IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking
27–29 November 2024 // Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Call For Papers

Download CFP flyer here

Call for Papers: Submission Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit original contributions that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.

To guarantee good quality proceedings contents, your paper must comply with the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking 2024 paper specifications.

The MS Word template can be obtained here.

Latex templates can be obtained here.

Bibliography files can be obtained here.

When working in Overleaf, the template is available here (use the IEEE Conference Template).

In particular, this means:
Paper length is limited to 8 pages (including title, abstract, all figures, and tables) for full papers (oral presentation), and 4 pages for short papers (poster and technical demonstration papers), both excluding references (maximum 1 additional page for references).

Use the two-column-IEEE Conference Proceedings style in a 10-point-font, US letter page

Latex users must follow the conference_101719.tex example included in the Latex template. You must also use the following command:


Moreover, use IEEEtran.bst included in the Bibliography file as a reference style.

(Note: with IEEE conferences, the author affiliation is listed under the author’s name, unlike IEEE transactions)

  • PDF format only is accepted
  • Do NOT use page numbers, headers, or footers on your manuscript
  • Do NOT apply security settings to your PDF file
  • Do NOT include hyperlinks in the document (e.g., clickable website addresses in the references)

Accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore.

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Conference Topics

The Conference topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Cloud Network Architecture
    • Multi-Cloud federation and Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
    • Reliability of Data Center Network and Architecture
    • Mobile Cloud Networking
    • Slicing and RAN Virtualization (SD-RAN, Cloud RAN, vRAN, OpenRAN)
    • Programmable Data Planes and Smart-NIC design
    • SDN/NFV and Virtualization of Network Equipment
    • Architectures to Enable AI/ML
  • Resource Management
    • Data Center and Cloud-native Networks
    • Intra-Cloud vs. Inter-Cloud Management
    • Energy-Efficient Data Centers and Networks
    • Resource optimization and Management
    • Traffic Characterization and Measurements
    • Data Flow Management and Load Balancing
    • Storage Management
    • AI/ML-assisted Resource Management and Orchestration
  • Cloud Supported Services
    • Big Data Analytics
    • Vehicular Cloud Computing
    • Network Connectivity Services
    • Unified User and Machine Mobility Management
    • Content and Service Distribution
    • Edge Computing
    • Location-based Services
    • Performance Enhancement of Cloud Applications
  • Cloud Security and Privacy
    • Cloud Data Provenance and Data Loss Protection
    • Cloud Sovereignty
    • Cloud Storage Security
    • Cloud Application Security
    • Intrusion Detection/Prevention systems
    • Firewall and Deep Packet Inspection systems
    • AI/ML for Cloud Security
    • Cloud Computing Privacy



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