E-WIND: Workshop on Experimental Approaches to Wireless Network Design and Analysis

ACM SIGCOMM 2005 Workshop

August 22, 2005 - Philadelphia, PA - Loews Hotel

Registration - ACM SIGCOMM 2005 Workshop

Organizing Committee

Technical Program Co-chairs: Edward W. Knightly, Rice University
  Christophe Diot, Intel Corporation
Program Committee Members: Andrew Campbell, University of Cambridge
  Rene L. Cruz, University of California, San Diego
  Kevin Fall, Intel Corporation
  Michael Fitz, University of California, Los Angeles
  Mario Gerla, University of California, Los Angeles
  Robert Heath, University of Texas at Austin
  Sanjoy Paul, Lucent Bell Laboratories
  Dipankar Raychaudhuri, Rutgers University
  Ashutosh Sabharwal, Rice University
  Nitin Vaidya, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  Andras Veres, Ericsson Research
  David Wetherall, University of Washington

Call For Papers (pdf)

Research in wireless networking is rapidly becoming more experimental. Research prototypes are being developed for systems ranging from large-scale sensor networks to high-speed wireless access networks. Moreover experimentation and measurement studies are being performed with off-the-shelf hardware and operational testbeds.


The goal of this workshop is to bring together experimentalist researchers from diverse backgrounds including wireless hardware platforms, wireless communications, wireless testbeds, and measurement of deployed wireless systems. The workshop will provide a forum for exchange of ideas, challenges, and work-in-progress discussions between both the wireless and wireline measurement communities. The workshop will leave a large space to discussion and possible coordination.

Important Dates

     
Submission deadline note: extended to April 17, 11:59PM EDT
Author notification May 20, 2005
Camera ready papers June 17, 2005
Workshop date August 22, 2005

 

Submission of Papers

Submissions should be 4 to 6 pages long, two columns, and in pdf (file size limit is 2 megs). Papers MUST contain an experimental aspect and address one or more of the following topics:

Testbed architectures
Wireless prototypes
Challenges in testbed and prototypes design
Wireless devices or networks measurement methodology
Comparative evaluation of wireless platforms
Measurement studies of all aspects of wireless systems and networks
Experimental evaluation of new mechanisms, protocols, and wireless technologies
  (with special emphasis on cross-layer, meshed and multi-hop issues)

Papers should be submitted through the EDAS web site:

EDAS website

Paper Submission Date:

11:59pm, April 17, US Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)