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Quality of Service has long been the focus of communications researchers
worldwide. Since 1993, IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Quality of
Service (IWQoS) has established itself as a highly reputable forum to
present novel ideas on all QoS-related subjects.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the IEEE/ACM IWQoS
2021 this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, IWQoS 2021 will be held
virtually during June 25 - June 28, 2021. 

The registration and program information is provided as follows.

*Register at**:* 

*[The fee is only USD 5.]* Non-author Registration  $5

*Program At Glance:* 

*Program: * 

*Online Program: * 

The program of IWQoS 2021 have *4 keynote talks, 1 industrial talk, 16
sessions, 6 short paper sessions, and 1 poster session*. Topics include
video streaming, transport, traffic analytics, NFV, mobile and wireless
networks, federated learning, reinforcement learning, blockchain,
security/privacy/trust, IoT, storage/memory, data center, and cloud/edge

The keynote information of IWQoS 2021 is provided as follows.

*Keynote 1:* Challenges in Developing B5G/6G Communication Systems
Speaker: *Dr.
Hideyuki Tokuda* (President, National Institute of Information and
Technology (NICT), Japan)

*Keynote 2: *Enhancing Scalability and Liquidation in QoS Lightning
Networks Speaker:*Prof. Jie Wu* (AAAS Fellow and IEEE Fellow, Temple
University, USA)

*Keynote 3: *Edge Computing Meets Mission-critical Industrial Applications
Speaker:*Albert Y. Zomaya *(IEEE Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia)

*Keynote 4: *Brain-inspired Networking and QoE Control

Speaker: *Masayuki Murata *(Osaka University, Japan)

Looking forward to seeing you at the IWQoS 2021!

IEEE/ACM IWQoS 2021 Organizing Committee

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