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CARMEN 2010 : IEEE Workshop on CARrier grade wireless MEsh Networks

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Link: http://www.ict-carmen.eu/workshop10/
 
When Mar 19, 2010 - Mar 19, 2010
Where San Diego
Submission Deadline Jan 5, 2010
Notification Due Feb 5, 2010
Final Version Due Feb 25, 2010
Categories    wireless mesh networks
 

Call For Papers

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Call For Papers

Second IEEE International Workshop on

CARrier-grade wireless MEsh Networks
CARMEN 2010

http://www.ict-carmen.eu/workshop10/

In conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2010


San Diego, CA, US
March 15-19 2010
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Important Dates
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Paper Submission: January 5, 2010
Notification: February 5, 2010
Camera Ready: February 25, 2010
Workshop Dates: March 19, 2010


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Scope and Overview
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Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) have been accepted as a new communication paradigm that, by relaxing some restrictions of ad-hoc networking (e.g. mobility, radio capabilities), enables the provision of high quality services. Still, the design of WMNs involves handling complex interactions between the variables of the solution space, e.g., cost, channel planning, routing. Only from a proper understanding of these interactions it will be possible to enclose use-case scenarios for mesh networking, this way assessing if WMNs are a feasible alternative to more-traditional deployments.

This workshop focuses on the current state of the art and ongoing research challenges on wireless mesh networks, with special attention to carrier-grade service provision. It will provide a forum to discuss current ongoing challenges, namely: the definition of “carrier-gradeness” in a wireless environment and the ability to achieve it (in particular, as compared to current mobile architectures); the performance limits of
mesh technology, assessing if the costs of mesh deployments (roll out, management) are compensated by the service models provided; the architectures for mesh networks, including homogeneous and heterogeneous designs; the security challenges and solutions for mesh networks. To sum up, the workshop aims at creating a think tank of practitioners and researchers from academia and industry to point out the directions
for the success of wireless mesh technology


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Topics at a Glance
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The workshop solicits original and unpublished contributions on various aspects of wireless mesh networking, including (but not limited to):

* Architectures, protocols, and algorithms for wireless mesh networks
* Performance evaluation (analysis, simulation or experimental)
* Deployment of experimental testbeds
* Localization and mobility in wireless mesh networks
* Security, privacy, and trustworthiness
* Co-existence/Integration of wireless mesh networks with other networks
* Standardization efforts related to wireless mesh networks
* Wireless mesh networks configuration and management
* Wireless mesh networks measurements
* Service model and business case analysis


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Submission and Publications
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Prospective authors should submit a paper for review, the maximum paper length being 6 pages (in two-column format). Only original papers, not been published or submitted for
publication elsewhere, will be considered. Further information on submission guidelines is available at http://www.ict-carmen.eu/workshop10/

Accepted papers will be available after the conference on IEEExplore and will be included in IEEE INFOCOM 2011 proceedings.


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Organizing Committee
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General Chairs

Arturo Azcorra, University of Carlos III, Spain
Michele Zorzi, University of Padova, Italy

TPC Chairs

Xavier Pérez Costa, NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany
Matteo Cesana, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Technical program Committee

Ian Akyildiz, Georgia Tech, US
Stefano Avallone, University of Naples, Italy
Michael Bahr, Siemens, Germany
Claudio Casetti, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Kameswari Chebrolu, IIT-Bombay, India
Marco Conti, IIT-CNR, Italy
Eylem Ekici, Ohio State University, US
Mario Gerla, UCLA, US
Omer Gurewitz, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Matthias Hollick, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
Tommaso Melodia, SUNY Buffalo, US
Konstantina Papagiannaki, Intel, US
Alberto Lopez Toledo, Telefonica R&D, Spain
Pablo Serrano, University of Carlos III, Spain
Frank Zdarsky, NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany

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