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                               Call for Demos
    The 44th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2019)

Osnabrück, Germany
October 14-17, 2019

## Scope

IEEE LCN 2019 will feature a demo session with the aim of providing
demonstrations that validate important research issues and/or show innovative
prototypes. Authors are invited to submit technical demonstrations showing
innovative and original research. Proposals (no more than 3 pages) must be
submitted via EDAS to the LCN Demo Track, and describe the scope, significance
and required equipment. The proposal should include one page that describes
what conference participants will be able to see or experience during the
demonstration. The authors are encouraged to highlight the research component
of the demo and explicitly mention the novelty of the showcased technology/

IEEE LCN is looking for demonstrations in all topics covered by the main
conference and/ or the symposium held in conjunction with LCN 2019. Research
prototypes as well as commercial products are welcome.

Demonstrations will be selected based on their merits and expected interest
from the LCN audience. A best demo award will be awarded to the demo with the
most votes from the audience.

## Important Dates

Demo Submission  : July 26, 2019
Demo Acceptance  : August 9, 2019
Demo Camera Ready: August 23, 2019

## Proposal Submission

A proposal should include:

 * scope and significance of the demo and the basic idea that it supports,
 * equipment to be used for the demo,
 * space and setup time needed,
 * any additional facilities needed including power and Internet/WiFi access.

Proposals (no more than 3 pages) can be submitted via EDAS:

Direct your questions to Demo Chair:
Katrin Reitsma <[log in to unmask]>

## Background Information

All demo proposals will be reviewed by the members of the Demo Board via an
EDAS score sheet. The scores will be provided to the authors along with the

For conference registration, a demo is not regarded as a paper, i.e.,

 * demo presenters with no accepted conference or symposium papers must select
   "non-author registration" when registering for the conference

 * demo presenters with accepted LCN or symposium papers incur no extra charge
   for a demo. The conference registration will cover their demo.

## Demonstration Chair
Katrin Reitsma, Motorola Solutions, USA

## Demo Board Members
Matthias Hollick, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Tom Pfeiffer, IoT Consult Europe, Germany
Adel Ben Mnaouer, Canadian University of Dubai, UAE
Tom Messerges, Motorola Solutions, USA
Olivier Mehani, Learnosity, Australia
Damla Turgut, University of Central Florida, USA
Tim Strayer, BBN Technologies, USA
Gary Kessler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Joe Bumblis, retired, USA
Kemal Akkaya, Florida International University, USA
Amine Dhraief, University of Manouba, Tunisia

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