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Call for Papers (Past)


• CFP: Second IEEE ICC Workshop on Dynamic Social Networks (DySON)
• CFP: JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON MOBILE SOCIAL NETWORKS
• CFP: IEEE International Workshop on Online Social Networks (OSNs)
• CFP: Special issue on Networking for Big Data of IEEE Network (Impact factor 2.853) • CFP: 1st Workshop on Dynamic Social Networks DySON
• CFP: Special Issue on Signal Processing for Social Networks, IEEE Journal of
Selected Topics in Signal Processing

• CFP: Social Networks Track in Selected Areas In Communications Symposium
• CFP: Special Issue on Mobile Social Networks, IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine
• CFP: IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications: Special Issues on Emerging Technologies in Communications



Call for Papers

Second Workshop on Dynamic Social Networks (DySON)

June 2015, London, U.K.

Co-located with IEEE ICC 2015

(http://www.netmode.ntua.gr/dyson2015/index.html)

Wireless and mobile social networks have gained interest the last decade and nowadays they have become in many cases the lion's share of wireless businesses. Such networks are well known as the primal channels for human communication, means for increasing marketing potentials, tools for enabling social research, and forums for affecting political trends, all of which eventually indicate a more than ever increasing penetration and exploitation of wireless and mobile networks in human lives. The workshop on Dynamic Social Networks (DySON) will mainly cover the technical aspects of the interplay between social and dynamic communications networks, and more specifically will focus on original contributions regarding topics, such as structure, behavior, and optimization of social and mobile wireless and wired networks. DySON aspires to raise the awareness of the research and industrial communities in the important topics of control and optimization of dynamic social networks and provide a venue for the presentation and dissemination of latest original contributions in the corresponding field of science.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
. Interplay between online social networks and wireless communications
. Network Utility Maximization (NUM)
. Primal-dual decomposition for network algorithms
. Optimal control of networks
. Stochastic network optimization 
. Cross-layer network optimization
. Spectrum-agile network optimization
. Game theoretic and economic analysis
. Social relationship graphs of mobile devices
. Topology Control for complex networks
. Resilience and fault-tolerant network optimization
. Mobile cyber-physical systems
. Control and optimization in cyber-physical systems
. Optimal content dissemination in complex networks
. Complex network structure analysis and optimization  
. Complexity & approximation of social/mobile network optimization
. Control and optimization in social-aware network solutions
. Graph theoretic analysis for mobile complex (social and wireless) networks
. Structure of social networks and their influence to the design of

advanced wireless networks
. Adaptive algorithms for evolving online social and wireless networks
. Social-aware network solutions in wireless communications
. Social opportunistic networks

Important Dates
. Paper submission deadline: December 8, 2014
. Notification of acceptance: January 12, 2015
. Camera-ready due: February 23, 2015

Workshop Organizers

General Co-Chairs:  
Symeon Papavassiliou, NTUA, Greece
Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada

Technical Program Co-Chairs: 
My Thai, University of Florida, USA
Jianwei Niu, Beihang University, China
Vasileios Karyotis, NTUA, Greece 
Francesco De Pellegrini, CREATE-NET, Italy

Publicity Co-Chairs:  
Kui Wu, University of Victoria, Canada
Nisanth Sastry, King's Colledge London, U.K

Paper Submission

Authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original, complete research, not currently under review by another conference or journal. Papers should be submitted electronically via the EDAS system in pdf format, not to exceed 6 pages (max. 1 additional page with over-length page charges), and should follow the IEEE conference format. Selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to a special article collection at the Springer Journal of Computational Social Networks. For author guidelines please refer to: http://www.netmode.ntua.gr/dyson2015 and for paper submission please follow: https://edas.info/N16157



Call for Papers

JCN SPECIAL ISSUE ON MOBILE SOCIAL NETWORKS

Social networks contribute a significant fraction of Internet traffic, and increasingly this traffic is in support of mobile social networking using smart phones. This situation has spurred considerable recent research interest in mobile social networks. Social networks have been studied for decades, although most of the earlier work in this area addressed issues lying outside the scope of technological networks. High bandwidth wireless networking enabling ubiquitous access of smart phones to the Internet completely enriches various potential of mobile social networks. However, there are still significant technological challenges in the development of the cloud infrastructure and mobile terminal devices. The purpose of this special issue is to highlight recent advances that address some of these mobile user-centric challenges. In light of the rising prevalence of mobile social networks, this special issue will focus on the following subjects of interest, as well as related issues:

-Inference and knowledge discovery with big mobile data for large mobile social networks providing personal and location-based services
-Computational and interdisciplinary foundations of technologies enabling massive mobile social networks
-Trusted networking, privacy and security, user behavior and dynamic in mobile Internet supporting mobile social networks
-System architecture, protocols, middleware, deployment and operations, and standards for cloudbased mobile social networks
-Social networks enable resource sharing among users or networks, and other aspects of network economy
-Social networking applications and services for mobile Internet, mobile-commerce, mobile Internet of Things, and smart transportation
-Terminal device technology to enable mobile social networks
-Interplay between social networks and wireless communications
-Applications of large social network analysis to the design of advanced wireless communication networks and software-defined network architecture

Continuing JCN's tradition of fast turnaround together with full peer reviews, a tentative schedule is set as follows:

August 10, 2014 Electronic manuscript (.ps or .pdf) submission to JCN website [An earlier note to editors with intent to submit will be appreciated.]
November 1, 2014 Reviews returned to authors. Papers will be either accepted, rejected, or returned to the authors with requests for changes
December 15, 2014 Final revised manuscript due
April 5, 2015 Special Issue published

Prof. Kwang-Cheng Chen, National Taiwan University, ckc@ntu.edu.tw
Prof. Frank Fitzek, Aalborg University, ff@es.aau.dk
Prof. Victor Leung, University of British Columbia, vleung@ece.ubc.ca

Electronic submissions should be made through http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com:80/jcommnet. Information about submissions is available on the JCN web site, http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jcommnet. Please direct inquiries and intent to submit notifications to the Lead Guest Editor (email: ckc@ntu.edu.tw).

JCN is a high-quality bimonthly archival journal, published by the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences with the technical co-sponsorship of the IEEE Communications Society, covering the fields of Communication Theory and Systems, Wireless Communications, and Networks and Services. JCN began publication in March 1999.




Call for Papers

IEEE International Workshop on Online Social Networks (OSNs)

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OSN'14 : IEEE International Workshop on Online Social Networks (OSNs)
http://lcn-osn.aiu.edu.tr/

To be held in conjunction with
The 39th IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN) Sep. 8-11, 2014, Edmonton, Canada http://www.ieeelcn.org/


Important Dates:
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Submission Deadline : April 24, 2014
Notification of Acceptance : May 30, 2014
Camera Ready Deadline : June 30, 2014


Scope:
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The popularity of OSNs has created an immense amount of research for the analysis of these networks and the data produced in such networks. In particular, data mining has been a widely used approach to analyze the content of the huge amount of data referred to as Big Data Analytics.
Nonetheless, OSNs is an interdisciplinary area which requires expertise from areas such as sociol- ogy, anthropology, statistics, graph theory and networking. To this end, recently networking and communications research community started to show interest in the analysis of OSNs represented as graphs. For instance, graph mining of OSNs is a such an area which requires knowledge in classic graph theory and computational cost considerations.
The problems of how individuals interrelate, group together, how such groups are searched, etc. are akin to the concepts in wireless sensor networks which have long been studied by networking research community.
Similarly, the interplay between social networks and mobile networks/mobile computing is becoming stronger and many areas that relate to crowd sensing via OSNs are still to be exploited. For instance, social networks such as Twitter can provide an "open" publish-subscribe infrastructure for sensors/mobile devices and provide opportunities for crowdsourced sensing and collaboration applications. Finally, privacy/security which has been well-studied for other wireless networks such as vehicular ad hoc networks is a major issue for OSNs that need to be tackled for mobile users of OSNs.

This workshop will focus on original contributions regarding structure, behavior, and optimization of online and mobile social networks without focusing on the actual data produced on these networks. Specifically, OSNs represented as graphs or formed using mobile/wireless devices will be of interest. We solicit unpublished, original contributions in the following areas which is a non-exhaustive list:

Topics of Interest
-Implications of social networking on network design
-Network architecture design to support large scale social applications
-Protocols, middleware and standards for OSNs
-Search strategies in social networks
-Community and influential node detection
-Information Diffusion models
-Graph theoretic analysis for mobile complex (social and wireless) networks
-Decentralized (ad hoc) network applications and services
-Measurement and analysis of online communities
-Evolution of communities in the Web
-Dynamics and evolution patterns of social networks
-Temporal analysis on social networks topologies
-Anomaly detection in social network evolution
-Role identifcation and relation analysis in social network
-Collective social network integration and analysis
-Game theoretic and economic analysis
-Social relationship graphs of mobile devices
-Topology control for complex networks
-Resilience and fault-tolerant network optimization
-Mobile cyber-physical systems
-Optimal content dissemination in complex networks
-Complexity and approximation of social/mobile network optimization
-Structure of social networks and their influence to the design of advanced wireless networks
-Analysis, control and optimization from the perspective of Complex Network Analysis
-Reputation and trust systems
-Anonymity and privacy in mobile OSNs
-Economic incentives for privacy


Submission Guidelines:
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Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers (6 pages, single space, Times Roman font size of 10 to 12 conforming to IEEE style guidelines) using EDAS:
https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=17363

All papers will be peer reviewed. If accepted, at least one of the authors must register and attend the conference for the paper to be included in the proceedings.

Please address all enquiries about submission issues to:
fatih.senel@antalya.edu.tr


Workshop Co-chairs:
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Dr. Fatih Senel, Antalya International University, Antalya, Turkey Dr. Kemal Akkaya, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL, USA Dr. Umit Catalyurek, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA


Program Co-chairs:
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Dr. Izzet Senturk, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA Dr. Hazer Inaltekin, Antalya International University, Antalya, Turkey





Call for Papers

Special issue on Networking for Big Data of IEEE Network (Impact factor 2.853)

Our apologies for cross-posting
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Big Data is an emerging hot topic as human beings are generating data in an explosive fashion. Big Data possesses profound information of our society, and therefore, it impacts numerous aspects of human society, such as government, finance, security, climate and so on. Big Data is usually so large and complex, which is far beyond the capacity of the existing database management tools or traditional data processing applications. Currently, most of the work on Big Data is focusing on business, application and information processing level, such as data mining and analysis.

However, Big Data definitely and desperately desires the support from networking aspect, especially when real time or near real time applications are demanded. For example, the storage of Big Data must depend on distributed systems and mechanisms. Therefore, it involves issues of network performance, structure, security, privacy and so on. However, these aspects of Big Data are seldom studied to date. This Special Issue solicits both original research and tutorial articles that discuss about networking aspect of Big Data, such as, network topology impaction on Big Data, distributed Big Data storage and retrieval, security and privacy protection for Big Data, and so on. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Network architecture design for Big Data
- Distributed systems for Big Data
- Parallel and distributed algorithms for Big Data
- Data migration and backup for Big Data
- Data synchronization for Big Data
- Access control in Big Data
- Network security, privacy and trust in Big Data
- Network performance analysis in Big Data
- Network modelling for Big Data
- Anonymous communication for Big Data
- Big Networked Data

With regard to both the content and formatting style of the submissions, prospective contributors should follow the IEEE Network guidelines for authors that can be found at http://www.comsoc.org/netmag/paper-submission-guidelines. Authors should submit their manuscripts through ScholarOne for IEEE Network Magazine. Choose"Special Issue — Networking for Big Data" from the drop down menu on the submission page. The timetable is as follows:

Manuscript submission: December 1, 2013
Acceptance notification: March 1, 2014
Final manuscript due: May 1, 2014
Publication date: July 2014

The Guest Editors for this issue are:
Shui Yu, syu@deakin.edu.au
Xiaodong Lin, xiaodong.lin@uoit.ca
Jelena Misic, jmisic@scs.ryerson.ca





Call for Papers

1st Workshop on Dynamic Social Networks DySON

Scope
Social wireless and mobile networks have gained considerable interest over the last five to ten years and have become in many cases the lion¡¦s share of wireless businesses. Such networks are now well known as the primal channels for communication between people, means for increasing marketing potentials, tools for enabling social research, and forums for affecting political trends, all of which eventually indicate a more than ever increasing penetration and exploitation of wireless and mobile networks in human lives.
The proposed workshop (DySON) will mainly cover the technical aspects of the interplay between social and wireless mobile networks, and more specifically will focus on original contributions regarding topics, such as structure, behavior, and optimization of social and mobile wireless networks. DySON aspires to raise the awareness of the research and industrial communities in the important topics of control and optimization in social wireless mobile networks and provide a venue for the presentation and dissemination of latest original contributions in the corresponding field of science.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to)
‧ Interplay between online social networks and wireless communications
• Network Utility Maximization (NUM)
• Primal-Dual decomposition for network algorithms
• Optimal control of networks
• Stochastic network optimization
• Cross-layer network optimization
• Spectrum-agile network optimization
• Game theoretic and economic analysis
• Social relationship graphs of mobile devices
• Topology Control for complex networks
• Resilience and fault-tolerant network optimization
• Mobile cyber-physical systems
• Control and optimization in cyber-physical systems
• Optimal content dissemination in complex networks
• Complex network structure analysis and optimization
• Complexity and approximation of social/mobile network optimization
• Control and optimization in social-aware network solutions
• Graph theoretic analysis for mobile complex (social and wireless) networks
• Structure of social networks and their influence to the design of advanced wireless networks
• Adaptive algorithms for evolving online social and wireless networks
• Social-aware network solutions in wireless communications
• Complexity and approximation of social/mobile network optimization and control techniques

Workshop Organizers
General Co-Chairs:
Dr. Symeon Papavassiliou, NTUA, Greece
Dr. Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada

Publicity, Local-arrangements Chair:
Dr. Kui Wu, University of Victoria, Canada

Technical Program Co-Chairs:
Dr. My Thai, University of Florida, USA
Dr. Jianwei Niu, Beihang University, China
Dr. Vasileios Karyotis, NTUA, Greece

Important Dates
• Paper submission deadline: December 15, 2013
• Notification of acceptance: February 07, 2014
• Camera-ready due: February 28, 2014

Paper Submission
Authors are encouraged to submit full papers describing original, complete research, not currently under review by another conference or journal. Papers should be submitted electronically via the EDAS system in pdf format, not to exceed 6 pages, and should follow the IEEE conference format. For author guidelines please refer to: http://www.netmode.ntua.gr/dyson2014 and for paper submission please follow: https://edas.info/N16157



Call for Papers

Special Issue on Signal Processing for Social Networks
of the
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing

Networks are fundamental to our modern world: they appear throughout science and society, and continue to grow in size, complexity and importance. Whenever entities and relationships between them are observed, a network is defined. As structural objects composed of nodes and links, networks play a strong and well-defined role across mathematics, science and engineering.

However, significant advances in mathematical knowledge and understanding are required if a holistic set of theory and methods is to be developed for signal processing on graphs and networks¡Xparticularly social networks. In this realm, an important byproduct of the emergence of on-line social media is the phenomenon that most things that are done on-line are recorded instantly: be it web-clicks, transactions, wall-posts on Facebook, tweets, or blogs. In the past year alone, 1.8 zettabytes (1021 ) of data have been generated in this way. The access to this massive amount of social data presents a unique opportunity to the signal processing community.

As networks grow in size and complexity, the ability to analyze them using modern signal processing methods is at substantial risk of failing to keep pace. This special issue, ¡§Signal Processing for Social Networks,¡¨ will focus on a core set of signal processing fundamentals for social networks, to provide both the necessary strong theoretical underpinnings and also the practical tools required to impact important practical applications.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

• Multi-agent estimation, detection and active decision-making in which agents communicate over (a possibly random) graph
• Handling, analysis, and visualization of ¡§big data¡¨ from social networks
• Statistical signal processing and machine learning for social network data
• Detection and estimation theory with application to social networks
• Models and inference algorithms for information spreading in social networks
• Privacy and security & privacy preserving inference on user behavior from social network data
• Design, pricing and incentive mechanism for crowd-sourced system
• Data-driven policy making

Guest Editors:
• Kwang-Cheng Chen, National Taiwan University (chenkc@ee.ntu.edu.tw)
• Vikram Krishnamurthy, University of British Columbia (vikramk@ece.ubc.ca)
• H. Vincent Poor, Princeton University (poor@princeton.edu)
• Devavrat Shah, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (devavrat@mit.edu)
• Patrick J. Wolfe, University College London (p.wolfe@ucl.ac.uk)

Schedule:
• Manuscript submission due: September 15, 2013
• First review due: December 1, 2013
• Revised manuscript due: January 15, 2014
• Second review due: March 1, 2014
• Final manuscript due: April 1, 2014

For Information on Paper Submission Please Visit the Following Site:

http://www.signalprocessingsociety.org/publications/periodicals/jstsp/jstsp-author-info/



Call for Papers

Social Networks Track in Selected Areas In Communications Symposium

The 2014 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) will be held in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia between 16 and 20 June 2014. The theme of this flagship conference of IEEE Communications Society for 2014 is ¡§Communications: The Centrepoint of Digital Economy.¡¨ The conference will feature a comprehensive technical program including twelve Symposia and a number of Tutorials and Workshops. IEEE ICC 2014 will also include an attractive expo program including keynote speakers, and Industry Forum & Exhibitions (IF&E). We invite you to submit your original technical papers, industry forum, workshop, and tutorial proposals to this event. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE ICC 2014 Conference Proceedings and in IEEE XploreR. Full details of submission procedures are available at http://www.ieee-icc.org/2014.

Scope and Topics of Interest
Social networks have become prevalent forms of communication and interaction on the Internet and make up an increasingly part of the network traffic. As a result, social networks have attracted significant research interests in a large number of related areas. Social networks have traditional been studied outside of the technological domains, but focus is now changing towards networking challenges such as cloud, privacy, data analytics, etc. while still keeping the social perspective such as focusing on improving quality-of-life. The interplay between social networks and technological networks such as mobile networks and mobile computing is becoming still strong and many areas are still to be exploited. The topics of interest for this track include (but are not limited to):

• Influence, reputation, recommendation, community structure, advertisement, etc.
• Analytical techniques as a foundation to enable social networks of massive networked (big) data
• Trusted networking, privacy and security, user behaviors and dynamics, and digital right management
• System architecture, protocols, middleware and software engineering, terminal technology, user experience and interface technology, deployment and operations, and standards,
• Social networks applications and services to mobile Internet, multimedia networks, mobile-commerce, cyber-physical systems, and their potential social, economic, and cultural impacts
• Interplay between social networks and physical communications, such as deriving social interactions from (mobile) communication networks, and social network characterization from wireless communication theory
• Social networks influence on (wireless) communications systems and networks and subsequent new design paradigm of future (wireless) communications
• Applications of large social network analysis and relational structure of social networks to design advanced wireless communication networks, and interplay with network science areas such as physics and biology

Submission Guidelines:
Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical papers by the deadline 15 September 2013 for publication in the IEEE ICC 2014 Conference

Proceedings and for oral or poster presentation(s). All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of six (6) printed pages (10-point font) including figures without incurring additional page charges (a maximum of one additional page will be accepted, subject to over-length charge).

Standard IEEE Transactions templates for Microsoft Word or LaTeX formats found at
http://www.ieee.org/portal/pages/pubs/transactions/stylesheets.html
Alternatively you can follow the sample instructions in template.pdf at
http://www.comsoc.org/confs/globecom/2008/downloads/template.pdf
Only PDF files will be accepted for the review process and all submissions
must be done through EDAS at
https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=15399

Important dates:
Paper Submission: 15 September 2013
Acceptance Notification: 12 January 2014
Camera-Ready: 13 February 2014

Symposium Track Chair:
Neeli Rashmi Prasad, Center for TeleInFrastruktur, neeli.prasad@ieee.org





Call for Papers

Special Issue on Mobile Social Networks
IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine

Social networks contribute a significant fraction of Internet traffic, and increasingly this traffic is in support of mobile social networking. This situation has spurred considerable recent research interest in mobile social networks. Social networks have been studied for decades, although most of the earlier work in this area addressed issues lying outside the scope of technological networks. More recently, social network models that treat relationships as connections to form networks or graphs have emerged in mobile Internet and mobile computing/communications, as the foundations of cloud-based applications and services. However, there are still significant technological challenges in the development of the cloud infrastructure and mobile terminal devices, and the purpose of this special issue is to highlight recent advances in this field.

Research in network science and its application to the Internet has highlighted the interplay between technological networks and social networks. This interplay suggests a paradigm shift in the design of wireless communication systems and networks to incorporate social network theory and applications into such design. In light of this trend and the rising prevalence of mobile social networks, this special issue will focus on the following subjects of interest, as well as related issues:

• Inference and knowledge discovery with big mobile data; i.e., influence, reputation, recommendation, community structure, advertising, measurements, and experiments, for large mobile social networks and personal & location services
• Belief and message propagation, computational intelligence and machine learning, game theoretic and economic analysis, graph theoretic analysis, biological and ecological modeling, data analysis and inference, and compressed sensing, as foundations to enable massive mobile social networks.
• Trusted networking, privacy and security, user behavior and dynamics,, digital rights management, movement and location, in mobile social networks
• System architecture, protocols, middleware and software engineering, terminal/device technology, user experience and interface technology, deployment and operations, and standards, for cloud-based mobile social networks
• Social networking applications and services for mobile Internet, mobile multimedia networks, mobile-commerce, mobile cyber-physical systems, and their potential social, economic, and cultural impact
• Social networking influence on wireless systems and networks and subsequent new design paradigms for future wireless networks
• Applications of large social network analysis and the relational structure of social networks to the design of advanced wireless communication networks
• Interplay between social networks and wireless communications, such as deriving social interactions from mobile communication networks, and social network characterization from communication theory

Prospective authors should prepare their submissions in accordance with the rules specified in the Information for Authors of the IEEE Wireless Communications guidelines ( http://www.comsoc.org/wirelessmag/author-guidelines ). Authors should submit a PDF version of their complete manuscript to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ieee-wcm. The timetable is as follows:

Submission deadline: June 1, 2013
Initial Decision: August 10, 2013
Revised Manuscript Due: September 15, 2013
Final Decision: October 15, 2013
Final Manuscript Due: November 10, 2013
Publication: February 2014

Guest Editors Kwang-Cheng Chen, National Taiwan University, email: chenkc@cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw H. Vincent Poor, Princeton UniversityRamjee Prasad, Aalborg University



Call for Papers (Submission Deadline Extended)

IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications: Special Issues on Emerging Technologies in Communications - 2012

The IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) has inaugurated a new series of special issues, under the banner of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC), on ¡§Emerging Technologies in Communications.¡¨ This series is unique in that it will be published online and distributed to JSAC subscribers. The first special issue will be published online in 2012 and the second one will be published online in 2013. These issues will deal with eight emerging technical areas selected from ComSoc¡¦s Technical Committees and Technical Sub-committees.

Special Issues on Emerging Technologies in Communications (2012)
This special issue will cover the following four technical areas.
Please visit each area¡¦s Web site for detailed CFPs.

Area 1: e-Health
http://cms.comsoc.org/eprise/main/SiteGen/e_Health/Content/Home/COLLABORATION.html

Area 2: Peer-to-peer Networking
http://bbcr.uwaterloo.ca/~wtc/jsac_cfp.html

Area 3: Vehicular Networks and Telematics Applications
http://www.nucomm.org/~vnta/

Area 4: Social Networks:
http://comm-center.ntu.edu.tw/social-subcommittee/events.htm

Prospective authors should prepare their submissions in accordance with the rules specified in the ¡¥Information for Authors¡¦
section of the JSAC guidelines (http://www.jsac.ucsd.edu/Guidelines/info.html). Authors should submit a PDF version of their
complete manuscript to http://www.edas.info. The timetable is as follows:

2012 Issue Schedule
 Initial paper submission: 2/15/2012  3/01/2012
 First reviews complete: 6/1/2012
 Second reviews complete/decision made: 8/15/2012
 Final to publisher: 11/1/2012

Series Editorial Board
 Dr. Naohisa Ohta (Editor-in-Chief) Keio University (naohisa@kmd.keio.ac.jp)
 Dr. Atsushi Takahara (Co Editor-in-Chief: 2012 issue) NTT Network Innovation Labs. (takahara.atsushi@lab.ntt.co.jp)
 Dr. Andrzej Jajszczyk (Co Editor-in-Chief: 2013 Issue) AGH University of Science and Technology (jajszcz@agh.edu.pl)
 Dr. Roberto Saracco (Co Editor-in-Chief for Overview/Visionary papers) Telecom Italia (roberto.saracco@telecomitalia.it)
 Dr. Ray Pradeep (Area 1) University of New South Wales (p.ray@unsw.edu.au)
 Dr. Sherman Shen (Area 2) University of Waterloo (xshen@bbcr.uwaterloo.ca)
 Dr. Tao Zhang (Area 3) Telcordia (tao@research.telcordia.com)
 Dr. Kwang-Cheng Chen (Area 4) National Taiwan University (chenkc@ee.ntu.edu.tw)


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