The 2016 IEEE NFV-SDN conference, which will take place in Silicon Valley, invites proposals for 2.5 hour, half-day, or one full-day of tutorials to be held on Nov 7, 2016, prior to the main technical program. Tutorials should serve one or more of the following objectives: Introduce students and newcomers to major topics of NFV and SDN research; Provide instruction on es-tablished practices and methodologies; Survey a mature area of NFV and SDN research and/or practice; Motivate and explain an NFV and SDN topic of emerging importance; Introduce expert non-specialists to an NFV and SDN research area.
The topics considered but not limited to, include:
• Applications using NFV & SDN technologies
• NFV and SDN Infrastructure
• Network & resource slicing
• Bridging the NFV and SDN control plane
• Application deployment: VM vs. container
• High performance switching using OVS and OVN
• Virtualization infrastructure management platforms
• Benchmarking and performance testing
• VNF Lifecycle management
• NFV and/or SDN related information modelling, data modelling
• Open source (e.g. OpenStack, ODL, ONOS, OpenContrail, OPNFV, Atrium, OpenAirInterface)
Tutorial proposal submission: June 15, 2016
Acceptance notification: September 7, 2016
Please submit your IEEE NFV-SDN tutorial proposal direct to the Tutorial Co-Chairs (contact information below). Each submission should include:
- Title of the tutorial
- Length of the tutorial: 2.5 hour, Half‐day or Full‐day
- Names, addresses, and a short biography (up to 200 words) of the instructors
- A description of the technical issues that the tutorial will address, emphasizing its timeliness
- An outline of the tutorial content, including a tentative schedule
- Planned format of the tutorial, such as lecture or hands-on
- If appropriate, a description of past versions of the tutorial, including number of attendees, etc.
Submitted tutorial proposals should not exceed 5 pages.
Tetsuya Nakamura, Cablelabs, USA : email@example.com
Daniel King, Univ of Lancaster, UK : firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a PDF version of the Call-for-Tutorials.