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Call for Work-in-Progress Posters

The work-in-progress poster session will provide a forum for researchers to
showcase new and emerging work and obtain feedback on ongoing research from
workshop attendees. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
 
      * Network architecture design
      * Efficient acoustic communications
      * Cooperative underwater communications
      * Medium access control
      * Routing and forwarding
      * Reliable data transfer
      * Security and robustness
      * Power management
      * Data storage and management
      * Localization, timing, and synchronization
      * Data fusion, dissemination, tracking
      * Network modeling and simulations
      * Capacity analysis
      * New techniques for aquatic applications
      * New applications for underwater networks
      * Acoustic propagation modeling
      * Underwater network simulations
      * Underwater acoustic and optical testbeds
 
Poster Submission Instructions
 
Please submit an extended abstract (no more than 2 pages) of your poster as
a PDF e-mail attachment to <shengli at engr.uconn.edu> with the subject line
reading "WUWNet Poster Submission" before the deadline. Please be as
specific as possible in describing what you will show. Accepted abstracts
will be posted and maintained on the workshop website.

 
Important Dates

Extended abstract due date: 11:59pm (EST), August 15, 2008
 
Notification of acceptance: August 22, 2008
 
Web abstract due date: August 31, 2008
 
Workshop date: September 15, 2008
 
Work-In-Progress Poster Committee:
 
Shengli Zhou (Univ. of Connecticut)
Benyuan Liu  (UMASS, Lowell)  	
Tommaso Melodia (SUNY Buffalo)
Liuqing Yang (Univ. of Florida) 	
 
 
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Call for Demos
 
Demonstrations of innovative research, applications, and hardware/software
products are solicited. Demonstrations of technology, platforms,
applications and products for all aspects of underwater networks,
communications, and models are of strong interest. Submission from both
industry and universities are encouraged.

Demo Submission Instructions
 
Please submit an extended abstract (no more than 2 pages) of your demo as a
PDF e-mail attachment to:
 
<shengli at engr.uconn.edu>
 
with the subject line reading "WUWNet Demo Submission" before the deadline.
Please be as specific as possible in describing what you will demonstrate or
exhibit. The extended abstract should include a short description of space
and equipment requirements. Accepted abstracts will be posted and maintained
on the workshop website.

Important Dates
 
Extended abstract due date: 11:59pm (EST), August 15, 2008

Notification of acceptance: August 22, 2008
 
Web abstract due date: August 31, 2008
 
Workshop date: September 15, 2008
 
 
Demo Committee:
 
Zhong-Wen Guo (Ocean University of China, Tsingtao) Soo-Hyun Park (Kookmin
University, Korea) Chengshan Xiao (Missouri S&T University) Shengli Zhou
(Univ. of Connecticut)
 
 
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Poster/Demo Student Awards
 
This year, a long session will be reserved for the posters/demos. We will
also present student awards for this session. The judges will not be the
committee, but the workshop attendees. The procedure is as follows. Each
visitor has a number of "coins" (these will be given out with registration),
and next to each poster/demo, which has a student as the FIRST-AUTHOR, there
will be a "bag". After visiting a poster/demo, people can award it by
putting as many (or as few) coins as they feel it deserves into the bag. At
the end of the session, the bags are counted, and the winner(s) announced at
the closing of the workshop. The amount to be awarded, and the number of
awards will depend on the workshop budget.



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Dario Pompili, Ph.D.
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Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering CoRE Building - Room 615
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
96 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854
Phone: (732) 445-6400 ext. 202
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