Call for Short Papers for Posters and Demos

The program committee of 6th NSysS 2019 cordially invites you to participate in poster and demo sessions and to showcase your current research, ongoing projects, etc., related to the conference theme and scope. Selected posters will be invited for displaying in printed portrait or landscape A0 size papers during the conference. On the other hand, selected demos, which may be a software or hardware implementation of your project/research, will be invited for displaying during the conference. Video demonstrations of the selected demos are allowed.

Prospective participants are requested to submit 6-page short papers of their posters/demos by July 1, 2019. Submitted short papers will be reviewed by the technical committee, and upon acceptance, the short papers will appear in the conference proceedings. Note that, this conference series is generally included in the IEEE Conference Publications Program (CPP). IEEE has a long-standing commitment to ensuring the high quality of its conferences and of the conference proceedings published in IEEE Xplore®. Therefore, IEEE reserves the right to withhold publishing of proceedings that do not meet the IEEE quality standards. IEEE makes every reasonable attempt to ensure that abstract and index entries of content accepted into the CPP are included in databases provided by independent abstracting and indexing (A&I) services. Each A&I partner makes its own editorial decision on what content it will index.  IEEE cannot guarantee entries are included in any particular database. Please find templates for the short papers here.

All short papers submitted to 6th NSysS 2019 need to be double-blind, i.e., no author name should appear in the submitted papers. While submitting your short paper in the system, you need to select type of your paper title in the system (as “Short Paper” ) from a drop-down list. If you do not select the type of your paper as “Short Paper”, your paper will be reviewed as a Full Paper.

Authors are requested to select an intended track under which the submitted paper will be considered for reviewing. The track names appear under the head “Topics”. In case authors would choose more that one topics (or equivalently the tracks), the TPC Co-Chairs could decide on the track under which the submitted paper will be considered for reviewing.

Tracks:
  • Main Track
  • Network Protocols and Architectures
  • Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks
  • Big Data Communication and Analytics
  • Systems Security
  • Mobile Computing
  • Interactive Systems
  • Health Informatics and Systems
  • Cloud and High Performance Communication

Short Paper Submission Link