Información de la conferencia
ITNAC 2020: International Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference
https://itnac.org.au/
Día de Entrega:
2020-09-01
Fecha de Notificación:
2020-09-10
Fecha de Conferencia:
2020-11-25
Ubicación:
Melbourne, Australia
Años:
10
Vistas: 6088   Seguidores: 1   Asistentes: 2

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Solicitud de Artículos
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ITNAC Focus Topics

With the increasing focus on modelling and simulation in the fields of cyber-networks, data mining, cyber security, distributed computing, mobile computing, cognitive computing, cloud computing, computing tools, applications, simulation tools, system performance and data and computer communications the demand for high quality research outcomes has never been greater. ITNAC has been the forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss topics related to advanced computing and data communication network technologies, services and applications.

Novel contributions are presented in the form of keynote speeches by international experts, peer-reviewed technical papers, and posters. ITNAC 2019 seeks to address and capture highly innovative and state-of-the-art research from academia, industry and standardization bodies.

ITNAC 2019 is an international conference and forum for the presentation of research outcomes covering timely and relevant aspects concerning modelling and simulation of distributed, mobile, cognitive and cloud computing, computer and data communications, local and metropolitan networks, optical, wired and wireless telecommunication networks and applications. Contributions are welcome on all advanced research and particularly (but not limited to) on the following topics:

    Wireline networks
    Wireless networks
    Modelling and Simulation
    Cyber-Networks, Data Mining and Cyber-Security
    Distributed, Cognitive and Cloud Computing
    Network Applications & Convergence
    Local and Metropolitan Networks
    Community and corporate Wi-Fi
    Data Communications
    Networks and Management
    Software Defined Networking
    Internet Technologies and Applications
    Emerging Technologies
    Mobility and Vehicular Networks
    Mobile Cellular and Wireless Networks
    Optical Communications
    Wireless Sensor Networks
    Power Efficiency and Sustainability

Wireline Networks

The field of wireline networking has evolved in recent years and the shift to fibre networks is increasing. Advances in optical communications, hybrid networks, and the utilization of new and innovative approaches to make networks more reliable and resilient has continued.

The goal of this track is to provide a forum for the presentation of new advances, ideas, and solutions from theoretical, experimental, and applied research to address specific new challenges and emerging issues concerned with this field. We seek papers describing original, previously unpublished research results.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Optical Communications & Networking
    Cloud & Data Center Networks
    Software-Defined Infrastructure
    (Networks, Storage, and Compute)
    Core Network Architectures and Protocols
    Network Resilience
    Anomaly Detection
    Reliability Performance Analysis
    Carrier Networks
    Metro, Local & Access Networks
    Submarine Networks
    High-performance Routing
    Heterogeneous Networks
    Network Architectures for Smart Grid
    Hybrid Wireline-Wireless Networks
    xDSL networks

Mobile & Wireless Networks

The field of mobile and wireless networks is a rapidly evolving area. Recent advances in technologies for emerging mobile and wireless networks, including mobile ad hoc networks, vehicular networks, 5G/6G cellular networks, among others, have the potential to enable many new mobile and wireless services and applications that can profoundly impact our lives in positive ways.

The goal of this track is to provide a forum for the presentation of new advances, ideas, and solutions from theoretical, experimental, and applied research to address specific new challenges and emerging issues concerned with this field. We seek papers describing original, previously unpublished research results.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    5G and 6G
    Wireless access and routing protocols
    Cross-layer design optimisation
    Green, low power, energy efficient and sustainable networking
    Nature and bio-inspired approaches to networking
    Network-based mobile positioning and tracking systems
    Cognitive and cooperative principles for networking
    Inter-working, integration, and convergence issues
    Mobile social and ambient networks
    Mobile and fixed wireless broadband access networks
    QoS provisioning and resource management
    Terminal and network mobility
    Traffic engineering, congestion and admission control
    Techno-economic analysis and business models for emerging networks
    Novel network-enabled applications and services
    Networking standards and regulations
    Security and privacy issues

Internet and Communications Technologies

In the current and the envisioned future Internet, a variety of new technologies and applications is emerging. New networking architectures and design concepts are to be developed which consider interactions with the real world, as well as emerging issues like energy-efficiency or socio-economic aspects. A holistic view is necessary which takes into account the network of the Future, the Internet of services, media and enterprise Internet, but also the Internet of Things. However, there are still significant challenges for the theoretical understanding and on the deployment of Internet technologies.

The goal of the Internet technology track is to bring together people from academia and industry and to stimulate discussions on future Internet applications and future wireline and wireless Internet architectures to accelerate their development. We seek papers describing original, previously unpublished research results.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Emerging Technologies:
        Virtualization technology and programmability of FI elements
        Service-oriented architectures and service composition
        Future Internet routing schemes or transport concepts
        IPv6 and its derivatives
        Economic Traffic Management
        Massive MIMO
        Mesh networks, ad-hoc networks, sensor networks, femtocells
        Self-configuring and self-optimizing cellular networks
        Dynamic Spectrum Access and Cognitive Radio
        Airborne Communications
        Ultra-reliable and Low-Latency Communications
        Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Communications
        Nano and Molecular Communications and Networks
        Vehicular Networks
    Emerging Applications:
        Content-centric networks
        Social networks
        Multilevel and location-aware mobile services
        Cloud computing
        Software as a service
        Grid computing
        Peer-to-peer networks and overlays
        Multimedia support e.g. vehicle-2-X communications
        Internet governance
    Emerging Issues:
        Artificial Intelligence
        Next Generation Internet Architecture
        Energy efficiency and energy awareness
        Network application awareness
        Network management systems and control plane
        Coarse-grained QoS solutions for scalable Future Internet services
        Quality of Experience
        Support of mobility of devices, users, sessions, networks, and services
        Security and privacy mechanism
        Flexibility to realize new innovations

IPv6 mobility and vehicular networks

    Mobility management and topology control
    Location-based services and positioning
    Micro and macro-mobility
    Mobility, location and handoff management
    Mobile and wireless IPv6
    IPv6 security
    Wireless broadband mobile access
    ad hoc and sensor networks
    Wireless multicasting
    Wireless mesh networks
    Topology control in wireless networks
    Physical and MAC layer issues
    IPv6 GeoNetworking
    Cross-layer design and optimization for vehicular networks and cognitive networks
    Security issues for vehicular and cognitive networks

Network Applications and Convergence

Network-Based Applications are a fast growing area for network services.

The goal of this track is to provide a forum for the presentation of new advances, ideas, and solutions from theoretical, experimental, and applied research to address specific new challenges and emerging issues concerned with this field. We seek papers describing original, previously unpublished research results.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Software Defined Networks (SDN)
    SDN as Enabling Technology for 5G
    Network Virtualization
    Cloud & Crowd Computing
    Smart Homes & Smart Cities & Smart Buildings
    Resource Planning & Management
    Smartphone Networked Apps
    Content Delivery Networks
    Big Data & Analytics
    Augmented & Virtual Reality
    Cyber-Physical Systems & Networks
    Game Theory in Networks
    Tactile Internet
    Access Control
    Scheduling Algorithms
    Security, Trust and Privacy

Optical Communications

Optical communication technologies will continue to be increasingly important in supporting the future Internet's expected scaling requirements of billions of users, their IT needs and aggregated huge bandwidths. Over the last two decades, optical communication technologies have increased the transmission capacity per fiber by several orders of magnitude, achieving Tbit/s transmissions. If the data traffic usage continues to increase at the current rate, a further increase in the transmission capacity of several orders of magnitude will be needed over the coming decades. This implies that future optical systems and networks should be able to support capacities well over Peta bit/s. However, the current technologies have already begun to reveal several fundamental limits; the electronic speed limit, the Shannon and quantum limit, and the IP bottleneck. The future technologies must overcome these limits ensuring sustainable growth of network traffic. The optical communications theme aims to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of significant progress of research, development and applications of cutting-edge technologies in optical communication devices, subsystems, systems and networks.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Next Generation Broadband Access Networks, Subsystems and Systems
        Optical Ethernet, EPON/GPON, 10Gb/s Ethernet, 100Gb/s Ethernet
        WDM Access Networks, WDM-PON
        Wired/wireless convergence, Telecom/broadcast convergence, IPTV
        Hybrid optical-wireless access networks, Radio-over-fiber
        Higher order modulations and OFDM in optical access networks
        Fiber-to-the-Home/Fiber-to-the-Curve (FTTH/FTTC)
        Grid/cloud computing over optical networks
        Green Internet and energy efficiency
    Next Generation Optical Networks, Subsystems and Systems
        Optical core network architecture, design, control, and management
        Optical cross-connect/add-drop multiplexers, ROADM, and switching subsystems
        Optical packet/burst/flow switching networks and subsystems
        Large capacity optical transmission, WDM, OTDM
        OFDM, higher order modulations and advanced modulation formats in photonics
        Energy efficient optical networks
        Impairments mitigations and performance monitoring techniques
        Digital signal processing in photonics systems
        Free Space optical communications
    Optical Fiber, Components, and Devices
        Fiber design, characterization, fabrication, installation,, and maintenance
        Photonics Crystal fibers
        Polymer/non-silica fibers
        Optical active device and modules
        Optical passive device and modules
        Fiber Bragg grating, fiber lasers/amplifiers, MUX/DEMUX, and demodulators
        Silicon photonics
        Optical MEM

Wireless Sensor Networks

The field of wireless sensor networks is now getting more and more mature, but new design concepts, experimental and theoretical findings, and applications continue to emerge at a rapid pace. Furthermore, there are still significant challenges for the theoretical understanding and practical application of sensor networks.

The goal of the sensor networking track is to bring together people from academia and industry who have interest in the area of wireless ad hoc and sensor networks. We seek papers describing original, previously unpublished research results.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Networking protocols: MAC, routing, transport, next generation
    Cooperative communication approaches
    Cross-layer design and optimization
    Broadcasting, multicasting, geocasting
    Quality-of-service, reliability and fault tolerance, coverage and connectivity
    Security
    Supplementary services: localization, time synchronization
    Body sensor networks
    Operating Systems and Software
    Middleware and Macroprogramming
    Information and query processing
    Prototypes, field experiments, testbeds
    Theoretical limits, network scaling
    Novel applications

Networks and Management

Telecommunications and networking policy, regulation and management are an important aspect of deregulation and competition policy formulation. There are significant challenges for the development of an understanding of the dynamics of telecommunications markets. The introduction of solutions and case studies provide an opportunity to analyse outcomes and to learn from research into policy and management practices.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    General topics related to networks and applications
    Broadband Network Management
    Regional and Remote Networks
    Next generation network regulation
    Communication technology fundamentals
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