HP-MOS 2012 : 1st ACM Workshop on High Performance Mobile Opportunistic Systems
Call For Papers
Deadline extended to 22/6/2012
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CFP for the 1st ACM Workshop on “High Performance Mobile Opportunistic Systems” HP-MOSys 2012,
to be held in conjunction with
The 15th ACM International Conference on Modeling, Analysis
and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (ACM MSWiM 2012)
October 21-25 2012
In cooperation with R8 IEEE COMSOC
Description of workshop
Opportunistic networks are an emerging networking paradigm where communication between the source and destination occurs on-the-fly and depends on the availability of communication links. Opportunistic communication paradigm heavily benefits from the heterogeneous networking and communication infrastructure that currently exist, e.g., mobile networks, P2P networks, with the supporting technologies in data management and system interoperability.
Motivated by further examining recent advances in this field and promoting the optimization of the existing methodologies and/or approaches, as well as presenting efficient high performance techniques for extending the survivability of such systems, both in terms of performance and reliability, we are interested in organizing this workshop with the following primary objectives:
§ Explore new and innovative ideas and improvements of opportunistic networks that can affect the overall performance of the system;
§ Explore the impact of wireless mobility and resource management in order to offer high performance and resource availability in today’s computing systems.
The workshop also aims at presenting state-of-the-art research and future trends in mobile and heterogeneous opportunistic networking and applications, combining the mobile communication, mobility and resource management field, and in a research pathway in order to present the various concepts that contribute to enable high performance computing.
Original research contributions in all areas of High performance Mobile Opportunistic Systems and/or applications are welcome.
Particularly the papers aim to present work in the following topical areas:
• Failure-aware resource management for high-availability computing in opportunistic systems
• Agent-based approaches for high performance computing systems
• Coordinated control for Mobile high-availability computing
• Resource management and efficient resource manipulation
• Resource availability for high performance and reliability computing
• System resource reliability and dependable computing
• Self-Managing and Reconfigurable System
• Context-aware computing for high performance
• Distributed Mobile Opportunistic systems and Networking
• Mobile Urban Sensing and Crowdsensing
• Cloud Computing for high-availability computing
• Performance Evaluation of computing systems
• Resource management in Clusters and Grids
• Opportunistic, Delay-tolerant and Hybrid Networks
• Mobility models for opportunistic networks
• Novel Architectures, supporting Middleware, Prototypes and Testbeds
• Dissemination and Caching in Opportunistic Networks
• Social-aware Opportunistic Networking
• Security, Trust, Privacy and Cooperation in Opportunistic Networks
• Analysis of Opportunistic Protocols
• Any Mobile Opportunistic Networks technology for the provision of reliable applications/ services and high-performance computing
• Systems’ Modeling and Simulation for measuring and enabling high-performance Mobile Opportunistic systems
• Large Scale Mobile Opportunistic Systems and schemes for high-performance computing
• Middleware(s) for high-performance computing in Mobile Opportunistic systems
• Opportunistic social networking for disaster and emergency situations, Mobile Opportunistic healthcare in remote regions
• Distributed architectures for system reliability and Self-configurable Computing
• Wireless systems’ simulation based Performance Analysis
Constandinos Mavromoustakis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus
Lei Shu, Osaka University, Japan
Tasos Dagiuklas, Department of Telecommunications and Network Systems, Technological Educational Institute of Mesolonghi-Greece
High-quality original papers are solicited. Papers must be unpublished and must not be submitted for publication elsewhere. All papers will be reviewed by Technical Program Committee members and other experts active in the field to ensure high quality and relevance to the Symposium. Paper length should be no more than 8 pages, double column, ACM style including tables and figures. Only PDF format is accepted. All accepted papers will appear in the Symposium proceedings published by ACM press.
At least one of the authors of accepted papers must attend the conference to present each paper.
Each submission must be accompanied by the following information:
- paper title
- short abstract
- complete list of authors and their affiliations
- contact person for correspondence (please check that the correct e-mail is configured on the https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hpmosys2012 system)
Papers are submitted via the Easychir system (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hpmosys2012).
Paper Submission: 22nd June, 2012 (Hard deadline)
Author Notification: 15th July, 2012
Camera Ready: 18 July, 2012