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Deadline: May 10, 2012 | Date: October 24, 2012-October 26, 2012
Updated: 2011-11-26 08:22:20 (GMT+9)
|Call for papersGreeNets 20122nd ICST International Conference on Green Communications and NetworkingGandia, SPAIN, October 24-26, 2012http://greenets.org|
|Steering Committee ChairsAthanasios Vasilakos, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), GreeceImrich Chlamtac, University of Trento, ItalyGeneral ChairsJoel Rodrigues, Institute of Telecommunications, University of Beira Interior, PortugalJaime Lloret, Universidad Politécncia de Valencia, SpainTPC ChairsLiang Zhou, Nanjing University of Posts and Telcommunications, ChinaEduardo Nakamura, Federal University of Amazonas, BrazilPublication ChairFoad Dabiri, UCLA Computer Science, CA, USAWorkshop ChairJavier Aguiar, University of Valladolid, SpainSpecial Session ChairJose Soler, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, DenmarkPanel ChairA.v. Senthil Kumar, HINDUSTHAN College of Arts & Science, IndiaPosters ChairKayhan Zrar Ghafoor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, MalaysiaSponsorship & Exhibits ChairsTBDLocal ChairsDiana Bri, Universidad Politécncia de Valencia, SpainMiguel Garcia, Universidad Politécncia de Valencia, SpainPublicity ChairsMin Chen, SNU, KoreaSandra Sendra, Universidad Politécncia de Valencia, SpainWeb ChairAlejandro Canovas, Universidad Politécncia de Valencia, Spain||SCOPE:Global warming and climate change have been a growing worldwide concern. Six sources, i.e., transportation, power, buildings, industry,agriculture and forestry, and land use, have been identified as major contributors to the rise of global carbon dioxide (CO2). Themobile industry is seen as a potential enabler to reduce greenhouse gases contributed by these six sources provided that appropriate measures are implemented. On the other hand, the mobile industry itself will also contribute to CO2 emissionthrough network operations, mobile equipments, etc. To meet the requirement of low-carbon economy development, it is necessary toreduce the operation expenditure or energy consumption of mobile networks, while maintaining acceptable quality of service. Thisconference will explore and explain the scope and challenges of designing, building, and deploying GreeNets. In this regard, theconference aims to establish a forum to bring together research professionals from diverse fields including green mobile networks,system architectures, networking & communication protocols, applications, test-bed and prototype, traffic balance andenergy-efficient cooperation transmission, system and application issues related to GreeNets.TOPICS:The conference invites original technical papers that were not previously published and are not currently under review for publicationelsewhere. Topics include, but are not limited to:1. Communications and Networking:a. Communication techniques and protocols for GreeNetsb. Energy-efficient transmission technologies based on the cooperation communicationc. Scalable and flexible energy efficiency mobile network architectures, deployments, and applications2. Energy-efficient network architecture & protocols:a. Scalability and mobility issues in energy efficiency cross-layer designb. MAC Protocols and QoS Designing for mobile networks3. Systems and Technology:a. Transactions and workflows in green mobile networksb. Adaptability and stability of green mobile networksc. Mobile and multimedia supported green mobile networksd. Experimental and test bed studies for energy efficiency mobile networks, simulation tools4. Energy-efficient management:a. Energy-efficient traffic balance, cooperation and managementb. Distributed energy efficiency resource management techniquesc. Protocols for cooperative management and controlICST IS A MEMBER OF EAIThe European Alliance for Innovation is a dynamic eco-system for fostering ICT enabled innovation to improve European competitivenessand to benefit society. EAI uses open e-platforms to inspire grassroots collaboration among all relevant actors, from organizations toindividuals, to stimulate community driven innovation to its institutional and individual members worldwide. Through EAI, organizationsfind ideas and talent, and individual innovators find organizations for their ingenuity and craft. Join the innovation community at http://www.eai.eu/|
|Important Dates:· Abstract Submission Due: May 1, 2012· Full Paper Due (extended): May 10, 2012· Notification of Acceptance: Jun. 11, 2012· Camera-ready Manuscripts: Jul. 16, 2012|
|Submission Guidelines:Please follow the author instructions at http://greenets.org/submission.shtml PUBLICATIONAccepted papers will be published in Springer's LNICST series and will appear in the SpringerLink, one of the largest digital librariesonline that covers a variety of scientific disciplines, as well as in the ICST's own EU Digital Library (EUDL).LNICST volumes are submitted for inclusion to leading indexing services, including DBLP, Google Scholar, ACM Digital Library,ISI Proceedings, EI Engineering Index, CrossRef, Scopus.|
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