- Paper Submission Deadline:
March 13th, 2020April 10th, 2020
- Acceptance Notification:
April 13th, 2020May 10th, 2020
- Camera Ready Paper Due:
April 20th, 2020May 20th, 2020
Presentation and Objectives
Computer networks interconnect the virtual world to the real-world using sensors and actuators that allow the interconnection between
things, people, data, machines, and business processes, contributing to the realization of the Internet of Everything. The networks and this fusion between the virtual and the real world, increasingly, will have profound impacts on society.
The evolution of technology such as cloud, fog and edge computing, software-defined networks, network function virtualization, networkslicing, software-defined radio, advances in optical communications and radio technologies will make intelligent networks a reality capable ofsupporting the most diverse application requirements such as ultra-reliable, ultra-low latency, quality of service and experience, security,mobility, zero touch provisioning, autonomous management, among others.
The deployment of 5G, the next generation of mobile networks, is happening right now. However, there is still an agenda that involvesresearch, experimentation, prototyping, testing, implantation, development of new applications and business models, policies, andregulation. The scientific community looks to the future and sees the challenges after 5G, the new network, and new network architecturesand for the future of the Internet.
In the United States, an initiative is underway to support experimental research Tomorrow’s Internet. In Europe and Asia, several projectsrelated to experimental research for the next generation of the Internet and the networks beyond 5G. In Brazil, projects such as FIBRE, FIWARE,FUTEBOL, 5GINFIRE, and NECOS, carried out in collaborations between Europe and Brazil, create conditions to experience different scenarioswith a focus on new networks and future applications.
The Workshop on Future Internet Research and Experimentation (WPEIF), in its eleventh edition, aims to consolidate discussions andexchanges of information, knowledge, and experiences on experimental research related to the applications of the future and the networksof the future, aligned to the efforts related to create the next generation of tomorrow’s networks.
Through the discussion of this topic with the community of computer networks and distributed systems, the Workshop seeks to be a beaconin this area of research that contains numerous challenges and opportunities.
Instructions to the Authors
To submit research papers is mandatory to use the JEMS conference system. Articles can be written in Portuguese or English, only in PDF format. The text must contain up to six (6) pages, including an abstract (and a “Resumo” for articles in Portuguese), pictures, diagrams, references, and attachments. Formatting should follow the SBC template.
The Workshop’s technical program committee will evaluate articles submitted to WPEIF, and they will select the best papers for presentation and publication in the proceedings of the event.
At least one of the authors of each selected article must register at SBRC and WPEIF, as well as present it at the event.
Topics of Interest
WPEIF invites authors to submit original and innovative research papers, even if still in progress, related to the networks of the future, the infrastructures that will support them, and the applications of the future that will contribute to transforming our society.
Topics of interest include a wide range of subjects. The following list describes some examples: