The deadline for submission of proposals sharing experiences on the use of experimental platforms (testbeds) or platforms to support Research, Development, and Innovation (PD&I) has been extended until 26/03.
The selected works will be presented during the Fibre Workshop (WFIBRE), held for the sixth consecutive year along with the Brazilian Computer Society Conference (CSBC 2021), from July 18 to 23.
The papers must indicate which platform was used and report how the work or use case involving experimental research on teaching and education achieved success, highlighting strengths, points for improvements, and suggestions for the evolution of the platform.
Some examples of platforms coordinated by RNP that allow experimental research include: Fibre; IDS; LOFT; CloudNEXT; GidLab; Science DMZ; and Fiware-Lab@RNP; - for Research, Development, and Innovation experimentation and support in networks defined by software, Internet of Things, identity management, new network architectures, among other areas of knowledge.
The accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, which will be made available online on the SBC OpenLib, SBC’s content portal. All papers will be indexed using a DOI. For this reason, at least one of the authors of the paper must be registered on CSBC 2021 (in any category).
Questions may be sent directly to the coordination of WFIBRE 2021 at: email@example.com.
Papers must be submitted using the JEMS system by 26/03.
To learn more, visit the CSBC 2021 website.
• March 26 - Deadline for paper submission
• May 21 - Publishing of results
• June 04 - Submission of the final version and registration of the authors
• June 16 - Deadline for the submission of the final versions of the papers