IEEE Future Networks World Forum
13–15 November 2023 // Baltimore, MD, USA
Imagining the Network of the Future

Call for Tutorial Proposals

IEEE FNWF’23 solicits proposals for Tutorials of 90 minutes (one session) and 180 minutes (spanning two sessions) presentations that complement the regular program with clear and focused coverage of new and emerging topics within the scope of the conference. Tutorials are an opportunity for researchers, developers, and practitioners from academia and industry to learn about state-of-the-art research. Proposals should concisely describe the tutorial's motivation, content, and structure.


Tutorial Proposal Submission: 4 August 2023 8 September 2023 25 September 2023 (FINAL)
Tutorial Proposal Acceptance Notification: Rolling basis



Tutorial proposals (within a maximum of four pages) in PDF format (Column: Single, Font: Times Roman, Size: 11 pt) should be submitted by the prospective Tutorial speaker(s). Tutorial proposal submission must include the following:

  • Title of Tutorial
  • Name, affiliation, and e-mail of Tutorial speaker
  • Abstract (200 words)
  • Description of the Tutorial proposal
    • Objectives and motivation
    • Novelty, highlighting the technical innovations presented in this Tutorial
    • Tutorial content, indicating the topics that the Tutorial will cover in detail
    • Tentative timeline schedule
  • Tutorial Length: Maximum length of 90 minutes
  • Intended audience
  • Prior history of the Tutorial presentations and number of past attendees, if applicable
  • Short biography (half page) of Tutorial speaker


Proposal submissions should be submitted as a single PDF file online via EDAS.


Amruthur Narasimhan, Consultant, USA
Baek-Young Choi, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
Israat Haque, Dalhousie University, Canada 



Financial Co-Sponsors

Technical Co-Sponsors