Wednesday december 18, 2019 Thursday december 19, 2019 Friday december 20, 2019
9:45 Opening Ceremony
 
10:00 Keynote 1
Revisiting resource allocation in verticalized networks
Keynote 3
V2X communications for Connected Driving
Keynote 5
An intelligent Monitoring system
 
 
 
11:00 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
 
11:30 Technical Session 1
Wireless networks (1/2)
Technical Session 3
Wireless networks (2/2)
Technical Session 4
Vehicular networks
 
 
 
 
 
13:00 Lunch Break  Lunch Break  Lunch Break 
 
14:00 Keynote 2
Cloud and DevOps the winning combo
Keynote 4
Trusted and secure blockchain transactions
Technical Session 5
Security and Wired networks
 
 
15:00
  Coffee break Coffee break
15:30
  Technical Session 2
Routing
Tutorial
  Closing Conference & Awards
17:00
 
   
19:00 Conference Dinner

Wednesday December 18, 2019


09:45 – 10:00Opening Ceremony


10:00 – 11:00Keynote 1Revisiting resource allocation in verticalized networks
Stefano Secci (CNAM, France)


11:00 – 11:30Coffee Break


11:30 – 13:00Technical Session 1 – Wireless networks (1/2)

  • A Comparative Study of LoRaWAN, SigFox, and NB-IoT for Smart Water Grid

Lalle Yandja (LT2S, CRNS, Tunisia); Lamia Chaari (University of Computer Science and Multimedia of Sfax & Laboratory of Technologies for Smart Systems at Digital Research Center of Sfax (CRNS), Tunisia); Mohamed Fourati (Institut supérieur d’informatique et multimédia de sfax, Tunisia); João Paulo Barraca (University of Aveiro & Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal)

  • Heterogeneous LoRaWAN & LEO Satellites Networks Concepts, Architectures and Future directions

Lamia Chaari (University of Computer Science and Multimedia of Sfax & Laboratory of Technologies for Smart Systems at Digital Research Center of Sfax (CRNS), Tunisia); Mohamed Fourati (Institut supérieur d’informatique et multimédia de sfax, Tunisia); Jihene Rezgui (College Maisonneuve, Canada)

  • Dynamic Configuration for Multiplex MIMO channel with Shared Antenna on Heterogeneous Wireless Systems

Yusuke Okumoto and Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai University, Japan)

  • Performance Enhancement of Spectral Multi Diagonal Code by Incorporating Polarization Multiplexing

Nabiha Jellali (Syscom- ENIT, Tunisia); Moez Ferchichi (Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tunis, Tunisia); Monia Najjar (Syscom, Tunisia)


13:00 – 14:00Lunch Break


14:00 – 15:00Keynote 2 – Cloud and DevOps the winning combo
 Hatim Kanas (ATOS, France)


15:00 – 15:30Coffee Break


15:30 – 17:00Technical Session 2 – Routing

  • Routing Optimization in SDN using Scalable Load Prediction

Manel Majdoub (University of Sousse, Tunisia); EL kamel Ali (Research Lab PRINCE (Tunisia) & Institut Superieur D’informatique Et Des Techniques de Communication- Hammem Sousse, Tunisia)

  • A Simple Proactive Routing Protocol with Multiple Base Stations Deployment for Unmanned Aerial Vehicular Networks

Nour El Houda Bahloul (University of BATNA 2, France); Nouman Bashir (University of Paris 13 & Institute Galilee, France); Saadi Boudjit (University of Paris 13, France); Djallel-Eddine Boubiche (University of Batna 2 & LaSTIC Laboratoty, Algeria)

  • Towards a DTN protocol for the Internet of Things

El Arbi Abdellaoui Alaoui (Faculty of Sciences and Technology Errachidia, Morocco); Cédric Stéphane Tékouabou Koumétio (Chouaib Doukkali University of El Jadida, Morocco); Antoine Gallais (Polytechnic University Hauts-de-France, France); Agoujil Said (FST Errachidia, Morocco)

  • Self-Organizing Cellular Network Approaches Applied to 5G Networks

Hasna Fourati (CRNS, University of Sfax, Tunisia); Rihab Maaloul (Laboratory of Technology and Smart Systems (LT2S), Digital Research Center of SFAX (CRNS), Tunisia); Lamia Chaari (University of Computer Science and Multimedia of Sfax & Laboratory of Technologies for Smart Systems at Digital Research Center of Sfax (CRNS), Tunisia)


Thursday December 19, 2019


10:00 – 11:00Keynote 3 – V2X communications for Connected Driving
 Lyes Khoukhi (UTT, France)


11:00 – 11:30Coffee Break


11:30 – 13:00Technical Session 3 – Wireless networks (2/2)

  • Distributed Edge Solution for IoT based Building Management System with NDN

Junior Dongo and Ludovic Foltete (University of Paris Est, France); Charif Mahmoudi (Siemens, USA); Fabrice Mourlin (University of Paris Est, France)

  • A Reconfiguration Framework for Multi-Sink Wireless Sensor Networks

Miriam Carlos-Mancilla (Universidad del Valle de México, Mexico); Ernesto Lopez-Mellado (CINVESTAV Unidad Guadalajara, Mexico); Mario Siller (CINVESTAV, Mexico)

  • Self-Organizing Localization with multiplexed topology for smart devices in indoor space

Chihiro Kawata (Kansai University, Japan); Takamasa Kitanouma(Organization for Research and Development of Innovative Science and Technology, Kansai University, Japan); Eiji Nii (KansaiUniversity, Japan); Mori Ryusei and Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai University, Japan)

  • Air Quality Monitoring and Analysis Based Predictive System; Air Visio

Amila Senarathne, Kahandawa Arachchige Dona Chathurangika Kahandawaarachchi, Achini Dinusha Dissanayaka, Waththegama Arachchige Diwanthi Taniya, A. N. De Silva and Pipuni Madhuhansi Wijesiri (Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Sri Lanka)


13:00 – 14:00Lunch Break


14:00 – 15:00Keynote 4 – Trusted and secure blockchain transactions
 Pascal Urien (Telecom ParisTech, France)


15:00 – 15:30Coffee Break


15:30 – 17:30Tutorial – Towards Intelligent Mobile Networks          Marie Line Alberi Morel (NOKIA Bell Lab, France) & Kamal Singh ( University Jean Monnet, France)


19:00   Conference Dinner


Friday December 20, 2019


10:00 – 11:00Keynote 4 – An intelligent Monitoring system
Abdelhadi Azzouni (Packet-IA, France)


11:00 – 11:30Coffee Break


11:30 – 13:00Technical Session 4 – Vehicular networks

  • Cohort-Based Construct for Vehicular Cyber-Physical Systems

Imen Zidi and Abir Ben Ali (ENSI University of Manouba, Tunisia); Farouk Kamoun (SESAME University, Tunisia)

  • Implementation and Performance Evaluation for DSRC-based Vehicular communication system

Bae Jeongkyu (CEST, Korea)

  • Supporting Multiple Cooperative Applications through Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications

Patrick Sondi (Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, France); Lucas Rivoirard (CEREMA, DTISPV / TITANE, France); Martine Wahl (IFSTTAR, LEOST & Univ Lille Nord de France, France)

  • Behavior Control of Swarm Composed of Multiple Autonomous Mobile Devices to Random Error

Eiji Nii (KansaiUniversity, Japan); Shoma Nishigami (Kansai University, Japan); Takamasa Kitanouma (Organization for Research and Development of Innovative Science and Technology, Kansai University, Japan); Hiroyuki Yomo (Kansai University & ATR Adaptive Communications Research Lab., Japan); Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai University, Japan)


13:00 – 13:30Lunch Break


13:30 – 15:30Technical Session 5 – Security and Wired networks

  • SEBS: A Secure Element and Blockchain Stratagem for Securing IoT

Varun Deshpande (ESIEE Paris, France); Taniya Das (TCS Research & Innovation, India); Hakim Badis (UPEM, France); Laurent George (ESIEE Paris, France)

  • A Lightweight Strategy for Reliability of Consensus Mechanisms based on Software Defined Networks

Gabriel R. Carrara, Lucio Reis and Celio Albuquerque (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil); Diogo Mattos (Universidade Federal Fluminense & MídiaCom, Brazil)

  • Elastic Gigabit NDN Forwarder for Big Data Applications

Junior Dongo (University of Paris Est, France); Charif Mahmoudi (Siemens, USA); Fabrice Mourlin (University of Paris Est, France)

  • On the 10BASE-T1S preamble for multidrop

Gergely Huszak (University of Electro-Communications & Kone, Japan); Hiroyoshi Morita (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

  • Cooperative Detection for Falsification and Isolation of Malicious Nodes through Inter-node Vote for Wireless Sensor Networks in Open Environments

Yoshiki Kimura (Kansai University, Japan); Eiji Nii (KansaiUniversity, Japan); Yasuhisa Takizawa (Kansai University, Japan)


15:30Closing Conference & Awards

  • Important dates

    • Paper Submission Due
      November 1, 2019 (Firm deadline)
    • Paper Review Feedback
      November 22, 2019
    • Final Papers Due
      November 30, 2019
    • Conference Date
      December 18-20, 2019
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