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GLOBECOM NGN 2010 : IEEE GLOBECOM Next-Generation Networking (NGN) Symposium

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Link: http://www.comsoc.org/confs/globecom/2010/
 
When Dec 6, 2010 - Dec 10, 2010
Where Miami, FL
Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2010
Notification Due Jul 1, 2010
Final Version Due Aug 1, 2010
 

Call For Papers

Call For Paper

IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 Next-Generation Networking (NGN) Symposium
December 6-10, 2010, Miami, Florida, USA

Scope and Motivation

Networking technologies have experienced profound levels of advancement
over the last three decades. These evolutions have come about as a
result of relentless research and development efforts across all layers
of the network hierarchy. As these advances continue to transform our
everyday lives, many new challenges and opportunities are emerging in
the broader area of "next-generation networking". In particular, some of
the key focus areas include network heterogeneity, scalability,
virtualization, services and applications, security, manageability,
dependability, and performance predictability. Moreover, the
next-generation wireless networks are introducing even more niche
problems in mobility management, content distribution, and
self-organization.

Along these lines, the planned Next-Generation
Networking (NGN) Symposium at IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 will hope to address
many of these exciting new focus areas. This symposium will solicit
participation from both academic and industry researchers working in the
area of next-generation networking technologies, services,
architectures, and protocols. The overall goal here will be to present a
latest snapshot of the ongoing work as well as to shed further light on
future directions in this space. The symposium will encourage the
submission of novel technical studies as well as broader position and
vision papers comprising hypothetical/speculative scenarios.

Topics of Interest

The planned symposium topics of interest include, but are not limited

o Future Internet and next-generation networking architectures
o Heterogeneous multi-layer and multi-domain networks, wireless-wireline
internetworking
o Overlay networks and peer-to-peer networking
o Network virtualization, virtual private networks (VPN), and services
o Provisioning, monitoring, and management of IP services: traffic
engineering, mobility support, etc.
o Flow management: resource sharing, congestion control, etc.
o Routing: unicast, multicast, anycast, etc (wireless, wireline)
o Multihoming, network planning and optimization
o Addressing and naming, especially in the presence of mobility and portability
o Operational and research issues with IPv6
o VoIP protocols and services
o Self-protecting networking
o Switch and router architectures, performance, control, buffer
management, packet scheduling
o Network management methodologies and control plane design
o Internet survivability and network resilience strategies
o Mechanisms for self-organisation and autonomous networking
o Traffic measurement, analysis, modeling, visualization, and engineering
o Anomaly, intrusion, and attack detection/prevention
o Policy based mechanisms and high-speed firewall technology
o Packet classification and forwarding mechanisms at ultra-high link rates (ter
abits)
o High speed and parallel processing architectures for next generation routers
o Connecting mobile/wireless devices to the Internet
o Converged networks and applications, including NGN telecom networks
o Content-based networking: caching, distribution, load balancing, resiliency
o Mobile/wireless content distribution
o Internet applications including interactive media, voice and video,
games, immersive applications
o Internet signalling and service enabling protocols, including SIP,
NSIS, HTTP, RTSP/RTP, etc
o Privacy and/or security issues and intrusion detection/prevention in
the Internet
o Design methodologies for Internet services
o Internet economics, pricing models, accounting, Internet growth
modeling
o IP multimedia subsystem: architecture and design
o Next-Generation access networking

Important Dates

o Paper Submission: March 15, 2010
o Paper Acceptance: July 1, 2010
o Camera-ready Paper: August 1, 2010

Symposium Chairs

Yan Chen, Northwestern University
Zhenhai Duan, Florida State University
Nasir Ghani, University of New Mexico
Wojciech Kabacinski, Poznan University of Technology

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