IEEE FNWF’23 will host a series of workshop featuring topics relevant to the future networks community on the latest research, engineering, standards, and business issues. These workshops should provide a venue to present and discuss the state-of-the-art research in both academia and industry on special, novel, challenging, and emerging topics. Workshops typically include a mix of regular and invited presentations based on regular and invited papers, and invited presentations and panels to facilitate highly interactive sessions. It is expected that the organizers will be able to attract a good number of paper submissions (there need to be at least four accepted papers for a 2-hour session and eight accepted papers for a 4-hour session). The workshop proposals should be submitted by the prospective organizer(s) who will promote their workshop’s Call for Papers and manage the program.
WORKSHOP PROPOSAL FORMAT
The proposal should include the following information (within a maximum of five pages):
- Workshop title
- Length of the session (2 hours or 4 hours)
- Name(s) of workshop organizer(s)
- Email of the contact person
- A brief biography (no more than 200 words per person) of the organizer(s)
- Brief description of the workshop, including abstract, scope, outline, importance, and timeliness
- Planned format of the session, including projected number of paper presentations, invited presentations/keynotes, and/or panels within the given timeframe if any
- Potential participants, including program committee members and invited speakers
- Related topics
- Prior history of past editions of the session, if any, including the number of submitted and accepted papers, the number of attendees, etc.
- A draft of the Call for Papers
Accepted events must follow IEEE academic best practices regarding peer reviews and paper publication. The papers submitted to the workshops will be reviewed and aligned with the same criteria of the main tracks according to the overall framework set out by the FNWF'23 Technical Program Committee. Accepted and presented papers will be added to IEEE Xplore and the conference proceedings.
WORKSHOP PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
The workshop proposal should be submitted as a single PDF file online via EDAS.
Mohammad Patwary, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Alireza Ghasempour, University of Applied Science and Technology, Iran
Rasheed Hussain, University of Bristol, UK
Hina Tabassum, York University, Canada