Paper Submission

  • Papers must be submitted through EDAS here.
  • Formatting instructions can be found here
  • Submission timeline please see dates
  • Formatting instructions for camera-ready papers can be found here.

Topics and Information for authors

This workshop offers the opportunity for researchers, practitioners and users to discuss challenges and requirements as well as progress in building network architectures and services that aim to enable the scalable deployment of Future Internet applications. Especially novel data-intensive applications and their requirements to deploy them at Internet scale are of high relevance for this workshop. Questions in this context might be: What issues in the Internet have to be solved for enabling such future applications? What kind of support from the network is required? Which supporting services in the network would be helpful? The workshop seeks for contributions regarding novel and possibly preliminary research results and new trends from industry related, but not limited to the following list of topics:

  • Novel data-intensive Internet applications and their requirements for Future Internet architectures and services
  • New Internet architectures and services enabling scalable and flexible deployment of data-intensive Internet applications
  • Elastic functions and supporting data distribution networks, e.g. using server and/or network virtualization
  • Peer-to-Peer and Service Overlay Networks for building communication services with support for QoS
  • Communication Paradigms and models for data intensive computing (E.g. event processing, publish/subscribe, map reduce, group communication)
  • Solutions for data-gathering over heterogeneous network technologies (E.g. Global sensor networks, Delay-tolerant networks)
Contributions should use any of the following formats
  • Research and position papers presenting novel, still preliminary work (8 pages).
  • Papers describing new trends in industry (4 pages).
  • Demonstration proposals (2 pages).
Contributions are selected according to their originality and relevance to the workshop topics.