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 June, Charlottesville, Virginia,  USA

Upon many requests,  the deadline has been extended to 11:59PM EST, March 4th, 2008 (Tuesday))  
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Overview:

The Fifth Workshop on Embedded Networked Sensors (HotEmNets 2008) brings together wireless sensor network researchers from academic and industrial backgrounds to present groundbreaking results that will shed light on present and future research challenges. The workshop emphasizes results from experiments or deployments that quantify the challenges in the wireless sensor systems of today as well as early results from new ideas that introduce promising approaches that will define the challenges in the wireless sensor systems of tomorrow. We especially welcome papers reporting on results that refute common assumptions, deployment experiences, novel and original approaches, and, more generally, papers that will help inform and guide research.
 
The EmNets Program Committee discourages submissions that are short versions of papers that will be submitted to other conferences in the near future, since its goal is to engage the research community in a discussion of future challenges and issues.
 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Validation/refutation of prior results
  • Application experiences: measurements, successes and failures
  • Future applications: requirements and challenges
  • Hardware platforms, tradeoffs, and trends
  • Data and network storage
  • Delay-tolerant networking
  • Management, debugging, and troubleshooting
  • Network and software reliability
  • Network and system architectures
  • Software bug detection and tools
  • Energy sources, scavenging, and low-power operation
  • Human-Computer interfaces for sensornets
  • Benchmarks and evaluation suites
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    The proceedings of the workshop will be archived in the ACM Digital Library. Authors of accepted papers will be asked to provide a camera-ready copy that is formatted according to specifications provided by the ACM, and to provide a signed ACM copyright form.

    History

    EmNets Tampa, Florida Nov 16, 2004
    EmNets II Sydney, Australia May 30-31, 2005
    EmNets III Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts May 30-31, 2006
    EmNets IV Cork, Ireland Jun  25-26 , 2007

    Important Dates:

    Papers Due:  11:59PM PST, Feb 29th, 2008 (Friday)  (extended to 11:59PM EST March 4th, 2008 (Tuesday))
    Notification: April 27th, 2008 (Sunday)
    Camera Ready: May 4th, 2008 (Sunday)
    Conference: June 2-3, 2008
     

    Submission Guidelines:

  • Papers should be submitted in Adobe PDF format.
  • No longer than five pages in US letter or A4 paper size, including all text, figures, references, appendices, etc.
  • Two column formatting.
  • One-inch margins on all sides.
  • Minimum 10-point font size (smaller fonts are acceptable for footnotes, references, and figure captions).
  • Organization Committee:

    General Chair
    John A. Stankovic  University of Virginia


    Program Co-Chairs:
    Raj Rajkumar        Carnegie Mellon University
    Tian He                 University of Minnesota

    Publicity Chair
    Radu Stoleru Texas A&M University

    Local Arrangement Chair
    Kamin Whitehouse,  University of Virginia

    Technical Program Committee:

    Anish Arora Ohio State University.
    Tarek F. Abdelzaher, UIUC
    Andrew Campbell, Dartmouth College
    Polly Huang, National Taiwan Univ.
    Akos Ledeczi, Vanderbilt University
    Liqian Luo, Microsoft
    Qun Li, College of William and Mary
    Yoshito Tobe, Tokyo Denki University
    Radu Stoleru Texas A&M University
    Mark Yarvis, Intel Corporation
    Ying Zhang, PARC
    Gang Zhou, College of William and Mary

     

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