3rd International Workshop on Cyber-Security Threats, Trust and Privacy Management in Software-Defined and Virtualized Infrastructures
The 7th IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (IEEE NetSoft 2021) will be held virtually from June 28 to July 2, 2021.
The theme of the IEEE NetSoft 2021 “Accelerating Network Softwarization in the Cognitive Age” reflects the current trend of research in the area of network softwarization. The IEEE NetSoft 2021 will showcase the latest research and development results including artificial intelligence / machine learning, self-driving and autonomic networking, policy-based network management, dynamic network slice provisioning, among other promising research areas for the sake of robust, reliable and cognitive softwarized networks.
The five-day conference program is planned to offer a variety of compelling sessions. The core of the conference running from June 29 to July 1, will feature inspiring keynote talks delivered by world-class researchers and practitioners. It also includes a Distinguished Expert Panel, technical sessions, as well as demos showcasing prototypes and proof-of-concept implementations of ongoing research. On June 28 and July 2, focused workshops and tutorials will provide the opportunity to deep dive into the most advanced cognitive network softwarization.
The COVID-19 pandemic is still challenging us with social distancing and economic slowdown. We hope that the IEEE NetSoft 2021 will be a great opportunity to recover from the hardship and unite our community. We welcome you to submit your latest research results to this end.
NetSoft 2021 will be a virtual conference that allows online participation for presenting papers and attending the conference through a virtual platform.
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