International Symposium on Intelligent Computing and Networking 2024 (ISICN2024)
March 18-20, 2024, Hyatt Place San Juan Hotel, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA.
Intelligent computing and networking is a rapidly growing area that has attracted significant attention due to its potential impact on the quality of service of applications for B5G/6G networks and the future Internet. To enable intelligent computing and networking, it is necessary to integrate technologies from the fields of communications, networking, computing, artificial intelligence, and numerous other fields. The aim of this symposium is to provide a forum for researchers in the areas of intelligent computing and networking and all the related areas to showcase their results, launch new ideas, as well as to interact with colleagues from these areas.
The scope of the symposium covers all enabling technologies for intelligent computing and networking. This includes a huge variety of topics ranging from communications, computing and networking to services and applications of artificial intelligence. A series of panels, tutorials and workshops will also seek to inform and invoke interaction among researchers which are interested in this field.
Last date for submitting of papers, proposals for tutorials and panel sessions: October 1, 2023.
Notification of Acceptance: November 20, 2023.
Last date for submission of camera-ready versions of accepted papers: December 15, 2023.
TOPICS OF INTEREST INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
? AI-based computer networking
? AI-based virtual assistant for computing and networking
? AI-driven signal processing
? AI for wireless networks
? AI-driven wireless systems design
? AI-driven wireless security
? AI for wireless sensor networks
? Air interfaces (5G, B5G, 6G, etc.)
? Connected Autonomous Vehicles
? Blockchain technologies
? Coding and modulation
? Cognitive radios
? Cooperative communications
? Cross-layer design
? Data security management
? Deep speech and video processing
? Detection and estimation
? Digital twin technologies
? Distributed Machine Learning
? Diversity techniques & equalization
? Dynamic spectrum management
? Edge/cloud computing
? Emerging technologies in WLANs and WPANs
? Healthcare applications (telemedicine, etc.)
? Hybrid wireless networks
? Integrated satellite-air-ground networking
? Intelligent channel modelling
? Intelligent mobility management
? Intelligent reflecting surfaces
? Intelligent switching and routing
? Intelligent wearable devices
? Intelligent wireless access techniques
? Interference avoidance and mitigation
? Internet of Things
? Interoperation of wireless systems
? mmWave and Terahertz Communications
? Multi-cloud networking
? Network function virtualization
? Open-source solutions for computing and networking
? Open-source solutions for networking
? Quantum Computing
? Semantic communication
? Trustworthy Machine Learning
? Vehicular networks
? Wireless for distributed learning
? Wireless multimedia
? Wireless networks
PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Original research papers are invited in the Topics of Interest listed above. The length of a paper should not exceed 8 double column pages including all graphs and references, but a paper should not be shorter than 5 full pages. Please prepare your papers using IEEE standard template. All submitted papers will be subject to a thorough peer-review process by at least 3 independent reviewers. All final accepted papers must be submitted to the IEEE Conference eXpress website. Please refer to the acceptance letter for the instructions on how to upload final papers. Full papers must be submitted electronically via EASYCHAIR. Proceedings of the conference will be available on IEEE Xplore after the event.
PANEL SESSIONS, TUTORIALS, AND WORKSHOPS
Proposals for Panel Sessions and Tutorials as well as Workshops are also being solicited. Panel sessions are 60 minutes long. They present leaders in a particular area discussing a topic of interest within the scope of the symposium. Tutorials (half-day sessions) are intended to provide in-depth learning on a specific topic of interest to the participants. Workshops for half day or full day are also welcome. Proposals for Panel sessions, Tutorials and Workshops should consist of 1000 words summary, a 150-word abstract, and a cover page listing the details of the proposer(s). For further details, please contact the Panel Co-Chairs, Tutorial Co-Chairs, or Workshop Co-Chairs.
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