The conference solicits papers on both fundamental and systems aspects, and on applications of Edge Computing including but not limited to:

  • Human-centered distributed systems: User engagement and experience as the drivers for distributed systems and network design
  • Crowdsource sensing systems: End users as the vantage point for mobile data acquisition and sensing
  • Citizen participation systems: Edge-centric Smart Cities, online social networks, socially informed networks
  • Edge-centric Mobile Computing: mesh networks, actuator networks, mobile cloud computing
  • Peer-to-peer systems, overlay architectures and technologies, self-organization and self-management
  • Datacenter support of edge computing: distribution of applications and their data across datacenters, nano-datacenters, personal clouds, and mobile devices; programming models and middleware for Edge Computing
  • Decentralized cyber-economies, blockchain architectures and decentralized cryptocurrencies, incentives, fairness, policy enforcement
  • User-centric security concerns: privacy, trust, reputations, anonymity, anti-censorship
  • Performance, availability, robustness, and scalability aspects of Edge Computing
  • Applications of Edge Computing: virtual and augmented reality platforms, fog computing, smart cities
Location and dates
Paper SubmissionFebruary 21st, 2016
Notification of AcceptanceMarch 29th, 2016
Final Manuscript DueApril 28th, 2016
Workshop DateJune 27th, 2016
Submission instructions

Form of Manuscript: Submissions should follow the IEEE 8.5" x 11" Two-Column Format. When using LaTeX, we recommend the following format options:

We accept both short papers (up to 6 pages) or full papers (up to 10 pages). Submissions should NOT be blinded for review.


Electronic Submission: Through Easychair