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GSN 2011 : GeoSensor Networks 2011

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Conference Series : GeoSensor Networks
 
Link: http://geosensor.net
 
When Jul 11, 2011 - Jul 13, 2011
Where Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Submission Deadline Mar 4, 2011
 

Call For Papers

GSN 2011 is the fourth in a series of international conferences on advances in geosensor networks, to be held in Melbourne, Australia in July 2011.

GSN 2011 will bring together scientists from academia, industry, and government to showcase the state-of-the-art in research and applications related to geosensor networks (wireless sensor networks tasked with monitoring changes and events in geographic space).

The conference has two peer-reviewed submission tracks: full papers (with accepted papers published in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science); and short papers (with separate proceedings available at the conference).

On this site you will find regularly updated information about all aspects of the conference, from call for papers and conference program to submissions, travel, accommodation.

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