April 11, 2021, Zhytomyr, Ukraine

doors 2021

Edge Computing Workshop


Peter the Great hacked through a window to Europe. We use doors.
Edge Computing Workshop (doors) is a peer-reviewed international Computer Science workshop focusing on research advances and applications of edge computing, a process of building a distributed system in which some applications, as well as computation and storage services, are provided and managed by (i) central clouds and smart devices, the edge of networks in small proximity to mobile devices, sensors, and end users; and (ii) others are provided and managed by the center cloud and a set of small in-between local clouds supporting IoT at the edge.
The goal of doors is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry working on edge computing to share their ideas, discuss research/work in progress, and identify new/emerging trends in this important emerging area. The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the demand for responsiveness, privacy, and situation-awareness are pushing computing to the edge of the Internet. There are many challenges in the design, implementation, and deployment of different aspects of edge computing: infrastructure, systems, networking, algorithms, applications, etc. doors would like to open discussions in these areas.

doors topics of interest are opened to:

  • algorithms and techniques for machine learning and AI at the edge
  • cellular infrastructure for edge computing
  • distributed ledger technology and blockchain at the edge
  • edge computing infrastructure and edge-enabled applications
  • edge-based data storage and databases
  • edge-optimized heterogeneous architectures
  • fault-tolerance in edge computing
  • fog computing models and applications
  • geo-distributed analytics and indexing on edge nodes
  • hardware architectures for edge computing and devices
  • innovative applications at the edge
  • interoperability and collaboration between edge and cloud computing
  • monitoring, management, and diagnosis in edge computing
  • processing of IoT data at network edges
  • programming models and toolkits for edge computing
  • resource management and Quality of Service for edge computing
  • security and privacy in edge computing


Authors are invited to submit full (at least 10 pages) papers through the HotCRP
by February 11, 2021:

Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by two scholars on the basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance, and clarity. If necessary, a third, additional reviewer will be involved. The Program Committee will use these reviews to determine which papers will be accepted for presentation at the workshop. The result of the reviewing will be announced to the submitting authors by email, along with reviewer comments, if any.

Primary requirements

  • Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this workshop. The review process will be blind peer review.
  • The submission should be LaTeX-generated PDF paper.

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Paper submission

  • In case you have never worked with the HotCRP system before, please create HotCRP account it by clicking "Create an account" link at the login form. You will be offered to enter your email and click the 'Create account' button. The instructions for signing in to HotCRP would be sent to your email. After complete registration you should sign in and complete your profile. Please list potential conflicts of interest - we use this information when assigning reviews. At the "New Submission" link of the doors 2021, please fill in the forms as requested by the instructions.


Submission Deadline

February 11, 2021 February 16, 2021


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Notification Due

March 12, 2021


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Final Submission Deadline

March 20, 2021


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Registration Due

March 26, 2021


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Workshop Day

April 11, 2021


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Workshop start: 13:00 (UTC+3) Link
Andrii Morozov, Tetiana Vakaliuk, Andrii Striuk, Serhiy Semerikov

Welcome remarks

Tetiana M.Nikitchuk, Tetiana A. Vakaliuk, Oksana A. Chernysh, Oksana L. Korenivska, Liudmyla A. Martseva and Viacheslav V. Osadchyi

Architecture for edge devices for diagnostics of students’ physical condition

Nadiia M.Lobanchykova, Ihor A.Pilkevych and Oleksandr Korchenko

Analysis of attacks on components of IoT systems and cybersecurity technologies

Andriy V. Ryabko, Oksana V. Zaika, Roman P. Kukharchuk and Tetiana A. Vakaliuk

Graph model of Fog Computing system

Anastasia D. Sverdlova, Artur O. Zaporozhets, Ihor V. Bohachev, Oleksandr O. Popov, Anna V. Iatsyshyn, Andrii V. Iatsyshyn, Valeriia O. Kovach, Volodymyr O. Artemchuk and Nataliia M. Hrushchynska

Self-organizing network topology for autonomous IoT systems

Tania Lorido-Botran, Muhammad Khurram Bhatti

ImpalaE: Towards an Optimal Policy for Efficient Resource Management at the Edge

Taras A. Uzdenov

Task scheduling in Desktop GRID by FSA method: a practical example

V. Kvasnikov, M. Kataieva, V. Kobylyansky

Analysis of metrological detection of nano-measurements

Kamil Khadiev

Quantum Request-Answer Game with Buffer Model for Online Algorithms. Application for The Most Frequent Keyword Problem

Workshop end


Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, Department of Software Engineering, 103 Chudnivska Str., Zhytomyr, 10005, Ukraine


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Tetiana Vakaliuk, +380-96-065-3099, tetianavakaliuk@gmail.com