aerOS project co-organises the “DEPLOYING APPLICATIONS IN THE 6G ERA: THE DAWN OF HIGHLY-SECURE, TRUSTWORTHY, SCALABLE AND ADAPTABLE ECOSYSTEMS” workshop in the context of IEEE International Workshop on Computer Aided Modeling and Design of Communication Links and Networks.
With 5G becoming mainstream after being deployed in several regions of the world, the constant growth of interconnected devices and the demand for high data rate services compel the conceptualization of the next generation of networking which will address the needs of an “always connected” society. The astonishing numbers of interconnected devices supporting smart homes/cities/transportations, e-health applications and consumer services, push toward redesigning the Internet-of-Everything (IoE) paradigm with a user-centric approach, thus extending the 5G-era shift from rate-centric enhanced mobile broadband services to ultra-reliable low-latency communications.
6G Networks should be capable of unleashing the full potential of each application, through the inherent support of contemporary wireless technologies, cutting-edge network architectures, AI/ML-based optimization techniques and over-the-top security features. It is often stated that 6G will facilitate the pivotal shift from present-day’s interconnected intelligent nodes to the much broader “connected intelligence”, a holistic approach for delivering disruptive services, thus introducing new heights of user satisfaction.
In this respect, this Special Session aims at providing a forum where researchers, engineers, and practitioners may discuss the latest advances on architectures, algorithms, abstractions, and technologies for delivering scalable, secure, trustworthy, robust, flexible, and agile applications. We strongly encourage submission of innovative work on contemporary network and application design.
Find out more on the workshop here. (https://camad2023.ieee-camad.org/)
Call for papers deadline on 31 July 2023