicate (for instance, for reasons of scale). Strong panel submissions will propose a topic and panel of speakers whose ideas and interactions will engage conference attendees. All submissions should discuss the limitations of their work. Survey and tutorial papers are out of scope and will not be reviewed.

Research submissions must be anonymous (not revealing author names). Experience submissions must also be anonymous, but due to their nature, may reveal the name of the deploying organization or deployed system. The authorship of a panel submission may be anonymous, but the proposed panelists must be named in the body of the submission. While no author names can appear in a paper submitted for review, all authors must be listed in HotCRP before the submission deadline so reviewer conflicts are handled properly.

At paper registration time, authors must explicitly indicate in the submission form if their paper is to be considered for the research, experience, or panel track. Each submission will only be considered for the one track identified at submission time.

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