Sunday, July 27, 2014

[DMANET] NSysS 2015- Deadline Extension

Deadline Extension
NSysS 2015
January 5-7, 2015
Dhaka, Bangladesh

Important Dates
Abstract submission deadline: August 9, 2014 (Extended)
Paper submission deadline: August 17, 2014 (Extended)
Notification of paper acceptance: September 30, 2014
Poster and demo submission deadline: October 7, 2014
Notification of poster and demo acceptance: October 14, 2014
Program: January 5-7, 2015

The 1st International Conference on Networking Systems and Security 2015
(NSysS 2015) aims at providing a forum of researchers, practitioners,
developers, and users to exchange new ideas and results related to computer
networks, networking systems, and security across academia and industry. NSysS
2015 will be held during January 5-7, 2015 in Dhaka, the capital of

We solicit original technical papers articulating novel ideas, protocols, and
algorithms with ground-breaking results and/or quantified experiences
involving networking systems and security. The conference values papers, which
will take a broad networking and/or security perspective(s) covering
contemporary and future applications. Of particular interest are technical
contributions that enable new and compelling networking and security

TPC Co-Chairs
Md. Mostofa Akbar, BUET, Bangladesh
Suman Kumar Nath, Microsoft Research, USA

Invited Speakers
Raouf Boutaba, University of Waterloo, Canada
Mohammed Atiquzzaman, University of Oklahoma, USA
Manzur Murshed, Federation University, Australia
Venkat Padmanabhan, Microsoft Research

Scope of the workshop covers, but is not limited to, the following:

Addressing and location management
Broadband access technologies
Capacity planning
Cellular and broadband wireless nets
Challenges for 'Big Sensor Data'
Cognitive radio networking
Congestion control
Content-based network service
Cross layer design and optimization
Cyber‐physical systems and networking
Data centers
Data reduction, inference, and signal processing
Delay/disruption tolerant networks
Denial of service
Detection, classification, tracking, reasoning, and decision making
Dynamic spectrum management
Economic aspects of the Internet
Embedded software for sensor networks
Energy harvesting
Experience with real-world applications
Experimental results from operational networks or network applications
Fault-tolerance, reliability, and troubleshooting
Future Internet design
Innovative applications and deployment experiences
Innovative sensing and processing platforms including cloud, crowd, and
consumer devices
Insights into network and traffic characteristics
Middleware support for networking
Mobile, participatory, and social sensing
Multicast, broadcast and anycast
Multimedia protocols
Near field communication
Network applications and services
Network architectures
Network coding
Network control
Network health monitoring and management
Network management and traffic engineering
Network security and privacy
Network simulation and emulation
Network, transport, and application-layer protocols
Networking issues for emerging applications
New models of sensor usage (e.g. mobile sensing, body sensing, RFIDs, robots)
Novel components, devices and architectures for networked sensing
Operating system and host support for networking
Operating systems and runtime environments
Optical networks
P2P, overlay, and content distribution networks
Peer‐to‐peer networks
Performance evaluation
Power control and management
Pricing and billing
Programming paradigms for sensing systems
Provable correctness and performance guarantees
Quality of service
Resource allocation and management
Resource management
Resource management, QoS, and signaling
RFID networks and protocols
Routing protocols
Satellite networks
Scheduling and buffer management
SDNs and network programming
Security, trust and privacy
Self-organizing networks
Sensor data processing, mining, and machine learning
Sensor data quality, integrity, and trustworthiness
Sensor data storage, retrieval, processing and management
Sensor tasking, control, and actuation
Social computing and networks
Support for integrated sensing, actuation and control
Switches and switching
Techniques for network measurement and simulation
Testing, Verification and Validation
Theoretical foundation and fundamental bounds
Topology characterization and inference
Underground and underwater networks
User interfaces for sensing applications and systems
Vehicular networks
Web services and performance
Wireless, mobile, ad-hoc, and sensor networks

Author Instructions
Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research of
theoretical or practical significance to Network Systems and Security.
Submitted papers must describe work not previously published. They must not be
submitted simultaneously to another conference with refereed proceedings or to
a journal. Papers should not exceed 10 pages in IEEE style. Please find the
template of IEEE style here. Papers significantly shorter than 10 pages,
however, having sufficient novelty and depth are also welcome. Only
electronic submissions will be allowed. The submission system will be open

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, which will be
indexed in various reputed computer science index databases.

Journal Special Issue
A special issue in a reputed journal is planned for selected papers appeared
in the conference.

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