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ACM Dial M-POMC 2004, Call for Papers

From: Stefano Basagni <basagni@ECE.NEU.EDU>
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 08:28:47 -0400 (EDT)
To: "Prof. Stefano Basagni" <basagni@ECE.NEU.EDU>
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.4.58.0405280825250.13566@gateway.ece.neu.edu>

Dear Colleagues,

  please, find below the Call for Papers for DIAL M-POMC 2004, the Joint
Workshop on Foundations of Mobile Computing to be held in conjunction
with ACM/SIGMOBILE MobiCom 2004.

  The paper submission deadline is June 24 2004.

  We *TRULY* apologize if you receive multiple copies of this Call for


                            DIAL M-POMC 2004

        The Joint Workshop on Foundations of Mobile Computing
              Co-located with ACM/SIGMOBILE MobiCom 2004

                October 1, 2004  Philadelphia, PA, USA


Mobile computing and communications devices will have an enormous
impact on our lifestyle over the next several decades. The mobility of
distributed computing components raises a number of interesting, and
difficult, algorithmic issues. This workshop is devoted to discrete
algorithms and methods in the context of mobile and wireless computing
and communications. The workshop is intended to foster cooperation
among researchers in mobile computing and researchers in discrete and
distributed algorithms.


Contributions are solicited in all areas related to mobile and
wireless computing and communications where discrete algorithms and
methods are utilized. Specific topics include, but are not limited to:

              * distributed algorithms
              * discrete algorithms
              * frequency allocation
              * localization and location tracking
              * ad hoc and sensor networking
              * wireless networks
              * cryptography and security
              * error correcting codes
              * handover (handoff)
              * modeling
              * optimization
              * satellite communication
              * scheduling
              * site allocation
              * synchronization
              * telecommunications
              * routing, multicast and broadcast
              * dynamic networks
              * dynamic graph algorithms
              * mechanism design
              * cooperation enforcement
              * energy conservation
              * complexity analysis of algorithms for mobile environments


This workshop is a merging of two workshops: DIAL M (Discrete
Algorithms and Methods for Mobile Computing and Communications), which
was held annually from 1997 to 2002 as a workshop in conjunction with
ACM/SIGMOBILE MobiCom; and POMC (Principles of Mobile Computing),
which was held in 2001 in conjunction with the ACM/SIGACT and SIGOPS
Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (PODC), and in 2002
in conjunction with the ACM International Symposium on Distributed
Computing (DISC).  Last year DIAL M and POMC were held jointly in San
Diego, CA, in conjunction with ACM/SIGMOBILE MobiCom 2003.


All submissions will be handled electronically. Papers must not exceed
10 pages (US "Letter" size, 8.5 x 11 inches) including text, figures
and references. The font size must be at least 10 points.  Accepted
papers will be published in the workshop proceedings.  Submitted
papers should be orginal, unpublished work and not currently under
review for any other conference or workshop.
(Concurrent submissions to journals will be considered on a case-by-case
basis; inquiries should be sent to the program co-chairs.)
To submit a paper, please refer to the instruction for the electronic
submission of papers. The link to our electronic submission instructions
is the following:


   * Paper submissions due:        JUNE 24, 2004
   * Notification of acceptance:   JULY 23, 2004
   * Camera-ready version due:     AUGUST 4, 2004


              Stefano Basagni
              Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., 312 DANA
              Northeastern University
              360 Huntington Ave.
              Boston, MA 02115 U.S.A.
              Tel. +1 617 373 3061
              Fax +1 617 373 8970
              E-Mail: basagni@ece.neu.edu

              Cynthia A. Phillips
              Algorithms and Discrete Math Department
              Sandia National Laboratories
              Mail Stop 1110
              P.O. Box 5800
              Albuquerque, NM 87185-1110
              Tel. +1 505 845-7296
              Fax +1 505 845-7442
              E-mail: caphill@sandia.gov


Amiya Bhattacharya
  New Mexico State U., USA
Gruia Calinescu
  Illinois Institute of Tech., USA
Andras Farago
  U. of Texas Dallas, USA
Pierre Fraigniaud
  CNRS-LRI, France
Goran Konjevod
  Arizona State U., USA
Madhav Marathe
  Los Alamos National Lab., USA
Chiara Petrioli
  U. di Roma, "La Sapienza," Italy
Rajmohan Rajaraman
  Northeastern U., USA
Andrea Richa
  Arizona State U., USA
Emilia Rosti
  U. di Milano, Italy
Mema Roussopoulos
  Harvard University
Jared Saia
  U. of New Mexico, USA
Christian Scheideler
  Johns Hopkins U., USA
Martha Steenstrup
  Stow Research, USA
Violet R. Syrotiuk
  Arizona State U., USA
Jennifer L. Welch
  Texas A&M U., USA

Stefano Basagni, Ph.D.      Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering   312 Dana Research Center
Northeastern University            360 Huntington Ave. Boston, MA 02115
Tel. 617 373 3061, Fax 617 373 8970         E-mail: basagni@ece.neu.edu
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