CFP: 17th IEEE Global Internet Symposium (GI 2014)

Call for Papers
17th IEEE Global Internet Symposium (GI 2014)
In conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2014
Toronto, Canada
April 27--May 2, 2014

The 17th IEEE Global Internet Symposium will be co-located with IEEE Infocom 2014. All relevant dates, location, and travel information are available from the IEEE Infocom 2014 conference site:

The IEEE Global Internet Symposium aims to provide a top forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss advances in Internet-related technologies. The focus of the symposium is on experimental systems and emerging future Internet technologies, and especially on scaling such systems to a global scale. Research on understanding Internet protocols, services, and applications at global scale is also encouraged. The Program Committee also welcomes position papers (which should be clearly marked as such).

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
* Routing, switching, and addressing
* Resource management and quality of service
* Software defined networks and network programming
* Content delivery and management
* Energy awareness
* Next-generation network architectures
* Distributed Internet applications including games, VoIP, and video conferencing
* Online social networking
* Peer-to-peer networks
* Novel applications and new paradigms
* Internet measurement, modeling, and visualization
* Large-scale network operation and performance monitoring
* Privacy and/or security issues on the Internet
* Anomaly, intrusion and attack detection
* Interface among networking, communications and information theory
* Applications of network science in communication networks
* Economic aspects of the Internet

Important Dates
* Paper submission: 15th December 2013, 11:59 PM PST.
* Notification of acceptance: 7th February 2014
* Final manuscripts due: TBA
* Symposium: TBA

Submission Instructions

Submitted manuscripts must be formatted in standard IEEE camera-ready format (double-column, 10-pt font) and must be submitted via EDAS as PDF files: The manuscripts must be no longer than 6 pages. The Program Committee reserves the right to not review papers that violate these formatting rules. Submitted papers must not have been previously published, or be under consideration for publication elsewhere. All submitted papers will be reviewed and judged on originality, technical correctness, relevance, and quality of presentation. All accepted papers must be presented at the symposium by one of the authors.

Steering Committee
* Xiaoming Fu, Chair (University of Goettingen, DE)
* Marcelo Bagnulo Braun (UC3M, Spain)
* Tilman Wolf (UMass, USA)
* Jorg Ott (Aalto U., Finland)
* Colin Perkins (U. Glasgow, UK)

Program Committee Chairs
* Jun Li (University of Oregon, USA)
* Rade Stanojevic (Telefonica Research, Spain)

Technical Program Committee
* Fred Baker (Cisco)
* Fabian Bustamante (Northwestern University)
* Kevin Butler (University of Oregon)
* Luca Cittadini (Roma Tre University)
* Ruben Cuevas (UC3M)
* Wu-chang Feng (Portland State University)
* Polly Huang (National Taiwan University)
* Olaf Maennel (Loughborough University)
* David Malone (Hamilton Institute)
* Joerg Ott (Aalto University)
* Colin Perkins (University of Glasgow)
* Radia Perlman (Intel)
* Chen Qian (University of Kentucky)
* Peter Reiher (UCLA)
* Reza Rejaie (University of Oregon)
* Michael Sirivianos (Cyprus University of Technology)
* Arun Vishwanath (University of Melbourne)
* Dan Wang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
* Mei Wang (Cisco)
* Lenx Tao Wei (UC Berkeley and Peking University)
* Tilman Wolf (U Mass Amherst)

The Global Internet (GI) Symposium is the flagship event established and organized by the Internet Technical Committee (ITC), a joint committee of the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and the Internet Society (ISOC).