[apops] AINTEC08

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    •     CALL for PAPERs
      
          Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC 2008)
          Bangkok,  Thailand
          18-20 November, 2008
      
      
          http://www.interlab.ait.ac.th/aintec08/
      
      
          Organized by
              Interlab, Asian Institute of Technology
              WIDE Project, Japan
              Thailand Research and Education Network
          In cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM
      
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      The 4th Asian Internet Engineering Conference (AINTEC) provides a
      international technical forum for experts from industry and academia,
      especially aiming at addressing issues pertinent to the Asia and
      Pacific region with vast diversities of socio-economic and networking
      conditions while inviting high quality and recent research results
      from the global Internet research community.
      
      AINTEC 2008 follows the three successful editions held in Thailand
      but, first time, is in cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM.
      The conference proceedings will be published by the ACM Digital
      Library.
      
      The conference is single-track and features a technical program with
      significant opportunities for individual and small-group among a
      diverse set of participants.
      
      The technical sessions will include invited talks by leading experts,
      presentations of papers, demos, posters and a pre-conference (19th
      Asian School on Computer Science on 15-16 November 2008).
      
      AINTEC 2008 solicits high quality papers that improve digital
      communications in diverse situations, represented as "Challenged
      Networks".
      Areas of interest include, but are not limited to the followings:
          - Networking technologies in developing regions
          - Emergency networks and dependable infrastructures
          - Ad hoc and sensor networking and applications
          - Wireless and mobile networks
          - Delay and disruption tolerant networks
          - Autonomic and situated communications
          - New networking paradigm and architecture
          - Location management and positioning
          - Internet measurement, analysis and modelling
          - Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
          - Multimedia systems and applications
          - Network operations and management
      
      Submissions must be original, unpublished, and not have been submitted
      to another conference or journal for publication. Papers must be
      submitted in electronic format following the instructions provided on
      the AINTEC web site and must be less than 10 pages in the 10pts
      SIGCOMM format.
      
      Submission of a paper implies that should the paper be accepted for
      publication in the conference proceedings, at least one of the authors
      will register and present the paper in the conference.
      
          Important Dates:
      
          Title and abstract registration: July      15, 2008
          Full paper submission:           July      22, 2008
          Acceptance notification:         September 17, 2008
          Final version due:               October    8, 2008
          AINTEC2008:                      November 18-20, 2008
      
      
      Scientific Advisory Committee:
      Keith W. Ross, Polytechnic University of New York, USA
      Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College, UK
      Jun Murai, WIDE Project and Keio University, Japan
      Surasak Sang-uanpong, APAN-TH, Thailand
      Randy Bush, Internet Initiative Japan Inc., USA
      
      Steering Commitee:
      Philippe Jacquet, INRIA, France
      Kenjiro Cho, IIJ and WIDE Project, Japan
      Kanchana Kanchanasut, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
      Serge Fdida, UPMC, France
      
      General Chair:
      Kanchana Kanchanasut, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
      
      Program Committee Co-Chairs:
      Jennifer Rexford, Princeton, USA
      Martin May, ETH, Switzerland
      Kenjiro Cho, IIJ and WIDE Project, Japan
      
      Program Committee:
          TBD