Call for Papers in PDF document

 

 

The Conference on Computer Communications

May 6-12, 2007, Anchorage, Alaska

The Twenty-sixth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Communications Society

http://www.ieee-infocom.org/2007/

 

General Chair:

Robert L. Baldwin

Alaska Science and Technology

r.baldwin@ieee.org

 

Technical Program Co-Chairs:

George Kesidis

Pennsylvania State University

kesidis@engr.psu.edu

Eytan Modiano

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

modiano@mit.edu

R. Srikant

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

rsrikant@uiuc.edu

 

Standing Committee Chair:

Harvey Freeman
Booz Allen Hamilton

h.freeman@ieee.org

 

Topics of Interest: Original papers are invited on recent advances in computer communications and networking. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

       Ad hoc mobile networks

Addressing & location management

Broadband access technologies

Capacity planning

Cellular & broadband wireless nets

Congestion control

Content distribution

Denial of service

IPv6 & IPv6 transition

Multicast & anycast

Multimedia protocols

Mobility models & systems

       Network applications & services

Network architectures

Network control by pricing

Network management

Novel network architectures

Optical networks

Peer-to-peer communications

Performance evaluation

Power control

Pricing & billing

Quality of service

Resource allocation & management

       Routing protocols

Scheduling & buffer management

Security, trust, & privacy

Self-organizing networks

Sensor nets & embedded systems

Service overlays

Switches & switching

Topology characterization &inference

Traffic analysis, engineering, & control

Virtual & overlay networks

Web services & performance

Wireless mesh networks and protocols

 

Paper Submissions: For INFOCOM'07, each submission will be limited to 9 pages. Upon submission in EDAS, authors will be asked to indicate whether they wish an abbreviated version (5 pages) of their paper to be considered for inclusion in special-topics INFOCOM mini-conferences in the event that the paper cannot be included in the main conference program.


 

Important Dates

Paper registration with EDAS: July 24, 2006

Full paper due 5pm EST, Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Notification of acceptance Monday, November 20, 2006

Final version due Thursday, January 18, 2007

See website for info on:

Submission instructions Program and registration

Local arrangements Student and travel grants

Component events:

Tutorials and Specialized Workshops

May 6 , 7, 11, 2007

Conference Sessions

May 8-10, 2007

Global Internet Workshop

May 11,12, 2007