[hpc-announce] Cfp - IEEE CCNC 2021 - Track 11 – Network Softwarization and Virtualization
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Wed Aug 4 03:45:17 CDT 2021
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Reconnect the World, Reconnect to CCNC
19th IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC)
Las Vegas, January 8-11, 2022 (IN-PERSON)
The IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, is a major annual international conference. Taking advantage of its co-location with the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is the world's largest trade show on consumer technology, CCNC is organized to help the consumer electronics industry drive the advancement of the numerous wireless and wireline communications technologies that will one day provide on-demand access to both entertainment and information anytime, anywhere, regardless of time or location. This includes a detailed analysis of nearly every technological area ranging from cognitive and peer-to-peer networking to the designer services and tools used to ensure ease-of-use, security and stunning interactivity.
The conference will present the latest developments and technical solutions in the areas of large scale experimentation, home/consumer networking, efficient wireless spectrum use, enabling technologies, and novel applications and services. The conference will include a peer-reviewed program of technical sessions, special sessions, industry track sessions, tutorials, and demonstration sessions.
In addition, IEEE CCNC 2022 is proud to announce three distinguished keynote speakers: Prof. Mehdi Bennis, Head of the Intelligent Connectivity and Networks/Systems Group (ICON), University of Oulu, Finland, Prof. Yingying (Jennifer) Chen, Associate Director of the Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB), Rutgers University, USA, and Dr. Sunghyun Choi, Senior Vice President and Head of the Advanced Communications Research Center at Samsung Research.
As a concrete sign of return to a new normalcy, we are pleased to announce that the conference will be held in-person in Las Vegas, USA. Like pre-Covid conferences, authors of accepted papers are required to register for the conference at the full (non-student, member or non-member) rate, and the paper must be presented in-person by one of the authors of that paper. Special provisions, such as the possibility to upload pre-recorded videos of their presentations or to present their works via Zoom, will apply to authors unable to leave their countries of origin/to enter the US or to travel in general, due to Covid-19 restrictions or to well-documented health reasons.
Claudio Casetti, General Chair, Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy
Marco Di Felice, TPC Chair, University of Bologna, Italy
Bang Chul Jung, Vice TPC Chair, Chungnam National University, Korea
CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS Track 11 – Network Softwarization and Virtualization
Submissions are welcomed for, among others, the following technical track in Network Softwarization and Virtualization. Submit your paper at: https://ccnc2022.ieee-ccnc.org/authors/call-technical-papers
Track 11 – Network Softwarization and Virtualization
Submission link: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=28318&track=106194
Berk Canberk, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey (email: canberk at itu.edu.tr)
Andreas Kassler, Karlstad University, Sweden (email: andreas.kassler at kau.se)
Main Topics of Interest:
Emerging Topics in Software Defined Networking/Network Function Virtualization Track seeks original contributions in all areas related to SDN and NFV, including (but not limited to) the following:
- Software Defined Everything (SDE)
- Software for Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
- Network Softwarization
- Programmable data planes and whitebox switches
- Ternary Content-Addressable Memory (TCAM) Optimization Techniques in SDN Data Plane
- Data plane aspects for deterministic networks, Industrial and Tactile internet.
- Offloading transport- and application-layer protocols and NVF functionality to programmable data plane devices using P4.
- Future architectures based on hardware disaggregation and software defined components
- In-Network Compute Acceleration using programmable data planes and P4
- OpenFlow Optimization
- Software defined distributed systems and applications, including smart grid, IoT, autonomous vehicles
- Multimedia over SDN
- Content-Aware SDN
- AI-enabled Controllers
- Learning-Capable SDN Platforms
- Deep Learning in SDN Management
- Smart Data Plane Management
- Software defined communications in autonomous vehicles
- Software Defined Aerial Networks
- NFV based Drone Network Management
- Robustness and security in Software Defined Networks
- Formal Specification and Analysis of Protocols for SDN
- Trusted Computing with NFV and SDN
- Admission Control in SDN
- Industrial experience in deploying SDN/NFV services
- Resource management and optimization for NFV (e.g. cloud-native design)
- Softwarization in the context of multi-access edge computing (MEC)
- SDN/NFV within next-generation mobile networks
- SDN/NFV and data plane programming for network slicing and virtualization
- Intelligent network monitoring
- AI enabled resource management
- Machine Learning based network planning
- Performance, high-availability, interoperability and scalability issues
Technical Papers due: August 30, 2021 (EXTENDED, FINAL)
Acceptance Notification: October 1, 2021
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