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The main objective of Networking 2022 is to bring together academic and industrial experts of the networking community to discuss the most recent advances in networking, to highlight key issues, identify trends, and develop a vision of the future Internet from a design, deployment and operation standpoints. Networking 2020 technical sessions will be structured around the following yet non limitative areas:

  • Network architectures,  applications,  and  services
  • Network automation and management
  • Software-defined  networking  (SDN)  and  programmable data plane
  • Network function virtualization
  • Fog and edge computing
  • Data center networking
  • Machine learning and networking
  • In-network computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Optical networking
  • Quantum networking
  • 5G/6G networks
  • Wireless and mobile networks
  • Localization and positioning
  • Vehicular networks
  • mmWave, VLC and THz communications
  • Non-terrestrial networks
  • Network modeling, analysis, and measurement
  • Network performance and optimization
  • Resource management
  • Quality of Experience
  • Network traffic analysis
  • Network economics
  • Network security, trust and privacy
  • Blockchain networking 

The Conference Program will include plenary sessions, break-out sessions, keynote talks, a panel, a poster/demo session and a workshop day.