All times listed are in Central European Summer Time (CEST)
The workshops happen as follows. All workshops but ANNet are half day workshops:
Monday, 20 April 2020
Friday, 24 April 2020
AnNet aims to present research and experience results in data analytics and machine learning for network and service management. Approaches such as statistical analysis, data mining and machine learning are promising to harness the immense stream of operational data and to improve operations and management of IT systems and networks.
DISSECT will offer a venue for bringing together students, researchers, and professionals from academia and industry sharing common interest on security challenges related to the design and management of the distributed networks and infrastructures. DISSECT is intended to (1) discussing these challenges as well as future trends on security management, (2) presenting and discussing work-in-progress security-related research on cutting-edge technologies, and (3) strengthening collaboration and research ties among peers.
Graph-based modeling offers the advantage of understanding complex attacks and determining the root cause of an attack. However, existing graph mining tools for anomaly detection over streaming events are not adapted for cyber-security problems while the corresponding data continuously appears in the form of complex graphs. The main goal of GraSec is to present research and experience results in graph applications on network and cybersecurity as well as the defensive and offensive tools.
3rd International Workshop on Intelligent Transportation and Connected Vehicles Technologies (ITCVT 2020)
The aim of the ITCVT workshop is to bring together engineers, researchers, and practitioners interested in the advances and applications in the field of intelligent transportation and vehicle technology. Participants are invited to present and discuss recent developments and challenges in ITCVT systems. This workshop focuses on innovative applications, tools and frameworks in all technology areas related to connected vehicles in the context of smart cities and other application domains.
The Industry 4.0 revolution presents a multitude of management related challenges including the transition from ISA-95 to RAMI4.0/IIRA based automation for production automation, the integration of legacy OT with emerging IT technologies, the automation/digitalisation across value networks involving a multitude of stakeholders in complex relationships, and the formation of large to very large System of Systems (SoS). This workshop will focus on a number of core engineering and management issues for Industry 4.0, associated theory, architectures, frameworks, security and experimental experience.
The O4SDI workshop addresses the challenges of facilitating orchestration and programmability of generalized virtual functions in Software Defined Infrastructures (SDI), enabling cloud and network providers to deploy integrated services across different resource domains. Orchestration mechanisms will facilitate the live deployment and lifecycle management of these virtual elements, at the application level, the server level, and the network level within a single domain and across multiple domains, ultimately enabling dynamic establishment of generalized virtual functions chains, according to service requirements.