Introduction to doors Workshops on Edge Computing (2021-2023)

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Tetiana A. Vakaliuk
Serhiy O. Semerikov


The Edge Computing Workshop, known as "doors", has evolved as a prominent international forum for researchers, practitioners, and industry experts to converge and discuss the latest advancements and applications in the field of edge computing. This paper provides an overview of the doors workshops held from 2021 to 2023, highlighting their objectives, topics of interest, committees, and the significant contributions made by researchers during these years. The workshops have played a pivotal role in fostering collaboration, sharing insights, and exploring emerging trends in edge computing, addressing challenges related to infrastructure, systems, security, applications, and more. This paper underscores the importance of these workshops in advancing the field and promoting innovation in the era of digital transformation.


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Vakaliuk, T.A. and Semerikov, S.O., 2023. Introduction to doors Workshops on Edge Computing (2021-2023). Journal of Edge Computing [Online], 2(1), pp.1–22. Available from: [Accessed 24 May 2024].
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Tetiana A. Vakaliuk, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University



How to Cite

Vakaliuk, T.A. and Semerikov, S.O., 2023. Introduction to doors Workshops on Edge Computing (2021-2023). Journal of Edge Computing [Online], 2(1), pp.1–22. Available from: [Accessed 24 May 2024].
Received 2023-05-06
Accepted 2023-05-13
Published 2023-05-14


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