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From: Thomas Dreibholz <thomas.dreibholz@googlemail.com>
To: linux-sctp@vger.kernel.org
Subject: Multi-Clouds and Mobile Edge Computing (M²EC 2022)
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2021 09:33:24 +0200	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <c1f17a7d-d840-6ec9-68ad-14d641041618@iem.uni-due.de> (raw)


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CALL FOR PAPERS

The 4th International Workshop on Recent Advances for Multi-Clouds and
Mobile Edge Computing (M²EC 2022)
In conjunction with the 36th International Conference on Advanced
Information Networking and Applications (AINA 2022)
April 13-15, 2022 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
https://melodic.cloud/M2EC-2022/


Today, a large number of enterprises and individuals rely on services
offered by clouds to meet their computational and storage demands.
However, in general, no single cloud provider is able to provide all the
features a user may need in a cost-efficient way, while satisfying the
user’s security and performance requirements. For instance, even the
most dominant cloud providers have limited geographical presence. Cloud
federation enables end users to integrate segregated resources from
different cloud providers. The use of Multi-Clouds offers more freedom
to the cloud users, and increases the granularity of choices in the
application deployment. Growing interest in Multi-Clouds pushes the need
to investigate a large number of under-explored research topics, ranging
from Multi-Cloud resource provisioning, application deployments,
automated configurations, federated networking, adaptations, security,
and privacy.
Moreover, with the growing need of real-time data analytics and critical
event handling by many modern applications, such as in the Internet of
Things (IoT), it is evident that the centralized compute and storage
model offered by cloud computing is not suitable for such applications,
due to high end-to-end latencies. Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), on the
other hand, enables a computing and storage infrastructure provisioned
closely to the end-users at the edge of a cellular network. Combining
MEC in Multi-Cloud infrastructures can help to combat latency challenges
imposed by the cloud-centric architectures.

The intent of our workshop is to bring together people from research and
industry, in order to provide a discussion forum for state-of-the-art
topics related to cloud, multi-cloud and mobile edge computing
technology, networks and applications. The International Workshop on
Recent Advances for Multi-Clouds and Mobile Edge Computing (M²EC 2022)
will include full-paper sessions as well as a poster session (with short
presentations) to introduce preliminary ideas as well as work in progress.

Proceedings of the workshop will be published in Springer Series
“Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing”. The books of this
series are submitted to ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS,
Google Scholar and Springerlink.


The main topics to be addressed include (but are not limited to):

    * Design and implementation of Multi-Cloud and Cross-Cloud systems
    * Networking technologies for Cloud federation
    * Multi-Cloud middleware
    * Cloud/Multi-Cloud resilience, robustness, load balancing, failover
handling
    * Cloud/Multi-Cloud monitoring, adaptation and scalability
    * Cloud/Multi-Cloud security and privacy
    * Cloud/Multi-Cloud use-case applications
    * Cloud/Multi-Cloud (application) monitoring, adaptation and scalability
    * Adaptive Multi-Cloud application provisioning
    * Design and provisioning of Big Data, Multi-Cloud applications
    * Inter-operability in Multi-Clouds
    * Mobile Edge Computing systems
    * Mobile Edge Computing for 5G network infrastructures
    * Design and provisioning of Mobile Edge Computing applications
    * Quality of Service in Multi-Cloud setups
    * Efficient distributed storage techniques
    * Low-latency transport protocols
    * Low-latency storage
    * Resilient networks and systems
    * Multi-homed systems and advanced transport protocols
    * Applications and algorithms for Big Data and Mobile Edge Computing
(Multi-)Clouds
    * Application deployment and support for legacy applications

GENERAL CHAIRS:

    * Thomas Dreibholz, Simula Metropolitan Centre for Digital
Engineering (Oslo, Norway)
    * Feroz Zahid, Simula Research Laboratory (Fornebu, Viken, Norway)

PUBLICITY CHAIRS:

    * Xing Zhou, Hainan University (Haikou, Hainan, China)
    * Paweł Skrzypek, 7bulls (Warsaw, Poland)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

   (in alphabetical order)

   * Dimitris Apostolou, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems
(Athens, Greece)
   * Jörg Domaschka, Ulm University (Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
   * Thomas Dreibholz, Simula Metropolitan Centre for Digital
Engineering (Oslo, Norway)
   * Ahmed Elmokashfi, Simula Metropolitan Centre for Digital
Engineering (Oslo, Norway)
   * Ernst Gunnar Gran, NTNU (Gjøvik, Oppland, Norway)
   * Geir Horn, University of Oslo (Oslo, Norway)
   * Quentin Jacquemart, CRNS (Sophia Antipolis, France)
   * Kyriakos Kritikos, FORTH, Institute of Computer Science (Heraklion,
Greece)
   * Somnath Mazumdar, Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen, Denmark)
   * Paresh Saxena, BITS Pilani University (Hyderabad, India)
   * Jawwad Shamsi, FAST NUCES (Karachi, Pakistan)
   * Tor Skeie, Fabriscale Technologies (Fornebu, Viken, Norway)
   * Paweł Skrzypek, 7bulls (Warsaw, Poland)
   * Yiannis Verginadis, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems
(Athens, Greece)
   * Øyvind Ytrehus, University of Bergen (Bergen, Hordaland, Norway)
   * Feroz Zahid, Simula Research Laboratory (Fornebu, Viken, Norway)
   * Xing Zhou, Hainan University (Haikou, Hainan, China)

IMPORTANT DATES

    * Paper Submission Deadline:       November 30, 2021
    * Author Notification:             January 20, 2022
    * Author Registration:             February 10, 2022
    * Camera-Ready Paper Submission:   February 10, 2022


CONTACT

For further information, please contact:

    * Thomas Dreibholz, Simula Metropolitan Centre for Digital
Engineering (Oslo, Norway)
    * Feroz Zahid, Simula Research Laboratory (Fornebu, Viken, Norway)


WEBSITE

https://melodic.cloud/M2EC-2022/




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