IEEE 22nd International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems
MASCOTS 2014 will feature a demonstration session showcasing the latest technological advances in the area of computer and telecommunication systems. We envision the demonstration session as an exiting forum for researchers, practitioners and developers to share cutting-edge prototypes, innovative applications and techniques, research demonstrations and novel application concepts. The emphasis of the MASCOTS demonstration program is on visionary, next generation systems showing new technological advances in distributed systems, innovative performance evaluation techniques, or novel applications of information technology.
All accepted demonstration proposals will appear in the conference proceedings to be published by IEEE press.
We invite researchers and developers from academic, industrial, and government laboratories to present their demonstrations of original research prototypes. A prototype may consist of software, hardware or both.
All demonstration submissions must be within four (4) pages, including authors’ names and affiliations, a short abstract and should motivate the demonstrated concepts, describe the system and the technology, explain what features and scenarios will be demonstrated, and state the significance of the contribution. For guidelines regarding formatting, please refer to the IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings.
MASCOTS 2014 is using the EasyChair system. Submit manuscripts conforming to the guidelines given above.
A demonstration proposal submitted to MASCOTS 2014 cannot be under review for any other publishing forum or presentation venue (including conferences, workshops, and journals) during the time it is being considered for MASCOTS. For accepted papers, attendance and presentation by at least one author is mandatory.
- Demonstrations due: April 5, 2014 at 23:59 (Hawaii time)
- Acceptance Notification:
May 5, 2014May 15, 2014
- Final Camera-ready:
June 5, 2014June 15, 2014
- Ahmed Mostefaoui (Université de Montbeliard, France)
- Jehan Francois Pâris (University of Houston, USA)