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Xiaoming Fu <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 16 Oct 2006 20:47:32 +0200
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|                            MobiArch 2006                         |
|    The 1st ACM/IEEE International Workshop on Mobility in the    |
|                  Evolving Internet Architecture                  |
|                December 1, San Francisco, CA, USA                |
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|             Sponsored by IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SOCIETY             |
|           In-cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM and SIGMOBILE          |
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|         http://user.informatik.uni-goettingen.de/~mobiarch       |
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|                     CALL FOR PARTICIPATION                       |
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|               [apologies for multiple receipts]                  |

Dear colleague,

The 1st ACM/IEEE International Workshop on Mobility in the Evolving
Internet Architecture (MobiArch 2006) will be held in San Francisco,
California, USA, on December 1, 2006, in conjunction with IEEE GLOBECOM

* The Registration is already open. All the necessary information
for registrations and applications for VISA, may be found at the url
http://www.ieee-globecom.org/2006.  Please note that advanced
registrations will be accepted until October 30, 2006. Interested
participants should download a registration form from
indicating you're attending MobiArch'06 (W3), and send a fax to:
Conference Management Services
445 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, NJ 08855
Fax +1 (732) 465-6447
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

* After the rigorous review process, 11 good quality papers (out of 33
submissions) have been selected for presentation and discussion in the
workshop (see the accepted paper list below).

* There will be a panel session, with world-renowned experts discussing
state-of-the-art technologies and hot topics in mobility in the evolving
Internet architecture.

* More information on the whole technical program of MobiArch 2006
may be found at its webpage, (or the following url for PDF version:

•	Advanced registration: October 30, 2006
•	Workshop: December 1, 2006, 9:00-17:00

•	Charles Perkins, Nokia Research Center (US)
•	Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University (US)

•	Jon Crowcroft, University of Cambridge (UK)

•	Xiaoming Fu, University of Goettingen (DE)
•	Katherine Guo, Bell Labs (USA)

•	Jari Arkko, Ericsson (FI)
•	Raouf Boutaba, U. Waterloo (CA)
•	Kwok-Ho Chan, Nortel Networks (US)
•	Jon Crowcroft, U. Cambridge (UK)
•	Wesley Eddy, NASA/Verizon (US)
•	Xiaoming Fu, U. Goettingen (DE)
•	Ivano Guardini, Telecom Italia Lab (IT)
•	Katherine Guo, Bell Labs (US)
•	Dieter Hogrefe, U. Goettingen (DE)
•	Yuming Jiang, NTNU (NO)
•	Cornelia Kappler, Siemens (DE)
•	Rajeev Koodli, Nokia Research Center (US)
•	Ben Liang, U. Toronto (CA)
•	John Loughney, Nokia Research Center (FI)
•	Joerg Ott, Helsinki U of Techology (FI)
•	Charles Perkins, Nokia Research Center (US)
•	Christian Prehofer, Nokia (FI)
•	Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia U. (US)
•	Hannes Tschofenig, Siemens (DE)
•	Yabin Ye, Create-Net (IT)
•	Zhi-Li Zhang, U. Minnesoda (US)
•	Taieb Znati, U. Pittsburg/NSF (US)

With the recent development of technologies in wireless access and
mobile devices, terminal and network mobility have become an
indispensable component of today's Internet vision, and this is likely
to continue in the near future, while affecting the way of the whole
Internet architecture design. Yet, issues like efficient mobility
management and optimizations, locator-identifier split, multi-homing,
security and related operational/deployment concerns are still in their
early stages of development. Moreover, the Internet architecture, its
end-to-end principles and business models will require rethinking due to
the massive penetration of mobility into the Internet.

MobiArch'06 welcomes participation, both from researchers and
practitioners, in the exploration of recent advances in architectures,
protocols, and experiences with emerging technologies on mobility
support in the Internet, with an emphasis on new mobility protocols,
mobility and location management, mobile network performance,
multi-homing, security, architectural impacts and deployment considerations.

The workshop will include presentations and discussions of accepted
technical papers, as well as two keynote speeches and a panel session.
The proceedings will be published by ACM and ACM digital library.

Topics of MobiArch’06 cover all aspects of architectural issues and
system support for mobility in the Internet, including but not limited to:
•	Mobility impact on the Internet architecture
•	Architectures and protocols for mobility support in the Internet,
ranging from approaches in link layer, network, transport to
session/application layers and cross-layer design
•	Locator/identifier split, multihoming and load sharing issues
•	Security and privacy issues in mobility networks and impacts to
Internet architecture
•	QoS and middlebox issues in mobility networks and impacts to Internet
•	Economic and deployment issues of mobility infrastructure design

•	Application Protocol Design Considerations for a Mobile Internet
Joerg Ott (Helsinki University of Technology, FI)

•	CogNet - An Architectural Foundation for Experimental Cognitive Radio
Networks within the Future Internet
Dipankar Raychaudhuri (Rutgers Univ., US); Narayan Mandayam (WINLAB,
Rutgers University, US); Joseph Evans (University of Kansas, US);
Benjamin Ewy (University of Kansas, US); Srinivasan Seshan (Carnegie
Mellon University, US); Peter Steenkiste (Carnegie Mellon University, US)

•	Deploying Home Agent Load Sharing in Operational Mobile IPv6 Networks
Wolfgang Fritsche (IABG, DE); Ivano Guardini (Telecom Italia Lab, IT)

•	GSABA: A Generic Service Authorization Architecture
Florian Kohlmayer (Siemens AG, DE); Rafael Marin (University of Murcia,
ES); Hannes Tschofenig (Siemens AG, DE); Pedro Segura (Universidad de
Murcia, ES); Rainer Falk (Siemens AG, DE); Antonio Gomez-Skarmeta
(University of Murcia, ES); Santiago Zapata (University of Murcia, ES)

•	HIP Location Privacy Framework
Alfredo Matos (Universidade de Aveiro, PT); Justino Santos (Universidade
de Aveiro, PT); Joao Girao (NEC Europe Ltd., DE); Marco Liebsch (NEC
Europe Ltd, DE); Susana Sargento (Universidade de Aveiro, PT); Rui
Aguiar (Universidade de Aveiro, PT)

•	Mobility Architecture for the Global Internet
Phil Roberts (Motorola Labs, US); James Kempf (DoCoMo Labs, US)

•	MobiSplit: a Scalable Approach to Emerging Mobility Networks
Julien Abeille (NEC Europe Ltd, DE); Rui Aguiar (Universidade de Aveiro,
PT); Telemaco Melia (NEC Europe Ltd, DE); Patrick Stupar (Telecom Italia
Lab, IT); Ignacio Soto (University Carlos III of Madrid, ES)

•	Optimized FMIPv6 Handover using IEEE 802.21 MIH Services
Qazi Mussabbir (Brunel University, UK); Wenbing Yao (Brunel University, UK)

•	Protecting Mobile Devices from TCP Flooding Attacks
Yogesh Swami (Nokia Research Center, US); Hannes Tschofenig (Siemens AG, DE)

•	Signalling Cost Analysis of SINEMO: Seamless End-to-End Network Mobility
Abu Ahmed Reaz (University of Oklahoma, US); Pulak Chowdhury (Univ of
Oklahoma, US); Mohammed Atiquzzaman (University of Oklahoma, US);
William Ivancic (NASA Glenn Research Center, US)

•	Towards More Expressive Transport-Layer Interfaces
Lars Eggert (NEC Europe Ltd, DE); Wesley Eddy (Verizon / NASA, US)

For further information, please consult the MobiArch 2006 website at the
URL http://user.informatik.uni-goettingen.de/~mobiarch.

Xiaoming Fu