IEEE International Conference on High Performance Switching and Routing
11-14 May 2020 // Newark, New Jersey, USA

Call for Worksop Papers

IEEE International Workshop on Low Power Wide Area Networks and Internet-of-Things (Online)

 

This is an online workshop; accepted papers will be presented online.

May 13, 2020

Submit your manuscript here: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=27276&track=101513

 

Collocated with IEEE HPSR 2020, this workshop aims to provide a friendly and open environment to practitioners, academicians, and scientists for dissemination, discussion, and exchange of ideas on different topics of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and Internet of Thing (IoT), and their applications. The workshop welcomes original in-dept studies and discussions within the scope of the workshop, where position papers that propose new paradigms are encouraged. Papers about disruptive concepts and mind-challenging concepts are particularly welcome.

Accepted and presented papers will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library and workshop proceedings and considered for HPSR Best Paper Award.

Also, accepted and presented papers first-authored by a student will be considered for HPSR Best Student Paper Award.

The workshop seeks original manuscripts in the scope of the workshop, but not limited to:

 

  • Next-Generation Low Power Wide Area Networks
  • Nano-networks and ultra-dense networks.
  • IoT and machine learning.
  • Architecture of LPWAN
  • Machine learning for Internet of things (IoT) and massive connectivity.
  • Machine learning for ultra-reliable and low latency communications (URLLC).
  • Distributed learning approaches for distributed communications problems
  • Deep Learning and Policy and resource management & optimization
  • Blockchain in IoT
  • Security issues in LPWAN
  • Optimal LPWAN deployment
  • Physical and link-layer enhancements
  • Traffic models for massive network deployment
  • Simulation of LPWANs
  • Scalability and reliability
  • Capacity evaluation
  • Cross-layer design and optimization
  • LoRaWAN Implementation and Evaluation
  • Applications of Internet of “Other” Things: Medical Things, Battlefield Things

 

Manuscripts can be up to 6-page in length, and they must comply with the IEEE format as required by IEEE HPSR 2020.

Important Dates

 

Submit Paper to Low Power WANs and IoT Workshop

 

IEEE International Workshop on Network Function Virtualization, SDN, and Edge Computing (Online)

May 12, 2020

This is an online workshop; accepted papers will be presented online.

Submit your manuscript here:  https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=27275&track=101512

 

Collocated with IEEE HPSR 2020, this workshop aims to provide a friendly and open environment to practitioners, academicians, and scientists for dissemination, discussion, and exchange of ideas on different topics of Software Defined Networking, Network Function Virtualization, and Edge Computing, including applications and challenges. The workshop welcomes original in-dept technical studies and discussions within the scope of the workshop, where position papers that propose new paradigms are encouraged. Papers about disruptive concepts and mind-challenging concepts are particularly welcome.

Accepted and presented papers will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library and workshop proceedings and considered for HPSR Best Paper Award.

Also, accepted and presented papers first-authored by a student will be considered for HPSR Best Student Paper Award.

The workshop seeks original manuscripts within the scope of the workshop, not limited to:

  • Design and Evaluation of Software Defined Networking(SDN) Architectures and Networks
  • Design and Evaluation of Energy Efficient Networks and Services
  • Design and Evaluation of Content Distribution Networks(CDNs)
  • Security in SDN and controllers
  • Security Management
  • Fault Tolerance and Reliability in SDNs and CDNs
  • NetworkFunctions Virtualization (NFV)
  • Scalable architecture design and implementation
  • Service Function Chaining
  • Orchestration and Integration
  • Support of 5G Network
  • Hardware-SDN co-design
  • Mist, Fog, and Cloud Computing
  • Data Centers and Cloud
  • AI, Machine and Deep Learning on SDN-NFV
  • Network Automation
  • Resource Allocation
  • Edge Computing
  • SDN on Edge Computing
  • Edge Computing Connectivity and Architectures
  • Resource and Service Optimization

 

Manuscripts can be up to 6-page in length, and they must comply with the IEEE format as required by IEEE HPSR 2020.

Important Dates

 

Submit Paper to NFV, SDN, and Edge Computing Workshop