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• CFP: CFP: IEEE ICC 2016 - Selected Areas on Communications Symposium – Social Networking
(Paper submission deadline: October 16, 2015)

• CFP: Complex Networks 2015 - Fourth International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications
(Paper submission deadline: September 6, 2015)



Call for Papers

IEEE ICC 2016 - Selected Areas on Communications Symposium – Social Networking

May 23-27, 2016 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
http://icc2016.ieee-icc.org/cfp


Scope and Motivation

Social networks have become prevalent forms of communication and interaction on the Internet and make up an increasingly part of the network traffic. As a result, social networks have attracted significant research interests in a large number of related areas. Social networks have traditional been studied outside of the technological domains, but focus is now changing towards networking challenges such as cloud, privacy, data analytics, etc. while still keeping the social perspective such as focusing on improving quality-of-life. The interplay between social networks and technological networks such as mobile networks and mobile computing is becoming still strong and many areas are still to be exploited.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper Submission: October 16, 2015

Paper Acceptance Notification: January 29, 2016

Camera-Ready Papers Due: February 29, 2016


Submissions must be done through EDAS at http://edas.info/N20935
Main Topics of Interest

The topics of interest for this track include (but are not limited to):

• Influence, reputation, recommendation, community structure, advertisement, etc. based on social network modeling and analysis, measurements, and experiments, for big data from large social networks
• Analytical techniques as a foundation to enable social networks of massive networked (big) data (e.g., belief and message propagation, computational intelligence and machine learning, game and economical analysis, graph theoretical analysis)
• Trusted networking, privacy and security, user behaviors and dynamics, and digital right management, for big data from social networks
• System architecture, protocols, middleware and software engineering, terminal technology, user experience and interface technology, deployment and operations, and standards, for social networks
• Social networks applications and services to mobile Internet, multimedia networks, mobile-commerce, cyber-physical systems, and their potential social, economic, and cultural impacts
• Interplay between social networks and physical communications, such as deriving social interactions from (mobile) communication networks, and social network characterization from wireless communication theory
• Social networks influence on (wireless) communications systems and networks and subsequent new design paradigm of future (wireless) communications
• Applications of large social network analysis and relational structure of social networks to design advanced wireless communication networks, and interplay with network science areas such as physics and biology

Track Chair


Pan Hui, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong



Call for Papers 

COMPLEX NETWORKS 2015
Fourth International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications
Bangkok, Thailand, 23-27 November 2015
 (in conjunction with IEEE SITIS 2015)
http://complexnetworks.org

Scope of the Workshop

Real-world entities often interconnect with each other through explicit or implicit relationships to form a complex network. Examples of complex networks are found in many fields of science such as biological systems, engineering systems, economic systems as well as social systems. In line with SITIS tradition of promoting interdisciplinary research, the international workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners from different science communities working on areas related to complex networks. The workshop targets two types of contributions from prospective authors: contributions dealing of theoretical tools and methods to solve practical problems as well as applications solved by tools from network sciences. Both contributions should stimulate interaction between theoreticians and practitioners.
Authors are encouraged to submit both theoretical and applied papers on their research in complex networks. Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:

• Models of Complex Networks
• Structural Network Properties and Analysis
• Complex Networks and Epidemics
• Rumor Spreading
• Community Structure in Networks
• Formation of Complex Networks
• Generation of Complex Networks
• Community Detection in Complex Networks
• Motif Discovery in Complex Networks
• Visualization of Complex Networks
• Complex network mining
• Dynamics and evolution patterns of complex networks
• Community discovery in complex social networks
• Visual representation of complex networks
• Methodological problems in complex network studies
• Applications of complex network analysis

Publications

All the papers accepted for the workshop will be included in the conference proceedings. The proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society and referenced in IEEE Xplore Digital Library and major indexes. They will be available at the conference.

Extended version of selected papers will be published in a  special issue of the journal Computational Social Networks edited by Springer.

Other special issues will be announced lately

 Important dates

 * Paper Submission: September 6, 2015

* Acceptance/Reject notification: October 5, 2015

* Camera ready: October 15, 2015

* Author registration: October 19, 2015


General Chair: Hocine CHERIFI, University of Burgundy, France  

 
Program Committee:  

Sebastian

Ahnert

University of Cambridge

UK

Tatsuya

Akutsu

Kyoto University

Japan

Reka

Albert

Pennsylvania State University

USA

Luis

Amaral

Northwestern University

USA

Fred

Amblard

IRIT - University Toulouse 1 Capitole

France

James

Bagrow

University of Vermont

USA

Yaneer

Bar-Yam

NECSI Cambridge

UK

Gilles

Bisson

Grenoble University

France

Marian

Boguna

University of Barcelona

Spain

Stefan

Bornholdt

University of Bremen

Germany

Lidia A.

Braunstein

UNMdP

Argentina

Javier M.

Buldu

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Spain

Vincenza

Carchiolo

 Universita di Catania

Italy

Nitesh

Chawla

University of Notre Dame

USA

Guanrong

Chen

City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Kwang-Cheng

Chen

National Taiwan University

Taiwan

Chantal

Cherifi

Lyon 2 University 

France

Richard

Clegg

Imperial College London

UK

Jack

Cole

ARL

USA

Regino

Criado

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid

Spain

Jean-Charles

Delvenne

University of Louvain

Belgium

Stephen

Eubank

Virginia Tech

USA

Giorgio

Fagiolo

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

Italy

Xinchu

Fu

Shanghai University

China

James

Gleeson

University of Limerick

 Ireland

Kwang-Il

Goh

Korea University

Korea

Sergio

Gomez

Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Spain

Bruno

Gonçalves

Aix-Marseille Université

France

Jean-Loup

Guillaume

Université de la Rochelle

France

Chris

Hankin

Imperial College London

UK

Desmond

Higham

University of Strathclyde

UK

Seok-Hee

Hong

University of Sydney

Australia

Ulrich

Hoppe

University Duisburg-Essen

Germany

Pan

Hui

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hong Kong

Giulia

Iori

City University London

UK

Hawoong

Jeong

KAIST

Korea

Rushed

Kanawati

Université Paris 13

France

Dror

Kenett

Boston University

USA

Hyoungshick

Kim

Sungkyunkwan University

Korea

Renaud

Lambiotte

University of Namur

Belgium

Christine

Largeron

Université de Lyon

France

Matthieu

Latapy

CNRS

France

Anna T.

Lawniczak

University of Guelph,  Guelph, Ontario 

Canada

Benedicte

Le Grand

Universite Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne

France

Nelly

Litvak

University of Twente

Netherlands

Alessandro

Longheu

DIEEI - University of Catania

Italy

Matteo

Magnani

Uppsala University

Sweden

Clemence

Magnien

LIP6 (CNRS - UPMC)

France

Hernán 

Makse

City College of New York

USA

Maria

Malek

EISTI, Paris

France

Naoki

Masuda

University of Tokyo

Japan

Jose

Mendes

Universidade de Aveiro

Portugal

Ronaldo

Menezes

Florida Institute of Technology

USA

Radosław

Michalski

Wrocław University of Technology

Poland

Tijana

Milenkovic

University of Notre Dame

USA

Bivas

Mitra

IIT Kharagpur

India

Yamir

Moreno

Universidad de Zaragoza

Spain

Tsuyoshi

Murata

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Japan

Gergely

Palla

Eötvös University

Hungary

Fragkiskos

Papadopoulos

Cyprus University of Technology

Cyprus

Symeon

Papadopoulos

Information Technologies Institute

Greece

Matjaz

Perc

University of Maribor

Slovenia

Juyong

Park

KAIST

Korea

Carlo

Piccardi

Politecnico di Milano

Italy

Filippo

Radicchi

Northwestern University

USA

Massimo

Riccaboni

IMT Institute for Advanced Studies

Italy

Luis E C

Rocha

Karolinska Institutet

Sweden

Derek

Ruths

McGill University

Canada

Maxi

San Miguel

IFISC (UIB-CSIC) 

Spain

Antonio

Scala

Institute for Complex Systems / INRC

Italy

Ingo

Scholtes

ETH Zurich

Switzerland

Frank

Schweitzer

ETH Zurich

Switzerland

Anurag

Singh

 IIT Delhi

India

Yatindra

Singh

IIT Kanpur

India

Michael

Small

University of Western Australia

Australia

Bosiljka

Tadic

Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana

Slovenia

I-Hsien

Ting

National University of Kaohsiung

Taiwan

Olivier

Togni

 University of Burgundy

France

Piet

Van Mieghem

Delft University of Technology

Netherlands

Huijuan

Wang

Delft University of Technology

Netherlands

Bin

Wu

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

China

Pen

Xia

Microsoft

UK

Wang

Xiao-Fan

Shanghai Jiao Tong University 

China

Zi-Ke

Zhang

Hangzhou Normal University

China

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