Call for Workshop Proposals
The IEEE INFOCOM 2011 conference will be held in Shanghai, China,
April 10-15, 2011.The program will feature technical sessions, tutorials, panel discussions and workshops.
The aims of the workshops are to explore special topics, and provide a forum for researchers to present early research results and share experiences focused on more specific research areas than the main conference. There were four workshops at Infocom 2010, and the organizers of Infocom 2011 welcome more quality workshops in 2011, and encourage new workshop proposals on emerging topics including Cloud Computing, Green Computing/Communications and Cyber-Physical Systems etc..
Each workshop will have 4 sessions of 1 1/2 hours each. The dates for paper submission, notification and camera-ready version can vary with each workshop, but in general, papers are due in December or January, with camera-ready version due in late February or early March. All workshop papers will appear in IEEE Xplore (and are EI Indexed).
The workshop proposal, in plain text or PDF, should provide the following
1. Title, scope and topics of the workshop
2. Names, addresses, and affiliation of Workshop organizers
3. Tentative committee lists (organizers, steering...)
4. Contribution format (short papers, long papers, demos, panels...)
5. Past history of the workshop (if any)
6. Rationale - reasons why the workshop would attract enough submissions, and why is the topic important.
Please send a draft call for papers, if it is available.
Workshop organizers should send their workshop proposals to the workshop
co-chairs at the email addresses given below by October 1, 2010.
Notification of acceptance for workshop proposals will be on October 15, 2010.
Chunming Qiao - State University of New York, Buffalo, USA <email@example.com>
Ivan Stojmenovic - University of Ottawa, Canada, <firstname.lastname@example.org>