[MMB] CfP for ICN'05 and PWC'05

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Wed Jun 23 16:12:57 MEST 2004


Please accept my apologies if you receive multiple copies of these 2 CfP

- ICN'05 : 4th International Conference on Networking - April 17-21, 2005 -
Reunion Island    http://www.iaria.org/conferences/ICN05.html
- PWC'05 : 10th IFIP International Conference on Personal Wireless
Communications - August 25-27, 2005 Colmar, France
http://conf.uha.fr/PWC05.html
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CALL FOR PAPERS 
4th International Conference on Networking 
ICN'05
April 17-21, 2005 Reunion Island

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The 2005 IEEE International Conference on Networking (ICN'05) is organized
is technically co-sponsored by IEEE/Comsoc CSIM committee, IEEE/Computer by
IEE and by the International Academy, Research and Industry Association
(IARIA). ICN'05 is organized by academic, research and industrial partners
will be held from Sunday April 17, 2005 to Thursday April 21, 2005. The
proceedings will be published by LNCS. 
In order to encourage closer interaction between academic and industrial
networking research communities, we solicit both academic, research , and
industrial contributions. The 4th edition of ICN will be held in Reunion
Island. ICN 2005 will offer tutorials, plenary sessions, poster sessions,
panels, and exhibition opportunities. 

TOPICS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following: 

Communications switching and routing  
Communications modelling  
Communications security  
Computer communications  
Multimedia and multicast communications  
Next Generation Network 
Network Management, scheduling and policy  
Quality of Service, reliability
Wireless Communications (Satellite, WLL, 4G, Ad Hoc, Sensor networks)  
Voice over IP  
Network, control and service architectures
Storage Area Networks
Access and Home Networks
Network signalling, pricing and billing
Optical networking 
Distributed communications
Traffic engineering, High-Speed Networks  
Telecommunication networks architectures  
Performance evaluation, tools, simulation  
Mobile networking and systems  
Applications and case studies  
Protocol design and evaluation  
MPLS, GMPLS
Peer-to-Peer and overlay networking
Network middleware
Communication Theory
Signal Processing in Communications 

These topics can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art,
standards, implementations, running experiments and applications. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS 

Only .PDF or .DOC files will be accepted for paper submission. All received
papers will be acknowledged. The files should be sent to via  Only .PDF or
.DOC files will be accepted for paper submission. All received papers will
be acknowledged. The files should be sent to via
http://194.167.108.38/edas/SubmitICN.html

Papers must use single-column per page, double spacing and Times New Roman
style characters with 12-point font size. The paper size should be so as
not to exceed 8 pages when it is converted to the camera-ready format (two
columns, single spacing, Times New Roman style characters, 10-point font
size) after acceptance. All the manuscripts must be written in English. The
top of the first page of each paper should include the title of the paper,
authors' name, position, address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail of the
author responsible for correspondence and a list of four keywords. The
deadline for submission of the paper is October 10, 2004 with notification
of acceptance by November 10, 2004. The paper should have at least 5 pages
length. Submission of camera-ready paper is by December 10, 2004. 

Authors of accepted papers will later be required to submit an LNCS
copyright form, please assure that you have all necessary authorizations in
place. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit full-length
manuscripts for inclusion in the proceedings to be published in LNCS series
of Springer-Verlag. Final versions of accepted papers should not exceed 12
pages and must be structured according to the instructions of
Springer-Verlag. LNCS Authors Instructions sub page is available at:
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.

For more information please contact: icn05 at iaria.org

Check our Web page at http://www.iaria.org/conferences/ICN05.html or
http://193.252.19.22/conferences/ICN05.html for the latest information
concerning the conference. Best papers will be forwarded for consideration
in a special issue of a journal. 

TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS 

Tutorials and workshops provide overviews of current high interest topics.
Proposals for half of full day tutorials are due by October 10, 2004. 

IMPORTANT DATES 

Extended Abstract or full paper deadline          October 10, 2004
Authors Notification:                                        November 10, 2004
Camera ready, full papers due:                        December 10, 2004

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CALL FOR PAPERS 
10th IFIP International Conference on  Personal Wireless Communications 
PWC'05
August 25-27, 2005, Colmar, France

GENERAL INFORMATION 

PWC provides an international forum for discussions between researchers,
practitioners and students interested in new developments in mobile
computing and wireless networks. PWC'2005 is the tenth conference of this
series and is sponsored by IFIP WG 6.8, and will be held in Colmar, France.
The conference will consist of three days of scientific presentations. 

TOPICS OF SPECIAL INTEREST 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following: 
Mobile and Wireless Networking 
IP-based Mobile Networks 
Mobility Management 
Evolution of 3G Systems 
Future Generation Systems 
Integration of Heterogeneous Mobile and Wireless Networks 
QoS in Mobile and Wireless Networks 
Ad Hoc Networks and Networks of Ad Hoc Networks 
Self-organization of Wireless Networks 
Personal Area Networks, Body Area Networks, and Personal Networks 
Wireless Sensor Networks 
Wireless LAN 
Softwares for wireless systems 
Ultra-Wide Band and Short-range Networks 
Energy-efficient Protocols and Power Management 
Security and Privacy in Mobile and Wireless Networks 
AAA (Authentication, Authorization and Accounting) in Mobile and Wireless
Networks 
Transport layer issues in Mobile and Wireless Networks 
Analysis, Simulation and Measurement of Mobile and Wireless Networks 
Cross-layer design in Mobile and Wireless Networks 
Mobile and Wireless Applications 

These topics can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art,
standards, implementations, running experiments and applications. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS 

Only .PDF or .DOC files will be accepted for paper submission. All received
papers will be acknowledged. The files should be sent via EDAS to
http://grtc2.uha.fr/edas/PaperSubmission.html 
Papers must use single-column per page, double spacing and Times New Roman
style characters with 12-point font size. The paper size should be so as
not to exceed 8 pages when it is converted to the camera-ready format (two
columns, single spacing, Times New Roman style characters, 10-point font
size) after acceptance. All the manuscripts must be written in English. The
top of the first page of each paper should include the title of the paper,
authors' name, position, address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail of the
author responsible for correspondence and a list of four keywords. The
deadline for submission of the extended abstracts or full paper is January
10, 2005 with notification of acceptance by February 15, 2005. The extended
abstracts should have at least 4 pages length. Submission of camera-ready
paper is by March 15, 2005. 

For more information please contact:

Pascal LORENZ 
University of Haute Alsace 
34 rue du Grillenbreit 
68008 Colmar, France 
Phone: 33 (0)389202366 Fax: 33 (0)389202359 Mobile: 33 (0)632630204
E-mail: lorenz at ieee.org or pascal.lorenz at uha.fr

Check our Web page at http://conf.uha.fr/PWC05.html for the latest
information concerning the conference. Best papers will be forwarded for
consideration in a special issue of a journal.  

TUTORIALS

Tutorials provide overviews of current high interest topics. Proposals for
half of full day tutorials are due by January 10, 2005. 

IMPORTANT DATES 

Extended Abstract or full paper deadline          January 10, 2005
Authors Notification:                                       February 15, 2005
Camera ready, full papers due:                        March 15, 2005







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