[hpc-announce] NETWORKS 2016: CALL FOR POSTERS

Armin Morattab networks2016cfp at gmail.com
Wed May 18 12:39:00 CDT 2016


                         CALL  FOR  POSTERS


                                 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



- Extended Abstract Submission: June 27th 2016

- Acceptance Notification: July 4th 2016

- Camera ready version: July 11th 2016



The prospective authors are invited to submit via Easy Chair (
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=networks2016 ) their extended
abstracts / short papers describing recently completed work, highly
relevant results of work in progress, and innovative ideas that can
stimulate interesting discussions.  The paper length should not exceed 3
pages formatted according to the IEEE two-column conference template. The
extended abstracts / short papers of the accepted and presented posters
will be published in the conference proceedings. Only student registration
fees will be required for posters presented by students. Best Poster Award
will be given.



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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