Caching, Computing and Delivery in Wireless Networks Workshop (CCDWN)

Call for papers

With the ever-growing demand for connectivity in 6G networks, limited air interface resources, storage capabilities, network, and protocols, as well as throughput hungry and delay-sensitive applications challenge the effective processing of a large volume of data. The caching paradigm can enable the providers to provide faster downloads and cheaper services. Existing work in the field has demonstrated key savings through edge helpers, erasure coding, and distributed optimization techniques, and shed light on the fundamental limits of bandwidth and storage requirements. To satisfy the QoS requirements of emerging applications, the focus of the 7th Caching, Computing and Delivery in Wireless Networks Workshop (CCDWN) (previously known as Content Caching and Delivery in Wireless Networks) is to bring together techniques from optimization, information theory, and networking to enable personalized, intelligent, scalable, and secure caching at the edge and meet the stringent requirements in 6G networks. We believe that the high-quality contributions from the researchers in the field will advance the understanding of performance limits, closing the gap between theory and practice. Topics of interests include but not limited to

Official webpage

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Organizing committee

Workshop Organizers

  • Mingyue Ji, University of Utah, USA
  • Joongheon Kim, Korea University, Republic of Korea

Important dates

  Important Dates
May 20 June 15, 2022, 23:59 AoE Workshop paper submission