Changing Internetworking Paradigms

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CoNext '06 CFP

Final Call for Papers

(.pdf one page version of the call here)

The 2nd CoNext conference follows the highly successful one held in Toulouse, France in 2005. CoNext 2006 will be a major forum in the area of future networking technologies. CoNext emphasizes synergies between various international and technical communities. The conference will feature a single-track, high quality technical program with significant opportunities for technical and social interaction among a close-knit community of participants. CoNext aims to be open and accommodating to multiple viewpoints and is committed to fairness in the review process and to returning deep and sound technical feedback to authors of submitted paper.

CoNext 2006 will emphasize the emerging new paradigms for large-scale, ubiquitous networking. These generally aim to achieve new functionality to support advanced networked services and to provide seamless integration for embedded, wireless, and mobile devices into the network fabric. Relevant topics for the conference include (but not limited to) the following:

 Autonomic communications
 Pervasive networks
 Delay and disruption tolerant networks
 Dependable networks
 Experimental networks and testbeds
 Mobility
 Content distribution
 Network and protocol architecture
 Networked games
 Economic aspects of the Internet
 Wireless communication
 Ad-hoc and sensor networks
 Measurement and monitoring
 Network management
 Security and privacy
 Overlay and peer-to-peer Networks
 Multimedia applications
 Optical networking
 Micro vs. macro Internet modeling
 Traffic and network engineering
 Routing, forwarding and addressing
 SLA and service engineering
 Traffic and network engineering
 Clean-slate approaches to networking
 Incentive to cooperate, micro-payments

Submitted papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted to another conference or journal for publication. Papers must be submitted in electronic format following the instructions provided on the CoNEXT web site and no more than 12 pages long in the ACM Sigcomm format (strictly enforced) [check submission instructions]. The conference proceedings will be published by ACM. The best paper will be fast-tracked to ToN.



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