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||CFP: Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications
||Sep 28, 2002
|The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers
and technologists to present their contributions as technical papers related
to wireless sensor networks. The issues and challenges for the development
of wireless sensor networks not only encompass a broad spectrum of research
topics but also involves a way to envision the evolution of a new breed
of multi-disciplinary wireless network applications.
|Join peers, research and industry leaders at the core conference
for the advanced computing systems community - the USENIX Annual Technical
Conference, June 10-15, 2002, Monterey, California. Register by May 17
and save up to $400. USENIX Annual Tech '02 offers *practical solutions*
for today's technologists. This is your opportunity to learn about cutting-edge
technologies from master practitioners, including many software and book
authors. Don't miss the FREENIX track, featuring the latest in freely-redistributable
technologies including Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, X11-based graphical environments
|The First Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (HotNets-I) will bring
together researchers in the networking and distributed systems community
to debate emerging research directions. The goal of the workshop is to
promote community-wide discussion of ideas that are not yet mature with
the expectations that (1) this will influence and foster ongoing research
in the community, and (2) many of the HotNets position papers will grow
into papers accepted at SIGCOMM or other quality conferences. Attendance
will be limited to around 60 participants.
|WIESS '02 aims to bridge the gulf between industrial experience
with systems software (such as operating systems, compilers, large applications,
embedded systems, etc.) and the research community. The WIESS '02 Program
committee seeks submissions from the industry, reporting on their experiences,
successes, failures, and needs. We're also looking for submissions from
researchers, reporting on their own experiences in relevant areas such
as technology transfer, collaborations between research and industry, etc.
WIESS will focus on papers that draw important conclusions from practical
experience in developing and using system software solutions. Submissions
are due Monday, July 15, 2002.
||ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing: Program and Registration
||July 21-24, 2002
|PODC is a conference that focuses on research in the theory, design,
specification or implementation of distributed systems. For more information,
please visit: http://www.podc.org/podc2002/ There, you will find links
for: - Tentative conference program - Conference registration - Local information
(including hotel) - Temporary notices (e.g., on room sharing). Notes: -
The conference will start with a tutorial on the MORNING of SUNDAY July
21. Technical sessions will start the SAME AFTERNOON. The conference will
end at mid-day on WEDNESDAY. - The deadline for "on-time" registration
is June 17. After that day, registration fees will go up by 75-135 USD.
|The USITS ?03 Program Committee seeks both innovative research and
quantified experience in Internet applications, technologies, and systems.
We seek papers describing original work concerning the design, implementation,
and application of Internet technologies. Besides mature work, we also
encourage papers outlining a compelling distant vision of the future, exceptionally
promising prototypes, or enlightening negative results. Case studies and
experience papers are particularly welcome. Submissions are due on September
16, 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.usenix.org/events/usits03/cfp/.
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
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