Friday, May 14, 2021

[DMANET] CFP - Methods, Challenges and Opportunities in IoT/Network Security for Post-Quantum World

Dear Colleagues,
In these particularly challenging times, we all search for new paths to
complete meaningful research and publish our work. At MDPI, we are
creating novel avenues to provide continuity in publication.

We are generating a Special Issue "Methods, Challenges and Opportunities
in IoT/Network Security for Post-quantum World", which we feel will be
of interest to you and provide an opportunity to present your results in
a timely manner.

The submission deadline is *20 October 2021*, and papers may be
submitted immediately
or at any point until *20 October 2021*, as papers will be published on an
ongoing basis.

This Special Issue focuses on papers that demonstrate how these design
challenges can be overcome using innovative solutions, which include,
but are not limited to:

1) Quantum secure cryptographic protocols
2) IoT security in post-quantum world
3) Authentication and access control in IoT/5G and beyond
4) Post-quantum cryptosystems for IoT/5G and beyond
5) Blockchain-based solutions for IoT/5G and beyond
6) Homomorphic encryption
7) Search in encrypted data
8) Distributed architectures for IoT/5G and beyond security
9) Cloud computing security

You can find the Call for Papers at:

//Electronics// is fully open access. Manuscripts are peer-reviewed and
a first decision provided to authors approximately 16.4 days after
submission. It has an IF of 2.412, ranking 125/266 (Q2) in
'Engineering, Electrical & Electronic' according to JCR report 2020

We hope that you will be able to submit a paper again to enrich this
special issue and introduce your research to the Electronics journal's

Please get in touch if any questions, we look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Cheng-Chi Lee;
Prof. Dr. Sedat Akleylek;
Guest Editors

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