Call For Papers, ACM Mobicom 96 
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 Call For Papers, ACM Mobicom 96

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|        SECOND ACM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE                     |
|                       ON                                       |
|        MOBILE COMPUTING AND NETWORKING 1996                    |
|                                                                |
|                (ACM MobiCom'96)                                |
|                                                                |
|   November 11-12, 1996 (Tutorials on Sunday, November 10, 1996 |
|          Rye Hilton, Rye, New York, USA                        |
|                                                                |
|   Sponsored by:                                                |
|                                                                |
|     ACM                    CESDIS NASA              IEEE       |
|  Sigcomm, Sigmetrics,                               ComSoc     |
|  Sigops, Sigact                                                |
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The  wireless communication revolution is bringing fundamental  changes
to  telecommunication  and computing.  Wide-area cellular  systems  and
wireless LANs promise to make integrated networks a reality and provide
fully  distributed and ubiquitous mobile computing and  communications,
thus  bringing  an  end  to  the tyranny  of  geography.   Furthermore,
services for the  mobile user are maturing and are poised to change the
nature  and scope of communication.  This conference, the second of an
annual series, serves as the premier international forum addressing
networks,  systems,  algorithms,  and  applications  that  support  the
symbiosis of portable computers and wireless networks.

PAPERS
   Technical  papers describing previously unpublished, original,
completed, and not currently under review by another conference or journal
are solicited on  topics at the link layer and above.  
Topics will include, but are not limited to:
   * Applications and computing services supporting the mobile user.
   * Network architectures, protocols or service algorithms  to  cope
     with mobility, limited bandwidth, or intermittent connectivity.
   * Design and analysis of algorithms for online and mobile
     environments.
   * Mobile network protocols
   * Performance characterization of mobile/wireless networks and
     systems.
   * Network management for mobile and wireless networks.
   * Data management in mobile computing
   * Service integration and interworking of wired and wireless
     networks.
   * Characterization of the influence of lower layers on the design
     and performance of higher layers.
   * Security, scalability and reliability issues for mobile/wireless
     systems
   * Mobile computing
   * Mobile agents
   * Power management
   * Wireless multimedia systems
   * Satellite communication
   * Location-dependent applications
   * Distributed system aspects of mobile systems
   * Adaptive applications interfaces suitable for mobile systems
   * Architectures of wireless and mobile networks and systems
   * Traffic integration for mobile applications

All papers will be refereed by the program committee. Accepted papers
will  be  published in conference proceedings. Papers of particular
merit  will be selected for publication in the ACM/Baltzer Journal on
Wireless Networks and the ACM/Baltzer Mobile Networks & Nomadic
Applications Journal.

HOW TO SUBMIT
   Paper  submission  will be handled electronically. Authors should
   Email a PostScript version of their full paper to:


   This  Email  address  will become  operational on March 1, 1996.
   In order to print the PS versions of the papers, authors should
   ensure that their papers meet these restrictions:
        - PostScript version 2 or later
        - no longer than 15 pages
        - fits properly on "US Letter" size paper (8.5x11 inches)
        - reference only Computer Modern or  standard  Adobe  fonts (i.e.,
          Courier, Times Roman, or Helvetica); other fonts may be used
          but must be included in the PostScript file

   In  addition, authors  should  separately Email the title, author names,
   full address  and abstract of their paper to the program chairs.

   All submitted papers will be judged based on their quality
   through double-blind reviewing where the identities of the authors are
   withheld from the reviewers.
   Authors' names should not appear on the paper or in the postscript file.

   TUTORIALS  
        Proposals  for  tutorials  are  solicited.  Evaluation of  the
   proposals  will  be based on expertise and experience of  instructors,
   and  the  relevance of the subject matter.  Potential instructors  are
   requested  to submit at most 5 pages, including a biographical  sketch

   PANELS  
        Panels are solicited that  examine  innovative, controversial, or
   otherwise provocative  issues of interest. Panel proposals  should not
   exceed  more  than 3 pages, including  biographical  sketches  of  the
   panelist. Potential panel organizers should contact

   STUDENT PARTICIPATION
        Papers with a student  as a  primary  author will enter a student
   paper award competition. The student will receive a cash award of  
   $500,- US Dollars. A cover letter must identify the paper as a
   candidate for the student paper competition.

   IMPORTANT DATES
        Submissions due:            May 1, 1996
        Notification of acceptance: July   15, 1996
        Camera-ready version due:   August 31, 1996



   WWW/GOPHER INFORMATION
        This CFP and other ACM related activities may be found in
              http://www.***.com/ ;  (for WWW browsers)

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  GENERAL CO-CHAIRS:

     HAMID AHMADI                          RANDY KATZ
     IBM T. J. Watson Research Center      Computer Science Division
     Room H3-C04                           EECS Department
     P. O. Box 704                         University of California
     Yorktown Heights, NY 10598            Berkeley, CA 94720-1776
     Tel: 914-784-7219                     Tel.: 510-642-8778
     Fax: 914-784-6205                     Fax.: 510-642-5775

  PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

     IAN F. AKYILDIZ                       ZYGMUNT J. HAAS
     School of ECE                         School of Electrical Engineering
     Georgia Tech                          Cornell University
     Atlanta, GA, 30332                    Ithaca, N.Y. 14853
     Tel.: 404-894-5141                    Tel.: 607-255-3454
     Fax.: 404-894-5028                    Fax.: 607-255-9072

TUTORIAL CHAIR                          LOCAL CHAIR            
  ARVIND KRISHNA                          BOB FLYNN, Polytechnic University  
  IBM T.J. Watson Research Center      
  P.O. Box 704, H3-D32                  VICE CHAIR
  Yorktown Heights, NY 10598              TOM LaPORTA, AT&T Bell Labs
  Tel.: (914) 784-7965
  Fax.: (914) 784-6205                  PUBLICITY CHAIR                

TREASURER                               STEERING COMMITTEE CHAIR
  RAVI JAIN, Bellcore                     IMRICH CHLAMTAC, Boston Univ.

 PROGRAM COMMITTEE

 Rafael Alonso, Matsushita Labs         Victor Bahl, DEC
 Brian Bershad, U. of Washington        Ramon Caceres, AT&T
 Imrich Chlamtac, Boston U.             Tony Dahbura, Motorola
 John Daigle, U. of Mississippi         Maurizio Decina, CEFRIEL
 JJ Garcia Luna, UC Santa Cruz          Mario Gerla, UCLA
 Peter Honeyman, U. of Michigan         Pierre Humblet, Eurecom
 Tomasz Imielinski, Rutgers U.          David Johnson, CMU
 Phil Karn, Qualcomm                    Mark Karol, AT&T
 Jay Kistler, DEC                       Barry Leiner, ARPA      
 Jason Ying Bin Lin, NCTU               Teresa Meng, Stanford U.
 Mahmoud Naghshineh, IBM TJ             Peter O'Reilly, GTE Labs        
 Charlie Perkins, IBM TJ                Ray Pickholtz, GWU
 Dhiraj Pradhan, Texas A&M          Chris Rose, Rutgers U.
 Krishan Sabnani, AT&T                      Mischa Schwartz, Columbia U.
 Martha S{*filter*}strup, BBN                 Gordon Stuber, GaTech
 David Tennenhouse, MIT                 Marvin Theimer, XEROX  
 Mehmet Ulema, Bellcore                 Newman Wilson, D. Sarnoff RC
 Parviz Yegani, Qualcomm



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