IDCS 2019 : IDCS2019: The 12th International Conference on Internet and Distributed Computing Systems
Call For Papers
The 12th International Conference on Internet and Distributed Computing Systems is the perfect venue for an academic and the single track format participants to include academia, industry, and Ph.D. students to interact and socialize. Invited keynote speakers are opening the activities of each day.
TOPICS OF INTEREST: Distributed Computing, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Edge Computing, Fog Computing, Internet Applications, Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Big Data, and Transportation and Logistics.
Modern systems such as distributed systems, cloud computing, mobile computing, edge computing, fog computing, and cyber-physical systems are tending to complexity, elasticity, dependability, security. Especially when dealing with dynamic events or actions in their environments and/or Internet applications, we not only need to keep those systems running normally but also need them to self-adapt to many changes.
On the other hand, the development of the Internet is very high rapid, and the Internet has already entered the 5G era. The Internet as society infrastructure and the widespread use of mobile edge, wireless wearable devices or IoT sensors have laid the foundation for the emergence of innovative network applications, transportation, and logistics. Under the influence of these most advanced technologies, human production and life are gradually changing.
The academic and industrial worlds are constantly developing and innovating in areas such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and media stream processing. These technologies not only enrich and improve the quality of life of modern people but also in the process of integration in many fields. The huge amount of data processing and the integration of the digital world with the physical environment make humans to also set a constructive development in biological, agricultural, and policy.
This conference desires to look for inspiration in diverse areas (e.g. infrastructure & system design, software development, big data, control theory, artificial intelligence, IoT, self-adaptation, emerging models, paradigms, applications and technologies related to Internet-based distributed systems) to develop new ways to design and manage such complex and adaptive computation resources.
A special session of the conference is dedicated to Ph.D. students.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome: Distributed Computing, Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Edge Computing, Fog Computing, Internet Applications, Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Big Data, and Transportation and Logistics.
• Submission Due: June 1, 2019
• Acceptance Notification: July 31, 2019
• Camera-ready Copy Due: August 19, 2019
• Registration Due: August 5/September 6, 2019, 23:59 (ETC)
• Conference: October 10-12, 2019
All papers should be in English and submitted electronically in PDF. The format of your submission must follow the Word 2003 template or Word 2007 template or latex template. Papers should be converted to PDF before submission (https://easychair.org/my/conference.cgi?conf=idcs2019;welcome=1).
Up to 10 pages (+2 pages with extra fee) regular manuscripts prepared in the standard Springer LNCS proceedings paper template. Submitted papers should present original results of theoretical or practical research applied to engineering problems. Papers submitted for presentation at the IDCS2019 Conference will be peer‐reviewed.
Selected papers will be invited for possible publication in International Journals. Best paper and best student paper will be chosen in our conferences, and the first author will receive the certificate and pretty gift at the IDCS2019.
Up to 6 pages (+2 pages with extra fee) manuscripts prepared in the standard Springer LNCS proceedings paper template. Submitted papers should present original results of theoretical or practical research applied to engineering problems. Short papers submitted for presentation at the IDCS2019 Conference will be peer‐reviewed.
Up to 6 pages (+2 pages with extra fee) manuscripts prepared in the standard Springer LNCS proceedings paper template. Submitted papers should present original results of theoretical or practical research applied to engineering problems; new research lines, on going working in progress contributions and mixed poster/demo applications are really welcome.
Each submitted paper must follow the Springer LNCS proceedings paper template (https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines). The copyright form to be submitted along with the CR paper is (available here). The maximum length of regular conference papers, including all figures, appendix, references, etc., is 12 pages.
Authors of the accepted papers must submit a final manuscript for conference proceedings before 20 August, 2019 and attend the conference to present the paper at IDCS 2019 in Napoli. Authors of accepted papers MUST register before 31 August, 2019 to have their papers included in the Springer LNCS Proceedings.
Please refer to the Easy-Chair submission system for review comments, and revise your paper as required accordingly. The format of camera-ready submission should be compatible with LNCS publication standards. The maximum length of regular conference papers is 12 pages. The maximum length of short conference papers is 8 pages. The maximum length of poster paper is 8 pages. The final submission will be rejected for publication if the author fails to revise it.
The Final submission must be done through Easy-Chair and the uploaded file should be a zip file containing:
• Final paper in PDF format
• Source files (Latex or Word)
• Scanned signed copyright form
The format of camera-ready submission should be strictly compatible with Springer LNCS proceedings paper standards. Accepted and presented papers will be copyrighted to Springer LNCS and published in conference proceedings.
Papers will be published LNCS, only if all three of the following requirements are satisfied:
(1) All correct publication materials of a paper are submitted
(2) At least one regular registration fee is paid to cover one paper
(3) The work is presented at the conference
The conference proceedings will be published as Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). All contributions will also be electronically available through Springer Link Database and will be indexed through ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Science (CPCI-S), EI, Scopus, ACM Digital Library, DBLP, and Google Scholar. Authors of selected conference papers will be invited to submit an extended paper to Special Issues that will be organized in reputed journals (SCI-indexed).
The conference will be held in Naples (Italy) hosted by the University of Naples Parthenope in the amazing Villa Doria d'Angri. Visit the web site https://idcs2019.uniparthenope.it or watch the conference trailer.
• Ian Foster – University of Chicago – Illinois – USA
• Alfredo Petrosino – University of Napoli Parthenope – Italy
• Raffaele Gravina – University of Calabria – Italy
• Giuseppe Di Fatta – University of Reading – UK
• Jianhua Ma – Hosei University – Japan
• Sokol Kosta – University of Aalborg – Denmark
• Sandra Gesing – University of Notre Dame – Indiana – USA
• Beniamino Di Martino – University of Campania, L. Vanvitelli – Italy
• Min Chen – Huazhong University of Science and Technology – China
•Raffaele Montella – University of Napoli Parthenope – Italy
Special Session Co-Chairs
• Sisi Duan – University of Maryland in Baltimore – USA
• Giancarlo Fortino – University of Calabria – Italy
• Javier Garcia Blas – University of Madrid Carlos III – Spain
• Claudio Savaglio – University of Calabria – Italy
• Antonio Guerrieri – ICAR-CNR – Italy
Social Media and Communication Chair
• Federica Izzo – University of Napoli Parthenope – Italy
• Antonio Liotta – University of Derby – UK
• Giuseppe Coviello – Nec-Labs of America – New Jersey – USA
• Mukaddim Pathan – Telstra – Australia
• Salvatore Venticinque – University of Campania, Luigi Vanvitelli – Italy
• Jingtao Sun – National Institute of Informatics – Japan
• Fabio Narducci – University of Napoli Parthenope – Italy
• Jemal Abawajy, Deakin University, Australia
• Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia
• Giancarlo Fortino, University of Calabria, Italy
• Dimitrios Georgakopolous, RMIT University, Australia
• Mukaddim Pathan, Telstra, Australia
• Yang Xiang, Swinburne University, Australia
• Giuseppe Di Fatta, University of Reading, UK
• Min Chen Huazhong, University of Science and Technology, China
All questions about submissions should be emailed to Dr. Raffaele Montella: email@example.com