FI&NS 2015 : International Workshop on Future Internet and Smart Networks
Call For Papers
International Workshop on Future Internet and Smart Networks (FI&SN’2015)
7th-9th October 2015, Guimarães, Portugal
Call for Papers
Future Internet is to be the place where smart objects, smart phones, smart vehicles, computers, grids, clouds, cities, etc, are to be interconnected using dynamic and evolving intelligent network solutions. Underlying this possibility of everything being interconnected, being able to ubiquitously send and receive data, collect big data and exchange useful information, there should be high-speed broadband links to enable smart network solutions.
The “International Workshop on Future Internet and Smart Networks", FI&SN’2015, organized in conjunction with IDC’2015, welcomes submissions of original research papers on all aspects of future Internet, ranging from concepts and theoretical developments to dvanced networking technologies and innovative applications.
Topics of interest include, although are not limited to:
- Networking Solutions for Smart Cities
- Energy-aware networking solutions
- Collaborative and Smart Vehicular Networks
- Internet of Things for Connected Smart Objects
- Automated Network and Services Management
- Collaborative Networks in e-education and elearning
- Distributed Network Management
- Security and Trust in Social Networks
- Security and Trust Management in P2P and DTN systems
- Game Theory based systems for Trust and Security
- Intelligent Transport Systems
- Software Defined Networks and SDN for Cloud
- Collaborative Mobile and Ad-Hoc Networks Services
Papers must have at most 10 pages length and must be formatted according to Springer format for Proceedings and Other Multiauthor Volumes (Latex only) available at:
http://www.springer.com/series/7092. Submissions are automatically handled by Easychair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=fisn2015).
All papers accepted for publication in this Workshop will be published in the IDC'2015 proceedings edited by Springer in the Computational Intelligence Series