The evolution of communications and networking is changing the world we
are living in. The digital connected world is triggered by the influence
of computer science on telecommunication, the advent of the Internet
and the massive deployment of mobile communications and optics, the
appearance of collaborative networking and social networks, the
ever-increasing speed and flexibility of new communication technologies,
networks, user devices, and applications, and the ever-changing
operational challenges arising from this development.
ITC 28 solicits original contributions that address the latest changes and developments in design, modelling, measurement, and performance evaluation of communication systems, networks, and services. ITC 28 is structured into eight different areas. The objectives in these areas include, among others, energy-efficiency and green IT, network security and privacy, QoS and QoE, and resilience.
ITC 28 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE Communications Society (IEEE ComSoc) and the Information Technology Society within VDE (ITG VDE), and in-cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference
proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting
and Indexing (A&I) databases.
We are happy to announce the following keynotes: Nikhil Jain (Qualcomm Technologies) on Internet of Everything: Engineering Challenges and Opportunities; Wolfgang Kellerer (Professor, Communication Networks, Technische
Universität München) on Towards flexible
networking in dynamically changing environments; Eitan Altman (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France) on Dynamic games for analyzing competition in the Internet.
Area 1: Smart cities and IoT (Alberto Leon-Garcia, Yanmin Zhu)
Area 2: Cloud services and networking (Arup Acharya, Patrick Lee)
Area 3: Mobile, wireless and 5G (Kin Leung, Thomas Hou)
Area 4: Next generation and future Internet architectures (Michael Zink, Thomas Zinner)
Area 5: Network and traffic management (Florin Ciucu, Peter Reichl)
Area 6: Network design and optimization (Thomas Bauschert, Eric Wong)
Area 7: Network measurements and analysis (Marco Mellia, Mark Squillante)
Area 8: Networked applications (Zhu Li, Lea Skorin-Kapov)
In addition, there will be a demo session across the areas.
Demonstration Session (Mark Berman, Michael Jarschel, Rick McGeer)
Important dates (Note: All dates are hard deadlines.)
Final Paper registration: March 11, 2016 (extended)
Final Full paper due: March 18, 2016 (extended)
Acceptance notification: May 13, 2016
Camera-ready paper due: June 15, 2016
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