The global situation on COVID-19 in the future is still unclear and, as emerged from several requests we received, potential authors may need significant more time to watch the situation and concentrate to work on a paper. So, we have decided to drastically extend the paper submission deadline until May 31st, and make a great effort to shorten our review process accordingly. We believe that our decision will give authors sufficient time to prepare high-quality submissions under these conditions. After consultation with the general chairs and organizing committee, we can confirm that the ITC32 conference will be held, whether physically or virtually, remote presentation of the papers and attendance will be possible and IEEE proceedings will be published under all circumstances.
ITC 32 in Osaka:
The INTERNATIONAL TELETRAFFIC CONGRESS ITC 32, to be held 22. - 24. September 2020 at Osaka University, Japan, is the 32nd edition of this international flagship congress in the field of networking science and practice. ITC was founded back in 1955 by enthusiastic scientists and engineers who were willing to deploy networks in a holistic way. Since then, it has estab足lished a multi-decade tradition as the primary forum for presenting and discussing the latest technical advances in the broad areas of teletraffic models, network systems, and measurements.
Open Access and Digital Libraries
ITC follows an open access strategy. Accepted ITC conference and workshop papers can be downloaded from the open ITC digital library. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore. This helps to increase the visibility and accessibility of accepted papers.
Mar. 20, 2020: Submission deadline
May 31, 2020: Submission deadline (Extended)
Jun. 15, 2020: Notification date
Jul. 15, 2020: Camera-ready copy deadline
Jul. 15, 2020: Author registration deadline
Sep. 22-24, 2020: Conference date
The keynote speakers for ITC32 are
- Dr. Yoshikatsu Okazaki, GM, NTT Network Technology Laboratories
- Prof. Shoji Kasahara, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
- Prof. Victor Leung, University of British Columbia
A special session on “Modeling Challenges in the Emerging Internet Applications” is organized by Phuoc Tran-Gia (University of Wurzburg, Germany).
The four speakers of the session are John Daigle, Onno Boxma, Franco Davoli and Nikhil Jain.
As the scope suggests, the special session addresses modelling and analysis aspects arising in the emerging internet platforms and applications and thus poses the fundamental question whether classical analytic modeling methods are still needed in current Internet application and measurement models.
A special session on “6G/AI” is organized by Merouane Debbah (CentraleSupélec) and Alessio Zappone (University of Cassino and Southern Lazio).