< Tutorial -26th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC 2021)

Call for Tutorial Proposals

Key Days

Tutorial Proposal Submission: June 4, 2021
April 20, 2021
Acceptance Notification: June 15, 2021
May 5, 2021
(*) - Each deadline expires at
23:59:59 UTC-12 (AoE)

IEEE ISCC 2021 seeks half-day tutorial proposals (about 3 hours each) to educate ISCC attendees on new and emerging topics within the scope of computing & communications. ISCC 2020 will provide an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas and present results of on-going research in most state-of-the-art areas of computers and communications. This year, special focus will be on emerging topics including but not limited to:

  1. ▪ Secure computing and secure architectures
    ▪ Cryptocurrencies
    ▪ Artificial intelligence, neural networks, and data mining systems
    ▪ Smart cities
    ▪ Optical networks
    ▪ Quantum computing
    ▪ 6G and wireless communication technologies

Proposals should be submitted online in the link provided below. The selected tutorials will be held on the first and the last days of the conference (September 5 and 8). If you have any questions, please contact the Workshops and Tutorials Co-Chairs: Nathalie Mitton, Michael Kounavis, Fabrice Theoleyre and Leonardo Babun.

Tutorial Co-chairs

  1. ▪ Nathalie Mitton <nathalie.mitton@inria.fr>
    ▪ Michael Kounavis <michael_kounavis@hotmail.com>
    ▪ Fabrice Theoleyre <theoleyre@unistra.fr>
    ▪ Leonardo Babun <leonardo.babun@jhuapl.edu>


To submit your tutorial proposals, please fill out the form online: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd8-PrC0lm3znXfvEQvgochI9q5MaPL78omolDiICyxGbRcwA/viewform

Tutorial proposals should concisely and clearly describe the content and objectives of the tutorial, and must include:

  1. ▪ Tutorial title, abstract, and objective(s)
    ▪ Name, affiliation, and short biography of each tutorial presenter
    ▪ A description of the topics that the tutorial will address, emphasizing their motivations and timeliness
    ▪ Projected audience and expected background
    ▪ An outline of the tutorial content, including its tentative schedule and the potential presenters for the different parts of the tutorial
    ▪ Possibility of and suitability for a virtual presentation of the tutorial
    ▪ A description of the past/relevant experience of the speaker(s) on the topics covered by the tutorial and their experience in delivering tutorials

Proposal Evaluation Criteria

Tutorial proposals will be evaluated according to the:

  1. ▪ Scientific quality and timeless of the proposal
    ▪ Contribution to the research community
    ▪ Relevant experience of the presenter
    ▪ Overlap with other tutorials and likely number of high-quality tutorial proposals received