The tutorials program of ICFC 2019 aims to introduce its attendees to the latest academic and industrial fog computing technologies. Tutorials may cover, but are not limited to, the technologies and engineering involved in the use, analysis, management, maintenance and/or construction of fog computing platforms and services. Of particular interest are tutorials on programming the edge, topics on the intersection of ICFC and IC2E, as well as all topics mentioned in the call for research papers. Proposals are welcomed for tutorials at introductory, intermediate, and advanced skill-levels, that either span a full day (about 6 hours in total), or a half-day (about 3 hours in total). Please, email proposals to david.bermbach [at] tu-berlin.de with the subject “ICFC Tutorial Proposal”
The tutorial chair for ICFC 2019 is David Bermbach (TU Berlin, Germany). He can be reached at david.bermbach [at] tu-berlin.de. Please, feel free to contact him if you have any questions regarding potential ICFC 2019 tutorials. You are also welcome to email an initial draft of a tutorial idea before preparing the proposal described above.