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GSN 2009 : First Workshop on Global Sensor Networks


When Mar 6, 2009 - Mar 6, 2009
Where Kassel, Germany
Submission Deadline Oct 31, 2008
Notification Due Nov 30, 2008
Final Version Due Dec 27, 2008
Categories    sensor networks

Call For Papers


Global sensor networks (GSN) are an emergent research area aiming to
offer applications easy and efficient access to sensor data at the scale
of billions of sensing devices. While a single sensor network typically
provides access to information of a limited geographical area and
selected types of sensor data, a GSN provides an application with
uniform and transparent access to a multitude of individual sensor
networks that may be geographically dispersed, aggregating and
correlating different types of data as appropriate for the application.
The challenges imposed by global sensor networks are relevant to many
fields in computer communications and distributed systems such as sensor
networks, complex event and stream processing, pervasive computing, and
P2P overlays. This workshop intends to bring together researchers and
practitioners working in relevant fields in order to share ideas,
challenges and visions on Global Sensor Networks as well as to foster
new cooperation.


GSN'09 is looking for contributions related but not limited to the
following list of topics in the domain of Global Sensor Networks:
- Sensor network protocols
- Complex event processing
- Distributed stream processing
- P2P overlays
- Middleware
- Security
- Query processing and optimization
- Quality of service
- Applications


Papers should be submitted in PDF format via the workshop page.
Contributions may present
i) novel and possibly preliminary research results (full papers 12
pages, short papers 6 pages) ,
ii) position papers describing major challenges (6 pages),
iii) new trends from the industry (2 pages).
Each submission will be reviewed by three members of the program
committee and are selected according to their originality, quality,
and relevance to the workshop topics. Accepted papers will appear in
the KIVS Workshop proceedings (publisher to be announced). For accepted
papers at least one author must register with the workshop and give a
presentation at the workshop. Submissions must follow the KIVS
formatting guidelines and must not exceed the given page limits. Note
that contributions in English as well as in German are welcome.


Submission deadline: 31/10/2008
Author Notification: 30/11/2008
Camera Ready: 27/12/2008


Klaus Herrmann, Universität Stuttgart
Boris Koldehofe, Universität Stuttgart

Program Committee
Falko Dressler (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Wilfried Elmenreich (Universität Klagenfurt)
Christof Fetzer (Universität Dresden)
Stefan Fischer (Universität Lübeck)
Thomas Fuhrmann (TU München)
Marcus Handte (Universität Bonn)
Holger Karl (Universität Paderborn)
Pedro Marron (Universität Bonn)
Hartmut Ritter (ScatterWeb GmbH)
Kay Römer (ETH Zürich)
Jochen Schiller (FU Berlin)
Stefan Weber (Trinity College, Dublin)
Klaus Wehrle (RWTH Aachen)

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