Friday, February 5, 2010

[DMANET] CFP of The 2010 International Workshop on Intelligent Sensor and Wireless Networks (IntelNet 2010)

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The 2010 International Workshop on Intelligent Sensor and Wireless Networks (IntelNet 2010)

To be held in conjunction with CIT'10 (Supported by IEEE Computer
Society), June 29 - July 1, 2010, Bradford, UK


Modern sensor and wireless networks have been becoming more and more
large-scaled and complicated. Due to their rapidly increasing scale
and complexity, the management and maintenance of sensor and wireless
networks have posed many grand challenges to both industrial and
academic communication communities. To overcome these challenges, it
is very necessary to find new levels of autonomy and intelligence in
deploying, managing, and maintaining sensor and wireless networks.

The purpose of the 2010 International Workshop on Intelligent Sensor
and Wireless Networks (IntelNet 2010) is to bring together scientists,
researchers, professionals, and practitioners from both industry and
academia to exchange ideas, discuss solutions, share experiences, and
report state-of-the-art research results on various aspects of
intelligent sensor and wireless networks. The topics of interest
include, but are not limited to:

-- Advanced Technologies for Enabling Intelligent and Autonomic
-- Autonomy-Oriented Sensor/Wireless Networks
-- Biological, Social, and Economic Models for Intelligent Networks
-- Bio-Inspired Network Protocol Design
-- Bio-Inspired Network Services
-- Bio-Inspired Sensor/Wireless Networks
-- Characterization and Detection of Emergent Properties in Self-
Organizing Networks
-- Complex Dynamics of Autonomous Communication Networks
-- Experimental Case Studies and Testbeds of Intelligent Networks
-- Novel Design and Management Technologies for Autonomic Sensor/
Wireless Networks
-- Scalability and Complexity of Self-Organizing Communication
-- Self-Organization in Autonomic Communication Networks
-- Self-Organizing, Self-Adaptive and Self-Tuning Sensor/Wireless
-- Sensing, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Measurements of Intelligent
-- Stability and Dependability of Intelligent Sensor/Wireless
-- Tools and Techniques for Designing, Implementing, and Analyzing
Intelligent Sensor/Wireless Networks


Duncan F. Gillies, Imperial College London, UK
Jiming Liu, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Ruqian Lu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Geyong Min, University of Bradford, UK
Jie Wu, Temple University, USA


Xiaolong Jin
School of Informatics
University of Bradford
Bradford, BD7 1DP, U.K.


Lei Liu
Department of Computing
University of Bradford
Bradford, BD7 1DP, U.K.

Hui Cheng
Department of Computer Science
University of Leicester
Leicester, LE1 7RH


Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original unpublished
research and recent developments in the topics related to the workshop.
The length of the papers should not exceed 6 pages + 2 pages for overlength
charges (IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscripts style: two columns,
single-spaced), including figures and references, using 10 fonts, and
number each page. Papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format
by sending it as an e-mail attachment to Xiaolong Jin
All papers will be peer reviewed and the comments will be provided to the
authors. The accepted papers will be published together with those of other
workshops by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

Distinguished papers, after further extensions, will be published
in CIT 2010's special issues of the following prestigious SCI-indexed

-- The Journal of Supercomputing - Springer
-- Journal of Computer and System Sciences - Elsevier
-- Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience - John Wiley & Sons


Submission Deadline: February 15, 2010
Author Notification: March 26, 2010
Final Manuscript Due: April 18, 2010
Registration Due: April 18, 2010
Conference Date: June 29 - July 1, 2010


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