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*** Our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this Call for
Participation ***




The International Conference on Information Networking (ICOIN 2014), Feb.
10-12, 2014, Phuket, Thailand

*** Technically Co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society (IEEE Xplore, SCOPUS,


You are cordially invited to participate in The International Conference on
Information Networking (ICOIN 2014), to be held in Phuket, Thailand, Feb.
10-12, 2014.

The conference will provide an international forum for exchanging ideas and
information on current issues, challenges, research results, system
developments, and practical experiences in computer communications,
wireless/mobile networks, and converged networks including:

- Ad-hoc and sensor networks

- 5G/B4G cellular systems and heterogeneous networks

- Cloud computing and networks

- Cognitive radio, cooperative communication and networking

- Content distribution network (CDN)

- Contents/Information centric networking (CCN/ICN)

- Cross-layer design and optimization

- Cyber-physical system (CPS)

- Delay/Disruption tolerant network (DTN)

- Device-to-device communications

- Distributed database and data mining

- Energy-efficient protocols, green networks, and smart grid

- Future Internet and future networks

- Internet and web-based database systems and applications

- Internet of things and machine-to-machine communications

- Multimedia/database systems and applications

- Networked computing systems and devices

- Network convergence technolog

- Network performance analysis/measurement and evaluation

- Network security, trust and privacy

- Network simulation and modeling

- Network survivability and reliability

- Network Science

- Network traffic management

- Optical networks

- Operating systems and middleware support for networking

- Peer-to-peer (P2P)/Overlay networks

- Pricing and billing

- QoS and resource management

- Routing, switching, and addressing

- Social computing and networks

- Software defined networking (SDN) and network virtualization

- Ubiquitous home and office networking

- Vehicular and underwater networks

- Wireless/mobile networks (WBAN/WPAN/WLAN/WMAN/WWAN)

- Wireless mesh/multihop networks

** Keynote Speech **

*TITLE*: Ten Years of Future Internet Research

*SPEAKER*: Prof. Rui Luis Aguiar (the University of Aveiro)

*ABSTRACT*: The talk will reflect on the large area of research known under
the name of Future Internet. A small historic overview of european trends
over the last years, and on the major trade-offs under discussion, will be
made in order to reach an understanding of what were the key issues being
addressed, with special emphasis on mobile environments. Finally, a
critical view of the state of the Internet, and the contributions that
Future Internet research has made in the last years, will be made,
highlighting promising challenges for future research.

** Program **

You can see the program of the conference by clicking on the following link:


** Tutorials **

*TITLE*: Softwarization of Mobile Networks, the Next Processing Platform -
What is beyond 4G?

*SPEAKER*: Dr. Jose Costa-Requena (AALTO University)

*ABSTRACT*: The Software Defined Networks (SDNs) and Network Functions
Virtualisation (NFVs), as recent separate research and development trends
have the roots in programmable / active network technologies and standards
developed a decade ago. In particular, they are associated

with the decoupling of forwarding from control and hardware from networking
software, using open interfaces to connectivity resources. The next phase
of R&D in mobile networks would involve novel integration and use of all
connectivity, storage and processing resources under new management and
control systems for provisioning of on-demand networking and services with
continuous update of features. The followings are key challenges which will
be analysed and debated in this session: Performant and Safe Network
Execution environments, Uniform Autonomic Management, Scalable Programmable
delivery infrastructures(Control of Virtual mobile resources, Mapping
virtual resources to the mobile resources).

*TITLE*: Wireless Networking in a Noncooperative Paradigm: Challenging
Common Sense?

*SPEAKER*: Dr. Jerzy Konorski (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland)

*ABSTRACT*: Noncooperative behavior, nowadays recognized in many networking
settings, defies the traditional engineering paradigm of systems design,
which optimizes a multivariate performance criterion subject to feasibility
and cost constraints. Recently, a "microeconomic" approach has gained
importance in autonomous system design, whereby a device's noncooperative
behavior is regarded as rational and thus predictable. It recognizes that
little can be done by administrative means, since devices are often as good
as anonymous, and so are hard to single out and punish. Instead, incentive
compatibility measures should be applied so that selfish devices find
themselves worse off than they would be when acting cooperatively. In
particular, we are interested in situations where noncooperative behavior
backfires if it does not contribute to a well-defined social goal. We
analyze interactions between rational devices and the impact of their
noncooperative behavior upon system-wide performance. The main formal
apparatus is that of game theory, an operational research tool largely
borrowed from modern economics and sociology. We give an overview of
selected basic game models applicable in the context of distributed
computer and communication environments, along with the corresponding
solution concepts and a number of educational examples that illustrate the
differences between decision problems and simple games.

** Technical Paper Sessions **

Oral Sessions

Session 1 : Ad hoc/sensor networks (1/3)

Session 2 : Cloud computing and networks (1/3)

Session 3 : Ad hoc/sensor networks (2/3)

Session 4 : MIMO technology (1/2)

Session 5 : Ad hoc/sensor networks (3/3)

Session 6 : Routing, switching, and addressing

Session 7 : LTE/heterogeneous networks

Session 8 : Cloud computing and networks (2/3)

Session 9 : Internet and web applications (Room B)

Session 10 : Cloud computing and networks (3/3)

Session 11 : Cognitive radio, QoS and resource management

Session 12 : MIMO technology (2/2)

Poster Sessions

Session 1 : Implementation, measurement and performance analysis

Session 2 : WLAN/Wibro/LTE, cognitive radio technology

Session 3 : Internet security and web applications

Session 4 : Smart grid and home networks, multimedia service

Session 5 : Communication technology

Session 6 : Network modeling, management, performance and security

For any inquiries on ICOIN 2014, please send any inquiry on ICOIN 2014 to
TPC Chair:

Prof. Sanghoon Lee (Yonsei University, Korea, [log in to unmask])

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