[ecoop-info] CFP - Wireless World Research Forum Meeting 31 in Vancouver, Oct. 22-24, 2013

Scott Fowler scott_fowler at ymail.com
Wed Jul 17 09:45:21 CEST 2013

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Call for Papers
31st Meeting of Wireless World Research Forum 
22-24 October 2013, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Wireless Enabled Smart Societies in the 2020s

Hosted by: The Institute for Computing, Information and
        Cognitive Systems (ICICS) at The University of British Columbia

WWRF invites researchers to share information and present results on Wireless Enabled Smart Societies in the next decade and beyond, with the intention of identifying open issues and providing examples of how to resolve those issues. Technical papers describing recent research results and controversial but substantiated opinions that may influence the direction of future R&D work are solicited. Contributions focusing on the theme above are particularly welcome. A selection of the contributions will be presented at the meeting, along with invited and keynote presentations. Contributions that are accepted for the meeting will appear in the meeting proceedings and may be published in WWRF Outlook (a series of white papers) or be incorporated into new volumes in the Wiley-WWRF book series. The best papers from the meeting will be included in a special issue of IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine.

Important Dates:
            • Submission of extended abstracts:         14th August, 2013
            • Notification of acceptance:                    6th September, 2013
            • Final papers:                                                 2nd October, 2013
Contributors should submit an extended abstract to the relevant Working Group (WG) for review. Extended abstracts should be at least two pages (A4 or Letter) in length, either in plain ASCII text, MS Word or Adobe PDF. A template for abstracts or papers is available at www.wwrf31.ch.  Full papers must be prepared using the WWRF template, available at the same page and may be submitted for publication in the meeting proceedings in either Adobe PDF or MS Word format. The list below shows the different working groups (WGs). 
·        WG A - User Needs & Requirements in a Secure Environment in different Socio-Economic settings
        WGA_contrib at wireless-world-research.org         
·        WG B - Services, devices and service architectures
WGB_contrib at wireless-world-research.org          
·        WG C - Communication architectures and technologies
WGC_contrib at wireless-world-research.org         
·        WG D - Radio Communication Technologies
              WGD_contrib at wireless-world-research.org          
Please send the Email contributions to the closest relevant working group.
Student Grants
Funding is available to support a number of students presenting papers at the meeting. Application for student funding must be provided with paper submission. The level of grant will depend on available funds, the quality of the paper and the student's country of residence.
For more information visit the web page www.wwrf31.ch    
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