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IEEE PerGroup 2010 : IEEE Workshop on Pervasive Group Communication @ IEEE GLOBECOM 2010


When Dec 6, 2010 - Dec 6, 2010
Where Miami, FL, USA
Submission Deadline Jul 11, 2010
Notification Due Aug 12, 2010
Final Version Due Aug 31, 2010
Categories    communications   networking   engineering   mobile

Call For Papers


** 1st Workshop on Pervasive Group Communication (IEEE PerGroup) **


Miami, FL, USA, December 6, 2010,

held in conjunction with IEEE GLOBECOM 2010,

and co-sponsored by IEEE HCCTC sub-committee,
G-Lab, and The unbelievable Machine Company

Group communications have passed from research to deployment and back to a
research issue. Newly deployed services, in particular IPTV, P2P content
distribution, and collaborative applications, are stimulating current research
on multicast, broadcast, concast, and anycast. Emerging design issues for a
future multi-service Internet combined with the dynamic development of wireless
access techonologies challenge the community to rethink the position of group
communications along the stack.

The PerGroup workshop invites the community to share efforts in search of
seamless, pervasive group services, and to discuss directions on a
human-centric multi-service Inter-networking architecture. We welcome
contributions that design new solutions or analyze existing deployments, but
also those that present striking problem statements or early conceptual work.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

System Design & Methodology:
- Architectures and protocols for fixed, wireless and ad hoc networks
- Protocols and interfaces for intuitive group communications
- Intra- and Inter-domain group communication
- Native, overlay (including P2P) and hybrid multicast
- Topology analysis & measuring, mining and modeling of
- media-rich social networks
- Measurement, simulation and analytical studies as well as deployment

Supporting Technologies:
- Multipath routing / extension of emerging routing schemes
- Cooperative relaying and network coding
- Service placement and service location
- Security and privacy issues for multicast, anycast, and broadcast
- Real-time and QoS aspects

- Adaptive content distribution, e.g., video broadcasting
- Application-layer traffic optimization and provider interaction
- Multicast & anycast in a future multi-service Internet
- New data distribution models to facilitate group communication
- Frameworks for human centric based group communications

Full paper: June 25, 2010
Notification: August 12, 2010
Final version: August 31, 2010

Workshop Co-Chairs:

- Thomas C. Schmidt, HAW Hamburg, Germany
- Matthias Wählisch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- Georg Wittenburg, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Program Committee:

- Kevin C. Almeroth, UC Santa Barbara, USA
- Emmanuel Baccelli, INRIA, France
- Rick Boivie, IBM Watson Research Center, USA
- Torsten Braun, University of Bern, Switzerland
- John Buford, Avaya Labs Research, USA
- Ran Canetti, Tel Aviv University, Israel
- Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge, UK
- Marshall Eubanks, AmericaFree.TV, USA
- Gorry Fairhurst, University of Aberdeen, UK
- Xiaoming Fu, University of Goettingen, Germany
- Xing Jin, UST Hong Kong, China
- Nenad Medvidovi, U. of Southern California, USA
- Imed Romdhani, Edinburgh Napier University, UK
- Thomas C. Schmidt, HAW Hamburg, Germany
- Piet Van Mieghem, TU Delft, Netherlands
- Stig Venaas, Cisco Systems, USA
- Matthias Wählisch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- Jörg Widmer, DoCoMo Euro-Labs, Germany
- Georg Wittenburg, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- Heather Yu, Huawei, USA
- Thomas Zahn, Nokia, Germany
- Martina Zitterbart, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Authors are invited to submit full papers of up to five double-column, IEEE
conference-style pages. One additional page will be allowed with additional
publication fee. All submitted papers will be carefully evaluated by at least
three reviewers based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and
clarity of expression. Accepted papers will appear in the IEEE GLOBECOM
proceedings and will be included in IEEE digital library.

At least one of the authors of accepted papers must attend the workshop to
present the paper. An accepted paper must be registered before the registration
deadline. IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after
the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented
at the workshop. In case of double submissions or (self-)plagiarism, the paper
will be excluded from the technical program.

Further information:

For further information regarding PerGroup 2010 and paper submission, please

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