Sponsorship Opportunities

Would your company be interested in sponsoring ICCCN 2009?

Sponsorship opportunities are available at all levels. We would like to invite you to sponsor the ICCCN 2009 conference which is to be held in San Francisco in August 2009. ICCCN 2009 has been approved for technical co-sponsorship by IEEE (ComSoc) and is a reputed conference in its 18th year. The papers and presentations are excellent; the acceptance rate in 2008 was around 25%.

Would your company be interested in sponsoring events such as the Tutorial Program, a Distinguished Invited Talk or Student Best Paper award etc. at the conference? Or you could be listed as a sponsor for the entire conference. We know sponsorship funds may be tight this year — however, ICCCN 2009 is a worthwhile conference which will bring leading experts to the Bay area and maybe of interest to you.

Benefits for ICCCN 2009 Sponsors/Benefactors

Sponsors: ($2,000-$4,999)

Benefactors: ($5,000 and above)

These two levels of sponsorship will provide your company with exceptional international exposure for your products and services. We can work with your company to tailor these sponsorship packages to maximize the value of the sponsorship to your circumstances. For detailed information, please contact Dr. Byrav Ramamurthy (byrav@cse.unl.edu) or Dr. Aggelos K. Katsaggelos (aggk@eecs.northwestern.edu), the General Chairs of ICCCN 2009.

Note: ICCCN 2009 also considers supporters who provide funding for a Distinguished Invited Talk ($1000). The benefit is to name the specific talk using the supporting company’s name, and to put the logos on conference website and programs.

ICCCN History and ICCCN 2009 Highlights

ICCCN (or IC3N) has been a major international conference for the presentation of novel and fundamental advances in the field of Computer Communications and Networking since 1992. It is a Rank 2 communications and networking conference, ranked at the same level as ICC and higher than Globecom (based on the recent computer science conference rankings):

This conference has been technical-sponsored by IEEE for many years, and ICCCN 2009 is the 18th version of this event. ICCCN 2008 (http://icccn.org/icccn08/) was held in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands during August 3-7, 2008, where 302 experts from 32 countries attended and presented their advanced work in 72 technical sessions. The paper acceptance ratio is 25% for the conference main program.

Other conference highlights include:

Attendees have a wonderful time at the conference and are very satisfied with the diverse program that provides plenty of choice to attend paper sessions, position talks, panels and other forums.