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EMERGING 2010: The Second International Conference on Emerging Network Intelligence

General information

Next-generation large distributed networks and systems require substantial reconsideration of exiting ‘de facto’ approaches and mechanisms to sustain an increasing demand on speed, scale, bandwidth, topology and flow changes, user complex behavior, security threats, and service and user ubiquity. As a result, growing research and industrial forces are focusing on new approaches for advanced communications considering new devices and protocols, advanced discovery mechanisms, and programmability techniques to express, measure and control the service quality, security, environmental and user requirements.

The event EMERGING 2010, The Second International Conference on Emerging Network Intelligence, constitutes a stage to present and evaluate the advances in emerging solutions for next-generation architectures, devices, and communications protocols. Particular focus is aimed at optimization, quality, discovery, protection, and user profile requirements supported by special approaches such as network coding, configurable protocols, context-aware optimization, ambient systems, anomaly discovery, and adaptive mechanisms.

October 25 – 30, 2010 – Florence, Italy

General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2010/EMERGING10.html

Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2010/CfPEMERGING10.html

Submission deadline: May 20, 2010

Sponsored by IARIA, www.iaria.org

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org

Publisher: CPS ( see: http://www2.computer.org/portal/web/cscps )

Archived: IEEE CSDL (Computer Science Digital Library) and IEEE Xplore

Submitted for indexing: Elsevier’s EI Compendex Database, EI’s Engineering Information Index

Other indexes are being considered: INSPEC, DBLP, Thomson Reuters Conference Proceedings Citation Index

Please note the Poster Forum and Work in Progress options.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to, topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in terms of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress, Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and Panels.

Before submission, please check and conform with the Editorial rules: http://www.iaria.org/editorialrules.html

EMERGING 2010 Tracks (tracks’ topics and submission details: see CfP on the site)

Evolution of telecommunications network architectures

Advanced communications systems; New configurable protocols stacks and real-time mechanisms; Applications and services for next-generation architectures; Scalability and manageability of network architectures; Opportunistic and cooperative communications; Next generation networks (NGN); Optical networks; Wireless networks, Mobile networks; Ad-Hoc, Sensor, Vehicle networks; Access, Residential, Last mile networks; Home, Body and Personal area Networks; Active networks; Self Organizing networks; Storage area networks; Peer-to-Peer and overlay networks; Network measurements and testbeds; Transmission technologies (e.g., Ultra Wideband)

Applications and services

Peer-to-Peer applications and services; Web services; Mobile applications; Entertainment and games; Home automation; Surveillance, Home monitoring; Medical and health applications; e-commerce, m-commerce; Location-based services; Real-time and multimedia applications; Real-time services over IP

Networking and service differentiation

Network design and planning; Network management and control; Traffic engineering; Traffic control, Flow control; Congestion and admission control; QoS support and Performance; Routing, Switching, QoS routing; Mobility management; Multicast; Service reliability, availability

Emerging networking

Network coding; Visualization of network behavior; Semantic routing; Network flow processing; Cross-layer design and optimization; High-speed networking; Context-aware mobile networking

Advanced network elements

Network processors; Content addressable memories; Multi-core processors; Context-aware reconfigurable devices; Portable and wearable devices; Mobile multimedia devices

Optimization

Power optimization in data centers; Delay and fault tolerant networks; Video conferencing and telepresence systems; Resource optimization; Context-aware optimization

Quality

Quality of service; Quality of performance; Quality of experience; Quality of data; Quality of modeling; Quality-oriented routing; Quality of context /degradation, trust, uncertainty, consistency/

Smartness

Cognitive radio; Autonomic and dependable communications; Ambient systems; Identity and location in mobile environments; Smart homes; Brain-like networking and computing

Discovery

Resource discovery; Service discovery; Content discovery; Flaws/anomaly discovery

Protection

Anticipative control and management; Data protection strategies; Collaborative Internet attack containment; Micro-kernels and robustness

Security

Trust and credential negotiations; Privacy; Intrusion prevention and containment; Security in virtualization approach; Architectural support for security; Security, privacy, and dependability; Security in cooperative networks

Programmability

Programmable and real-time network traffic measurements; Adaptive scheduling; Network and application load balancing; High-performance capabilities-based networks; Software techniques to improve virtualized I/O performance

End-user

Frequently changing user profile; User mobility and ubiquity; Scalable and resource intensive multi-user distributed applications; User identity and multi-service access technologies; End-user perception; End-user based networking and service orchestration; End-user activity recognition with multiple goals

Mobility

Mobile Internet services; Mobility-oriented protocols /Mobile IP, etc./; Wearable and/or mobile technologies; Self-discovery and localizing entities; Seamless handover

Ubiquity

Ubiquitous computing; Pervasive and embedded systems; Ubiquitous sustainability; Sensing location; Activity patterns; Smart environments in the workplaces; Ubiquitous cities

Semantics and Adaptiveness

Content-aware networks; Network-aware applications; Semantic Web; Adaptive systems; Adaptive applications; Self-adaptiveness; Ontology-based adaptation; Semantic profile; Semantic service orchestration; Multi-technology semantic integration /sensors, ehealth, geosensing, etc./

Wireless

Wireless access technologies / WLANs, WiMAX, satellite, 3G, etc./; Multi-hop wireless networks /sensor, ad hoc, mesh, etc./; Wireless QoS and reliability; Wireless body area networks; Energy optimization

Emerging technologies and applications

Vehicular ad hoc networks; Bio-inspired networks; Tele-medicine/e-health networks; User-centric services and applications; Autonomous and autonomic systems; Self-manageable systems; Emerging computation business models; Social networks; eSociety

EMERGING Advisory Chairs

Tulin Atmaca, IT/Telecom&Management SudParis, France

Raj Jain, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Michael D. Logothetis, University of Patras, Greece

Naoki Wakamiya, Osaka University, Japan

EMERGING 2010 Industry Liaison Chairs

Robert Forster, Edgemount Solutions – Plano, USA

Corrado Moiso, Telecom Italia, Italy

Krishna Murthy, Infosys, USA

EMERGING 2010 Research/Industry Chairs

David Carrera, Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) / Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC, Spain

Peter Deussen, Fraunhofer Research Institute for Open Communication Systems – Berlin, Germany

Daniel Scheibli, SAP Research, Germany

Committee members: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2010/ComEMERGING10.html

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