Towards Modern Wireless Networks using Edge Computing (MODWINET-EDGE)
Towards modern Wireless Networks using Edge Computing (MODWINET-EDGE)
The main aim of this workshop is to spot the light on the emerging technology of edge computing and its positive impact on wireless networks. Edge computing, a distributed computing model, is considered to be the extension of Cloud computing from the core network to the edge network. It offers quick data analysis and short time data storage close to data generation location (in the extreme edge of the network). Existing Wireless Networks can beneficiate from the different services and functionalities offered by edge computing to overcome their resource shortage and data growth challenges.
The objectives of this workshop are:
- Deepen the knowledge on edge computing and its fundamental concepts.
- Study the combination of edge computing and wireless networks with specifying their potential advantages and issues.
- Prospect novel architectures, protocols, and algorithms for efficient collaboration between edge computing and wireless networks.
- Present real-world uses cases about the application of edge computing in the context of wireless networks
- Reinforce collaboration and synergy among researchers and industrials in the field.
Topics of Interests:
- Edge computing architectures for wireless networks.
- Mobile edge computing (MEC) and its impact on 5G and beyond.
- Edge-assisted artificial intelligence.
- Edge computing for Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Everything.
- Edge computing for Metaverse.
- Edge-enabled video streaming and multimedia.
- Security challenges and solutions in edge computing-based networks.
- Resource and task management for edge computing.
Call for Submissions
- This Workshop follows the rules of WPMC 2023 for paper submission.
- Submission link (EDAS): https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=30791&track=120078
- Workshop paper submissions:
September 15, 2023September 22, 2023
- Notification of acceptance: October 10, 2023
- Camera-ready submissions: October 31, 2023
- Moez Krichen, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Al-Baha University, Saudi Arabia
- Wajdi Elleuch, Univ. Littoral Côte d’Opale, LISIC Calais, France
- Jean Lavoie, University of sherbrooke, Canada
- Chiraz Houaidia, ENSI-University of Manouba, Tunisia
- Rahma Trabelsi, National School of Engineers of Sfax, University of Sfax, Tunisia
- Ismael Bouassida Rodriguez, ReDCAD, University of Sfax Tunisia
- Nouha Baccour, ReDCAD, University of Sfax Tunisia
- Nesrine Khabou, ReDCAD, University of Sfax Tunisia
- Hanen Idoudi, ENSI-University of Manouba, Tunisia
The WPMC2021 will be held in a hybrid format, and all sessions will be available for physical participation and real-time remote participation.
Keynote1: Prof. Hiroshi Harada
Keynote2: Prof. Ryuji Kohno
2021-12-10 10:43:23 PM