IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management
8-12 April 2019 // Washington DC // USA
Intelligent Management for the Next Wave of Cyber and Social Networks

Call for Submissions - Topics

Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Management and Control of Networks
-Enterprise and Campus Networks
-Data Center Networks
-Industrial Networks and TSN
-Cyber Physical Systems
-Software-Defined Networks
-IP Networks
-5G
-Wireless Networks
-Optical Networks
-Overlay Networks
-Home Networks
-Access Networks
-SCADA Networks and DCS
-Sensor Networks
-Internet of Things
-Information-Centric Networks

Management and Control of Communication Services 
-Information Technology Services
-Virtual Networking Services
-XaaS and Cloud Services 
-Multimedia Services
-Content Delivery Services
-Social Networking Services 
-Security Services
-Privacy Services
-IoT Services 
-VR/AR Services
-Network Resilience and High-Precision Networks

Management Algorithms and Architectures
-Centralized Management 
-Distributed Management
-Autonomic networks and self-management
-Middleware
-Management protocols
-Fog and Mobile Edge Computing 
-Lambda Functions and Elastic Management
-Machine Learning Applications for Networking
-Federated Learning and Artifical Intelligence
-Data Analytics for Management
-Policy-Based Management, Intent-Based Networking
-Probability, stochastic processes, queuing theory
-Data, information, semantic modeling
-Model-Driven Management
-Control Theory
-Network Optimization
-Design and Simulation

Management Functions and Practical Approaches
-Case Studies and Practical Experiences
-Integration Issues
-Business-Driven Management
-Service Assurance
-Fault and Performance Management
-Measurement and Validation
-SLA Management, QoS and QoE 
-Compliance
-Accounting
-Billing
-Service Fulfillment 
-Energy Management
-Deployment of Services
-Operations Support Systems

Network Programming and Automation
-Software-Defined Networking
-DevOps  
-Data-Driven Automation, Intelligence-Assisted Networking
-Network Automation
-Network Telemetry Collection
-Help Desk Automation
-Novel Network Programming Approaches
-Programmable Packet Processing
-Web Service Technologies for Service Creation

Authors are invited to submit papers that fall into or are related to the listed topic areas. In addition, we invite submissions of proposals for demonstrations, exhibits, technical panels, tutorials, workshops, and application session papers.

Papers are now being accepted. To submit a paper please click here.