CALL FOR POSTERS
March 13 - 17, 2005
Miami, Florida, USA
Industry participation is strongly encouraged.
IEEE INFOCOM 2005 will include poster/demonstration
sessions that shall provide a forum to present and discuss:
works in progress, industry demonstrations of new applications
and techniques, research testbeds and demonstrations, recent
research and implementation results, upcoming research challenges,
future directions, and novel approaches in the field of computer
communications and networks. One of the key goals of this
conference is to foster collaboration between industry and
academia. Hence, participation of researchers/developers from
industry and conference is to foster collaboration between
industry and academia. Hence, participation of researchers
and developers from industry and posters/demostrations reporting
joint work between industry and academia are especially encouraged.
Submissions should be in the form of a proposal describing
the main contributions of the poster/demo and the merits of
the proposed ideas. If available, preliminary results can
also be included. Proposals will be evaluated mainly based
on their potential to stimulate interesting discussions, exchange
of ideas and promote collaborations.
Accepted authors of posters/demos will have a space in the
poster/demo session room to display their posters or exhibit
their demos and describe their work in discussions with interested
attendees. For posters, the presentation material will be
made available for download on the INFOCOM 2005 Web site.
Please submit your proposal (PDF format) through EDAS (http://www.edas.info).
Submissions should not be more than three pages in length.
Demonstration submissions should include the space requirements
and/or any other equipment-specific requirements. The documents
must contain the authors' names, affiliations, and contact
information and the designated corresponding author. The deadline
for submission is January 10, 2004 (23:59 PDT). Acceptance
notifications will be sent by January 25, 2005. In order for
the poster to be included in the conference, at least one
of the presenters must register for the conference by February
14, 2005. (One-day registration will be made available for
participants, especially those from industry.)
Please contact one of the poster/demo session co-chairs below
if additional information is required: