Deterministic Communication and Computing for Advanced Industrial Systems

Special Session Organized by

Cailian Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China and  Zhengtao Ding, University of Manchester, United Kingdom and  Paul Pop, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark and  Qimin Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

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Recent advances in computing and communication empower industrial systems' network and intelligence transformation to realize system-wide interactions and effective collaboration. Growing applications require deterministic computing and communications, such as remote industrial control systems, autonomous vehicles, AR/VR, holoportation. These applications are expected to utilize efficient computing across deterministic networks for the time-critical and high-reliable requirements. This special session solicits state-of-art research related to the latest challenges, new technologies, and novel solutions involving deterministic communication and computing technologies to support the time-critical requirements in future advanced industrial systems.

Topics under this session include (but not limited to)

  • Resource allocation and scheduling in TSN and Deterministic Networking
  • Switching and queuing mechanisms in TSN and Deterministic Networking
  • Time synchronization in TSN and Deterministic Networking
  • Low-latency high-reliability mechanisms and algorithms in Wi-Fi, 5G, and 6G
  • Deterministic compute-communication co-design
  • Learning-based optimization of deterministic computing and communication
  • Performance evaluation and measurement methodologies for deterministicnetworking systems
  • Applications and testbeds for deterministic networking systems