With the gargantuan need for processing data at low latency and negligible error but with a high rate, women engineers are enthusiastically working in the areas of distributed computing, wired and wireless networks and mobile computing. Over the past decade, wireless communication and mobile computing have become the most influential technologies in the evolution of a new form of distributed computing.
The eagerness to adopt 5G technology has put the limelight on distributed computing and networking. Additionally, advances in cloud computing have changed the world of computing by eliminating the requirement of owning large-scale servers by the organizations and shifting the computing tasks towards the data centers.
The combination of new forms of networks and distributed computing have given rise to emerging areas like the Internet of Things, Big Data management and analytics, Blockchain, 5G, etc. Originated from RFID and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), the paradigm of IoT has been transforming every aspect of human life including healthcare, energy, transportation, manufacturing, and entertainment.
This workshop will consider the research works which have escalated this change in the computing world. The workshop will also highlight the applications which have been built on top of the modern distributed computing systems with a particular focus on healthcare, transportation, smart city, and green computing.
Call for Papers
The workshop will focus on women participation in the research targeting the following emerging fields:
- Architecture and Networking of Distributed Computing
- Mobile and Cloud Computing
- Network Security, Privacy and Reliability
- Scheduling and Resource Management
- Internet of Things
- Large Scale Complex Networks
- Big data storage and I/O
- Applications and services in healthcare, transportation, smart city, and entertainment
- Green computing
Submit a PDF copy of the full manuscript to the workshop paper submission site available here.
- Deadline for workshop paper submission: Sept 5, 2019
- Acceptance/Rejection of the Papers: Oct 5, 2019
- Camera-Ready Papers Version Due: Oct 20, 2019
Organizers: Dr. Ankita Pramanik, Dr. Punyasha Chatterjee
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