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CoNEXT Student Workshop 2009 : ACM CoNEXT 2009 Student Workshop

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Link: http://conferences.sigcomm.org/co-next/2009/workshops/student/
 
When Dec 1, 2009 - Dec 4, 2009
Where Rome, Italy
Submission Deadline Sep 14, 2009
Notification Due Oct 5, 2009
Final Version Due Oct 12, 2009
Categories    student   communications   networks
 

Call For Papers

Motivation

The 5th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT), to be held in Rome, Italy, 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 2009 Student Workshop aims at providing the opportunity 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 (max. 2 pages long) from graduate students describing ongoing research work for potential presentation at the ACM CoNEXT 2009 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

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to)

* Internet measurement and modeling
* Wireless networks
* Mobile and cellular networks
* Ad hoc and sensor networks
* Economic aspects of the Internet
* Network security
* Data center networks
* Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
* Routing and traffic engineering
* Delay and disruption tolerant networks
* New networking protocols
* Future Internet architectures

Selected abstracts will be published in the ACM CoNEXT 2009 proceedings and authors will be required to present their work through a poster session.
Submissions

Submitted papers must follow the ACM CoNEXT 2009 Formatting Guidelines (http://conferences.sigcomm.org/co-next/2009/submission.php) EXCEPT for the following two differences:

* Paper is 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.

Posters for accepted abstracts should have the following size: DIN A0 (841 x 1189 mm; 33.1 x 46.8 inches). ACM CoNEXT 2009 will provide boards and easels for prposters to the conference.

Important Dates
Submissions due September 14, 2009
Notification of acceptance October 5, 2009
Camera ready version due October 12, 2009
Workshop date December 1, 2009

PC Chairs Matthew Caesar University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Polly Huang National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Luigi Iannone Deutsche Telekom Laboratories AG — TUB, Germany

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