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Subject: Fwd: CFP - SNCNW 2006
From: Kurt Erik Lindqvist <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Network management discussion for Nordic region <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 26 Jun 2006 13:29:57 +0200
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	All,

as this might be of interest to the operations community as well.  
Forwarded on behalf of the PC.

- kurtis -

Begin forwarded message:


>
> Dear Colleagues,
>
> SNCNW, the Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop will hold its
> fourth annual meeting on October 26 and 27 in Luleň. I hope we can
> follow the nice tradition of SNCNW in 2006 as well with many
> interesting presentations. Below, please find the Call for Papers for
> the Workshop.
>
> Kind regards,
> Viktoria Fodor and Nils Bj÷rkman
> Program co-chairs
>
> Call for Papers
>
> 4th Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop SNCNW 2006
>
> October 26-27 2006, Luleň
> Sponsored by IEEE VT/COM Sweden
>
> Purpose and scope
>
> SNCNW is a creative and informal forum for researchers and
> practitioners in computer communication and networking. The main
> objective of SNCNW is to give all research and development groups an
> opportunity to present their work. The workshop also provides an
> excellent opportunity to discuss ideas among colleagues and establish
> contact between computer network researchers, practitioners and
> industry, and thus to help strengthen this field in Sweden.
>
> The scope for SNCNW is all technical aspects of Computer Networking,
> excluding physical transmission. Academic papers should emphasize
> research advances, while industrial papers may focus on  
> implementations
> of known schemes and deployment observations.
>
> The submitted papers will be subjected to a formal reviewing process.
> The aim is to ensure that the program reflects as much as possible of
> on-going national research and development efforts and to give
> constructive feedback to the authors.
>
> Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
> Network architectures
> - New networking paradigms
> - Overlay networks and peer-to-peer
> - Networking for small and embedded systems
> - Networking for triple play
> - Networking business models
> - Ad hoc and sensor networks
> - Mobile networks
> - Wireless networks
> - DNS and other infrastructure services
> - Router architectures
>
> Protocol design
> - Routing protocols
> - Fast rerouting mechanisms
> - IPv6
> - Multicast for IPTV and VPN
> - Crosslayer design
> - Internet-based applications
> - Multimedia networking
> - Content distribution
>
> Traffic control and supervision
> - Quality of service
> - Resource allocation and management
> - Traffic and performance measurement
> - Traffic analysis and control
> - Network management - Security and privacy
>
> Submission
>
> Papers can either be presented orally or displayed as posters. The
> author should indicate his/her preference when submitting. If all
> presentation submissions cannot be accommodated due to time
> constraints, some may be offered a poster display instead.
>
> All submissions should be in the form of short papers of maximum 3000
> words (about 3-4 pages in double column format). The preferred  
> language
> at the workshop is English, so the submission should be written in the
> English language. You will find more information on practical details
> for the submission on the workshop webpage: http://www.sncnw.se
>
> A printed version, informal workshop proceedings, of all accepted
> papers will be provided to the workshop delegates. No copyright  
> will be
> claimed by the workshop. For the final papers the accepted authors may
> choose if they in addition also would like to have their paper on the
> workshops homepage. By submitting the final paper the authors agree to
> the procedure above.
>
> Local arrangements
> Lenka Carr-Motyckova, LTU
> Kaustubh Phanse, LTU
>
> Program co-chairs
> Nils Bj÷rkman, Telia Sonera
> Viktoria Fodor, KTH
>
> Steering committee
> Bengt Ahlgren, SICS
> Anna Brunstr÷m, KaU
> Svante Ekelin, Ericsson
> Robert Forchheimer, LiU
> Kurt Erik Lindqvist, Netnod
>
> Important dates
> Submission deadline: 11 September 2006
> Acceptance notification: 2 October 2006
> Final papers: 9 October 2006
> Workshop: 26-27 October 2006
>
>

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