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HiPNet 2022 : HiPNet 2022: 4th High-Precision, Predictable, and Low-Latency Networking Workshop

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When Nov 4, 2022 - Nov 4, 2022
Where Thessaloniki, Greece
Submission Deadline Jul 22, 2022
Notification Due Sep 5, 2022
Final Version Due Sep 16, 2022
Categories    networking   qos   management   protocols
 

Call For Papers

HiPNet 2022: 4th High-Precision, Predictable, and Low-Latency Networking Workshop

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4th International Workshop on High-Precision, Predictable,
and Low-Latency Networking (HiPNet 2022)

at CNSM 2022, Thessaloniki, Greece // 31 October - 4 November 2022

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Workshop Description

For the past 50 years, traffic delivery across the Internet is based on the
“Best Effort” paradigm, whose characteristics only improved through faster
underlying physical networks and lower average load; but the ongoing need to
reduce congestion based latency, which often is called buffer-bloat. In
controlled networks, the 25 year old architectures for Differentiated and
Integrated Services are still the only widely adopted or attempted solution,
but today, new waves of networked applications continue to push the limits of
these technologies. Augmented Reality and Tactile Internet require ultra-low
latency measured in single-digit milliseconds. Requirements of Industrial
Internet applications that involve real-time industrial control are even more
stringent and tolerate no jitter at all. Even consumer entertainment such as
cloud gaming requires ever lower latencies with higher throughputs and mastered
jitter. Indeed, economic pressures mandate increasing cloudification of
real-time applications with precision service level needs. Compounding this
situation is the fact that many of those applications are mission-critical and
cannot afford any loss in connectivity or even single packets. Collectively,
these applications require high-precision also called predictable networks that
are characterized by very stringent service level boundaries and associated
guarantees that border on determinism.

Various approaches are emerging that will allow to tackle those challenges.
Data centers with fixed topologies and a constant number of hops rapidly
replace conventional routing and more general Internet topologies. Networks are
becoming more programmable to custom-tailor and optimize the treatment of
packets and flows. Related technologies range from Service Function Chaining to
Network Slicing to SDN. While 5G is making URLLC at the network edge a reality,
momentum for mobile networks beyond 5G are beginning to push the boundaries of
precision services beyond the edge and across the network core. Simultaneously,
the last decade has seen significant improvements in the industry’s ability to
build flexible packet forwarding planes at high speed with programmable packet
treatments, allowing to overcome many prior technology constraints that made
better technologies prohibitive in the past. Intelligent control interfaces and
ultra-low latency control loops can optimize service levels, and
high-precision measurements and telemetry with nanosecond accuracy at scale can
act as enablers for those more intelligent control-loops and better management
planes.

The workshop aims to provide a forum for researchers, students and
professionals from industry and academia to discuss challenges and present
work-in-progress and solution approaches in support of delivering, managing,
controlling, monitoring or measuring network traffic with high-precision in
networks ranging in speeds and scale from Low-Power and Lossy Networks (LLNs)
all the way to multi-Tbps Wide-Area Internet core networks, including
Data-Center and 5G/6G mobile networks with (Ultra) Reliable and Low-Latency
Communication (URLLC), predictable, available, or deterministic services. The
workshop welcomes papers related to disruptive concepts, innovative solutions,
testbeds, experiments, etc.

Topics of Interest to the workshop include but are not limited to the following:

• Platforms to manage and operate high-precision networks and services,
e.g. Industrial Networks, Tactile Networks, Augmented Reality (AR),
metaverse, cloud gaming
• Proof and validation of high-precision service level guarantees
• High-precision measurement techniques for ultra-low latency and jitter
• Service assurance for micro services, for service function chains
• Applications for Inband Network Telemetry and iOAM
• High-precision networking using service function chaining
• In-network service level tuning and optimization; predictable QoS
• Novel network programming models
• Applications of Neural Networks for high-precision networking
• Deterministic networking improvements; TSN interconnect; Scalable IP and
TSN convergence
• SDN applications for high-precision, high-performance networking
• High-precision networking over mobile networks
• High-precision networking services using Fog and Edge Computing
• Deployment and operational experiences with Industrial Internet, Tactile
Internet, networked AR, cloud gaming
• Optimization techniques for ensuring Low Latency in mobile networks
• Testbeds for high-precision measurements (OAI, MAGMA, etc.)
• Networking optimization for fast processing and delivery (DPDK, P4,
PIFO/PIEO, etc.)
• Microservices platform for ensuring high-precision (OpenNetVM, etc.)

Submission of Papers

Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished papers that are not already
under review elsewhere. Submissions will be subjected to a peer-review process.
Papers should be prepared in IEEE 2-column format and must not exceed 7 pages
including references. Short papers are accepted as well and must not exceed 4
pages including references. Papers have to be submitted electronically in PDF
format through the EDAS conference management system, accessible via the
following link:

https://edas.info/N29810

Important Dates

Paper Submission: July 22, 2022 (3 days after the CNSM notification)
Notification: September 5, 2022
Camera Ready: September 16, 2022
Workshop: Nov 4, 2022

Proceedings

Papers accepted and presented at HiPNet will be published open access on the
conference Web site with IFIP copyright, and will be submitted for possible
inclusion in IEEE Xplore, ACM and IFIP Digital Libraries. To be published in
the Workshop Proceedings and to be eligible for publication, at least one
author of an accepted paper is required to register and present the paper at
the workshop. The organizer reserves the right to exclude a paper from
distribution after the conference (including its removal from IEEE Xplore) if
the paper is not presented at the conference.

HiPNet workshop Co-chairs
Toerless Eckert - toerless.eckert@gmail.com - Futurewei USA
Sebastian Gallenmüller - gallenmu@net.in.tum.de - - Technical University of Munich
Georgios Z. Papadopoulos - georgios.papadopoulos@imt-atlantique.fr - IMT Atlantique

References - prior HiPNet workshops

3rd International Workshop on High-Precision, Predictable, and Low-Latency Networking (HiPNet 2021)
Conference
Videos: http://www.cnsm-conf.org/2021/program.html
Workshop Program: http://www.cnsm-conf.org/2021/workshop_HiPNet.html

EnGINE: Developing a Flexible Research Infrastructure for Reliable and Scalable Intra-Vehicular TSN Networks
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570748467.pdf
Filip Rezabek, Marcin Bosk, Thomas Paul, Kilian Holzinger, Sebastian Gallenmüller, Angela Gonzalez, Abdoul Kane, Francesc Fons, Haigang Zhang, Georg Carle, Jörg Ott

Ducked Tails: Trimming the Tail Latency of(f) Packet Processing Systems
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570741634.pdf
Sebastian Gallenmüller, Florian Wiedner, Johannes Naab, Georg Carle

Assessing the Threats Targeting Low Latency Traffic: the Case of L4S
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570750294.pdf
Marius Letourneau, Boris N'Djore, Guillaume Doyen, Bertrand Mathieu, Rémi Cogranne, Huu Nghia Nguyen

An Analysis of Cloud Gaming Platforms Behavior under Different Network Constraints
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570750103.pdf
Philippe Graff, Xavier Marchal, Thibault Cholez, Stephane Tuffin, Bertrand Mathieu, Olivier Festor

Machine-Learning Based Prediction of Next HTTP Request Arrival Time in Adaptive Video Streaming
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570750261.pdf
Andrea Pimpinella, Alessandro Redondi, Frank Loh, Michael Seufert

Asynchronous Time-Aware Shaper for Time-Sensitive Networking
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570754851.pdf
Miklós Máté, Csaba Simon, Markosz Maliosz

Network Slicing for Deterministic Latency
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570755704.pdf
Sébastien Martin, Paolo Medagliani, Jeremie Leguay

gLBF: Per-Flow Stateless Packet Forwarding with Guaranteed Latency and Near-Synchronous Jitter
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2021/1570754857.pdf
Toerless Eckert, Alexander Clemm, Stewart Bryant

2nd International Workshop on High-Precision Networks Operations and Control (HIPNET 2019)
http://cnsm-conf.org/2019/hipnet2019.html
Papers: https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2019/index.html
Workshop: http://www.cnsm-conf.org/2019/hipnet-srsrfc2019.html

Intelligent Edge Control with Deterministic-IP based Industrial Communication in Process Automation
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2019/1570581161.pdf
Amjad Badar

A Hybrid Machine Learning/Policy Approach to Optimise Video Path Selection
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2019/1570588863.pdf
Joseph McNamara, Liam Fallon, Enda Fallon

Performance Evaluation of GTP-U and SRv6 Stateless Translation
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2019/1570585037.pdf
Chunghan Lee, Kentaro Ebisawa, Hitoshi Kuwata, Miya Kohno, Satoru Matsushima

Service Function Chaining Leveraging Segment Routing for 5G Network Slicing
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2019/1570574086.pdf
Davide Borsatti, Walter Cerroni, Gianluca Davoli, Franco Callegati

1st International Workshop on High-Precision Networks Operations and Control (HiPNet 2018)
http://cnsm-conf.org/2018/hipnet2018-detailed-program.html
Papers: https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/index.html

Enabling Virtual Reality for the Tactile Internet: Hurdles and Opportunities
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/1570487837.pdf
Maria Torres Vega, Taha Mehmli, Jeroen van der Hooft, Tim Wauters, Filip De Turck

Preferred Path Routing (PPR) Graphs - Beyond Signaling Of Paths To Networks
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/1570487960.pdf
Toerless Eckert, Uma Chunduri, Yingzhen Qu

Bandwidth Constrained Distributed Inter-domain Path Selection (DIPS)
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/1570492444.pdf
Rui Meng, Bin Da, Zhe Chen, Chuang Wang, Sheng Jiang

Chasing Linux Jitter Sources for Uncompressed Video
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/1570482599.pdf
Arthur Toussaint, Mohammed Hawari, Thomas Clausen

Design and Implementation of eBPF-based Virtual TAP for Inter-VM Traffic Monitoring
https://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/cnsm/cnsm2018/1570493112.pdf
Jibum Hong, Seyeon Jeong, Jae-Hyoung Yoo, James Hong

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