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ICN 2013 - The 3rd ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Information-Centric Networking (ICN 2013)

Date2013-08-12 - 2013-08-16


VenueHong kong, Hong Kong SAR Hong Kong SAR



Topics/Call fo Papers

The fundamental concept in Information-Centric Networking (ICN) is to evolve the Internet from today’s host based packet delivery towards directly retrieving information objects by names in a secure, reliable, scalable, and efficient way. These architectural design efforts aim to directly address the challenges that arise from the increasing demands for highly scalable content distribution, from accelerated growths of mobile devices, from wide deployment of Internet-of-things (IoT), and from the need to secure the global Internet.
Rapid progresses have been made over the last few years, initial designs are sketched, new research challenges exposed, and prototype implementations are deployed on testbeds of various scales. The research efforts have reached a new stage that allow one to experiment with proposed architectures and to apply a proposed architecture design to address real world problems. It also becomes important to compare different design approaches and develop methodologies for architecture evaluations. Some research areas, such as routing and caching, have drawn considerable attention; some other areas, such as trust management, effective and efficient application of cryptography, experience from prototyping, and lessons from experimentations, to name a few, have yet to be fully explored.
This workshop invites original contributions on Information-Centric Networking architecture topics, specific algorithms and protocols, as well as results from implementations and experimentation, with an emphasis on applying the new architecture to address real world problems and on experimental investigations.
New for this year is that the workshop will include a poster/demo session. One may mark the submission (by writing directly under the title of the paper) as primarily directed towards the poster/demo session. For submissions that represent good results but cannot be accommodated by the workshop due to time constraints, we will contact the authors to see whether they would be interested in presenting the work in the poster session.
ICN-2013 Topics of Interest
Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to:
Data Naming
Metadata (format and data models)
Routing scalability
Support for mobility
Trust management
Effective and efficient cryptographic techniques for various applications scenarios including IoT
Access control mechanisms
Resource management and traffic models
ICN economics and business models
ICN architecture evaluation methodology
Simulation technologies and evaluation
Testbed development and experimentation
PDUs, fragmentation and “packet size” implications on design
Limits and limitations of ICN
ICN enabled applications

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