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*** Call for Tutorials and Panels ***


The 23rd IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications

25-28 June 2018, Natal, Brazil


*** Tutorial and Panel proposals submission deadline: March 10, 2018 


ISCC 2018 encourages submissions for Panel or Tutorial (advanced seminars)
proposals on 

hot research issues related to computers and communications that are
well-suited to open 

discussion and debate. Of particular interest for this year are proposals
related to ubiquitous 

computing, sensing and communication in the era of the Internet of Things,
Edge and Fog 

Computing, Data Science and Big Data Analytics. 


Submission Guidelines for Tutorial Proposals 


Tutorial proposals should be submitted via email to the Tutorials and Panel
Chairs with the 

subject line "ISCC 2018 Tutorial Proposal". Submission should be at most 4
(four) pages 

following the conference research papers' submission format. 


Each submission should include the following information: 


-             The proposed Tutorial title 

-             The preferred duration (1.5 or 3 hours) 

-             An abstract 

-             An outline detailing the scope and depth of coverage of the
targeted topics 

-             A short description of the intended audience 

-             A short biography of the proposed presenter(s), along with
contact information 

-             If the Tutorial or an earlier version has been presented
elsewhere, the proposal 

should indicate those respective events (and dates), and how the current

differs from earlier editions of the Tutorial. 


Submission Guidelines for Panel Proposals 


Panel proposals should be submitted via email to the Tutorial and Panel
Chairs with the 

subject line "ISCC 2018 Panel Proposal". Each proposal should include the
title of the Panel, 

the names, affiliations, and brief biographies of the moderator and the
panelists, and a 

onepage description of the content and format of the discussion. 

Panels should focus on discussion and debate. We discourage formats that
revolve around 

prepared slides and lengthy individual presentations by the panelists.
Proposals should 

include specific examples of provocative questions to be addressed by the
panel, and should 

clearly answer the following questions: 


-             Why is the topic of current interest to the ISCC community? 

-             Why is the topic well-suited to an open panel discussion? 

-             What should attendees expect to gain from the panel? 


Important Dates: 

-             Panel Proposal Submission: March 10, 2018, 11:59PM EST 

-             Tutorial Proposal Submission: March 10, 2018, 11:59PM EST   

-             Notification of acceptance: March 26, 2018 


Tutorial and Panel Chairs 

-             Alex Borges Vieira, Federal University of Juiz de Fora, BR,
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-             Maria Fazio, Universita' degli Studi di Messina, IT
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-             Massimo Villari, Universita' degli Studi di Messina, IT
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-             Ugo Dias - Brasilia University - BR [log in to unmask] 



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