posted by user: dbrawat || 569 views || tracked by 1 users: [display]

IEEE SCAN 2018 : The 3rd IEEE INFOCOM Workshop on Advances in Software Defined and Context‐Aware Cognitive Networks 2018

FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle

Link: https://sites.google.com/site/ieeescan2018/
 
When Apr 15, 2018 - Apr 19, 2018
Where Hawaii
Submission Deadline Jan 12, 2018
Notification Due Feb 7, 2018
Final Version Due Feb 28, 2018
 

Call For Papers

Future wireless systems will require a paradigm shift in how they are networked, organized, configured, optimized, and recovered automatically based on their operating situations. With the emergence of software defined networks, dynamic adaptive services and applications are gaining much attention since they allow automatic configuration of devices and their parameters, systems, and services to user's context change. In addition, context awareness, with the help of software defined and cognitive systems, allows customization of operating parameters of devices, users, applications, and networks based on the current context.

Our aim is to promote the development of intelligent networks by creating intelligent framework, protocols and algorithms. The proposed INFOCOM workshop SCAN‐2018 will serve as a forum for researchers from academia, government and industries to exchange ideas and present new results and provide future visions on the software defined and context‐aware cognitive networks.

Topics include, but not limited to:

-Architecture and protocols for software defined networks
-Big data analytics in software defined and cognitive networks
-Reliability, efficiency and routing issues in context‐aware systems
-Fundamental limits for autonomic and opportunistic communications
-Co‐existence of opportunistic communication networks
-Blockchain technology enabled wireless networks
-Opportunistic spectrum access in mobile and vehicular networks
-Data dissemination techniques in context‐aware systems
-Context aware mechanisms and algorithms
-Cognition‐driven information processing and decision making
-Trust, security, privacy, and reputation
-Socio‐economic models for autonomic and opportunistic communications
-Cognitive communication and networking
-Context based content delivery and adaptive schemes
-Network virtualization and software defined networks
-Self‐organization, self‐configuration, self‐optimization and self‐recovery
-Software defined systems scalability and optimization
-Software defined systems challenges and opportunities
-Biological‐inspired networking

============================================
General Chair

- Min Song, Michigan Tech, USA

Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs

- Danda B. Rawat, Howard University, USA
- Jaime Lloret, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
- Shengling Wang, Beijing Normal University, China
- Charles Kamhoua, Army Research Lab, USA

========================================

Related Resources

ICMLA 2019   18th IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications
IEEE BigData 2019   IEEE International Conference on Big Data
SSCI 2019   The 2019 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence
IEEE-TEM 2019   IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management: Special Issue Smart Services and Software Platforms
IEEE ISM 2019   IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia
UCC 2019   12th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Cloud Computing
HiPC 2019   26th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing, Data, and Analytics
IEEE Mobile Cloud 2019   The Seventh IEEE International Conference on Mobile Cloud Computing, Services, and Engineering
IEEE--ICAIT--Ei and SCOPUS 2019   IEEE--2019 11th International Conference on Advanced Infocomm Technology (ICAIT 2019)--Ei Compendex and SCOPUS
IEEE ICDM 2019   IEEE ICDM 2019: Call for Tutorials