[ecoop-info] Call for Participation: NetSoft 2016 at Seoul (2nd IEEE CONFERENCE ON NETWORK SOFTWARIZATION)

Woojin Seok wjseok at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 09:41:53 CEST 2016

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We have the pleasure to invite you to NetSoft 2016 at Seoul.

- The early bird registration is 31 March.

- http://sites.ieee.org/netsoft/call-for-submissions/call-for-participation/


Publicity Co-Chair of NetSoft 2016

Woojin Seok

Softwarization of Networks, Clouds, and Internet of Things
June 6-10, 2016

[image: Namdaemun]

*The IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft 2016)*
will be held in beautiful Seoul, Korea. NetSoft is the flagship event
established as part of the IEEE Software-Defined Networks (SDN) Initiative
of the IEEE Future Directions Committee. This cross-societies’ Initiative
aims at creating the conditions for a pre-industrial exploitation and
adoption of SDN/NFV paradigms in Telecommunications and ICT ecosystems,
through a worldwide cooperation of leading technical experts.

In particular, the vision of the IEEE SDN Initiative is that SDN and NFV
are part of a wider systemic trend, called Network Softwarization,
impacting both network and service platforms. In fact, the exploitation of
high levels of automation, increased flexibility and programmability allows
reinventing future network and cloud architectures, accelerating service
deployment and facilitating infrastructure management.

NetSoft is the primary IEEE forum for publication and technical exchange of
the latest research and innovation results in this challenging area.

NetSoft 2016 will feature keynotes, tutorials, technical paper
presentations, demos, exhibitions from world-leading service providers,
vendors, research institutes, open source projects, and academia

*Tutorials include:*

End-to-End Orchestration in Multi-tier Clouds based on Software-Defined
Infrastructure (Prof. Alberto Leon-Garcia and Hadi Bannazadeh, University
of Toronto, Canada)
NFV Management and Orchestration in the Age of 5G (Roberto Riggio, CREATE
NET, Italy)
Programming Data-Planes in P4, a High-Level Language for Packet Processors
(Salvatore Signorello, Radu State and Jérôme François, Univ. of Luxembourg,
and INRIA, France)
The Central Office Rearchitected as a Data Center (CORD) (Larry Peterson
and Ali AlShabibi, Open Networking Lab, USA)
Powering Internet of Things with Cloud and NFV for Cost Efficient and Agile
Applications and Services Provisioning (Roch Glitho, Concordia University,
Software Defined Network Security – In Practice (Sandra Scott-Hayward,
Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland)

*Important Dates:*

Early-Bird Registration : 31 March

Advanced Registraion : 15 May


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