Fog Networking for 5G and IoT workshop

Submission deadline (Hard): April 1st, 2015   Deadline is extended to April 5, 2015
Notification of acceptance: April 15th, 2015
Camera Ready: April 30st, 2015  Deadline is extended to may 7, 2015

Workshop: June 22nd, 2015


Pushing computation, control and storage into the "cloud" has been a key trend in networking in the past decade. Over-dependence on the cloud, however, indicates that availability and fault tolerance issues in the cloud would directly impact millions of end-users. Indeed, the cloud is now "descending" to the network edge and often diffused among the client devices in both mobile and wireline networks. The cloud is becoming the "fog." 
Empowered by the latest chips, radios, and sensors, each client device today is powerful in computation, in storage, in sensing and in communication. Yet client devices are still limited in battery power, global view of the network, and mobility support. Most interestingly, the collection of many clients in a crowd presents a highly distributed, under-organized, and possibly dense network. Further, wireless networks is increasingly used locally, e.g. intra-building, intra-vehicle, and personal body-area networks; and data generated locally is increasingly consumed locally.
Fog Network presents an architecture that uses one or a collaborative multitude of end-user clients or near-user edge devices to carry out storage, communication, computation, and control in a network. 
It is an architecture that will support the Internet of Things, heterogeneous 5G mobile services, and home and personal area networks. Fog Networking leverages past experience in sensor networks, P2P and MANET research, and incorporates the latest advances in devices, network systems, and data science to reshape the "balance of power" in the ecosystem of computing and networking. 
As the first high-quality IEEE workshop in the emergent area of Fog Networking, this workshop's scope includes:

- 	Edge data analytics and stream mining 
- 	Edge resource pooling 
- 	Edge caching and distributed data center 
- 	Client-side measurement and crowd-sensing
- 	Client-side control and configuration 
- 	Security and privacy in Fog 
- 	Fog applications in IoT
- 	Fog applications in 5G 
- 	Fog applications in home and personal area networking 

- 	Submission deadline: Apr. 1   Deadline is extended to April 5
-	Review completion: Apr. 15
- 	Final manuscript: May 7
-       Workshop: June 22

Workshop Co-Chairs: 

Mung Chiang
Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering
Director of Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education 
Princeton University 

Sangtae Ha
Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department 
University of Colorado at Boulder 

Junshan Zhang 
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department 
Arizona State University

Workshop Technical Program Committee: 

Bharath Balasubramanian (AT&T Labs)
Suman Banerjee (University of Wisconsin)
John Brassil (HP Labs)
Tian Bu (Bell Labs)
Gary Chan (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Tian Lan (George Washington University)
Athina Markopoulou (UC Irvine)
Rajesh Panta (AT&T Labs)
Chunming Qiao (University of Buffalo) 
Moo-ryong Ra (AT&T Labs)
Tao Zhang (Cisco)