is a major international conference to present original and fundamental advances
in the field of Computer Communications and Networks. It also serves to foster
communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of
scientific areas with a common interest in improving Computer Communications and
primary focus of the conference is on new and original research results in the
areas of design, implementation and applications of Computer Communications and
Networks. We invite you to submit papers that address novel, challenging, and
innovative results. The topics include, but are not limited to:
Control and Management
and Pervasive Computing
Communication over IP Networks
of wired and wireless networks
Ad hoc Networks (MANETs)
are invited to submit complete and original papers. Papers to be submitted
should not have been previously published in another forum, and should not be
currently under review by another journal or conference. All submitted papers
will be refereed for quality, correctness, originality and relevance. Of
particular interest are papers that address experiences with concrete computer
communications/networks and applications. An accepted paper must be presented
by one of the authors at the conference venue. These accepted papers will be
published in the conference proceedings by IEEE Press. All manuscripts must be
limited to 6 pages with font size 10 in standard IEEE camera ready format
(double column). The Program Committee reserves the right to decline without
review any papers that exceed these length specifications. Submissions also
must include the title, author(s) and affiliation, e-mail address, fax/phone
numbers and postal address. In case of multiple authors, indicate which author
is responsible for correspondence and preparing the camera ready paper for the
proceedings. Electronic submission is required (ps or pdf format is
preferred). Manuscripts should be
submitted by April 25, 2004 to the ICCCN2004 website.
STUDENT POSTER SESSIONS:
conference includes student poster sessions that highlight recent and ongoing
research that has not been published elsewhere. An electronic (Postscript or
PDF) version of the poster must be submitted to the conference website, along
with a 200-word abstract. The first author of the poster must be a student at
the time of submission; the student is expected to attend the conference and
be available for discussion during the poster sessions. Accepted abstracts
will be published in the conference proceedings. Students with accepted
posters receive a discount from the regular conference registration fee.
paper session and poster sessions are two fully independent conference tracks,
with separate review procedures. Submitted papers are not considered for
poster sessions, and poster submissions are not considered for paper sessions.
Submission of identical research material to both paper and poster sessions is
contact program co-chairs with any questions:
of Electrical & Computer Eng.
Polytechnic Institute and State University
N Washington St. Suite 400
submission deadline : April 25, 2004
submission deadline : June 15, 2004
of acceptance: June 28, 2004
ready papers due: July 30, 2004
encourage submissions from students. Some travel assistance may be available for
students with top quality papers.
visit the ICCCN2004 web site http://icccn.sce.umkc.edu for more up-to-date
Luijten, IBM Zurich Research (email@example.com).
BEST PAPER AWARD:
ICCCN will select the best paper each year and authors of the paper will be recognized at the conference.