Second International ICST Conference on Ad Hoc Networks

August 18-20, 2010, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


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News:  

  • AdHocNets 2010 was successfully held in Victoria on Aug. 18-20, 2010
  • The technical program is available on the Technical Program page.
  • Visa Information is available on the Visa Information page.
  • Registration is open and the registration information is available on the Registration page.
  • Professor Mario Gerla from the University of California at Los Angles (UCLA) will deliver a keynote speech.
  • Dr. Arthur Astrin, Chair, IEEE 802.15 TG6, will deliver a keynote speech.
  • The Proceedings of AdHocNets 2009 has been published by Springer in the ICST Lecture Notes (LNICST) series.


Overview:  

Ad hoc networks, which cover a variety of network paradigms for specific purposes, such as mobile ad hoc networks, sensor networks, vehicular networks, underwater networks, underground networks, personal area networks, and home networks, promise a broad range of applications in civilian, commercial, and military areas. The aim of the annual International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks (AdHocNets) is to provide a forum that brings together researchers from academia as well as practitioners from industry to meet and exchange ideas and recent research work on all aspects of ad hoc networks. With the great success of AdHocNets'09 held in Niagara Falls, Canada, on Sept. 23-25, 2009, the second edition of the event, AdHocNets'10, will be held in Victoria, Canada, on August 18-20, 2010. The conference will consist of technical sessions, panels, and workshops. The technical sessions will present original and fundamental research advances while the panels and workshops will focus on development and application issues in this hot field.


Highlights:  

  • Keynote Speeches
    • Keynote 1: Vehicular Urban Sensing: Techniques and Applications
           Prof. Mario Gerla, University of California at Los Angles, USA

      Keynote 2: Standardization of the Body Area Network (BAN)
           Dr. Arthur Astrin, Chair, IEEE 802.15 TG6, USA
  • Invited Talks
    • Invited Talk 1: Location Management in Heterogeneous VANETs: A Mobility Aware Server Selection Method
           Prof. Victor C.M. Leung, University of British Columbia, Canada

      Invited Talk 2: Analytical Modeling of Address Allocation Protocols for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
           Prof. John N. Daigle, University of Mississippi, USA

      Invited Talk 3: Towards Autonomous Vehicular Clouds
           Prof. Stephan Olariu, Old Dominion University, USA

      Invited Talk 4: Ad Hoc Networks and Mobile Devices in Emergency Response - a Perfect Match?
           Prof. Ketil Stolen, University of Oslo, Norway

      Invited Talk 5: Establishing Trust on VANET Safety Messages
           Prof. Jenela Misic, Ryerson University, Canada

      Invited Talk 6: Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Ad Hoc Networks
           Prof. Liljana Gavrilovska, Institute of Telecommunications, Macedonia

      Invited Talk 7: An Efficient Geo-Routing Aware MAC Protocol for Underwater Sensor Networks
           Dr. Jun-Hong Cui, University of Connecticut, USA

      Invited Talk 8: Receiver Sensitivity in Opportunistic Cooperative Internet of Things (IoT)
           Dr. Neeli R. Prasad, Aalborg University, Denmark

      Invited Talk 9: A Decentralized Scheduling Algorithm for Time Synchronized Channel Hopping
           Dr. Thomas Watteyne, University of California at Berkeley, USA

      Invited Talk 10: Insights into Routing Stability of a Wireless Testbed
           Dr. Marcelo Dias de Amorim, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France
  • Panel
    • Topic: Commercialization of Ad Hoc Network Technology

      Panel Moderator:
        Prof. Dave Michelson, University of British Columbia, Canada

      Industry Panelists:
        Dr. Arthur Astrin, Chair, IEEE 802.15 TG6, USA
        Dr. Ketil Stølen, Chief Scientist, SINTEF ICT, Norway
        Dr. Brad Lowe, Waterfront Wireless Communication Center, Canada

      University Panelists:
        Prof. John N. Daigle, The University of Mississippi, USA
        Prof. Stephan Olariu, Old Dominion University, USA

  • All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the ICST Lecture Notes (LNICST) series and will be considered for indexing by Information Engineering (EI).


  • The best papers (after extension) will be recommended for consideration of publication in Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks Journal and ICST Transactions on Mobile Communications and Applications.

  • Important dates:  
      Paper submission due: May 10, 2010 (extended)
      Notification of acceptance: June 3, 2010 (extended)
      Final manuscripts due: June 25, 2010 (extended)





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