ISSNIP

ISSNIP 2010 Call for Symposia, Workshops & Tutorials

Call for Symposia, Workshops & Tutorials [pdf]

ISSNIP is a 4-day event organized as a number of independent symposia that discuss recent results Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing. This year ISSNIP will be co-located with e-Science 2010.

Parties interested in running a half or full day symposium or workshop at ISSNIP should submit a no more than one page proposal to the general chair that includes:
• The names of the two proposed TPC chairs
• The title of the symposium/workshop
• The length (half or full day)
• A brief outline of the scope

For a tutorial the proposal should include:
• The names of the organizer(s)
• The title of the tutorial and an outline
• The length of the tutorial

Possible topics:
• Cooperating objects or robot/sensor network integration
• Energy harvesting and efficiency in sensor networks
• Energy monitoring and control applications
• Building monitoring and control applications
• Next generation sensors for sensor networks
• Participatory or urban sensing and web 2.0 integration
• Healthcare
• Transport
• Marine or underwater applications
• Agriculture and environmental applications
• Middleware
• RFID and sensor network integration
• Infrastructure monitoring
• Sensor Network Security
• Multimedia Processing in Sensor Networks
• Real-time and control applications of sensor networks

ISSNIP time line:
• Symposium and Tutorial Proposals: 15 May
• Notification of acceptance of proposal: 22 May
• Paper submission deadline 1 August 2010
• Notification of Acceptance 15 September 2010
• Final Paper Submission 1 November 2010
• Conference Dates: 7-10 December 2009

Conference organization
Peter Corke, QUT, General chair
peter.corke@qut.edu.au

Steering committee:
• Pedro Jose Marron, University of Bonn
• M. Palaniswami, University of Melbourne
• Slaven Marusic, University of Melbourne
• Tim Wark, CSIRO,
• Raja Jurdak, CSIRO
• Wen Hu, CSIRO, Australia
• Sanjay Jha, UNSW
• Nirupama Bulusu, Portland State

Contact: Prof. Peter Corke

Phone: + 61 7 3138 1794

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