Call for papers

The focus theme of this workshop is Wireless Mesh Networks -- A Viable Alternative.
Today, the new and emerging form of fully distributed wireless networks -- Wireless Mesh Networks appear to be providing a viable alternative for next generation wireless networking. Wireless Mesh Networks have applications ranging from civilian wireless Internet applications to tactical and emergency response applications. The flexibility and inexpensiveness of Wireless Mesh Networks add another dimension to their acceptability. Though the Wireless Mesh Networks appear as a viable alternative to the existing wireless infrastructure, many problems require research effort in order to meet the expected success in wireless mesh networking. Some of the important problems in wireless mesh networking are network architectural solutions for throughput capacity and network scalability, protocol design for efficiency and scalability, research solutions for security, trust, and fault tolerance, and time sensitive traffic support.

This workshop focuses on the core issues of design, analysis, experimentation of end-to-end solutions that can make wireless mesh networks a viable solution for next generation wireless networking. We invite researchers and practitioners to submit theoretical and experimental results on topics of interest included but not limited to the following:

 


 

       Author Guidelines

Authors should submit an electronic version of the manuscript either in Postscript or PDF format as an email attachment to General Co-Chairs.   Authors must follow the formatting guidelines     provided by the IEEE 2-column style. The page limit for full papers is 8 pages for full paper and 5 pages for short papers, including figures, tables and references. The minimum font size to be used is 10. All submissions will undergo a thorough review by the program committee. Each accepted paper must be presented at the workshop and all the accepted papers will be published in the workshop CD proceedings and online at the workshop website.
 

       Important Dates

 

 

Submission Deadline:

August 31, 2006

September 15, 2006

September 17, 2006

Acceptance Notification:

October 25, 2006

Camera-ready Deadline:

November 4, 2006

Workshop:

December 18, 2006