The 36th IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2023) will be held on 8-12 May 2023 in Miami, FL/USA. Held in every even-numbered year since 1988 with its sister conference IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM), the 2023 edition is the first ever taking place on an odd-numbered year bringing together the best of both outstanding conferences, a great achievement for the network management community. As the primary IEEE Communications Society’s forum for technical exchange on management of information and communication technology NOMS focuses on research, development, integration, deployment, standards, service provisioning, and user communities.
NOMS 2023 will feature several workshops to further disseminate fine-tuned research that is organized around the main conference theme: Integrated Management Towards Resilient Networks and Services.
IEEE/IFIP NOMS 2023 invites proposals for one-day or half-day workshops, which will be held before or immediately after the main NOMS 2023 technical program. The primary purpose of the NOMS 2023 Workshops is to provide a forum for research, development, integration, deployment, standards, service provisioning, and user communities.
NOMS 2023 Workshops are expected to focus on a range of novel and compelling research avenues complementing or in-depth covering the topics of the main conference, such as and not restricted to, intelligent and hyper-connected environments, virtualization and in general, softwarization of networking technologies, newly emerging and potentially challenging topics on advanced services and applications such as tactile Internet and network twins, converged network operations, management and control, novel concepts and tools (e.g. analytics, intelligence provisioning, graph-based security) for the management and control targeting performance and security issues, seamless, secure services in future Internet also embedding cyber-physical systems such as Industry 4.0 and autonomous vehicles.
Proposal Submission Guidelines
Each workshop proposal must include:
- Title of the workshop.
- Names, addresses, and a short (200 words) bio of the major organizers (e.g., TPC (co-) chair(s), OC General (co-)chair(s)).
- A brief description (1 page) of the technical issues addressed by the workshop. Relations to the main topics of the conference. State reasons why and how the workshop would attract the NOMS 2023 audience.
- Organizing Committee (OC) and possibly or initial Technical Program Committee (TPC).
- Likely contributors and targeted audience.
- The planned format of the workshop, including a strategy to facilitate lively and interactive discussions.
- If applicable, a review of potential similar workshops in a close scientific field held these recent years whatever their communities, and the workshop proposal related positioning.
- If applicable, a description of the past events of the workshop, including all statistics of submitted/accepted papers and attendee numbers. If the workshop does not have past editions, please provide estimates and explain a strategy on how to reach the targets of paper submissions and attendees.
- Publicity and advertising plan to attract paper submissions and attendees.
- A draft of 1-page “Call for Papers (CFP)” including title, description, topics, and important dates.
- The workshop website address, if applicable.
Submission of workshop proposals should be made to the Workshop Co-Chairs of NOMS 2023 by email to the following addresses:
- Guillaume Doyen, IMT Atlantique, France. (email@example.com)
- Mohamed Faten Zhani, ETS Montreal, Canada. (Mohamed-Faten.Zhani@etsmtl.ca)
- Paper Submission Deadline: October 1, 2022
- Notification of Acceptance: October 20, 2022