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Giuseppe Bianchi <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 24 May 2009 23:10:53 +0200
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                        CALL FOR PAPERS

                          CoNEXT 2009
             The 5th ACM International Conference
     on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies
              Rome, Italy, December 1-4, 2009

                      Sponsored by

      ******* Registration Deadline --- June 12, 2009 *******
      ******* Submission Deadline   --- June 19, 2009 *******

The 5th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking
EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT), to be held in Roma,
will continue his approach to foster scientific and technological
exchanges between various international research communities in
Networking. The main conference will be preceded by a one-day
workshop, and will be a major forum for presentations and
discussions of novel networking technologies that will shape
the future of Internetworking. To improve interaction among
participants, the conference is single-track. It will feature
a high-quality technical program with significant opportunities
for individual and small-group cooperation, from both technical
and social viewpoints. ACM CoNEXT aims to encourage open discussions
on technology alternatives and to be a forum accommodating multiple
viewpoints, and is committed to a fair, timely, and thorough review
process providing authors of submitted papers with sound and detailed

ACM CoNEXT 2009 welcomes submissions based on implementation and
experimentation, as well as simulation and analytical approaches.
We solicit papers on emerging networking experiments, measurements,
paradigms, with particular emphasis on creative, out-of-the-box
thinking. Papers reporting on the deployment and performance of
services or exploring network functionality aimed at better supporting
new services are also appreciated. Relevant topics for the conference
include, but are not limited to the following:

    - Internet measurement and modeling
    - Wireless networks
    - Mobile and cellular networks
    - Ad hoc and sensors networks
    - Economic aspects of the Internet
    - Network security issues
    - Data center networks
    - Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
    - Routing and traffic engineering
    - Delay and disruption tolerant networks
    - New networking protocols and architectures

Submissions must be original, unpublished work, and not under
consideration at another conference or journal. Conformance to
the 12 pages, 10pts ACM SIGCOMM format will be strictly enforced.
Electronic proceedings will be published by ACM, and the best
papers forwarded to the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking for
possible fast-track publication. Travel grants will be available
to support student attendance at the conference.

Important dates
    - Conference Paper Title and Abstract submission June 12, 2009
    - Conference Paper Paper submission June 19, 2009
    - Notification of Conference Paper Acceptance September 4, 2009
    - Conference December 1-4, 2009

Organization committee
    - Conference Chairs
           * Jörg Liebeherr              University of Toronto
           * Giorgio Ventre              University of Napoli
    - TPC Chairs
           * Ernst Biersack              EURECOM
           * S. Keshav                   University of Waterloo
    - Steering Committee
           * Arturo Azcorra              Univ. Carlos III and IMDEA Net.
           * Kenjiro Cho                 IIJ Research Labs
           * Serge Fdida                 University Pierre and Marie Curie
           * Roch Guérin                 University of Pennsylvania
           * Jim Kurose                  University of Massachusetts
           * Laurent Mathy               Lancaster University

Program Committee Members
  - Sharad Agarwal          Microsoft Research, USA
  - Jussara Almeida         Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
  - Kevin Almeroth          University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
  - Jorn Altmann            Seoul National University, South Korea
  - Giuseppe Bianchi        University of Rome Tor Vergata
  - Torsten Braun           University of Bern
  - Andrew Campell          Dartmouth College, USA
  - Matthew Cesar           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,USA
  - Augustin Chaintreau     Thomson, France
  - Jon Crowcroft           University of Cambridge, UK
  - Andrzej Duda            Grenoble INP
  - Nick Feamster           Georgia Tech, USA
  - Lixin Gao               University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
  - Paolo Giaccone          Politecnico di Torino
  - Albert Greenberg        Microsoft Research, USA
  - Krishna Gummadi         MPI-SWS, Germany
  - Urs Hengartner          University of Waterloo, Canada
  - Charlie Hu              Purdue University, USA
  - Holger Karl             University Paderborn, Germany
  - Martin Karsten          University of Waterloo, Canada
  - Boon Loo                University of Pennsylvania
  - Ibrahim Matta           Boston University, USA
  - Katia Obraczka          University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
  - Max Ott                 NICTA, Australia
  - Venkata N. Padmanabhan  Microsoft Research, India
  - K.K. Ramakrishnan       AT&T Labs, USA
  - Bhaskaran Raman         Indian Institute of Technology, India
  - Sanjay G. Rao           Purdue University, USA
  - Narasimha Reddy         Texas A&M University, USA
  - Luigi Rizzo             Universita' di Pisa
  - Pablo Rodriguez         Telefonica Research, Spain
  - Dan Rubenstein          Columbia University, USA
  - Angelos Stavrou         George Mason University, USA
  - Renata Teixeira         UPMC, France
  - Kobus van der Merwe     AT&T Labs, USA
  - Joerg Widmer            DoCoMo Euro-Labs, Germany
  - Yin Zhang               University of Texas at Austin, USA
  - Zhi-Li Zhang            University of Minnesota, USA
  - Yongguang Zhang         Microsoft Research, China