[hpc-announce] Call for Posters and Demos - GreeNets 2016: June 27-29, 2016 - Valencia, Spain
Gregorio Martinez Perez
gregorio at um.es
Mon Feb 1 05:57:54 CST 2016
The 3rd EAI International Conference on Green Communications and Networking - GreeNets 2016
June 27–29, 2016
CALL FOR POSTERS AND DEMOS
The 3rd EAI International Conference on Green Communications and Networking (GreeNets 2016) continues the series of highly selective single-track
international conference focused on premier research results at the challenges of designing, building, and deploying GreenNets.
GreeNets 2016 seeks proposals for posters and live demonstrations describing novel work on green mobile networks, system architectures, networking and
communication protocols, applications, test-bed and prototype, traffic balance and energy-efficient cooperation transmission, system and application
issues related to GreeNets. Posters and demonstrations will be presented during a reception at the conference. The poster/demo session is meant to
introduce new and ongoing work and provide opportunities for authors to interact directly with conference attendees. Posters sessions provide a forum
for researchers to present their work in progress that can generate discussion or promising new ideas from experts. On the other hand, live demos
session will offer a unique opportunity to showcase real prototypes, tools, and systems to the conference attendees.
The areas of interest for both poster and demo abstracts are the same as for full research papers. Please refer to:
Demo and poster abstracts must not exceed 3 pages. Titles should start with "Poster: ..." or "Demo: ..." depending on the case.
Please use the main GreeNets conference paper style (http://greenets.org/2016/show/authors-kit) and submission guidelines.
The page limits include figures, tables, and references. Submissions may not be anonymous.
Poster and demo abstracts will be reviewed by at least three members of the poster/demo committee to ensure quality and matching to the goals of the
poster/demo session as well as to the conference’s topics. Accepted poster and demo abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings.
Demo and poster proposals should include the following:
- The purpose and goals of the work.
- Any background and motivation needed to understand the work.
- Any critical hypotheses and assumptions that underlie the work.
- A clear summary of the contribution and/or results, in sufficient detail for a (re)viewer to understand the work and its relevance. If the work is
at an initial stage, it is especially important to state clearly the anticipated contributions and any early results towards them.
- The relationship to other related efforts, where appropriate. Authors of accepted posters may be asked to point out relationships to work
represented by other accepted posters.
- Where to find additional information (a web site where viewers can go to find additional information about the work how to contact the authors,
including email addresses citations for any papers, books, or other materials that provide additional information)
If selected, authors shall prepare a final, camera ready version of the extended abstract, taking into account all feedback from reviewers, and
formatted according to the GreeNets conference.
[Presentation at the conference]
In addition to space given to every accepted abstract during the poster/demo session, one author of the abstract will be given a slot in a further
"10-minute madness" session within the main program. In this session, authors will have the opportunity to describe their work to the entire
conference audience with a single slide and a 10-minute speech.
Demo Deadline: February 15, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: March 4, 2016
Camera-ready Deadline: March 20, 2016
Conference dates: 27th - 29th June 2016
[Conference organising committees]
Jaime Lloret, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Demos, Posters and PhD Track Chair:
Gregorio Martinez, University of Murcia, Spain
Sandra Sendra, Integrated Management Coastal Research Institute, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Alejandro Canovas, Integrated Management Coastal Research Institute, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia,Spain
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Prof. Gregorio Martinez Perez, PhD
University of Murcia, Spain
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