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ICDCN Workshops 2020 : ICDCN 2020 Call for Workshop Proposals


When Jan 4, 2020 - Jan 7, 2020
Where kolkata, India
Submission Deadline Jul 1, 2019
Notification Due Jul 10, 2019
Final Version Due Jul 15, 2019
Categories    distributed computing   distributed networking

Call For Papers

ICDCN 2020 Call for Workshop Proposals
21st International Conference on
Distributed Computing and Networking (ICDCN 2020)
Jan 4-7 2020
Kolkata, India

ICDCN is a premier international conference dedicated to addressing
advances in Distributed Computing and Communication Networks, which over
the years, has become a leading forum for disseminating the latest
research results in these fields.
The 21st edition of this international conference will be organized in
Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, from 4th - 7th January 2020.

The 21st International Conference on Distributed Computing and
Networking (ICDCN 2020) plans to host several workshops.
The Organizing Committee invites proposals for one-day or half-day
workshops affiliated with the conference. Workshops should emphasize
current topics of interest to the conference and the community which are
Distributed Computing and Communication Networks. Workshops should
emphasize current topics of interest within the broader areas of
Distributed Computing and Communication Networks.
Some of the topics of current interest are mentioned below, though
this list is by no means exhaustive:

• Distributed Data-Analytics
• Blockchains
• Distributed AI/ML
• Cyber-security
• Disaster response
• Smart healthcare
• Energy and Sustainability
• Cyber-Physical systems
• Distributed game theory
• Biological Distributed Algorithms
• Social Network Analysis and Mining
• 5G and beyond Networks
• Next generation internet

The workshops may include a mix of regular papers, invited presentations
and panels that encourage the participation of attendees in active
The purpose of these workshops is to provide a platform for presenting
new ideas in a generally more focused area than the main conference.
The objective of these workshops is to enable stimulating discussions on
state-of-the-art, emerging, visionary, and perhaps controversial topics.
Workshops should be organized to promote such lively interaction.
Plans to promote interaction and discussion should be clearly addressed
in workshop proposals. It is expected that workshop papers will be
published along with the main conference papers as part of the ACM
International Conference Proceedings Series (ICPS) and will be indexed
by the ACM Digital Library.
The details of this page can be found at:

ICDCN 2019 hosted the following workshops
1. Computing and Networking for Smart Healthcare (CoNSH)
2. International Workshop on Emergency Response Technologies and
Services (EmeRTeS)
3. International Workshop On Networking Women In Distributed Computing
And Networks (NWDCN)
4. The 8th International Workshop on Computing and Networking for IoT
and Beyond (ComNet-IoT 2019)
5. International Workshop on Analytics for Security in Cyber Physical
Systems (ASCPS - 2019)
6. Cloud based Health INformatics (CHIN-2019)
7. Algorithms and Architectures for Distributed Data Analytics (AADDA)
8. Pervasive Security for Smart Connected Communities (PerSeC3 Workshop)

The details of these workshops could be found on ICDCN 2019 page:

Format of the Proposal
Each workshop proposal (maximum 5 pages) must include:
• Title of the workshop
• Description of the technical issues covered, emphasizing the
timeliness of the proposed workshop (1 page maximum)
• Workshop Organizers (names, affiliation and contact information),
limiting up to 2 workshop chairs for half-day workshop and 3 workshop
chairs for full-day workshop
• A short biography of the organizers (up to 200 words)
• Names of potential participants, such as program committee members
and invited speakers (indication that speakers accepted to participate
is a plus)
• Planned format of the workshop, including:
• Duration of the workshop: Half-day, Full-day and tentative schedule
• Preferred day of workshop: Before or after the conference
• Number of refereed papers, hot topic sessions, keynotes, panels
• Unique, creative and novel workshops formats are strongly encouraged
• Draft Call for Papers
• A description of the publicity and promotion plan
• Workshop potential website address
(if available at the time of the proposal - will be required later if
the workshop proposal is accepted)
• If appropriate, a description of past versions of the workshop,
including the number of submitted and accepted papers, number of
attendees, etc.

Please address questions to Workshop Chairs:
Sathya Peri,, and Sipra Das Bit

Submission Instructions & Timelines
The proposals can be submitted on Easychair page here:

Timelines for the workshops:
• Proposal Deadline: 1st July 2019
• Notification of Selection: 10th July 2019
• Opening of Workshop Papers for Acceptance: 15th July 2019
• Decision on Acceptance/Rejection of Workshop Papers: 5th October 2019
• Camera-Ready Papers Version Due: 20th October 2019

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