NetSys 2017 : 3rd International Conference on Networked Systems
Call For Papers
The Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2017) provides an international forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to discuss recent innovations in the realm of networked systems – including aspects of networking, distributed systems, communications, middleware, and applications. NetSys conference proceedings will be published in IEEE Xplore®.
NetSys is a biennial event that originates from the key scientific conference on networked systems in German-speaking countries KiVS (Kommunikation in Verteilten Systemen) – which was initiated 37 years ago and has international orientation since 2013. NetSys is organized by the special interest group “Communication and Distributed Systems” (KUVS), which is anchored both in the German Computer Science society (Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)) and in the Information Technology society (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE (ITG)).
NetSys solicits submission of high-quality, original scientific papers presenting novel research on the wide range of networked systems, including but not limited to:
- Network architectures and protocols
- Transport- and application-layer protocols
- Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
- Software-defined networking and network/functionality virtualization
- Mobile, ad-hoc, opportunistic, vehicular and sensor networks
- Middleware architectures and platforms for networked systems
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Cloud computing, mobile cloud computing
- Network/cyber security and privacy
- Smart grid
- Information-centric networking, content distribution and retrieval
- SoA, web services, and mobile services
- Consistency, reliability, availability, and programming support
- Social networks, social computing, data-intensive computing (big data)
- Methods for design, implementation and analysis of networked systems
- Cyber-physical systems
- Green networks and green networked systems
- Emerging networked applications
Separate workshops, tutorials, poster/demonstrations, and a doctoral forum will complement the technical sessions.