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AASN 2008 : First International Workshop on Autonomous and Automated Sensor Networks

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Link: http://sigappfr.acm.org/cstst08/workshops/aasn
 
When Oct 27, 2008 - Oct 27, 2008
Where Paris, France
Submission Deadline Aug 17, 2008
Notification Due Sep 7, 2008
Categories    sensor networks
 

Call For Papers

First International Workshop on Autonomous and Automated Sensor Networks, AASN

Summary and topics
Thanks to technological advances, wired and wireless sensor networks are attracting an increasing attention that promotes their large-scale deployments in many applications, such as environmental monitoring, military surveillance, and scientific exploration. Continuous improvements are motivating works in addressing specific sensor network issues spanning hardware, network protocols, architecture, operating systems, and applications. Furthermore, emergent needs to fulfill a variety of heterogeneous requirements are highlighting the importance of multidisciplinary networks that control their processing and manage their resources by means of self-organizing techniques. These techniques particularly require sharing the decision-making process over hundreds of low-power, short lifetimes sensors. The achievement of this goal is still facing an urgent and challenging question on how to provide these spatially distributed sensors with reasonable autonomy that help them in performing the right action, at the right time for the sake of fulfilling current requirements while increasing the lifetime of the entire sensor network and guaranteeing reliable and enduring pathway communications. Automating the sensor network activities is also an urgent and challenging issue especially that commonly sensing devices are operating unattended in remote and hostile areas where manual maintenance is nearly impossible. Since predefined and late decisions do not help much in improving the efficiency of networked sensing devices, automation and autonomy are very important mechanisms in addressing upcoming developments that target multi-services, collaborating, or competing sensor networks. To reach these goals, the first International Workshop on Automated and Autonomous Sensor Networks is seeking novel ideas in the following topics that include, but not limited to:

Heterogeneous sensor networks
Multi-service sensor networks
Sensor network control
Automated sensing activities
Competing sensors or sensor networks
Collaborating sensors and sensor networks
Semantic-based management of sensor networks
Resource management in sensor networks
Context awareness in sensor networks
Self-organization and self-adaptation in sensor networks
New architectures and protocols for sensor networks
New sensor network applications
Sensor network maintenance
Intelligent sensors and sensor networks
Data management in sensor networks
Data and resource sharing in sensor networks

Chairs
NafaĆ¢ Jabeur (point of contact)
Computer Science Department,
Dhofar University
Postal Code: 211
Salalah, Sultanate of Oman
Email: nafaa_jabeur@du.edu.om
Youssef Iraqi
Computer Science Department,
Dhofar University
Postal Code: 211
Salalah, Sultanate of Oman
Email: y_iraqi@du.edu.om
Technical program committee

Phil Graniero, University of Windsor, Canada
Jiannong Cao, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Gianluca Moro, University of Bologna, Italy
Stefano Avallone, University of Naples, Italy
Nabil Sahli, Telematica Institute, Netherlands
Athanasios Gkelias, Imperial College, UK
Khalil El-Khatib, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
Youssef Iraqi, Dhofar University, Oman
Gregory S. Yovanof, Athens Information Technology, Greece
Bernard Moulin, Laval University, Canada
Vasilis Friderikos, King's College London, UK
Michael Lauer, Goethe-University of Frankfurt, Germany
Nafaa Jabeur, Dhofar University, Oman

Submission guidelines
This Submissions must be in an electronic form as PDF or MS Word files and should be uploaded using the conference website.
Full paper submissions should be in ACM format with a limit of 6 pages.
Papers that fail to comply with length limit will be rejected.
Submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least 3 independent reviewers of the PC.
Selection criteria will include: relevance, significance, impact, originality, technical soundness, and quality of presentation.
Preference will be given to submissions that take strong or challenging positions on important emergent topics. At least one author should attend the workshop to present the paper.
The conference Proceedings will be indexed by ACM Digital Libraries and published with an ISBN.
Important dates

Submission deadline: August 17th 2008
Acceptance notification: September 07th 2008
Camera ready papers: September 17th 2008

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