[hpc-announce] ICC 2017 ONS Call for Papers

George Rouskas rouskas at ncsu.edu
Sun Oct 2 09:47:27 CDT 2016


Optical Networks and Systems (ONS) Symposium
ICC 2017
http://icc2017.ieee-icc.org <http://icc2017.ieee-icc.org/>
May 21-25, 2017, Paris, France

Submission Deadline: October 14, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: January 27, 2017
Camera Ready Papers: February 24, 2017

Networks and optical systems are often invisible to end users, who use wireless devices. Increasingly, we are talking about the wireless transmission of optical access networks in particular in the home networks. On the other hand, user demands for network speed, quality and security of the transmission are growing. At the same time they need access to more and better matched the information that you need to quickly and efficiently process. The operators of telecommunication networks and services must meet these requirements. The data is processed and stored in data centers in which to transmit information optical networks are  increasingly used. These networks can be software defined. Data centers need to connect with each other via high-speed fiber-optic networks using different transmission techniques. Information between the fibers must be switched quickly and  efficiently in the nodes of a network by optical switching fabrics. In addition, the transmission and switching want to consume less energy per bit. These and many other issues related to optical network and systems is considered in modern research activities. We invite all interested parties to present their research results within the Optical Network and  Systems Symposium during ICC 2017.

The Optical Networks and Systems Symposium intends to showcase the latest developments in all research areas related to optical networks and enabling systems. The Symposium cordially invites original contributions in, but not limited to, the  following topical areas:

−   Capacity of optical systems
−   Coding, modulation, and signal processing for optical systems
−   Content delivery optical networks
−   Cross-layer design of optical networks
−   Elastic optical networks
−   Energy efficient optical networks
−   Fiber access networks and wireless backhaul
−   Flexible rate and flexi-grid transmission
−   Free space optical communications and networking
−   Inter- and intra- data center networks
−   Impairment mitigation techniques
−   Lighting constrained visible light communications and networks
−   Multi-band optical spectrum utilization and optimization
−   Multi-layer and multi-domain survivability
−   OFDM and MIMO for optical systems
−   Optical channel characterization
−   Optical data center networking
−   Optical interconnects for high performance computing
−   Optical network architectures, design, and performance evaluation
−   Optical network control and management
−   Optical network security
−   Optical network testbeds and experiments
−   Optical switching technologies, devices, and architectures
−   Optical translucent networks
−   Optical vehicular networks
−   Optical wireless access networks
−   Radio-over-fiber
−   Routing and spectrum assignment for optical networks
−   Software defined optical networks
−   Space division multiplexing
−   Standardization issues in optical networks
−   Techno-economic issues in optical networks
−   Ultraviolet communications and networks
−   Underwater optical communications
−   Virtualization in optical networks
−   Visible light positioning and navigation

George Rouskas (North Carolina State University, USA)
Grzegorz Danilewicz (Poznan University of Technology, Poland)

George Rouskas, IEEE Fellow
Professor and Director of Graduate Programs
NC State Computer Science
rouskas at ncsu.edu

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