Conf/CfP - World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS-2015), 19-21 October 2015, Ireland

Publish Date: Sep 15, 2015

Deadline: Sep 30, 2015

Event Dates: from Oct 19, 2015 12:00 to Oct 21, 2015 12:00

World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS-2015)

October 19-21, 2015, Dublin, Ireland

Free Post-Conference Dublin Tour

Notification and Preliminary Call for Papers

The World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS-2015) is Technical Co-sponsored by IEEE UK/RI Computer Chapter. The WorldCIS is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practical implementation of security on the Internet and Computer Networks. The inability to properly secure the Internet, computer networks, protecting the Internet against emerging threats and vulnerabilities, and sustaining privacy and trust has been a key focus of research. The WorldCIS aims to provide a highly professional and comparative academic research forum that promotes collaborative excellence between academia and industry.

The objectives of the WorldCIS are to bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry, promote research esteem and to fostering discussions on information technologies, information systems and global security applications. The WorldCIS-2015 invites speakers and researchers to submit papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation. All submitted papers are peer-reviewed (blind reviewed).

Topics of Interest

Original papers are invited on recent advances in Internet, Computer Communications and Networking Security. The topics in WorldCIS-2015 include but are not confined to the following areas:


The topics in WorldCIS-2015 include but are not confined
to the following areas:

Internet Security
Security, trust and privacy
Self-organizing networks
Sensor nets and embedded systems
Service overlays
Switches and switching
Topology characterization and inference
Traffic measurement and analysis
Traffic engineering and control
Trust and Data Security
Virtual and overlay networks
Web services and performance
Wireless mesh networks and protocols
Ad hoc mobile networks Security
Addressing and location management
Broadband access technologies
Blended Internet Security Methods
Boundary Issues of Internet Security
Capacity planning
Cellular and broadband wireless nets
Congestion control
Content distribution
Cross layer design and optimization
Cyber-physical computing/networking
Geographic information systems
Privacy Protection and Forensic in Ubi-com
Quality of Service Issues
Secured Database Systems
Security in Data Mining
Security and Access Control
Semantic Web and Ontology
Data management for U-commerce
Software Architectures
Defence Systems
Delay/disruption tolerant networks
End Users
Enabling technologies for the Internet
Implementation and experimental testbeds
Future Internet Design and Applications
Middleware support for networking
Mobility models and systems
Multicast and anycast
Multimedia protocols and networking
Network applications and services
Network architectures Network control
Network management
Network simulation and emulation
Novel network architectures
Network and Protocol Architectures
Peer-to-peer communications
Performance evaluation
Power control and management
Pricing and billing
Protocols and Standards
Resource allocation and management
Optical networks
Routing protocols
Scheduling and buffer management
Virtual Reality

Panel Discussion

Proposals from those who would like to facilitate a panel discussion are welcomed. The proposals may address any of the topics falling within the scope of the conference themes.

Panel Discussions provide an opportunity for public discussion amongst a selected group of panelists. Central to the success of a panel discussion is the choice of a good topic as the focus for discussion and panellists who bring differing perspectives and are confident in making clear arguments in a live situation. Panels should comprise of three to five scholars who present their arguments; a discussant offers critical comment on the arguments made and the discussion is opened up to the participating audience.

The proposal must include:

• Title
• Panel Chair(s) (if necessary)
• Speakers Name, Affiliation and Email
• Scope
• Objective and motivation

The WorldCIS-2015 will set aside space for those who wish to pursue discussion of a particular topic or issue. Interested individuals should submit a proposal not more than 400 words, on or before September 30th, 2015. In addition, the proposal should indicate the duration of the panel discussion (preferred duration is 90 minutes).

All accepted Panel Discussion proposal will be published in the Conference Proceedings. If you are interested in organising Panel Discussion for the WorldCIS-2015, please email your proposal to the Submissions should be in MS Word format.

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