[hpc-announce] IEEE NAS 2017 Call for Papers (Due April 10 2017) & Posters (Due June 19 2017)

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Sun Mar 5 17:20:28 CST 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERs—Apologize for receiving multiple copies
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12th IEEE International Conference on Networking, Architecture and Storage (NAS 2017)
Shenzhen, China, August 7-9, 2017,

Keynote Speakers:

·        Internet of Vehicles: From Intelligent Grid to Autonomous Cars, Mario Gerla<http://web.cs.ucla.edu/%7Egerla/>,  John Postel Chair Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, IEEE Fellow

·       Paving the Way towards NFV: An Infrastructure based Approach<http://www.nas-conference.org/NAS-2017/keynote_taoli.html>, Tao Li, Professor, University of Florida,  NSF Program Director in the CCF division within the CISE directorate

Important Dates:

Paper Submission:                  April 10, 2017

Notification:                             May 29, 2017
Camera Ready submission:  June 26, 2017

Conference Information:
The International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage provides a high-quality international forum to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to discuss cutting-edge research on networking, high-performance computer architecture, and parallel and distributed data storage technologies. NAS 2017 will expose participants to the most recent developments in the interdisciplinary areas.

Authors are invited to submit previously unpublished work for possible presentation at the conference. The program committee will nominate best papers for recognition in each of the three conference topic areas. All papers will be evaluated based on their novelty, fundamental insight, experimental evaluation, and potential for long-term impact; new-idea papers are encouraged. All accepted papers will be published in IEEE digital library.

Papers are solicited in fields that include, but are not limited to, the following:


Accelerator-based architectures


Mobile and wireless networks

•   Ad hoc and sensor networks


Network applications and services


Application-specific, reconfigurable


Network architecture and protocols

or embedded architectures


Network information theory

•   Architecture for handheld or mobile

•   Network modeling and measurement



Network security

•   Architecture, networking or storage


Non-volatile memory technologies

modeling and simulation

•   Parallel and multi-core architectures



Parallel I/O


Big Data infrastructure


Power and energy efficient

•   Big Data services and analytics

architectures and techniques

•   Cloud and grid computing

•   Processor, cache, memory system


Cloud storage



Data-center scale architectures


Software defined networking

•   Effects of circuits and emerging


Software defined storage

technology on architecture

•   SSD architecture and applications


Energy-aware storage


Storage management


File systems, object-based storage

•   Storage performance and scalability

•   GPU architecture and programming


Storage virtualization and security

•   HW/SW co-design and tradeoffs

•   Virtual and overlay networks

Paper Submission:

Please refer to the following link for paper submission detail:


Call For Poster:
NAS’17 will include a poster session for authors wishing to share their late-breaking research as well as work in an early stage of development that is suitable for presentation in the form of a poster. Topics of interest to NAS can be found on its website (http://www.nas- conference.org<http://www.nas-conference.org/>). We invite all potential authors to submit their contributions in the form of a two-page PDF file formatted with templates for regular IEEE conference papers (IEEE Conference templates<http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html>). A submission should include poster title, author information, and a short abstract. Inclusion of preliminary evaluation results is preferred. Posters will be selected for acceptance based on their novelty, relevance, and quality of presentation. Accepted posters will be published online at the conference website and included in the conference proceedings as extended abstracts, while authors will retain the copyright for these contributions. Authors of accepted posters are expected to prepare and present their posters. Format of posters for display will be available after notification of acceptance.

Important Dates:

Extended Abstracts due:       June 19, 2017

Author Notification:            June 26, 2017
Camera Ready Abstracts:  July 7, 2017

To submit, please use NAS’17’s submission website at EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeenas2017)<https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ieeenas2017>. No reviews will be provided.

For any questions about the submission, selection, and presentation of the accepted posters, please contact NAS program chairs, Haiying Shen or Christian Engelmann (Email: hs6ms at virginia.edu <mailto:hs6ms at virginia.edu> or engelmannc at ornl.gov<mailto:engelmannc at ornl.gov>)<mailto:engelmannc at ornl.gov>.
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