[MMB] [Icnp_tpc] ICNP 2004: Call for Student Posters

Hartmut König koenig at Informatik.TU-Cottbus.DE
Mon Jul 12 15:03:31 MEST 2004

                      CALL FOR STUDENT POSTERS

12th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP'04)

                          Berlin, Germany
                         October 5-8, 2004


The ICNP 2004 conference will have a student poster session to showcase
partially completed research or "work-in-progress". The poster session
will provide a great chance for students to obtain feedback on ongoing
research from knowledgable conference attendees. Topics of interest are

protocol testing and analysis        protocol design and implementation
network measurement and monitoring              security and resiliency
peer-to-peer/overlay protocols                        routing protocols
wireless and mobile networks                 ad-hoc and sensor networks
QoS and signaling                           flow and congestion control
multimedia                                           distributed gaming

The primary author of a poster submission must be a student. While the
poster need not describe completed work, it should report on research
for which at least preliminary results are available.

Poster proposals must be submitted as a single postscript or pdf file
with no more than 2 pages. The first page must contain an abstract
describing the research content of the poster, along with title,
authors, institutional affiliations and contact information.


Submission due (hard deadline):                         July 23rd, 2004
Acceptance notification:                               August 6th, 2004

A poster must be submitted by email to kasera at cs.utah.edu with the pdf
(preferably) or postscript file of the poster as an attachment. The
subject of the email should be "ICNP 2004 - Student Poster Submission".

Any questions should be emailed to the Student Poster Co-Chairs, Sneha
Kumar Kasera (kasera at cs.utah.edu) or Hans Scholten
(J.Scholten at ewi.utwente.nl).

An accepted poster must be presented in text and figures, describing the
research, on a 30'' by 40'' rectangular board. The authors may choose to
print out several sheets of papers, or a single large poster paper.


Hartmut Koenig,  Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, Germany
Wolfgang Effelsberg, University of Mannheim, Germany


Tom La Porta, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Ram Ramjee, Bell Labs, USA
Hartmut Koenig,  Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus (vice chair)

Wolfgang Effelsberg, Univ. of Mannheim, Germany

Martina Zitterbart, Univ. of Karlsruhe, Germany

Sneha Kumar, Univ. of Utah, USA
Hans Scholten, Univ. of Twente, The Netherland

Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech, USA
Ken Calvert, Univ. of Kentucky, USA
Mohamed Gouda, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Teruo Higashino, Osaka University, Japan
Simon Lam, University of Texas at Austin, USA
David Lee, Bell Labs, USA
Ming T. (Mike) Liu, Ohio State University, USA
Raymond Miller, University of Maryland, USA
Krishan Sabnani, Bell Labs, USA

Hartmut König                                     Tel: +49  355 69 22 36
koenig at informatik.tu-cottbus.de                   Fax: +49  355 69 21 27
                                 BTU Cottbus

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