[hpc-announce] Networks 2016: deadline extension till May 2nd (firm)

knguyen at synchromedia.ca knguyen at synchromedia.ca
Wed Apr 20 07:47:07 CDT 2016


                                  NETWORKS 2016

               17th International Network Strategy
                         and Planning Symposium

                         September 26-28, 2016
                             Montreal, Canada


                    Technically co-sponsored by
                    IEEE Communications Society


- ERICSSON (Canada): Pierre Boucher, Research Director
- GENI (US): Chip Elliott, GENI Futures Director
- CIENA (US): Loudon Blair, Senior Director of Corporate Strategy
- SAVI (Canada): Alberto Leon-Garcia, Scientific Director of the NSERC Strategic Network for Smart Applications on Virtual Infrastructures


- Full Paper Submission: April 18th 2016 (extended)
- Notification of Acceptance: June 6th 2016
- Final Paper Submission: June 20th 2016


The prospective authors are invited to submit via EDAS (https://www.edas.info/newPaper.php?c=21561) their papers describing original, previously unpublished results. The paper length should not exceed 6 pages formatted according to the IEEE two-column conference template (the minimum paper length is 3 pages). Two additional pages will be allowed for a fee per page. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases. Best Paper and Best Student Paper will be awarded.



The prime focus of Networks 2016 is on Emerging Topics in Network Planning and Operations:

- Software Defined Networking (SDN),
- Network Function Virtualization (NFV),
- Cloud networking,
- Big data analytics,
- Cybersecurity issues and solutions,
- OTT services and impact on service providers,
- Social networks and impact on new services,
- Vehicular and 5G networks and their challenges,
- Smart cities,
- Internet of Things,
- Peer to peer networking,
- New paradigms.

Networks 2016 topics also cover (but are not limited to) the following main tracks (detailed topics are available at http://networks2016.etsmtl.ca/networks2016-cfp.pdf) :

- Network Design and Planning Methods
- Economic Aspects of Network Planning and Operations
- Network Planning Support Processes
- Traffic Measurements and Modelling
- Routing, Traffic Flows and Optimization

For further information please visit http://networks2016.etsmtl.ca/

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