Call for Papers

 

Call for Papers : 

Regular Papers should not exceed 10 pages double column including figures, tables, and references in standard format. Short Papers should not exceed 5 pages double column including figures, tables, and references in standard format. Some papers not accepted as regular papers may be accepted as short papers with 5 pages in the proceedings, while full papers will be allowed 10 pages. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference and present the paper. For more details, visit the conference web site.

Internet of Things

  • 5G and Next-generation Networks and Services
  • Ad-hoc, Sensor, PAN and Mesh Networks
  • Backscatter and Ultra-low Power Networks
  • Blockchains in Distributed Computing and Networking
  • Cloud Computing and Big Data Processing
  • Cognitive Networking
  • Distributed Algorithms: Design, Analysis, and Complexity
  • Distributed Embedded Systems
  • Distributed Operating Systems and Database Systems
  • Distributed Quantum Computing
  • Edge Computing and Mobile Offloading
  • Energy-efficient Networking
  • Fault-tolerance, Reliability, and Availability of Distributed Systems
  • Formal Methods for Distributed Systems
  • High performance Computing and Grid Computing
  • Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems
  • Internetworking Protocols & Internet Applications
  • Machine Learning in Distributed Computing and Networking
  • Mobile Crowdsensing and Social Networks
  • Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networking
  • Overlay and Peer-to-peer Networking and Services
  • Pervasive and Mobile Computing
  • Pricing and Network Economics
  • Scalable Distributed Systems
  • Security, Privacy and Game Theory in Distributed Computing and
  • Networking
  • Self-organization, Self-stabilization, and Autonomic Computing
  • UAV Networks and Mobile Robots
  • Vehicular Networks, Smart Grids and Smart City Applications

Distributed Computing

  • Distributed software engineering
  • Multiprocessor architectures
  • Client-server architectures
  • Distributed object architectures
  • Inter-organisational computing
  • Distributed systems
  • Client-server computing
  • Design of distributed systems
  • Failure management
  • Architectural patterns of distributed systems
  • Web services
  • Services and distributed objects
  • Distributed system characteristics
  • Resource sharing
  • Openness
  • Concurrency
  • Scalability
  • Fault tolerance