Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou Chairs Networking Symposium in IEEE FNWF
ECE Prof. Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou will chair the Economics in Future Networking Symposium at the IEEE Future Networks World Forum 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland, November 13-15, 2023.
The 2023 IEEE Future Networks World Forum (FNWF'23) continues down the path it set in 2018 at the IEEE 5G World Forum: Professionals from industry, academia, and research will gather to exchange their vision and discuss advancements in networking technology, including 5G, 6G, and other innovative cross-domain breakthroughs.
"The opportunities for economic and social improvement that 6G and other networks offer have led to considerable investments in the related scientific and technological areas, surpassing what we have experienced so far," said Dr. Tsiropoulou, whose Symposium on Economics in Future Networking will address these issues and other issues.
The Future Networking paradigm, the proliferation of emerging networks and architectures, wireless access technologies and multi-homing smart devices are evolving towards a competitive environment, where users and devices have access to various resources, while their behaviors become strongly interdependent.
Network Economics refers and affects not only the existing and future network topologies but also promote new disruptive technologies and/or network management and orchestration strategies that can offer efficiencies and deliver new revenues. The corresponding economic models will drive the deployment of enhanced networks and services in the future.
Network operation and logistics, including the burgeoning virtual networks and their implementation over shared physical infrastructures, are predicted to address and support diverse QoS requirements of network traffic, thus requiring new processes, algorithms, and architectures.
The study of existing and new economic mechanisms within the context of Future Networks is gaining increasing attention recently. In parallel, the recent advances in artificial intelligence, operations research, and economics have joined forces to tackle problems involving in future networks market design.
The design of strategic economic models, which have the potential of bridging the gap among the future networks heterogeneous entities’ competitive goals, is of paramount importance in order to converge to operational market designs.
Submissions are invited in, but not limited to, the following topics:
- Algorithmic Game Theory
- Algorithmic Mechanism Design
- Auction Algorithms and Analysis
- Behavioral Economics and Behavioral Modeling
- Blockchain and Applications
- Coalitions, Coordination, and Collective Action
- Computational Aspects of Equilibria
- Computational Social Choice
- Contract Theory and Market Modeling
- Econometrics, ML, and Data Science
- Economic Aspects of Distributed Computing and Cryptocurrencies
- Economic Aspects of Security and Privacy
- Fairness and Trust in Games and Markets
- Games in Networks
- Learning in Future Networks
- Learning in Markets and Mechanism Design
- Learning under Strategic Behavior
- Market Design
- Network Advertising
- Network Centrality
- Network Economics
- Peer Effects
- Price Differentiation and Price Dynamics
- Prospect-theoretic Network Modeling
- Quality of Service/Quality of Experience and Resource Management
- Risk Aware Resource Sharing
- Revenue Management
- Social Networks and Network Games
- Strategic Marketing and Influence Maximization
- Virtual Networking Economics
All papers should be submitted via EDAS.
For more information, please refer to the official poster below: