Call For Papers [Main Conference]: PDF Version Is Available Here.
IEEE INFOCOM 2022 solicits research papers describing significant and innovative research contributions to the field of computer and data communications networks. We invite submissions on a wide range of research topics, spanning both theoretical and systems research. Topics include but are not limited to:
5G and beyond networks
Age of Information
Big data and machine learning for networks
Cloud computing/mobile cloud computing
Challenged Environments (underwater, underground)
Connected unmanned aerial/terrestrial/underwater systems
Cross-layer optimization and control
Dynamic spectrum sharing
Energy efficiency in networks
Edge and fog computing/networking
Fault tolerance, reliability and survivability
Information security and privacy
Interference management and mitigation
Internet of Things
Localization and location-based services
Medium access control
mmWave, THz, VLC, full duplex communication networks
Mobile sensing and applications
Mobility management and models
Network economics and pricing
Network measurement and analysis
Network security and privacy
Overlay and peer-to-peer networks
Quality-of-service and resource management
Router and switch design
Routing and multicast
Scaling laws and fundamental limits
Smart grid applications
Social computing and networks
Studies on testbeds and large-scale experimental platforms
Web applications and content distribution
WLAN, WPAN, RFID, and NFC
IEEE INFOCOM incorporates a rigorous double-blind review process, empowered by a fully automated review assignment system that analyzes the submitted manuscripts and the representative publications of TPC members, and matches the submissions to TPC members’ expertise and interests. The automated review assignment system, termed Erie, is described in the following paper.
B. Li and Y.T. Hou. “The new automated INFOCOM review assignment system,” IEEE Network, vol.30, no.5, pp.18-24, Sept./Oct. 2016.
The submitted manuscript or its title/abstract should not be posted on a public website, such as arXiv.org, or transmitted via public mailing lists. Authors will need to provide consent that their submissions may be subject to an early rejection if it is found to have more than 30% overlap with a single paper available to the public over the Internet (e.g., arXiv, webpages, etc.).
Conflict of Interests (COI)
A COI occurs when a person’s objective judgment is — or is perceived by a reasonable observer to be — compromised by an existing relationship, affiliation, or connection to a person whose work they must evaluate.
The following are considered to be specific exemplars of relationships that produce COIs. Individuals in such relationships should not be involved in peer review of, or making editorial decisions about, materials provided by the related parties.
- Notable personal or professional rivalry/animosity (publicly known or not)
- The lifelong relationship between Ph.D. student and Ph.D. supervisor
- Personal or family relationships that would reasonably cause others to doubt impartiality
- Within the last 24 months or reasonably expected within the next year:
- Working closely together (e.g., at the same institution, company or organization; or within the same organizational team)
- Recipients of joint funding or significant professional collaboration
- Joint authorship of an archival publication
Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE INFOCOM 2022 Conference Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore®. Full details of submission procedures and requirements for authors of accepted papers are available at http://infocom2022.ieee-infocom.org.
Abstract Due: Saturday, July 24, 2021 (11:59pm EDT)
Full Paper Due: Saturday, July 31, 2021 (11:59pm EDT)
Notification of Acceptance: Friday, December 3, 2021
Technical Program Chairs
Yingying (Jennifer) Chen (Rutgers University, USA)
Atilla Eryilmaz (Ohio State University, USA)
Joerg Widmer (IMDEA Networks, Spain)
Technical Program Vice-Chair for Information Systems
Yan Wang (Temple University)