INFOCOM 2001 (20 Years into the Co)

Venue: Hilton Anchorage Hotel,

Location: Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 22, 2001 End Date/Time: Apr 26, 2001
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Description

Twentieth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE
Computer and Communications Societies
The major conference on computer communications and networking is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the splendid setting of the Hilton Anchorage Hotel in Anchorage (Alaska) during the week of April 22-26. The conference will bring together researchers and practitioners of every aspect of digital communications and networks, presenting the most up-to-date results and achievements in the field.

IEEE Infocom is sponsored by the Technical Committees on Computer Communications (TCCC) of the Societies

Important Dates
Full paper due July 5, 2000
Notification of acceptance October 31, 2000
Final version due December 31, 2000


The Gigabit Networking Workshop (April 22, 2001) and OpenArch 2001 (April 27-28) will be held in conjunction with Infocom 2001.
Questions? Send e-mail to Rauf Izmailov.

Venue

Hilton Anchorage Hotel, 500 West Third Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska United States of America 99501
Anchorage
Alaska
United States
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IEEE Infocom 2001 Call for Papers and Paper Submission Instructions Deadline for paper submission is July 5, 2000 Scope Paper Submission Instructions Formatting Instructions for Review Submission Instructions for Review Review Process Panel and Tutorial Submission Instructions Travel Grants Important Dates Program Committee Co-Chairs Scope The major conference on computer communications and networking is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the splendid setting of Anchorage (Alaska) during the week of April 22-26. The conference will bring together researchers and practitioners of every aspect of digital communications and networks, presenting the most up-to-date results and achievements in the field. The Infocom 2001 program committee is soliciting original papers describing state-of-the-art research and development in all areas of computer networking and data communications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: Active networks BISDN and ATM Billing and pricing Communication protocols Congestion, admission and flow control Cryptography, information hiding Internet and Web applications Mobile networks Multicast Multimedia Multiple access Network architectures Network management and control Network measurements and testbeds Optical networks Protocol design, analysis and performance Quality of service Queueing theory Routing Scheduling Security and privacy Storage area networks Switching and switch architectures Traffic management and control Wireless networks Paper Submission Instructions We will be strictly enforcing the July 5th deadline. There have been quite a few requests for extensions and the decision was to adhere to the (already extended) deadline of July 5 because of the tight review schedule and fairness issues with large conferences such as IEEE Infocom. We hope you will be able to submit your paper. Thanks for your understanding. IEEE Infocom only reviews and publishes original work not currently under consideration elsewhere, as described in the detailed policy. Papers not meeting these criteria will be withdrawn from the conference without review as soon as the conflict comes to the attention of the program committee. Papers must be submitted electronically in the manner and format detailed below. Authors for whom this presents a severe problem should contact one of the technical program committee co-chairs to discuss alternatives. Formatting Instructions for Review Papers must be formatted according to the IEEE standard double-column format, except the font size, which must be 11pt. The file infocom_sample.pdf contains a sample. To make it easy to adhere to the formatting standard we offer templates and samples for Latex , MSWord , and FrameMaker . Submission must be in PDF, version 3. However, the committee will also accept Postscript from Latex, FrameMaker, or MSWord source file. Postscript papers must use only standard PostScript fonts: Times Roman, Courier, Symbol, and Helvetica. (Postscript output from MSWord typically does not work on non-Microsoft platforms. The use of the Apple LaserWriter II or Linotronic printer driver is strongly recommended). The above formatted papers can be submitted in a compressed form (gzip, but not zip). LaTeX, Framemaker and Microsoft Word files cannot be accepted. You must submit PDF or PostScript. Because of the size limitation on the final manuscript, and to ensure that the reviewed paper and the final version have a similar size, papers with more than 11 pages will not be reviewed. Submission Instructions for Review Papers must be submitted electronically using the electronic submission Web site infocom.ucsd.edu starting June 1st, 2000. This web page contains exact instructions. The submission process includes providing detailed contact information. To save space, authors can omit this information from the paper itself. Authors will receive an immediate notification of the successful receipt of the file containing their paper. Subsequently, a notification will be sent if the paper cannot be printed successfully. Submissions will only be accepted until July 5th, 2000; no extensions beyond this date will be granted. Submission deadlines are strict! Papers that have been improperly submitted or improperly formatted by the submission date will not be considered. To avoid last minute problems, authors are encouraged to submit their papers well in advance of the deadline. If you run into technical difficulties submitting your paper, please contact Zhi-Li Zhang at zhzhang@cs.umn.edu for assistance. Zhi-Li Zhang is only responsible for "mechanical" paper submission problems only, e.g., ftp difficulties or format questions. Please send all other questions to the technical program chairs. Review Process Each paper will typically be reviewed by three independent reviewers whose reviews will be relayed to the correspondence author. To facilitate the review process authors will be asked to classify the paper according to a list of categories so that the most appropriate reviewers handle the paper. Since last year, a new step has been introduced into the process and authors may have a chance to provide a limited rebuttal of the review before the program committee makes its final decision. Panel and Tutorial Submission Instructions Proposals for panels, half- or full-day tutorials should be submitted to the panel and tutorial chairs. Travel Grants Limited travel assistance to students, post-docs and junior faculty for defraying some of the costs of presenting a paper in the conference will be available. Please refer to the conference web sites for further details later this year. Important Dates Complete paper due July 5, 2000 Notification of paper acceptance October 31, 2000 Final version due December 31, 2000 Tutorials April 22-23, 2001 Conference April 24-26, 2001 CFPs for Printing This CFP is also available in PostScript, PDF and ASCII. Program Committee Co-Chairs Rene L. Cruz, UCSD, USA Giovanni Pacifici, IBM, USA