call for papers


2021 The 2nd Communication Technologies and Cloud Computing Conference

We invite high-quality submissions describing significant, original, and unpublished results related to but not limited to any of the following topics:

- Wireline networks
- Wireless networks
- Cyber-Networks, Data Mining and Cyber-Security
- Distributed, Cognitive and Cloud Computing
- Network Applications & Convergence
- Local and Metropolitan Networks
- Community and corporate Wi-Fi
- Data Communications
- Networks and Management
- Software Defined Networking
- Internet Technologies and Applications
- Emerging Technologies
- Mobility and Vehicular Networks
- Mobile Cellular and Wireless Networks
- Optical Communications
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Power Efficiency and Sustainability
- Optical Communications & Networking
- Cloud & Data Center Networks
- Software-Defined Infrastructure
- (Networks, Storage, and Compute)
- Distributed Computing
- Grid and Cloud Computing
- Core Network Architectures and Protocols
- Network Resilience
- Anomaly Detection
- Reliability Performance Analysis
- Carrier Networks
- Metro, Local & Access Networks
- Submarine Networks
- High-performance Routing
- Heterogeneous Networks
- Network Architectures for Smart Grid
- Hybrid Wireline-Wireless Networks
- xDSL networks
- 5G Heterogeneous Networks
- LTE-Advanced Standards
- Spectrum Management
- Device-to-Device Communications
- PHY/MAC Wireless Technologies
- Optical Components, Devices and Subsystems
- Optical Switching Technologies
- Passive Optical Networks
- Novel Multi-layer Architectures
- Evolutionary Algorithms
- Software Engineering
- Ubiquitous Computing
- Semantic Web and related topics
- Software Defined Network Architecture
- Network Functions Virtualization and Orchestration
- SDN/NFV Implementation for Fixed and Mobile Networks
- Network Management and Security
- Emerging SDN Protocols
- Information/IT/network security, standards, applications
- Interactive communication media/content
- Internet/web based systems/products
- Large-scale workflow management
- Network planning, design, administration
Parallelization, scheduling, load balancing
Sensor/ad hoc networks
- Social interaction, mobile communications
Ubiquitous Intelligence and Smart World
Virtual reality, cyber law, e-governance