Friday, January 8, 2010


7th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems
October 2010 - San Francisco, CA, USA


Abstract Due: March 26, 2010
Manuscript Due: April 2, 2010
Acceptance Notification: July 5, 2010
Camera-ready Submission: August 20, 2010


Wireless ad-hoc communication has applications in a variety of
environments, such as conferences, hospitals, battlefields and
disaster-recovery/rescue operations, and is also being actively
investigated as an alternative paradigm for Internet connectivity in
both urban and rural areas. Wireless sensor and actuator networks are
also being deployed for enhancing industrial control processes and
supply-chains, and for various forms of environmental monitoring. The
IEEE MASS 2010 aims at addressing advances in research on multi-hop
ad-hoc and sensor networks, covering topics ranging from technology
issues to applications and test-bed development.


Original, unpublished contributions are solicited in all aspects of
(mobile) ad-hoc networks and wireless sensor networks (WSN), systems and
applications. Topics include, but are not limited to:

* Vehicular networks and protocols
* Wireless mesh networks and cognitive networks
* MAC layer design for ad-hoc networks and WSNs
* MAC protocols (802.11, 802.15.4, UWB)
* Multi-channel, multi-radio and MIMO technologies
* Cross layer design and optimization
* P2P, overlay, and content distribution architectures for ad-hoc and
sensor networks
* Delay tolerant networks and opportunistic networking
* Power-aware architectures, algorithms and protocols design
* Clustering, topology control, coverage and connectivity
* Routing protocols (unicast, multicast, broadcast, geocast)
* Data transport and management in WSNs
* Data gathering, fusion, and dissemination in WSNs
* Localization and synchronization in WSNs
* Cooperative sensing in WSNs
* Capacity planning and admission control in ad-hoc and sensor networks
* Handoff / mobility management and seamless internetworking
* Resource management and wireless QoS Provisioning
* Key management, trust establishment in wireless networks
* Security and privacy issues in ad hoc and sensor networks
* Reliability, resiliency and fault tolerance techniques
* Security, privacy issues in vehicular, DTNs, and mesh networks
* Operating systems and middleware support
* Novel applications and architectures for WSNs
* Modeling, analysis and performance evaluation
* Measurements and experience from experimental systems and

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