CoNEXT Student Workshop 2011 : ACM CoNEXT 2011 Student Workshop
Call For Papers
IMPORTANT: Students with accepted posters will be given a higher priority in making Student Travel Grant decisions, which will be available to students to attend the main CoNEXT conference and Student Workshop.
Call for papers
ACM CoNEXT 2011 Student Workshop
Held in conjunction with
The 7th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT)
December 6, 2011
The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
The 7th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT),
to be held in Tokyo, Japan, will continue as a forum for fostering scientific and technological
exchanges between various international research communities in networking.
Following the success of previous years, the main conference will be preceded with a one day
Student Workshop. The ACM CoNEXT 2011 Student Workshop aims at providing a platform
for graduate students in the areas of computer networks and data
communication to divulge their ongoing research efforts, even if at an early
stage. The venue also represents a unique opportunity for students to network
with other young researchers as well as more experienced ones, receiving
constructive feedback, guidance, tips, and learning about cutting-edge research
problems being tackled by the student community.
We invite submissions of abstracts of up to 2 pages from graduate students
describing ongoing research work for potential presentation at the ACM CoNEXT
2011 Student Workshop. Research that addresses non-standard topics and
controversial problems and approaches is of particular interest. Submission of
work in an early stage is particularly encouraged.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) :
Internet measurement and modeling
Economic aspects of networks
Networked games or multimedia applications
Routing and traffic engineering
Mobile and cellular networks
Ad hoc and sensor networks
Online social networks
Peer-to-peer, overlay and content distribution networks
Delay and disruption tolerant networks
New networking protocols and architectures
Applications of network science in communication networks
Interface among networking, communications and information theory
Selected abstracts will be published in the ACM CoNEXT 2011 proceedings and
authors will be required to present their work through a poster session.
Please follow the ACM CoNEXT 2011 Formatting Guidelines
for the following two differences:
- Papers are limited to TWO (2) pages only. This includes ALL figures,
tables, appendices, etc.
- Please provide only author names and affiliations; it is not necessary
to add PAPER ID and number of pages.
Abstracts can be submitted at: http://edas.info/N10607
After having submitted their abstracts, all PhD students will be asked to
comment on 1 - 2 submitted abstracts. This will allow the students to see the
ongoing research of the others before the workshop to facilitate discussion,
feedback, and potential collaboration. These comments will not be used by the
PC to select which posters appear at the workshop, and authors will be given
the option to exclude their abstracts from comments by other students.
Posters for accepted abstracts should have the following size: DIN A0
(841 x 1189 mm; 33.1 x 46.8 inches).
ACM CoNEXT 2011 will provide boards and easels for posters to the conference.
Authors are responsible for printing and mounting their posters.
Abstract submission: September 2, 2011 (19:00 EDT)
Notification of acceptance: September 19, 2011
Camera ready: October 31, 2011
Workshop: December 6, 2011
STUDENT TRAVEL GRANTS
A number of grants will be available to students to attend the main conference
as well as to participate in the ACM CoNEXT 2011 Student Workshop. In
making Student Travel Grant decisions, students with accepted posters
at the ACM CoNext 2011 Student Workshop will be given higher priority.
More details will be available soon.
Hyun-chul Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea (email@example.com)
Dimitrios Koutsonikolas, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Costin Raiciu, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania (email@example.com)
TECHNICAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Aruna Balasubramanian (University of Washington, USA)
Randy Bush (Internet Initiative Japan, Japan)
Augustin Chaintreau (Columbia University, USA)
Hamed Haddadi (University of London, UK)
Pan Hui (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Germany)
Felipe Huici (NEC Laboratories, Germany)
Steve Ko (University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA)
Ted Taekyoung Kwon (Seoul National University, South Korea)
Cristian Lumezanu (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Sue Moon (KAIST, South Korea)
Dragos Niculescu (Politehnica University Bucharest, Romania)
Konstantinos Pelechrinis (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Antonio Pescape (University of Napoli Federico II, Italy)
Lucian Popa (HP Labs, USA)
Georgios Smaragdakis (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories and the Technical University of Berlin, Germany)
Ryuji Wakikawa (Toyota ITC, USA)
Yi Yung (KAIST, South Korea)