iCOST 2012 : International Conference on Selected Topics in Mobile & Wireless Networks
Call For Papers
CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
The International Conference on Selected Topics (iCOST’2012) in Mobile & Wireless
Networking will be held in Avignon, France (http://lia.univ-avignon.fr/icost2012/)
from July 2 to 4, 2012. As an important part of the program at iCOST 2012, a
limited number of workshops will be held in conjunction with the main conference.
The workshops aim to explore special topics and provide international forums
for researchers to present their early research results and share experiences
with focus on more specific research areas than the main conference. We solicit
workshops in all areas and topics related to wireless networking, mobile
computing, mobile and wireless communications, pervasive computing and
networking, and its services and applications.
All papers accepted in iCOST 2012 workshops will be published in the iCOST 2012
Proceedings published by IEEE. The workshops will be held on July 2, 2012.
The workshop proposal should contain the following information:
1. The title of the workshop.
2. Biography of the main organizer(s) (100-200 words)
3. A brief description of the workshop (eg. the goals and its relevance
to the main conference, etc.).
4. The names of potential program committee members (TPC).
5. Expected number of submissions, like contributors, and target audience.
6. A description of the publicity plan (including an URL address).
7. A draft call for papers (CFP).
To keep the production of the conference proceedings on track, we will use
the following submission and acceptance deadlines for all accepted workshops:
• Paper submission deadline: March 15, 2012
• Notifications: April 15, 2012
• Final submission: May 1, 2012
Workshop organizers should send their workshop proposals to the workshop
co-chairs at the email addresses given below by January 5, 2012.
The proposals can be submitted in PDF or plain text. Acceptance/rejection
notification will be sent to workshop organizers by January 10, 2012.
Thomas Kunz, Carleton University, Canada (tkunz(at)sce.carleton.ca)
Peter Mueller, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland (pmu(at)zurich.ibm.com)