Call for Papers

AWeS 2015
International Workshop on All-Web real-time Systems,
in conjunction with ACM EuroSys 2015
April 21, 2015 – Bordeaux, France

Important Dates:

Paper Submission deadline: 7th March 2015
Acceptance Notification: 12th March 2015
Camera-ready deadline: 27th March 2015
Workshop: 21st April 2015


Systems based on Web technologies are increasingly gaining momentum, as browsers become a universal code execution platform. Even native application can rely on these technologies, e.g. with Android WebView. This trend is now emerging for real-time communications with the WebRTC technology, and is considered as the future of real-time communications, beyond today’s protocol-specific architectures.

Such systems requires new architectures, programming model and design to manage real-time signaling and media requirements using the Web paradigms, and to answer to the needs of application developers. This workshop is focused on the issues raised by these transformations. It aims to bring together researchers addressing the various fields of All-Web systems to share ideas and discuss preliminary results in an interactive way.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Computing paradigms for all-Web systems
    • Next generation of browsers
    • New computing models for All-Web systems
    • Architecture and performance of client-side code (e.g. JavaScript…) and of server-side code (e.g. node.js…)
  • Framework and signaling architecture
    • Required functional and non-functional properties for application developers
    • New paradigms for all-Web communication architectures
    • http-based signaling models (e.g. event-based)
    • Migration paths from today’s legacy architectures to future ones
  • QoS and metrics
    • QoS and traffic management with webRTC
    • STUN/TURN deployment issues
    • Management of new communication services
    • Technical and business challenges, e.g. different service categories over the same infrastructure
    • Feedback from live experimentations and early deployments
    • Impact of P2P media and algorithms for QoS optimization
  • Security and privacy
    • Security and privacy implications
    • User identity assertion for all-Web communications
    • Future of emergency communications
  • Applications
    • Real-time communications over social network
    • Innovative services and applications, impact on business customers, integration in enterprise IT
    • Pervasive and context-based communications

Submission and publication:

Submissions should be original, previously unpublished work not currently under review by other conferences or publications.

Accepted papers will be published as part of the ACM Digital Library.
Submissions should be done via this link: Paper Submission