Call for Papers

The aim of the workshop is to provide a forum for researchers from both academia and industry to present the high-quality results in the area of reliable networks design and modeling.

The topics cover, but are not necessarily limited to the following:
  • businesses aspects of resilience,
  • cost evaluation of network resilience,
  • end-to-end resilience,
  • energy efficiency in survivable networks,
  • fault and disruption tolerance evaluation,
  • Future Internet resilience,
  • green networks resilience,
  • fault management, control, and monitoring,
  • management of survivable content-oriented and cloud-ready networks,
  • methods for measurement, evaluation, or validation of resilience,
  • modeling different types of failures,
  • modeling malicious behavior or attacks on networks,
  • models and algorithms of survivable networks design and modeling,
  • multilayer networks resilience,
  • network dependability,
  • network redundancy optimization,
  • network reliability vs. economy-related issues,
  • new and emerging threats in cloud computing and content-oriented networks,
  • optical networks survivability,
  • optimization issues in resilient networks design,
  • QoS and QoE in reliable communications,
  • recovery of P2P and overlay systems,
  • reliable networks performance evaluation,
  • resilience of data centers,
  • resilience of wireless-wired communications,
  • resilience of wireless sensor networks,
  • resilience of multi-domain communications,
  • resilience of emerging communication technologies,
  • resilience of vehicle-to-vehicle communications,
  • resilient cloud computing architectures/solutions,
  • resilient content-oriented networks architectures and solutions,
  • security-related issues in resilient networks design,
  • simulation/emulation techniques for network resilience,
  • Software-Defined Networks (SDN) for survivable content-oriented and cloud-ready networking,
  • standardization of network resilience,
  • survivability of anycast and multicast networks,
  • survivability of converged services (VoIP, IP-TV, Mobile TV),
  • survivability of Content Delivery Networks,
  • survivability of grid and distributed computing systems,
  • theory of network resilience,
  • wireless access networks survivability,
  • wireless mesh networks survivability.
The authors are encouraged to submit via EDAS papers describing original, previously unpublished research results, not currently under review by another conference or journal, addressing state-of-the-art research and development in the area of reliable networks design and modeling. All submitted papers will be reviewed. The total length of a paper should not exceed 7 pages formatted according to the IEEE two-column conference template.

All accepted papers are expected to be included in IEEE Xplore and will be indexed by EI.

Extended versions of RNDM'16 papers of special merit of analytic/optimization orientation will be considered for publication in a special issue of Networks journal.
The Best Paper Award will be given.