[ecoop-info] CFP--The 2nd MENS 2010 @IEEE GLOBECOM 2010

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The paper submission due is extended to June 30, 2010.
Selected papers will be published in SCI indexed journals

Call for Papers

The Second International Symposium on Multidisciplinary Emerging Networks
and Systems (MENS2010)

Xi'an, China

October 26-29, 2010


- Two Special Issues in prestigious journals (Indexed by SCI): Journal of
Computer and System Sciences (Elsevier, SCI, Impact Factor: 1.244), and
Telecommunication Systems (Springer, SCI, Impact Factor: 0.396)
- Proceedings published by IEEE Computer Society Press (Indexed by EI)
- Held in Xi'an, a historical city in China, in conjunction with

Important Dates
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2010 (extended)
Paper Status Notification: July 20, 2010 (extended)
Camera-Ready Manuscript Due: July 30, 2010

As computing and network systems gradually become the fundamental
infrastructure of the information society, many multidisciplinary research
topics emerge to support/reflect the features of our economics and society.
As we know, in the research and application of future networks and systems,
only a technical approach is far too weak to deliver a satisfactory
solution. Even more important is that, multidisciplinary perspectives and
approaches will shed new light on various related issues in different
networks and systems, and foster new applications. In this direction,
knowledge from biology, psychology, economics (e.g., game theory), social
network, and many other research fields can provide important and helpful
hints for future networks and systems research.

Following the success of the International Symposium on Multidisciplinary
Autonomous Networks and Systems (MANS2009), the International Symposium on
Multidisciplinary Emerging Networks and Systems (MENS 2010) is organized in
series to continue providing a forum for researchers and practitioners to
exchange new ideas and information regarding advancements in the state of
the art of emerging networks and systems from multidisciplinary
perspectives. This symposium will as well facilitate to identify new
research topics and envision the future.

Papers that illustrate innovative research works, works-in-progress, new
ideas, or survey works are solicited. Topics include but are not limited to
the following:
- Innovative models for intelligent networks and systems
- Evolutionary principles of intelligent networks and systems
- Bio-inspired information and communication systems
- Economic concepts and mechanisms, and game theory
- Emotional, and psychological computing
- Complex adaptive systems, and self-organized systems
- Web service, grid, cloud and transparent computing
- Trust and reputation models and management
- Privacy, security, ethics, culture, and anonymity issues
- Mobile, Peer-to-Peer social networks and wireless ad hoc networks
- Sensor networks and social sensing
- Socially-inspired and collaborative computing
- Agents, and massive agents systems
- Service science, management and engineering
- u-Things, u-Science and u-Engineering
- Intelligent transportation systems, and safety-critical systems
- Empirical studies of multidisciplinary approaches
- Trustable and assurance networks
- Network survivability, fault tolerance and dependability

Special Sessions
Two Special Sessions on "Assurance Networks" and "Network Survivability" are

Submission and Publication
All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three PC members or
external reviewers. At least one author of each accepted paper is required
to register and present their work at the symposium. Otherwise the paper
will not be included in the proceedings.

The proceedings of the symposium will be published by IEEE Computer Society
Press (Indexed by EI). The manuscripts must be in English and should be
formatted according to the IEEE CS Proceedings Guidelines. The camera-ready
manuscripts can be up to 6 pages.

All paper submissions will be handled electronically by the EasyChair
conference management system.

For more details, please refer to
- http://jinlab.human.waseda.ac.jp/mens2010/submission.html

Special Issues (Indexed by SCI)
Selected papers, after extension and further revisions, will be published in
special issues of two prestigious journals:
- Journal of Computer and System Sciences (Elsevier, SCI, Impact Factor:
- Telecommunication Systems (Springer, SCI, Impact Factor: 0.396)

MENS2010 Organizing Committees
- http://jinlab.human.waseda.ac.jp/mens2010/committee.html

Contact Information
- mens.org at gmail.com
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