The International Conference on Wireless, Intelligent and Distributed Environment for COMmunication (WIDECOM 2020), May 06-08, 2020, Ryerson University, Canada.
With the vital role played by wireless networks in the current era of digital communication and the strong growth in information and computing power offered by computing clusters and information services over stationary networks, there is an increasing demand for a flexible and cheap infrastructure for collecting and monitoring real-world data nearly everywhere. This integration of wireless mobile systems and network computing raises new challenges with respect to the dependability of integrated applications and the intelligence-driven security threats against the platforms supporting these applications. This WIDECOM 2020 conference solicits papers addressing issues related to new dependability paradigms, design, and performance of dependable network computing and mobile systems, as well as issues related to the security of these systems.
Wireless communication protocols and mobile networks
Ubiquitous Knowledge Discovery
Mobile and ubiquitous computing
Distributed systems and Intelligent mobile systems
Architectures and middleware for mobile device integration
Location-based computing and data analysis
Intelligent sensors in networked environments
Applications such as cooperative mobile robots, embedded applications
Wireless ad hoc and sensor networks
Routing and broadcasting in wireless networks
Automatic dynamic decision-making
Distributed, randomized, and self-stabilizing algorithms
Fault tolerant data structures and network coverage
Internet of Things design, architectures and protocols
Cognitive radio networks
Mobility and handoff management
Hardware security methods for mobile applications
Security methods for network computing and mobile systems
Secure network communication
Trust, privacy and security in networks and clouds
Cryptography, cryptographic techniques, protocol or algorithms
Cryptography and Error Detection/Correction Techniques
Cyber Security and Digital Forensics
Smart Grids and Smart Cities
Authors should prepare a PDF version of their paper formatting according to Springer Word or LaTex template available at https://www.springer.com/us/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/manuscript-preparation/5636
Short papers should be up to 8 pages maximum including references AND regular papers should be up to 20 pages maximum including references.
The submission page for WIDECOM2020 through EasyChair system is
In order to submit your paper, you must first create an EasyChair account if you do not have one already, using https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi The EasyChair system will then email you your password, which you can then use.
All accepted papers will be included in Springer Series: Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies. Proceedings will be sent by Springer for indexing in MetaPress, ISI Proceedings, Springerlink, and DBLP. Authors of accepted papers will be given instructions for submission of camera-ready and copyright form. All authors of accepted papers will have access to the electronic version of the proceedings.
Extended versions of selected papers at Widecom 2020 will be considered for publication in Special Issues of Internet of Things Journal, Elsevier and The International Journal of Space-Based and Situated Computing (IJSSC), Inderscience.
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