[icnrg] [off-list] Re: ICN2020 SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN

Jong-Hyouk Lee <jonghyouk@gmail.com> Tue, 21 April 2020 01:20 UTC

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박사님! 잘 지내시죠?! 메일 박스에서 간만에 박사님 이름이 나와서! 반가운 맘에 메일 드립니다. 코로나 땜시 어떻게 만날 기회가 없네요;; ㅋ

잘 지내시다가 기회 되면 뵈요! 

오늘도 좋은 하루! ;)
--
Jong-Hyouk Lee, living somewhere between /dev/null and /dev/random
Protocol Engineering Lab., Sejong University

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#webpage: https://jonghyouk.github.io/blog

> 2020. 4. 18. 오후 12:24, Jungha Hong <jhong@etri.re.kr> 작성:
> 
> Dear all,
>  
> Apologies if you received multiple copies of this CFP.
>  
> The ICN 2020 submission is now ready and open:
> https://icn20.hotcrp.com/ <https://icn20.hotcrp.com/>
> 
> Please kindly forward it to those who may be interested.
>  
> ************************************************************************
>         ACM Conference on Information-Centric Networking (ICN 2020)
>  
>  Montreal, Canada, September 28-30, 2020
>                                http://conferences.sigcomm.org/acm-icn/2020/ <http://conferences.sigcomm.org/acm-icn/2020/>
>  
> The ICN2020 submission is now ready and open
>          https://icn20.hotcrp.com/ <https://icn20.hotcrp.com/>
>  
> ************************************************************************
>  
> Call for Papers
>  
> The organizing committee is delighted to invite you to submit your work
> for presentation at the 7th ACM conference on Information Centric
> Networking (ICN 2020), to be held in Montreal, Canada, September 28-30,
> 2020.
>  
> ACM ICN 2020 is a single-track conference focusing on significant
> research contributions to ICN as broadly defined, and featuring paper
> presentations, posters, and demonstrations.
>  
> ICN deals with all aspects of an information- or data-centric approach
> toward supporting networked applications. Such an approach treats
> digital objects (i.e., collections of bits) as first-class objects, and
> supports identification, creation, retrieval, authentication, and access
> control for such objects through a global service.
>  
> ACM ICN 2020 solicits research contributions across the full spectrum of
> technologies and architectures related to ICN, including work that
> advances core ICN concepts, architectures, technologies, and
> capabilities; extends current ICN concepts to new networking
> environments and use cases; realizes, demonstrates, and quantifies the
> benefits of ICN in traditional and emerging application domains; and
> catalyzes, incentivizes, simplifies, and supports ICN deployments in
> realistic, operational environments and settings.
>  
> Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
> * Development, refinement, and extension of existing ICN architectures
> * Design and implementation of global and local information-centric
>   approaches, including named-data, publish-subscribe, and distribution-
>   oriented systems
> * Global routing, forwarding, and caching for information-centric
>   networks
> * Feature advancement of ICN including policing, QoS, multimedia
>   transport, and adaptive network functions
> * ICN implementation approaches based on software-defined networking
>   (SDN), network function virtualization (NFV), or other emerging
>   technologies
> * Experiences with application of information-centric networking and
>   computation in various domains such as Internet-of-things, personal
>   communications, public content distribution/exchange, etc.
> * Information-centric networking as an approach in mobile and/or
>   constrained environments including 5G and network slicing, vehicular
>   networking, autonomous driving, and machine-to-machine communication
> * Information-centric solutions for integrating big data platforms and
>   machine learning frameworks
> * AI/ML techniques to support ICN networks management
> * Approaches to coexistence/evolution of information-centric and
>   host-centric networking, including IP-based protocols in support of
>   information-centric operations
> * Virtualization, operation, and orchestration of named network
>   resources including forwarding, storage, computation, and the
>   distributed Web
> * Platforms allowing specification of computations on data, and
>   orchestration of such computations, including named computing
>   functions at the network edge
> * Software design and architectures to support ICN including testing and
>   verification
> * Information-centric network management including zero-conf
>   bootstrapping
> * Measurement and analysis of protocols, applications, and
>   infrastructure for distribution of named content
> * Security services including confidentiality and access control,
>   authentication, and nonrepudiation, as well as infrastructure
>   resilience
> * Privacy of consumers and producers of content objects
> * Namespace management approaches, case studies, and empirical
>   evaluation campaigns
> * Incentives, money flow, and other sociotechnical aspects of
>   information-centric networking.
>  
>  
> Submission Details
>  
> The conference solicits both full and short papers. Submissions will be
> reviewed through a double-blind process, and evaluated on the basis of
> intellectual merit, originality, importance of contribution to the
> field, soundness and strength of evaluation (for full papers), quality
> and clarity of presentation, and appropriate comparison to related work.
>  
> Full papers may be up to 10 pages in length, excluding references,
> following the ACM SIGCOMM format, and should convey the results of
> mature research. Short papers may be up to 6 pages in length, excluding
> references.
>  
> Short papers should illustrate important challenges or promising new
> lines of research in the realm of ICN, either through the presentation
> of illuminating early research results or through the vehicle of a
> well-reasoned and thought-provoking position statement. Short papers
> will be evaluated primarily on their ability to contribute to the future
> evolution of ICN research in light of the goals described above.
>  
>  
> Important Dates
>  
> * Paper Registration Deadline (Long and Short): May 15, 2020
> * Paper Submission Deadline (Long and Short): May 22, 2020
> * Acceptance Notification: August 1, 2020
> * Camera-Ready Due: September 1, 2020
> * Conference: September 28-30, 2020
>  
>  
> Organizing Committee
>  
> General Chairs
> Marie-Jose Montpetit (MIT/Concordia U.)
> Mohamed Faten Zhani (ETS)
> Jussi Kangasharju (University of Helsinki, FI)
>  
> TPC Chairs
> Ken Calvert (University of Kentucky)
> Thomas C. Schmidt (HAW Hamburg, DE)
>  
> Local Chairs
> Irene Chan-Foy (Independent)
>  
> Treasurer, Registration chair
> Kim Nguyen (ETS)
>  
> Publication Chair
> Lan Wang (The University of Memphis)
>  
> Publicity Chairs
> Jungha Hong (ETRI)
> Hyame Alameddine (University of Waterloo)
>  
> Travel Grant Chairs
> Edmund Yeh (Northeastern University)
>  
> Workshop/Tutorial Chairs
> Cedric Westphal (Futurewei)
> Daniel Corujo (Portugal)
>  
> Demo/Poster Chairs
> Michal Krol (U. Louvain)
> Diala Naboulsi (ETS)
>  
> Web Chair
> Alexander Afanasyev (Florida International University)
>  
> Steering Committee Liaison
> David Oran (Network Systems Research & Design)
>  
> Steering Committee
> Dirk Kutscher, Chair (Huawei, DE)
> Jeff Burke (UCLA, US)
> Borje Ohlman (Ericsson Research, SE)
> Steve Uhlig (Queen Mary University London, UK)
> K.K. Ramakrishnan (UC Riverside, US)
> Lixia Zhang (UCLA, US)
>  
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