CFP

SCOPE


Rapid advances in Information and Communication Technologies coupled to new requirements of emergent applications such as smart grids, smart cities, e-healthcare, etc., urge the development of efficient architectures and innovative solutions to overcome new digital society challenges : big data, security and privacy, energy, etc.

International Conference on Networks, Distributed Systems and advanced Applications (INDS'2014) is intended to be an excellent forum where both academia and industry experts from different communities (Networking, Distributed Computing, Security, Emergent smart systems, etc) will discuss recent advances in the broad and quickly-evolving fields of computer and communication networks, and to highlight key issues, identify trends, and develop visions for the networking and distributed computing domain.

INDS 2014 will be held at Bejaia , an exciting and historical city located on the south coast of the Mediterranean Sea in Algeria.

The conference sessions will include featured keynotes, tutorials, technical presentations (regular papers and short papers), posters, as well as demonstrations and doctoral symposium.

Distinguished papers accepted and presented at INDS'2014, after further revisions, will be published in special issues of prestigious international journals.


TRACKS & TOPICS OF INTEREST


 

The technical sessions will be structured around the following tracks but are not limited to:

T1-  Networking architectures :  Evolution of IP network architectures and protocols, addressing and routing, switching, multicasting,  resource management and scheduling, cross-layer design and optimization, Modeling and performances evaluation, information/content-centric networking, P2P, network virtualization, cloud computing, green networking, network measurement and management;   Optical Technologies ; Architectures for the Internet of Things ; Social networking ; Networks-on-Chip (Architecture and Design, Analysis, Verification and Modeling, NoC Optimization), Foundations for the Future Internet

T2-  Security :  Access control ;  Authentication ; Applied cryptography ;  Availability, resilience, and usability ;    Cryptanalysis ;  key management protocols, anomaly and malware detection, DoS detection and mitigation, Database security ;  Digital rights management ;  Embedded system security ; Information security in vertical applications ;  Multimedia security ;  Network security ;  Privacy and anonymity ;  Risk evaluation and security certification ;  Security for cyber-physical systems ;  Security intelligence ;  Security of smart cards and RFID systems ;  Ad-Hoc and sensor networks security ; Security policies ;  Security protocols ;  Security systems ;  Smart grid security ;  Smartphone security ;  Trust model and computing, Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing, security and privacy in big data, Security Forensics, Biometrics,

T3. Mobile and Wireless networking : Ad-hoc and mesh networks, mobile networks, cellular networks, Wireless sensor and actuator networks, delay/disruption tolerant networks, opportunistic networks, Vehicular networks ;  RFID-based systems, Cognitive radio networks ; Software Defined Radio, Self-organization and autonomic networking; Frequency and channel allocation algorithms ; Energy saving and power control protocols, Scheduling and resource management algorithms ; Cross-layer design and optimization ; Mobility management and modeling ; Social networking solutions for pervasive and mobile environments

T3-  Distributed computing, Cloud Computing and big data :Distributed coordination and synchronization algorithms, Dependable Computing and Communications ; Cloud Computing Architectures and Systems ; Resource Virtualization ; and Management  ; Virtual Machine Management in Clouds ; High Performance Computing in Clouds ; Big Data Management  ; Big Data Processing  ; Stream Data Processing in Clouds ; MapReduce Systems and Applications ; GPU-accelerated Cloud Computing ;  Distributed OS, and Middleware ; Web-based Systems and Applications GPU-accelerated Data Processing ; Data Center Networking ; Software Defined Networking for Cloud Computing ; Software Defined Networking for Data-Intensive Applications ; Cloud Storage ; Green Cloud Computing ; Mobile Cloud Computing ; Cloud Computing in Social Networks Cloud Computing for Internet of Things ; Cloud-assisted Multimedia Systems ;

T4. Applications and services :Social networks, networking aspects in cloud, web architectures and protocols, middleware support for networking, quality of experience, pricing and billing, network economics, content distribution, advertising and media networks, disaster-recovery networks, networking support for smart grids, networking support for smart cities, emerging value-added services and applications ;  Business models and new services for smart cities; Efficient resource management (water, energy…) ;  Smart Grid ; Body Area Sensor Networks

BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARDS


Two Best papers where the main contributor is a Ph.D. student will be selected and awarded.

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