MetaCom 2023
IEEE International Conference on Metaverse Computing, Networking and Applications (IEEE MetaCom 2023)
June 26-28, 2023 · Kyoto, Japan
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IEEE International Conference on Metaverse Computing, Networking and Applications (MetaCom 2023)

June 26-28, 2023 · Kyoto, Japan.

http://www.ieee-metacom.org/2023

Call for Posters

IEEE MetaCom 2023 provides a forum for academic researchers and industry practitioners to present research progresses, exchange new ideas, and identify future directions in the field of Computing, Networking, and Applications for Metaverse.

Technical posters and demonstrations showing/presenting innovative and original research related to Metaverse computing, networking, as well as their corresponding systems and applications are solicited. All researchers in related areas are welcome to submit their work for presentation at the conference. Posters and demonstrations can be work in progress and abstract of innovative ideas. Authors of accepted posters will be invited to present their work in an interactive poster or physical installation presentation session. Accepted and presented posters will be published in the IEEE MetaCom 2023 Conference Proceedings.

In general, IEEE MetaCom is interested in posters and demonstrations of technology that validate important research issues or showcase novel applications in (but not limited to) the following topics of interest:

Topic 1: Metaverse Architectures and Applications, including but not limited to:

  • Architecture and system design
  • Immersive services
  • Digital twin modeling and rendering
  • Animations and physical world simulations
  • Model evolution, composition and library
  • Holographic applications
  • Virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, extended reality
  • Metaverse applications in different domains, such as industry, healthcare
  • Design, implementation, and evaluation of novel applications
  • Measurement of commercial platforms
  • Scalability and interoperability

Track 2: Networking and Communications, including but not limited to:

  • Network architectures and design principles for metaverse
  • Routing metrics and algorithms
  • Rendezvous services for metaverse
  • Resource control and allocation
  • Network management
  • Interactions between cyber and physical spaces
  • Data center communications for metaverse
  • Decentralized communications for metaverse
  • Ultra-low-time communications for metaverse
  • Green communications for metaverse
  • Holographic communications
  • B5G/6G for metaverse applications

Track 3: Metaverse Computing, including but not limited to:

  • Adaptive resource provisioning and monitoring in the Metaverse cloud continuumn
  • Resource elasticity in the cloud continuum for Metaverse applications
  • Computation offloading for extremely low latency in the cloud continuum
  • Building flexible data paths in the cloud continuum
  • High-performance Metaverse data streaming and storage
  • QoS assurance and SLA in the cloud continuum
  • QoE-aware Metaverse service management
  • Distributed Digital Twins in the Metaverse
  • Tactile Internet for the Metaverse
  • End-to-end quality of service/experience in collaborative Metaverse applications
  • Distributed AI/ML for Metaverse resource management and applications
  • Data governance mechanisms in the Metaverse
  • Metaverse computing for cross-domain service interoperability
  • Metaverse computing for cross-context security and trust management
  • Scalability and resilience of cloud continuum-based Metaverse applications
  • System design and evaluation for immersive Metaverse experiences
  • Innovative proposals, middleware, and application components

Track 4: Blockchain and Web 3.0, including but not limited to:

  • Zero-trust architecture and protocol design for blockchain and web3.0
  • Incentive and consensus mechanisms for blockchain and web3.0
  • Identity Management System for blockchain and web3.0
  • Distributed storage, identifiers, and data verification in blockchain and web3.0
  • Fundamental limits and theoretical guidance for blockchain and web3.0
  • Emerging technologies for blockchain and web3.0
  • Hardware and infrastructure implementation for blockchain and web3.0
  • Smart contract and chain code
  • NFT applications and protocols
  • Semantic computing and services in blockchain and web3.0
  • Blockchain and web3.0 applications
  • Blockchain and web3.0 standardizations

Track 5: Security, Privacy, and Trust, including but not limited to:

  • Security, privacy and/or trust frameworks for metaverse
  • Secure protocols for dynamic IoT networks and metaverse
  • Privacy mitigation techniques for IoT-enabled extended reality for metaverse
  • Secure data sharing and integration mechanisms across extended IoT networks for metaverse
  • Trust issues to address AI/ML techniques in metaverse
  • Security, privacy, and trust in the context of the metaverse
  • New cryptographic technologies for metaverse
  • Data security and governance
  • Privacy preserving technologies
  • Policy and regulation compliance
  • Trust management framework
  • ID management, authentication and authorization
  • Accountability for metaverse
  • Zero-knowledge proof for metaverse
  • Zero-trust architecture for metaverse

Track 6: Theories, Experiments and Evaluations, including but not limited to:

  • Theoretical investigations on metaverse
  • Optimization, game theory, incentive designs
  • AI (e.g., machine / deep learning) experiments for metaverse
  • Simulators, testbeds, prototypes
  • Implementations, and field experiments
  • Verification of the existing knowledge
  • Performance evaluation and modeling
  • Quality of service and quality of experience
  • Standardizations for metaverse

Poster Submission

Each poster submission should be formatted as an extended abstract, which describes the research to be presented in the poster. All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of TWO printed pages (10-point font), including all figures and references. Authors must follow the standard IEEE Computer Society Proceedings two-column conference format. All submissions will go through a single-blind review process. The extended abstract must include the names, affiliations and email addresses of all authors and should be submitted as a single PDF file at:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=metacom2023

Standard IEEE conference templates for LaTeX formats are found at:
https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html

You may also use one of the following templates for Microsoft Word: A4, US letter. Only PDF files will be accepted. Note that all submissions must be done through the aforementioned Easychair website (the same submission link as the main conference).

Important Dates

  • March 20, 2023

    Poster submission deadline

  • April 20, 2023

    Notification of poster acceptance

  • May 10, 2023

    Camera-ready submissions

  • June 26-28, 2023

    Conference Date

Poster Chairs


Workshops

Important Days

  • Mar 20, 2023

    Poster Submission Due

  • Apr 20, 2023

    Author Notification

  • May 10, 2023

    Camera-Ready Due

  • Jun 26-28, 2023

    Conference Date

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