[icnrg] CfP Reminder - ACM ICN 2022 - Deadline 28 May 2022

Xinggong Zhang <zhangxg@pku.edu.cn> Sun, 24 April 2022 03:47 UTC

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Subject: [icnrg] CfP Reminder - ACM ICN 2022 - Deadline 28 May 2022
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ACM ICN 2022
Septemper 19-21, 2022
Osaka, Japan

*** ACM ICN 2022 - Call for Papers *** https://conferences.sigcomm.org/acm-icn/2022/ The 9th ACM Conference on Information Centric Networking (ICN 2022) will be held in hybrid mode from September 19-21, 2022 in Japan. The organizing committee invites you to submit your research for presentation at ACM ICN 2022.

  Information-centric networking opens a new direction to construct networks by digital objects named by applications. This year, we particularly encourage submissions exploring naming in networks, security, lessons learned from design and implementations, economic incentives and new applications that may help steer the Internet away from further consolidation and move toward decentralization. We aim to form an interdisciplinary exploration on the future of networking. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  * System naming: What are the lessons learned from the name and identifier space designs of the Internet over the last 40 years that can be applied to ICN naming solution development?

  * Security solutions from first principles: ICN enables securing data objects directly, which in turn requires security frameworks, trust establishment, and toolsets to enable automated key management.

  * Identifying the challenges facing the Internet today: What are the root causes and how can we quantify whether and to what extent ICN-based solutions can address these challenges?

  * Design and implementation of information-centric solutions, including domain-specific designs of namespaces, case studies of ICN-based applications and computation in various domains such as the Internet of Things, edge computing, and social media, together with empirical evaluations.

  In addition to full (10 pages) and short (6 pages) technical papers, ACM ICN 2022 also encourages Systematization of Knowledge papers (10 pages), and short vision or position statements (2 pages; position papers may also inspire panel sessions). All submissions will be peer reviewed. Accepted submissions will be published by ACM in the Digital Library.

  Papers can be submitted via https://icn22.hotcrp.com/ until May 28, 2022. More and up-to-date details are available on https://conferences.sigcomm.org/acm-icn/2022. In case of questions, please contact the TPC Chairs, Henning Schulzrinne, Matthias Waehlisch, and Lixia Zhang, via icn22-tpc-chairs@sigcomm.org.