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ACM SIGCOMM 2018 Workshop on Networking for Emerging Applications and Technologies (NEAT 2018)

Call for Papers

This workshop aims to provide a forum for both industry and academia to exchange ideas about new network architectures, technologies and protocols specifically in the context of emerging applications such as those promised by 5G, with a particular focus on achieving accurate prescribed latency, high throughput, and meeting service level objectives in complex and large-scale networks. The goal is to explore possibilities beyond the traditional statistical multiplexing-based internet architecture, protocols, network resource allocation, control and packet scheduling in favor of new approaches such as deterministic packet delivery techniques, data-driven adaptation, in large scale networks, for emerging applications such as vehicular networks, tactile networks, industrial networks, and AR/VR media delivery. Participants will be able to share their viewpoints, the findings, the latest research, and their project descriptions and goals.

Topics of Interest

We solicit original, previously unpublished ideas on research/engineering work, position papers, and/or work-in-progress papers in the form of extended abstracts. We further encourage papers that propose new research directions or that could stimulate lively debate at the workshop. We invite submissions on a wide range of topics of interest, including, but not limited to:

  • New network architectures, technologies and protocols, evolutionary or disruptive, for future applications
  • Convergence and optimizations of protocols for industrial, tactile or vehicular networks
  • Techniques and solutions for deterministic services in industrial, tactile or vehicular networks
  • Network challenges and requirements for emerging, resource-sensitive applications
  • Architecture and protocols for ultra-reliable packet delivery at low latency
  • Mechanisms to maximize link utilization for high-throughput applications
  • Network security and privacy issues in Industrial and Tactile internet
  • Resource allocation mechanisms for deterministic and reliable data transmission
  • Architectures to enable edge computing and its seamless integration with remote clouds
  • New network resource allocation based on data-driven adaptation and machine learning
  • Quality of Services and Experience of Service guarantees: the key metrics that will allow future networks to meet industry demands

Submission Instructions

Submissions must be original, unpublished work, and not under consideration at another conference or journal. Submitted papers must be at most six (6) pages long, including all figures, tables, references, and appendices in two-column 10pt ACM format. Papers must include author’s names and affiliations for single-blind peer reviewing by the TPC. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at the workshop. Financial assistances will be provided to student authors to cover their travel expenses, with the specific process and policy being coordinated and approved by the organizers. The selected papers will be included in its proceedings and published in the ACM Digital Library.

Important Dates

  • March 25, 2018

    Submission deadline

  • April 30, 2018

    Paper acceptance notification

  • May 31, 2018

    Camera-ready deadline

  • Mid-June, 2018

    Program available online

  • Mid-June, 2018

    List of organization details

  • August 20 or 24, 2018

    Workshop

Committees

  • General Chairs
  • Jiasi Chen

    UCR, USA

  • Bingyang Liu

    Huawei, China

  • Kiran Makhijani

    Huawei, USA

  • Program Committee Chairs
  • Richard Li

    Huawei, USA

  • Dipankar Raychaudhuri

    Rutgers, USA

  • Program Committee Members
  • Francesco Bronzino

    Inria, France

  • Jiasi Chen

    UCR, USA

  • Sajal Das

    Missouri S&T, USA

  • Varun Gupta

    AT&T, USA

  • Mansoor Hanif

    BT, UK

  • Tao Huang

    BUPT, China

  • Rüdiger Kays

    TU Dortmund, Germany

  • Diego López

    Telefónica, Spain

  • Marie-José Montpetit

    TriangleVideo, USA

  • David Meyer

    Huawei, USA

  • Thomas Nadeau

    UMass Lowell, USA

  • Dave Oran

    Cisco, USA

  • Fabio Pianese

    Nokia, France

  • Yingzhen Qu

    Huawei, USA

  • Byrav Ramamurthy

    UNL, USA

  • Kevin Smith

    Vodafone, UK

  • Don Towsley

    UMass, USA

  • Yanyong Zhang

    Rutgers, USA

  • Steering Committee
  • Mansoor Hanif

    BT, UK

  • T.V. Lakshman

    Nokia, USA

  • Diego López

    Telefónica, Spain

  • David Meyer

    Huawei, USA

  • Ramesh Rao

    Calit2 and UCSD, USA

  • Kevin Smith

    Vodafone, UK

Contact the NEAT chairs