Editorial Desk

Call for Book Chapters
Book: Smart Environments: Perspectives, Challenges and Mathematical Modeling
Editors of this book would like to invite you to consider submitting a manuscript for publication in this volume. Objective of this book is to collect the quality works on the smart environments, compile it and make it accessible to all communities of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). All the accepted chapters will appear in the "Smart Environments: Perspectives, Challenges, and Mathematical Modeling" and will be published by CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, with their authors name. The following describes the overview, aim and the guidelines for submission.
Overview
Since last few years, smart environments are evolving rapidly and users are shifting from local servers to community data centers. Increasing volume of internet and gigabit communications is giving birth to new applications of Internet-of-things (IoT) and Clouds. However, the rapidly changing and increasingly complex nature of networking, high speed communication and huge computations in these environments set challenges for the research community to come up with totally new solutions. Smart environments of IoT and Clouds are demanding for new architectures/frameworks of internet. To be designed new network/internet architectures should provide seamless access of emerging applications to users. To clarify Roles of IoT/clouds and to understand their implementation, there are demands for new mathematical models, innovative simulation environments and interactive application test-beds. Therefore, "Smart Environments: Perspectives, Challenges, and Mathematical Modeling" aim to offer innovative and daring approaches towards internet for the future. This book will provide compressive overview of smart environments, new emerging applications of IoT, clouds, sensor networks, intelligent systems and the architectures of the future networks.
The aim of the book
IoT, clouds computing, data centers, and future internet are hotspot research areas in ICT these days. We sense the need of gathering innovative works in these areas, compile them, and make them publicly available to ICT communities all over the world. This volume will consider publishing groundbreaking and high-quality research.

This book will serve as an excellent guide for surveying the state of the art approaches in Computational Intelligence applied to challenging real-world problems. Scientists, industry experts, IoT/cloud designers, academicians and practitioners (mostly in computer science, computer engineering, applied mathematics or management information systems) will all be benefited from the wide spectrum of successful application domains compiled in this volume. Senior undergraduate or graduate students may also discover in this volume uncharted territory for their own research endeavors.
Topics of Interests
Innovative research on the following topics will be considered for publication. All other aspects related to ICT, IoT, cloud computing, and future internet research are also welcomed.
  • ICT design/ Protocol implementation
  • IoT and cloud computing applications and scenarios.
  • Security/Privacy/ Trust Simplicity for IoT and clouds
  • Architectures of clouds, IoT, and future internet
  • Wireless (RFID, Sensor/Vehicular/Ad-hoc/GRID) networks for the smart world
  • Mathematical modeling and performance evaluation of IoT/ICT/and clouds scenarios
  • M-M ( machine to machine) and H-M (human to machine) communication in smart environments
  • Virtualization techniques and models for Data Centers
  • Service clouds (IAAS, SAAS, PAAS, DAAS )
  • Performance and QoS of advanced networks
  • Internet modeling, semantic web, and ontologies.
  • High speed networks (communication/architecture)
  • Other hot topics in IoT/clouds/ICT/future internet.

Important Dates
  • Submission Deadline: June 30, 2015
  • Notification of Acceptance: July 30, 2015
  • Final Camera Ready Chapter: August 30, 2015
  • Publication: September 30, 2015

Chapter Submission
Book chapters should be written in English with a single-column, single space format. Each newly submitted chapter should be not shorter than 11 pages including figures and references. The format for submitted papers should refer to the ELECTRONIC FORMAT REQUIREMENTS of the Springer-Verlag. Authors should submit their papers to the Editors.


Editors
Dhananjay Singh, PhD, SMIEEE

Chair in the Division of Global IT Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea




Ali Kashif Bashir, PhD

Research Associate, Osaka University, Japan

Guest Professor, Nara National College of Technology, Japan







International Conference on Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology (ICHIT 2012)

, August 23rd ~ 25th, 2012, Hotel Riviera Yuseong, Daejeon, Korea
http://www.ichit2012.org
2nd International workshop (Special Session) on

DFICNM: Developing Communication and Network Model for Future Internet

Workshop Chair : Dhananjay Singh, PhD
Email: singh@nims.re.kr
Email: dan.usn@ieee.org
This special session aims to unifying researchers from the especially in Networking, Communication and Computing fields to explore the research challenges, potentials and novel idea for Future Internet. To understand and clarify the role of Internet based conceptual frameworks and their impact on the field of the mathematical theory, simulation analysis and application test-bed results are the essential research tools used by researchers. However, it is considerable to the current architecture evolve to accommodate to demand of services and applications. This workshop is offering innovative and daring approaches towards internet for the future. It provides a compressive overview and challenging task to improvement of coming Internet technology.

Topics of Interests

All aspects of Future Internet research perspective and implications are welcome. However, the following issues will be addressed for mathematical models, conceptual frameworks and services:
1. Future Internet Architectures/ Design/ Protocol Implementation

2. Future Networks for Ad-hoc and sensor networks

3. Security/Privacy/ Trust Simplicity for FI

4. Scalability/Robustness of Routing System

5. Other hot issues for FI

6. Mathematical Modeling for Future Internet

7. Hybrid Mesh Networks for Future Internet

8. Test-bed/ Simulation works for Cloud Computing

9. Machine to Machine Communication

10. Cloud Computing for Future Internet

11. Ubiquitous Network Model for FI

Important Dates


June 1, 2012 - Deadline for submission of Abstracts (8 pages)

June 10, 2012 - Notification of Acceptance

June 14, 2012 - Camera-ready paper (10 paper Accepted)

June 15, 2012 –Registration

Workshop Proceedings:


All papers will appear in the proceedings of the ICHIT2011 will be published by Springer Verlag, including Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences LNCS (indexed by SCOPUS, EI, DBLP,) or Communications in Computer and Information Science CCIS (indexed by SCOPUS, EI, DBLP,) of Springer.

Paper Submission

Papers have to be submitted to the special session chair Dr. Dhananjay Singh at dan.usn@ieee.org Manuscripts of special sessions should be written in English with a single-column, single space format. Each newly submitted paper should be not shorter than 8 pages including figures and references. The format for submitted papers should refer to the ELECTRONIC FORMAT REQUIREMENTS of the Springer-Verlag. Authors should submit their papers to the session chairs.
For more Information about paper format: http://www.ichit2012.org/cfp.asp


Workshop Chair : Dhananjay Singh, PhD
Email: singh@nims.re.kr
Email: dan.usn@ieee.org
International Conference on Convergence and Hybrid Information Technology

ICHIT 2011

http://www.ichit2011.org

September 22nd ~ 24th, 2011, Legend Hotel(Yuseong), Daejeon, Korea

1st International workshop (Special Session) on
Developing Communication and Network Model for Future Internet
(11 paper Accepted)


The Internet today is serving an ever growing population of users and it is a critical communications infrastructure supporting social economic and welfare. The on-going development in the Internet is undergoing a paradigm shift at the advent of network virtualization, networked media systems, pervasive computing, cloud computing, the Internet of Things through interconnection of intelligent devices, next generation wireless communication systems and networks, etc.

This workshop aims to bring together researchers from networking and wireless communication fields. Together we aim to understand and clarify the role of Future Internet framework, services and their impact on the tomorrow's digital economy.

It is also the aim in this workshop to explore and exchange the knowledge of latest researches on conceptual frameworks, mathematical models, simulation and test-bed of future networks and the evolution of the current Internet architecture to accommodate the demand of future connectivity, services and applications.

The workshop will be attended by the researchers and invited speakers from Korea and overseas.

Interested participants are welcome to participate in DEMO/Poster session in the recent research perspective and implications of Future Internet, not limited to the following issues:

· Future Internet architectures/design/Model

· Future networks for ad-hoc and sensor networks

· Integration of next generation wireless communication systems and networks

· Mechanisms for heterogeneous networks interconnectivity

· Media and QoS aware transport services

· Scalability, robustness and self-management of networks

· Enabling technologies for the Internets of Things

· Green and environmentally-conscious network design

· End-to-end network virtualization, pervasive and cloud-computing

· Flexible and smart grid networking

· New services for Future Internet

· New approaches to network security, user privacy and trust

Workshop Chair : Dhananjay Singh, PhD
Email: singh@nims.re.kr
Email: dan.usn@ieee.org
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Call for Book Chapters.pdf (255k)
Dhananjay Singh, Apr 23, 2015, 9:40 PM

Workshop_SS_01.pdf (153k)
Dhananjay Singh, Apr 29, 2012, 11:43 PM