In the scope of the MobiCom 2024 -The Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking- which will be held on the 18-22 of November in Washington DC, DESIRE6G, DETERMINISTIC6G and PREDICT-6G will co-organise the 2nd workshop on 6G Programmable Deterministic Networking with AI (6G-PDN 2). In preparation for the workshop, the projects have launched a call for papers that contribute to the advancement of 6G network research.

The objective of this workshop is to discuss the roadmap and challenges in the technology areas of deterministic communications and deep network programmability in 6G to support future end-to-end time-critical applications. It also aims to bring together academic and industry researchers to stimulate discussions, introduce news ideas and technical solutions in the aforementioned areas and therefore contribute to the progress of 6G networking research.

Submitted papers may cover any of the following topics:

  • Programmable data planes for TSN.
  • Enhancements towards 6G TSN and DetNet integration.
  • Network softwarization for 6G.
  • Programmable networking protocols.
  • Programmable SDN and NFV: languages and architectures (P4 and others).
  • Hardware acceleration for programmable network functions.
  • Multitenant data planes.
  • Orchestration and management of software-defined deterministic networks.
  • Control and management of data plane programmable devices.
  • Artificial intelligence for deterministic networks.
  • In network machine learning.
  • In-network service level tuning and optimization; QoS.
  • High precision traffic monitoring/telemetry.
  • Service assurance and fulfilment programmability.
  • Slicing for 6G.
  • Intent-based systems and digital twinning applied in 6G.
  • Routing and scheduling algorithms for reliable and real-time IoT.
  • Trustworthy edge and cloud computing architectures and services.

Paper Submission deadline is August 15, 2024

You can read all the detailed information here.

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