Next Generation Networking has been identified as one of the major research axis within the Japanese-French Laboratory of Informatics (JFLI, CNRS UMI 3527).
So far, the main collaborative research topics among JFLI-affiliated members have been:
(i) mobility in the internet (e.g., location-aware mobile communication and multimedia data transmission from mobile users),
(ii) internet traffic analysis, monitoring and self-management,
(iii) next generation wireless and mobile communication networks, i.e., IoT and sensor networks, 5G and beyond radio access networks, etc.
(iv) network security.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together the French and Japanese research communities – academic and industrial -, in the wide areas of networking, computer science and telecommunications, in order to identify some promising avenues for future French-Japanese joint research collaborations.
The topics of interest of this workshop include (but not limited to):
- Network architectures
- Access protocols
- Wireless and Mobile Networks
- 5G and beyond
- IoT and sensor networks
- Machine learning for communications
- Network security
- Communication Reliability and QoS
- Cloud/Fog/Edge computing, networking and storage
- Satellite and space communications
- Next generation internet
- Performance analysis
- Communication theory
- Signal processing
- Distributed ledger technology and its applicability