SIG on Green and Sustainable Networking and Computing with Cognition and Cooperation

 
Chair Lin Chen Sun Yat-Sen University, China
Vice-Chair Lingjie Duan Lingjie Duan, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Vice-Chair Alagan Anpalagan Ryerson University, Canada
Advisor Ekram Hossain University of Manitoba, Canada
Advisor David Grace University of York, U.K.

Scope and Objectives

Recent years have witnessed tremendous efforts and progress made by both the industry and academia for improving energy and power efficiencies in current and emerging communication networks and computing infrastructures, among which cognitive and cooperative paradigms are proposed as key technologies and approaches to increase both spectrum and energy efficiencies. For example, with cognitive and cooperative communication, the use of larger spectrum band and the opportunistic adaptation of the spectrum use lead to more effective interference management, better spatial and temporal reuse, thus reducing the power consumption. Despite the ever growing interests, the research on the use of cognitive and cooperative approaches to achieve sustainable and green networking and computing is still in its infancy, especially given the complexity and application constraints of the emerging communication and computing infrastructures. Some fundamental problems are still open.

The focus of the SIG is the design and analysis of green and sustainable networking and computing paradigm by exploiting cognitive and cooperative approaches. Specifically, the SIG will identify and analyse potential scenarios and use cases which may benefit from the application of cognitive and cooperative design to increase energy efficiency and to achieve networking and computing sustainability. The SIG will promote the design, analysis, and evaluation of novel cognitive and cooperative algorithms and protocols to limit the energy fingerprint of the emerging communication and computing systems. The SIG will also look into related standardization activities on green and sustainable networking and computing. With diversified activities, the SIG is intended to provide a forum for presenting, exchanging and discussing the advances and developments in these fields.

Founding Members

  • Hüseyin Arslan, University of South Florida, USA,
  • Özgür B. Akan, Koc University, Turkey
  • Wei Chen, Tsinghua University, China,
  • Peter Han Joo Chong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,
  • Lingjie Duan, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore,
  • Liqun Fu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
  • David Grace, The University of York, UK
  • Ekram Hossain, Dept. of ECE, University of Manitoba, Canada
  • Fen Hou, Macau Polytechnic Institute, Macau,
  • Ying Chang Liang, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), A*STAR, Singapore,
  • Hongseok Kim, Sogang University, Korea,
  • Victor C. M. Leung, University of British Columbia, Canada,
  • Guowang Miao, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden,
  • Dusit Niyato, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,
  • Jacques Palicot, SUPELEC, France,
  • Yi Qian, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA
  • Tapani Ristaniemi, University of Jyväskylä, Finland,
  • Jinsong Wu, Universidad de Chile, Chile,
  • Honggang Zhang, Zhejiang University, China,
  • Wei Zhang, The University of New South Wales, Australia,
  • Ying Jun (Angela) Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Mustafa Cenk Gursory, Syracuse University, USA
  • Rose Qingyang Hu, Utah State University, USA
  • Himal A. Suraweera, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
  • Jan Erik Håkegård, SINTEF ICT, Norway
  • Lin Chen, University of Paris-Sud, France
  • Wei Wang, Zhejiang University, China
  • Alagan Anpalagan, Ryerson University, Canada
  • Athanasios V. Vasilakos, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
  • Houbing Song, West Virginia University, USA
  • Mubashir Husain Rehmani, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Wah Cantt, Pakistan
  • Huazi (Tom) Zhang, University of Florida, USA