[ndnSIM] CFP: ACM MobiHoc 2018 - 19th International Symposium on Mobile Ad Hoc Networking and Computing (Los Angeles, CA, June 26-19, 2018)

Alex Afanasyev aa at cs.fiu.edu
Thu Oct 19 11:09:48 PDT 2017


June 26-29, 2018, Los Angeles, USA

Paper Registration Deadline: DECEMBER 15, 2017 (11:59PM PDT)

ACM MobiHoc is a premier conference with a highly selective single-track
technical program dedicated to addressing the challenges emerging from
networked systems that must operate in the face of dynamics ranging from
changing user demands to connectivity and resource availability.
Examples of such dynamic networks include wired/wireless communication,
data-centers, sensors, energy, social, and transportation networks. Work
that presents new performance evaluation methods, novel algorithms or
provides fundamental insights for these systems is encouraged.

We are interested both in innovative works in an unexplored and/or
emerging topic in the broad area of networks, and in novel findings
and/or new insights that build on existing works. The specific areas of
interest include, but are not limited to:

- Modeling, analysis, and control of dynamic networks
- Network optimization and learning
- Ultra-wideband and millimeter-wave mobile networking
- Analytical modeling and model validation
- Performance, fundamental limits, scalability, energy, and reliability
- Routing, scheduling, resource allocation, spectrum sharing
- Online algorithms for interacting networks
- Communication and networking aspects of cyber-physical systems
- Anomaly detection, network monitoring and forecasting
- Network games, network economics
- Big data and machine learning in the context of dynamic networks
- Tasks, applications, sensing, and services over networks
- Trust, security, and privacy
- Exciting results from experimental systems
- Internet of the Things (IoT)
- 5G wireless
- Big-data analytics and machine learning for dynamic networks
- Interdependent critical infrastructure networks
- Edge computing and distributed computing over networks
- Software Defined Networking/Network Function Virtualization

Authors can keep their names on their submitted paper, i.e., SUBMISSIONS
ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE DOUBLE BLIND. Authors can also prepare technical
reports that are made available on their own websites and on purely
archiving organizations such as arXiv.org. However, all submissions must
comply with the DUAL SUBMISSION POLICY [1]. All submitted papers will be
considered for a Best Paper Award. Papers are expected to be direct and
specific about their results, contributions, and context.

[1]: https://www.sigmobile.org/mobihoc/2018/submission.html#dual-submission-policy
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