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ADCOM 2020 : 26th annual International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications


When Dec 16, 2020 - Dec 18, 2020
Where NIT Silchar
Submission Deadline Sep 30, 2020
Notification Due Oct 15, 2020
Final Version Due Oct 30, 2020
Categories    computer networking   edge analytics   5G   internet of things

Call For Papers

The Advanced Computing and Communication Society (ACCS) in association with The National Institute of Technology Silchar announces the 26th annual International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM 2020) at National Institute of Technology Silchar during 26-29 August 2020.
ADCOM, the flagship Systems Conference of the ACCS, is a major annual international meeting that draws leading scientists and researchers in computational and communications engineering from across industry and academia. ADCOM highlights the growing importance of Large Scale Systems Engineering and provides the platform to share, discuss and witness leading edge research and trends.
The main theme of ADCOM 2020 is the "Edge Analytics". Edge Analytics is a future research area where people needs to discuss the issues and challenges. This conferences aims to brings various people from India and abroad working in the area of Edge Analytics as an academician, Indutrialist or practitioner to share their knowledges. This conference will foster future perspectives of Edge Analytics. Moreover, ADCOM 2020 focuses on 5G Systems, those are expected to be fully operational by 2020 through its wide range of applications and services. Most importantly, 5G will serve as the enabling architecture and standard for Internet of Things (IoT) systems, Low Power-Wide Area networks and high-speed cellular systems leading to a variety of wireless applications with needs of few bits per seconds to gigabits per seconds with very low latency. This will also significantly extend geographic coverage with delay-sensitive communications. 5G is expected to utilize and exploit new technologies, techniques and protocols at the different communication layers such as software-defined radio, massive antenna systems, MIMO systems, mmWave, optical communications and performance-energy efficient communications protocols.

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Submission policies for ADCOM 2020 are stated below. Author must strict follow the following rules while submitting paper.

Sumission: Sumbit your paper via EasyChair.
Plagarism policy: Any form of plagiarism is not tolerated at any cost. However, the plagiarism score must be less than 15%.
Dual Submission: Simultaneous submission to anywhere else is strictly prohibited.
Page length:
Maximum pages for full paper : 12 pages
Additional pages for full paper: 4 pages
Maximum pages for short paper : 6 pages
Additional pages for short paper: 2 pages
Note: Paper format must comply LNCS format. Please refer to the registration fees for additional page charges.
Single blind review: Author must include authors names, affiliations, acknowledgement, and funding source.
Review policy: All papers are reviewed by at least three reviewers.
Paper template: Download Microsft Word, and Latex from LNCS .
Camera-ready (CRC) paper submission: All the accepted papers should address reviewers comments and final version should be submitted in MS-Word or Latex source including all figures. CRC must contains authors name, and affiliations. Acknowledgement and Funding source can be included in the final CRC.

List of Topics

Edge Analytics
Edge Analytics in Cloud Computing
Machine Learning for Edge Computing
Video Edge Analytics
Architecture of Edge Computing systems
Public and Private Mobile Clouds in Edge Computing
Software of Edge Computing
Hybrid Clouds in Edge Computing
Programming the Edge Computing
Functionality of Edge Computing Systems
Communication Among Edges of an Edge Computing System
Communication Between Edges and Central Cloud in an Edge Computing System
Migration Services in Edge Computing Systems
Workflows in Edge Computing
Green Edge Computing and Analytics
Reliability in Edge Computing Systems
Availability in Edge Computing Systems
Security and Privacy in Edge Computing Systems
Trust in Edge Computing
Quality of Service in Edge Computing and Analytics
Pricing and Billing in Edge Computing and Analytics
Applications of Edge Computing
Mission Critical Edge Computing
5G Networks
6G Communications
6G in Healthcare
Applications of 6G
Federated Learning
Internet of Things
Industrial Internet of Things
Internet of Medical Things
Quality of Experience
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Intelligent Cars
Intelligent Vehicles
Recent issues and challenges


ADCOM 2020 proceedings will be published in LNCS, Springer. Proposal is yet to be submitted LNCS, Springer. Submission link:


National Institute of Technology Silchar

Assam, India.

All questions about submissions should be emailed to

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