33rd Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems Toggle

May 18 – 22, 2015

 

PRELIMINAR CALL FOR PAPERS

Authors are invited to submit full papers containing results of their scientific or technological research. The paper is expected to describe the problem, the conceptual basis, an assessment of the proposed solution, as well as the main contribution of the paper when compared to related work.

Manuscripts may be written in Portuguese or in English and submitted in PDF format. Each paper is limited to 14 pages, including the abstract, figures, graphs, references and appendices. Papers should be formatted using the SBC template. The submission form will open soon in electronic form through the JEMS system.

Each paper will be evaluated by three or more experts. The authors of the best papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to the Brazilian Journal of Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (RB-RESD).

Specific calls for other SBRC activities will be disclosed in future.

Important Dates

Abstract Registration: Nov 28, 2014, at 11:55 PM (UTC-2)
Paper Submission: Dec 05, 2014, at 11:55 PM (UTC-2)
Author Notification: Mar 17, 2015
Final Version: Mar 24, 2015


Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Address Management and Location
• Applications and distributed algorithms
• Autonomic and Self-organizing Networks
• Autonomic Distributed Systems
• Broadband access technologies
• Capacity Planning
• Cloud Computing
• Cognitive Radio Networks
• Context-aware Computing
• Cross-layer Optimizations
• Delay Tolerant Networks (DTN)
• Design and analysis of networks
• Detection and prevention of anomalies and attacks
• Distributed Multimedia Systems
• Distributed Operating Systems
• Distributed System’s Specification, validation and verification
• Fault tolerance and resilience
• Future Internet
• Green Networks
• Identity Management
• Infrastructured Wireless Networks
• Management and operation of networks
• Middleware
• Mobile and Pervasive Social Networks
• Mobile Computing

• Mobile Networks
• Network Architectures
• Network Measurement and monitoring
• Network Protocols
• Network Traffic Control
• Networks and Applications for Digital/interactive TV
• Networks and protocols for RFID
• Optical Networks
• P2P systems and networks
• Performance, scalability and reliability
• Quality of Experience
• Quality of Service
• Real-Time Distributed Systems
• Routing, switching and addressing
• Security in networks and distributed systems
• Sensor Networks
• Service-Oriented Computing
• Simulation and emulation
• Social networks
• Software-Defined Networks
• Tools and software environments for Distributed Systems
• Ubiquitous/ Pervasive Computing
• Vehicular (V2V and V2I) and avionics networks
• Virtualization
• Web Services