For more than two decades, IWQoS has established itself as a highly reputable forum to present novel ideas on all QoS-related subjects. The 28th International Symposium on Quality of Service (IEEE/ACM IWQoS 2020) sets the goal to continuing to be a premier symposium and an international forum for presentation and discussion of cutting-edge research in the field. The scope of IEEE/ACM IWQoS 2020 covers both newest theoretical and experimental research papers.
Topics of interest include (but not limited to) the following areas:
Artificial Intelligence for QoS
Data analytics for QoS
QoS for data analytics and machine learning
QoS in Internet of Things (IoT), cyber-physical networks
QoS in cloud computing, fog computing and edge computing
Blockchain for QoS
Security, privacy, system dependability, resilience and robustness
QoS in software-defined networking
QoS in information-centric networking
QoS in mobile and next generation cellular networks
System dependability, availability, resilience and robustness to faults and security attacks
Robustness against security vulnerabilities in critical infrastructures
QoS-aware scheduling, resource management, queue management, admission control
Traffic engineering approaches and tools for QoS provisioning and evaluation
QoS evaluation metrics and methodologies
Quality of software
QoE in multimedia networks
Measurement, evaluation, adaptation and verification
Network operations, network economics, pricing and billing
Architectures and protocols for QoS, QoP or QoE support
Energy awareness in communication and computing systems
Design for future networks and computing systems with integrated QoS
This year, IWQoS 2020 is part of ACM FCRC, so the publication process is different from that of last year. The camera-ready version of your accepted paper(s) must be uploaded to EDAS for inclusion in the conference proceedings and ACM library. The deadline is 11:59pm EST April 28 Tuesday, 2020. The submission instruction is given in the following:
Revise your paper:
Please carefully read the reviews of your paper and follow the review comments to revise it and prepare the final camera-ready version. Note that you are NOT allowed to change the authors or the corresponding order in the camera-ready paper.
Register for the conference:
The presenting author must register for the conference before submitting the camera-ready paper. Note that each accepted paper needs to be covered by a full registration and each full registration can only cover ONE accepted paper.
Submit the ACM copyright form:
The first author of your accepted paper should have received an email from ACM. This email includes a link to submit your ACM copyright form. After the submission of the copyright form, the system will generate a PDF file including a Code Snippet, which you should follow the instruction (in the PDF file) to include in your camera-ready paper. Note that if you include this Code Snippet correctly, you should be able to see the copyright information (including ISBN and DOI) on the left bottom of your camera-ready PDF file.
Submit your camera-ready paper:
Your camera-ready paper must be submitted as a PDF file no later than 11:59pm EST April 28 Tuesday, 2020. Each paper can have at most 10 pages. The camera-ready paper must be formatted using ACM’s latest template with all fonts embedded within the PDF file. The URL for the new ACM template can be found at http://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template. As mentioned above, your camera-ready paper should also carry the corresponding Code Snippet on the left bottom of the first page. To submit your camera-ready paper, please log into EDAS, and then go to the paper page to upload your paper by clicking the uploading icon in the “Final manuscript” row.
If you have any problem with the camera-ready paper submission, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org