[hpc-announce] Call for Workshop Proposals: International Conference on Computer Communication and Networks (ICCCN 2017)
Narman, Husnu S.
husnu at ou.edu
Thu Sep 29 11:56:00 CDT 2016
Apologies for duplicate mails.
The 26th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN) will be held in Vancouver,
Canada, July 31-August 3, 2017.
. Please send a workshop proposal by November 2nd, 2016, to Workshop General Chairs
Prof. Abhishek Parakh <aparakh at unomaha.edu> and Prof. Song Fu <song.fu at unt.edu>
ICCCN workshops are exciting forums to present, discuss, and formulate
specialized topics and emerging hot research topics (new areas, new problems or new methods). The topic of the
proposed workshop should offer a perspective distinct from and complementary to the research themes of the main
conference. Workshops for presenting papers from industry and papers on design and implementations of systems
and services are welcome. As the ICCCN is a premier international conference in the field, a workshop at the
conference will generate high visibility. Accepted and registered (and presented by one of authors) workshop papers
will be published and included in the conference proceedings.
Scope: The topics we are soliciting include, but are NOT limited to:
* Internet of Things
* Critical Infrastructure Networks
* Smart Grid Networks and Smart Communities
* Security and Privacy in communications, networks, and testbeds
* Software Defined Networks
* Cyber Physical Systems
* Mobile Cloud Computing and Services
* Green communications and energy-harvesting networks
* Cognitive Networking and Communications
* Next Generation Broadband Wireless Access Networks
* Virtualized Infrastructure Systems and Architectures
* Networking of Mobile Handheld Devices, Social Networking, and Novel Applications
Submission Guidelines and Publication: In general, a workshop takes one day with 12-16 accepted and registered
papers and presentations. Please send a workshop proposal by November 2nd, 2016, to Workshop General Chairs
Prof. Abhishek Parakh <aparakh at unomaha.edu> and Prof. Song Fu <song.fu at unt.edu>. Please note that the
proposals will be reviewed once received and we will try to make the decision and send the notification back as soon
as possible. Early-bird proposals are highly encouraged and will be given higher priority! For each approved
workshop, at least one organizer must commit to attending and running the workshop on site. Please do not hesitate
to send emails to the Chairs if you have any questions.
The workshop proposal should include the following information: (1) workshop title; (2) the names of the organizers,
their brief bios and contact information; (3) a description of why and how the workshop will be organized (half to
one page) e.g., relevance and significance of the workshop to the main conference; (4) a history of the workshop, if
not being offered for the first time; (5) estimated paper submission volume and paper acceptance rate; (6) expected
attendance; (7) length - Full day or half day; (8) indication if a journal special issue is associated with; (9) any other
Each workshop will start to advertise and distribute its Call-For-Paper after receiving the approval notification.
Papers submitted to each workshop should be original and peer reviewed by its program committee. An accepted
paper must be registered and presented at the conference/workshop venue and must be limited to 6 pages in standard
double-column, 10pt font format. If authors are willing to pay an over-length fee of $100/page, 2 additional pages
are allowed for their submission. More updates will be posted on the ICCCN 2017 website and please refer to the Author
Information at the website. Please contact the Workshop Chairs with any questions.
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