GI 2017: IEEE Global Internet Symposium

20th IEEE Global Internet Symposium (GI 2017)

In conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2017
Atlanta, GA, USA
May 1st, 2017
The Global Internet (GI) Symposium is the flagship event established and 
organized by the Internet Technical Committee (ITC), a joint committee of the 
IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and the Internet Society (ISOC). 
The 20th IEEE Global Internet Symposium will be collocated with IEEE Infocom 
2017. All relevant dates, location, and travel information are available from 
the IEEE Infocom 2017 conference site:
The IEEE Global Internet Symposium aims to provide a top forum for researchers 
and practitioners to present advances in Internet related technologies, and also 
allow healthy debate about various approaches. For instance, how does a novel 
solution compare, in terms of tangible metrics such as storage, latency, 
bandwidth, manageability, resilience, and usability, with existing and other 
approaches? So in addition to traditional research papers, and deployment 
description papers, we encourage position papers, papers that compare proposed 
approaches, papers that clarify and compare inherent differences between 
competing technologies, and well-thought-through heresy. 

Important Dates
Paper submission: 9 January 2017 @ 23.00 PST
Extended submission deadline: 24 January 2017
Notification of acceptance: 22 February 2017
Final manuscripts due: 10 March 2017
Symposium: 1 May, 2017
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
 - Routing, switching, and addressing
 - Resource management and quality of service
 - Software defined networks and network programming
 - Content delivery and management
 - Distributed Systems
 - Energy awareness
 - Next generation network architectures
 - Distributed Internet applications including games, VoIP, and video conferencing
 - Online social networking
 - Peer To Peer networks
 - Novel applications and new paradigms
 - Internet measurement, modeling, and visualization
 - Large scale network operation and performance monitoring
 - Privacy and/or security issues on the Internet
 - Anomaly, intrusion and attack detection
 - Interface among networking, communications and information theory
 - Applications of network science in communication networks
 - Economic aspects of the Internet