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    Call for papers

The ACM SIGCOMM CoNEXT conference travels to another continent to 
complete its first decade as one of the major forums for presentations 
and discussions of novel computing technologies that will shape the 
future of Internetworking. The goal of the conference is to foster 
technical interactions among members of computer and communication 
networks research at large through a single track program promoting 
their most promising works.

This new installment of the conference is proudly committed to the three 
values that made the conference successful for nearly ten years: 
Recognizing farsighted excellence, by selectively choosing papers with 
substantial novelty and research contribution. Promoting a broad 
definition of networking research, by welcoming submissions based on 
implementation and experimentation as well as theoretical analysis. 
Assuring authors of submitted papers a fair and thorough review process, 
with sound and detailed feedback guaranteed to each submissions in 
proportion of its scientific merit and potential.


    Scope

The Program Committee of ACM CoNEXT seeks papers presenting significant 
and novel research results on emerging computer and communication 
networks. We especially encour- age submissions that present novel 
experimentation, creative use of networking technologies and new 
insights made possible using analysis or computing concepts rarely found 
among networking researchers.

We invite submissions on a wide range of networking research including :

  * Networking aspects of mobile, wireless and ubiquitous computing
  * Networking aspects of operating systems and virtualization architectures
  * Network control and management, including datacenter, enterprise and SDN
  * Security and privacy aspects of computer networks and protocols
  * Theory and performance analysis of networking architectures and
    applications
  * Novel application of other fields to computer networking

We are open to other contributions that stretch networking research 
outside of these topics, present new emerging computing trends and 
potentially involve unfamiliar techniques. We invite the authors to bear 
in mind that the main factor of interest for their work will be the 
implications of their results in networking. These should be clearly 
substantiated and explained.


    Submission

Authors must submit their papers electronically, following the 
guidelines available on the ACM SIGCOMM CoNEXT web page.

The committee encourages substantiated results with a succinct 
presentation. All papers will be part of a single track. More details 
will be provided on the format of the papers closer to the submission date.

The selection of presentations will be based on peer-review by program 
committee members. This year, in an effort to inform judgment on the 
selection of presented papers, the PC will organize a rolling early 
feedback phase. During that time, and before review are completed, PC 
members are able to request authors for clarifications, typically on 
assumptions made and results obtained. Authors of submitted papers who 
receive such a request have the non mandatory option to answer that 
request within a week. We encourage this interaction espe- cially to 
give a chance to a minority of "controversial" papers that could be of 
special interest to our community, but raises important concerns that 
need to be addressed.


    Publication

The proceedings of the conference will be published by the ACM.


    Website

http://conferences2.sigcomm.org/co-next/2014/


    Important dates

Paper Registration 	June 8, 2014 (16:59 PDT)
Paper Submission 	June 15, 2014 (16:59 PDT)
Notification of Acceptance 	August 25, 2014
Conference 	December 2-5, 2014

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Emmanuel Lochin
Professeur ISAE - OSSI
Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE)
Issu du rapprochement SUPAERO et ENSICA
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Tel : 05 61 33 91 85 - Fax : 05 61 33 91 88
Web : http://personnel.isae.fr/emmanuel-lochin/
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