- A Context-Oriented Framework and Decision Algorithms for Computation Offloading in Vehicular Edge Computing
- Author: Alisson Barbosa de Souza (UFC – Brazil)
- Advisors: Paulo Rego (Federal University of Ceará – Brazil) e Jose Souza (Universidade Federal do Ceará – Brazil)
- Autocura para Redes Definidas por Software
- Author: Natal Souza Neto (Federal University of Uberlândia – Brazil)
- Adivisors: Pedro Rosa (Universidade Federal de Uberlândia), Flavio Silva (Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU)), Luiz Da Silva (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
- Tactful Networking as a cornerstone for opportunistic human-aware D2D communication
- Author: Rafael Costa (Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA – Brazil)
- Advisors: Leobino Sampaio (Universidade Federal da Bahia – Brazil) e Aline Viana (Inria Saclay – Ile de France – France)
- Towards a Personalized Multi-objective Vehicular Traffic Re-routing System
- Author: Allan M. de Souza (UNICAMP – Brazil)
- Advisor: Leandro Villas (UNICAMP – Brazil)
- Uma Abordagem de Fatiamento de Rede entre Múltiplos Sistemas Autônomos
- Author: Rodrigo Moreira (Federal University of Uberlandia – Brazil)
- Advisor: Flavio Silva (Federal University of Uberlândia (UFU) – Brazil.
- Agendamento de Contêineres Ciente da QoE
- Author: Marcos Carvalho (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Brazil)
- Advisor: Daniel Fernandes Macedo (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Brazil)
- Cache de Atributos Oportunista: Melhorando a eficiência do ABAC com o uso de uma política de distribuição de identidades em redes multinível para névoas computacionais
- Author: Airton Ribeiro Gomes Filho (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – Brazil)
- Advisors: Edelberto Silva (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – Brazil) e Alex Vieira (Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora – Brazil)
- Provisão de Banda de Guarda Adaptativa em Redes Ópticas Elástica
- Author: Neclyeux Monteiro (Universidade Federal do Piauí – Brazil)
- Advisor: André Soares (Universidade Federal do Piauí – Brazil)
- Um sistema inteligente para detecção de DDoS em ambientes inteligentes baseado em Fog and Cloud computing
- Author: Wanderson Costa (Instituto Federal do Piauí – IFPI)
- Advisor: Rafael Lopes Gomes (Universidade Estadual do Ceará – UECE)
- Uma Plataforma NFV-MANO para Suporte e Orquestração de Serviços de Rede Virtualizados em Nuvem CloudStack
- Author: José Flauzino (Universidade Federal do Paraná – Brazil)
- Advisor: Elias Duarte Jr. (UFPR – Brazil)
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- Paper submission:
- Acceptance notification: 22/04/2022
- Camera-ready due: 29/04/2022
The third edition of the SBRC 2022 Dissertation Digest (CTD @ SBRC 2022) aims to select and award the best doctoral theses and the best master’s dissertations in the area.
We invite computer networking and distributed systems researchers to submit a paper that summarizes the results obtained in their Ph.D. thesis and M.Sc. dissertations, defended and approved between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021. CTD @ SBRC 2022 will award the three best theses and the three best dissertations.
Topics of Interest
The topics of the Ph.D. thesis and M.Sc. dissertation must be those in the area of computer networking and distributed systems, including but not limited to the ones enumerated in the main track call for papers.
Papers must be written either in Portuguese or English, in the form of an extended abstract, and must be limited to a maximum of 8 pages, including figures, references, and appendix. The text formatting must follow the guidelines of the SBC paper template (http://www.sbc.org.br/documentos-da-sbc/category/169-templates-para-artigos-e-capitulos-de-livros).
The author must clearly state the contribution of the work to the area, and highlight its originality. The text must necessarily include the title of the Ph.D. thesis or M.Sc. dissertation, author’s names, advisor and co-advisor(s) with their respective affiliations, abstract (and “resumo” for papers written in Portuguese), problem characterization and motivation, objectives and contributions, related work, results obtained, and by-products (for example, scientific publications, patents, registered programs, as well as any other elements that qualify the author’s investigation).
Submissions will be made through JEMS.
Each submission must contain three files: (1) extended abstract (up to 8 pages), (2) accredited minutes of the PhD thesis/M.Sc. dissertation defense, and (3) full text of the thesis or dissertation. The minutes of the defense must explicitly state that the candidate defended the work and that it was approved, and must inform the location where the thesis/dissertation defense occurred, date of the defense, name of the advisor, and names of the members of the defense committee. All documents must be in PDF format.
At least three members of the CTD @ SBRC 2022 evaluation committee will evaluate each work and analyze the documents submitted by the authors. After the review and analysis phase, members of the evaluation committee will start a discussion phase, for the selection of accepted papers.
The selected papers (6 Ph.D.-level papers and 6 M.Sc.-level papers) will be published in the SBRC 2022 proceedings, and the thesis/dissertation author must present his/her work during the symposium. For award purposes, the evaluation committee will take into account the complete work, including potential and already generated scientific and technical results/output, as well as the impact in the area of computer networking and distributed systems (the presentation itself will not be considered for the award; however, all selected papers must be presented in person). The prize for the three best candidates in each category will be announced at the awards ceremony during the SBRC 2022 social event.
- Alberto Schaeffer-Filho (UFRGS)
- Alex Vieira (UFJF)
- Artur Ziviani (LNCC)
- Carlos Ferraz (UFPE)
- Carlos Kamienski (UFABC)
- Cristiano Both (UNISINOS)
- Daniel Batista (IME – USP)
- Daniel Fernandes Macedo (UFMG)
- Daniel Guidoni (UFSJ)
- Daniel Menasché (UFRJ)
- Danielo G. Gomes (UFC)
- Dorgival Guedes (UFMG)
- Edmundo de Souza e Silva (UFRJ)
- Edmundo Madeira (UNICAMP)
- Eduardo Cerqueira (UFPA)
- Fabio Costa (UFG)
- Fabio Verdi (UFSCar)
- Flavia Delicato (UFRJ)
- Francisco Brasileiro (UFCG)
- Heitor Ramos (UFMG)
- Italo Cunha (UFMG)
- Jacir Bordim (UnB)
- José Augusto Suruagy Monteiro (UFPE)
- Jose-Marcos Nogueira (UFMG)
- Juliano Wickboldt (UFRGS)
- Jussara Almeida (UFMG)
- Leobino Sampaio (UFBA)
- Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville (UFRGS)
- Luiz Fernando Bittencourt (UNICAMP)
- Luiz Henrique Correia (UFLA)
- Markus Endler (PUC-Rio)
- Noemi Rodriguez (PUC-Rio)
- Rafael Pasquini (UFU)
- Raimundo Jose de Araujo Macedo (UFBA)
- Rosa Leão (UFRJ)
- Silvana Rossetto (UFRJ)
- Thais Batista (UFRN)
- Magnos Martinello (UFES)