Friday, May 23, 2014

[DMANET] CFP: ALGOSENSORS 2014 - 10th Int. Symposium on Algorithms and Experiments for Sensor Systems, Wireless Networks and Distributed Robotics

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10th International Symposium on Algorithms and Experiments for Sensor
Systems, Wireless Networks and Distributed Robotics

September 11-12, 2014, Wrocław, Poland; to be held in conjunction with


SCOPE AND TOPICS: The ALGOSENSORS symposium aims to bring together
research contributions related to diverse algorithmic aspects of sensor
networks, wireless networks as well as distributed robotics, both from a
theoretical and an experimental perspective. Starting from 2013 we have
a new track on wireless networks and distributed robotics.

This year ALGOSENSORS has three tracks:
- Sensor Network Algorithms
- Wireless Networks and Distributed Robotics
- Experiments
Each paper will be initially submitted to a single track. But all papers
will be handled by the the same program committee. The program committee
will make sure that papers are reviewed by the PC members in the
expertise area.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Computational Models
Complexity and Computability
Approximation/Randomized Algorithms
Communication Protocols
Deployment, Topology Control
Infrastructure Discovery
Routing, Data Propagation
Data Aggregation, Data Fusion
Energy Management
Power Saving Schemes
Resource Efficiency
Game Theoretic Aspects
Fault Tolerance, Dependability
Self-stabilization, Self-* Properties
Error/Erasure Correcting Codes
Cryptography, Security and Trust
Mobile Sensor Networks
Autonomous Mobile Robots
Sensor-Actuator Networks
Dynamic Networks
Swarm Computing
Pattern Formation
Obstacle Avoidance
Algorithms for RFID
Performance Evaluation
Systems and Testbeds
Experimental Analysis
Medium Access Control
Time Synchronization
Virtual Infrastructures
Cyber Physical Systems


Jie Gao, Stony Brook University, USA (General chair)
Alon Efrat, University of Arizona, USA (Track co-chair, Sensor Networks
Sandor Fekete, University of Technology, Braunschweig, Germany (Track
co-chair, Wireless Networks and Distributed Robotics)
Yanyong Zhang, Rutgers University, USA (Track co-chair, Experiments)

Algorithms Track

Chris Gniady, University of Arizona, USA
Guy Grebla, Columbia University, USA
Loukas Lazos, University of Arizona, USA
Miao Jin, University of Louisiana, USA
Thienne Johnson, University of Arizona, USA
Valentin Polishchuk, Linköping University, Sweden
Andrea Richa, Arizona State University, USA
Rik Sarkar, University of Edinburgh, UK
Michael Segal, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Guoliang Xue, Arizona State University, USA

Robotics Track

Aaron Becker, Harvard University, USA
Thomas Erlebach, University of Leicester, UK
Michael Hemmer, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Alejandro López-Ortiz, University of Waterloo, Canada
James McLurkin, Rice University, USA
Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide, University of Paderborn, Germany
Joe Mitchell, Stony Brook University, USA
Nicola Santoro, Carleton University, Canada
Christiane Schmidt, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Jukka Suomela, Aalto University, Finland

Experiments Track

James Gross, KTH, Sweden
Yuan He, Tsinghua University, P.R.China
Tommaso Melodia, University of Buffalo, USA
Hui Pan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Dario Pompili, Rutgers University, USA
Aaron Striegel, University of Notre Dame, USA
Niki Trigoni, Univ. of Oxford, UK
Guiling Wang, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Kai Xing, University of Science and Technology of China, P.R. China
Rong Zheng, McMaster University, Canada
Marco Zuniga, TU Delft, Netherlands
Constantinos Marios Angelopoulos, Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland


Josep Diaz, U.P. Catalunya
Magnus M. Halldorsson, Reykjavik U., Iceland
Bhaskar Krishnamachari, U. of Southern California, USA
P.R. Kumar, Texas A&M U., USA
Sotiris Nikoletseas, U. of Patras and CTI, Greece (Chair)
Jose Rolim, U. of Geneva
Paul Spirakis, U. of Patras and CTI, Greece
Adam Wolisz, T.U. Berlin, Germany


Paper submission: June 14, 2014

Notification: July 14, 2014

Camera-ready for pre-proceedings: August 10, 2014

Symposium: September 11-12, 2014

Accepted papers will be published in full text in hardcopy
post-proceedings, in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Series
of Springer Verlag.

TCS JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE: As in previous years, selected high-quality
papers will be considered for publication in a Special Issue of the
Theoretical Computer Science (TCS) Journal.

HOW TO SUBMIT: Full papers are to be submitted electronically using the
EasyChair server.
Original research papers must contain results that have not previously
appeared and have not been concurrently submitted to a journal or
conference with published proceedings. Each paper should select a track
to submit to. Since there can be a lot of overlap of the three tracks,
the selection of a track is a suggestion and all papers will be handled
by the single PC to ensure that each paper is handled by PC members of
the expertise area. Authors need to ensure that for each accepted paper
at least one author will register and attend the symposium. Submissions
are limited to twelve (12) single-column pages on letter/A4-size paper
(using at least 11 point font, 1 inch margins, standard line spacing,
preferably formatted in the LNCS style). This includes figures, but
excludes references and an optional appendix (to be read at the program
committee's discretion).

Constantinos Marios Angelopoulos, Ph.D.

University of Geneva
Centre Universitaire d'Informatique
Battelle Bat. A, 7 rte de Drize
CH-1227 Carouge - Switzerland

Phone: (+41)0223790121
Skype: aggeloko
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