IEEE International Workshop on Leveraging Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Edge Computing
Call for Papers
This workshop aims to provide a friendly and open environment to practitioners, academicians, and scientists for dissemination, discussion, and exchange of ideas on different topics of Leveraging Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Edge Computing, including applications and challenges. The workshop welcomes original in-depth studies and discussions within the scope of the workshop.
The workshop seeks original manuscripts in the scope of the workshop, but not limited to:
- Resource management and task offloading in MEC with AI/ML technology
- Energy efficiency in MEC with AI/ML technology
- Security, Privacy, and Trust issues in MEC with AI/ML technology
- Novel and innovative AI/ML methods for autonomic MEC
- The practical applications for AI/ML based MEC
- Novel architectures of AI/ML for future MEC
- Modeling the behavior of crowds interacting with edge networks
Manuscripts can be up to 6-page in length, and they must comply with the IEEE format as required by IEEE HPSR 2022.
Kaikai Chi, Zhejiang University of Technology, CHINA
IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Data Networks
Call for Papers
The primary purpose of data transmission and networking is to facilitate communication and sharing of information between individuals and organizations. New technologies are needed to efficiently and effectively cope with the resulting traffic demands, especially considering the significant changes driven by cloud computing, the Internet of things, data science and analysis in communication networks, and other new concepts. This workshop aims to provide a friendly and open environment to practitioners, academicians, and scientists for dissemination, discussion, and exchange of ideas on different topics of data networks and their applications. This workshop issue will bring leading researchers and developers from both academia and industry together to present their novel research on data networks. This may include new data network architecture, more efficient network management, data network applications, machine learning schemes for data networks, and support for various services such as video streaming.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- New data networks architecture and protocols
- Data networks management
- Green data networks
- Decentralized data networks
- Machine learning for data networks
- Cloud computing and edge computing assisted data networks
- UAV assisted data networks
- Block chain assisted data networks
- Internet of things (IoT)
- Data networks in emergency and disaster scenarios
- data networks for video streaming
- data networks for smart grid
- data networks for vehicles
- data networks for 5G and 5G beyond
- Emerging application of data networks
The submitted papers will be peer reviewed and will be selected based on the quality and relevance to the main themes of this workshop. Manuscripts can be up to 6-page in length, and they must comply with the IEEE format as required by IEEE HPSR 2022.
Zhi Liu, University of Electro-Communications, JAPAN
IEEE International Workshop on Addressing, Routing and Management Across Limited Domains
Call for Papers
The core principle of IP addressing and routing in the Internet has remained stable for 50 years. However, the Internet is under significant strain during its evolution due to its scale and the increasingly demanding services it is called to support. Although ad-hoc solutions over the years allowed IP networks to cope with emerging requirements in an incremental fashion, further improvements are tough to achieve. Meanwhile, the addressing and routing innovations are active inside Limited Domains (LD – a technical domain with consistent utilization of routing and other policies as enforced by the entity that manages the domain), which are domain-specific. The innovative technologies lead to extra business values with new capabilities, increased flexibilities, efficient utilization of infrastructure resources and better quality of service. Examples of LDs are factory networks, IoT networks, edge networks, CDN networks, satellite networks, extreme requirements use cases domain, etc.
Both inside and across limited domains, addressing and routing has faced many challenges. The support for highly dynamic topologies is one of them, which emanates from satellite and vehicular network deployments. The mobility of network nodes can cause stability problems to existing routing protocols. Supporting alternative addressing semantics beyond network locations is another area of investigation for future routing solutions. Moreover, scenarios involving programmable paths, multi-path, multihoming, security, etc., bring new challenges and opportunities to existing routing protocols and solutions. Additional challenges are related to the emerging 6G requirements of unified integration of network segments and limited domains as a compute continuum, which support seamless execution of services across multiple domains capable of a unified service provision beyond best effort across heterogeneous communication and computing environments.
Network and service management is about administering networks and services with direct support for all their operations. It aims to integrate fault, configuration, accounting, performance and security management in the networking systems and leverage the self-management, automation and autonomic capabilities enabling unprecedented abstraction, disaggregation, operation, integration, and programmability in network infrastructures and services. It creates a level of decoupling between the infrastructure delivering the service and the service elements.
Although the two areas were developed relatively independently in the past 50 years, there is an urgent and critical requirement to break the boundaries and increase direct interactions between different IP infrastructure, management systems, and application domains capable of a unified service provision beyond best effort across heterogeneous communication and computing environments. Such development would significantly enhance and profoundly change how communication infrastructures are designed and operated, enabling rapid and innovative service creation.
New solutions for inter-computing management systems with routing beyond the Internet’s inter-networking capabilities would make seamless services execution across multiple and inter-working domains possible, each possibly applying different policies and mechanisms for routing, security, access to resources and application services.
In addition, the solution space in the addressing, routing and management domains has been evolving in a fragmented way. Too many ad-hoc solutions can lead to unnecessary complexity, increased fragility and even security/privacy leakage. A more holistic approach needs to be taken to design architectural recommendations to meet economic and technical objectives to avoid these potential risks. Expected benefits include service performance guarantees, better support for dynamic topologies and mobile users, improved security and privacy, extended data plane programmability and routing scalability, reengineering level 3 & 4 protocols to meet 6G emerging requirements.
Research works, technical achievements, innovations and visionary papers on the following topics, but not limited to, are welcome for submission to the ARMS workshop.
- New solutions for integration of addressing, routing and management systems
- Innovations in routing technologies and addressing in future networks
- IP addressing with multi-semantics (e.g., location, name, topology, etc.) enhancement
- Network interoperability in the presence of alternative addressing
- Pluginized routing protocols
- Distributed routing aggregation
- Service routing
- Network slice-based routing
- Topology based routing
- Routing security and privacy
- Resource management mechanisms for deterministic data transmission
- Protocols and methods for delivery of high precision services with KPIs guarantees
- Methods and frameworks enabling customized functions on data packets and processes to program the header of the packets
- High-performance in-network processing and management for routing and forwarding
- Limited domains and their interconnection
- Ad-hoc multicast creation and management
- High performance, programmable networks for the Edge and Internet of things
- APIs, multi-limited domain frictionless orchestration; interoperability multi-domain domain methods and algorithms for extreme performance networking, such as very low latency, ultra-high peak data rate, time-sensitive networking and deterministic networking
- Methods for efficient support for the new emerging application domains: Internet of senses, holographic communications, massive digital twinning, and XR, fully autonomous driving, flying networks
- In-network service level optimization; predictable KPIs and QoS
- Management of complexity introduced for realizing the additional addressing, routing and management semantics
Prof. Alex Galis, University College London
David Lou, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH