The International Conference on Networking Systems of AI (INSAI2021) will be held in Shanghai, China during November 19-20, 2021.
INSAI2021 is jointly organized by Institute on Networking Systems of AI (INSAI),Fudan University Hainan University and University of Toronto, Canada. INSAI2021 aims to bring together researchers and scientists for discussing the cross-disciplinary research advances of NSAI (Networking Systems of Artificial Intelligence). INSAI2021 conference is particularly interested in innovative information technologies in dealing with the current global pandemic.
Liang Song，Fudan University
Laurence Tianruo Yang，Hainan University
Jiangchuan (JC) LIU，Simon Fraser University
Chengxin Pang，Shanghai East-Bund Institute on Networking Systems of AI
Caiming Qiu，Huazhong University of Science and Technology
F. Richard Yu，Carleton University
Weijia Jia，United International College-Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University
Xin Li，Duke University
Kostas Plataniotis，University of Toronto
Shugong Xu，Shanghai University
Xin Wang，Fudan University
Honglin Hu，University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Technical Program Committee Chairs
Petros Spachos，Guelph University
Tom H. Luan，Xidian University
Technical Program Committee
Xinhua Zeng, Fudan University
Jieyu Lin, University of Toronto
Xian Wei, Haixi Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Yijie Mao, Imperial College London
Saiqian Zhang, Harvard University
Xuan Tang, Haixi Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xiaoguang Zhu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Yuedong Xu, Fudan University
Guanhua Zhang, Fudan University
Zhiyun Lin, Hangzhou Dianzi University
Nan Cheng, Xidian University
Haitao Zhao, Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Xu Xia, China Telecom
Hui Feng, Fudan University
Tao Chen, University of Science and Technology of China
Yun Chen, Fudan University
Shunqing Zhang, Shanghai University
Yongbo Chen, ZTE Corporation
Songwen Pei, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Tingting Yang, Dalian Maritime University
Hongzi Zhu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Danilo Avola, Sapienza University
Nebojša Bačanin Džakula, Singidunum University
Salil Kanhere, The University of New South Wales
The International Conference on Networking Systems of AI (NSAI2021) explores emerging trends and novel ideas and concepts covering a broad range of topics in the area of Networking Systems of Artificial Intelligence. Each submission is anonymously reviewed by an average of three independent reviewers, to ensure the final high standard and quality of submitted papers. Selected high quality papers will be further invited for submission to a journal special issue.
Contributions are sought in the following areas:
1. B5G Physical Communications and Networks
- B5G AI empowered communications
- New waveforms, modulation, and multiple access
- L2 Multichip wireless transmissions
- Mobile/Edge/Cloud computing infrastructure
- Flexible optical transport
- Service customized communication and computing
2. Polymorphic Networks and Configurability
- Service customized virtual networks
- Multi-time-scale resource allocation and configuration
- Topology management
- Routing and load balancing
- Dynamic network slicing
- Security, accountability & privacy
3. Heterogenous Micro and Nano Electronics for IMCSC (Integrated Memory-Computing-Sensing- Communications)
- Mimic-state wafer and chiplet designs
- Next generation CPU based on RISC-V architecture
- Next generation memory-computing for AI computing
- Heterogenous IMCSC architecture and technology
- NSAI based communications and MEMS
4. AI Empowered Smart Services and Applications
- Distributed AI computing
- Online evolutive learning based AI systems
- Smart services and APIs
- New AAA techniques
- NSAI applications and trails
5. Ubiquitous Brain Networks
- AI empowered Brain-Computer interface
- Applications of UBN
All submissions must be in English, adhere to the template format in the conference website, and must be uploaded through Conference Paper Submission System.
Authors must complete their submissions before the designated deadlines. Late submissions will not be considered. The initial and final submissions should be more than 4 pages, and must be in editable format. Hardcopy are not accepted.
The latest information can be found in the conference website.
Best Paper Competitions
The accepted and presented papers will be evaluated, based on content and presentation, by the Technical Program and Awards Committees for consideration of INSAI2021 Best Paper and Best Student Paper Awards.
NSAI2021 follows the highest standards of publication ethics and takes all possible procedures against any publication misconduct. This Conference does not accept any type of plagiarism, which means that any author replicating a significant part of another's work without acknowledging him/her or passing another's work off as his/her own are not tolerated and not published.
All authors submitting their works to the NSAI2021 for publication as original works confirm that the submitted papers are their own contributions and have not been copied in whole or in part from other works.
Each submission is anonymously reviewed by an average of three independent reviewers, to ensure the final high standard and quality of each accepted submission. The NSAI2021guarantees that the entire peer review and publication process is meticulous and objective. Furthermore, all works not in accordance with these standards will be removed from the publication if malpractice is revealed at any time even after the publication. Every case of suspected plagiarism or duplicate publishing will be reported.
Final Paper Deadline