Updated 17th May 2022
On the 30th and 31st May 2022, CyberSANE will participate in the 7th Francophone Meeting on the Design of Protocols, Performance Evaluation and Experimentation of Communication Networks – CoRes 2022 conference in Saint-Rémy-Lès-Chevreuse, France.
During the conference, Edward Staddon from Inria will present their paper AODV-Miner : Routage par Consensus Basé sur la Réputation.
What is CoRes 2022?
The 7th Francophone Meeting on the Design of Protocols, Performance Evaluation and Experimentation of Communication Networks, or CoRes 2022, is a conference to bring together the French-speaking community around issues related to the design, modelling, performance evaluation and experimentation of communication networks. It is co-organized with Algotel 2022, which will offer the possibility of having, within the same place, close communities who do not often have the opportunity to meet. Following the same principle as Algotel, the objective will be to produce an overview of the best recent work of the “networks and protocols” community in the form of short papers and interactive talks. No exclusivity is required and work already presented or soon to be presented in leading conferences and journals is particularly welcome. Here is a non-exhaustive list of topics on which papers are invited:
- Network architectures
- Algorithmic aspects of operational networks
- Performance evaluation
- Enterprise, data centre and storage networks
- SDN, NFV and network programming
- 5G Communications, Applications and Technologies
- Networks and technologies for the Internet of Things
- Collection, analysis and processing of data for networks
- Experimental results on operational networks or network applications
- Energy efficient communications
- Network management
- Security and Privacy
- Access, network, transport and application level protocols
- Network diagnosis and repair
- Peer-to-peer and content distribution networks
- Traffic Engineering;
- Mobile network protocols and applications (e.g., ITS, VANET, UAV)
- New network uses.