Call For Demonstrations

ICDCN is a premier international conference dedicated to addressing advances in Distributed Computing and Communication Networks. ICDCN 2022 invites demonstrations from researchers, startups, and corporations to showcase operational systems or prototypes in the field of distributed computing and networking, and their applications. Inspired by the positive experience from previous years, this year also ICDCN is going to have a dedicated Demonstration session. The ICDCN 2022 Demonstration session provides a space for researchers to bring hands-on experiences to conference attendees. The session will be a unique opportunity to showcase technologies and applications to an international audience that is helping to build next generation systems. Participants of the demo session will get an opportunity to interact with topical experts and receive feedback; showcase their demo to industry partners, recruiters and investors.

Submission Topics:

Demonstrations showcasing operational systems or prototypes with novel and clear technical contributions are solicited on topics that tentatively include, but are not limited to:

  • 5G and Next-generation Networks and Services
  • Ad-hoc, Sensor, PAN and Mesh Networks
  • Backscatter and Ultra-low Power Networks
  • Intent-based Networking and Zero-configuration Networks
  • Information-centric and Content-based Networking
  • Blockchains in Distributed Computing and Networking
  • Cloud Computing and Big Data Processing
  • Cognitive Networking
  • Distributed Algorithms: Design, Analysis, and Complexity
  • Distributed Embedded Systems
  • Distributed Operating Systems and Database Systems
  • Distributed Quantum Computing
  • Edge Computing and Mobile Offloading
  • Energy-efficient Networking
  • Fault-tolerance, Reliability, and Availability of Distributed Systems
  • Formal Methods for Distributed Systems
  • High performance Computing and Grid Computing
  • Internet of Things and Cyber Physical Systems
  • Internetworking Protocols & Internet Applications
  • Machine Learning in Distributed Computing and Networking
  • Mobile Crowdsensing and Social Networks
  • Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networking
  • Overlay and Peer-to-peer Networking and Services
  • Pervasive and Mobile Computing
  • Pricing and Network Economics
  • Scalable Distributed Systems
  • Security, Privacy and Game Theory in Distributed Computing and Networking
  • Self-organization, Self-stabilization, and Autonomic Computing
  • UAV Networks and Mobile Robots
  • Vehicular Networks, Smart Grids and Smart City Applications
  • Networking technologies
  • data and artificial intelligence for Healthcare

Submission Guidelines:

Demonstration paper must be a 2-page extended abstract of the demo, in ACM format, that captures motivation for the problem, the solution approach, results (if any), and a brief description of the technology to be demonstrated. All submissions must be in PDF format. We encourage making your demonstration presentable in order to attract the attendees.

Please make your submission via the following link:

Important dates:

Submission Deadline: October 10, 2021
Acceptance Notification: October 24, 2021
Camera-Ready Submission: October 28, 2021
Event Date: January 4-7, 2022

Please feel free to reach out to the demo chairs at and for any queries.