International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks

ICCCN 2013

Nassau, Bahamas

July 30 - August 2, 2013

ICCCN 2013 – Track on Wireless LAN, Ad Hoc and Mesh Networks (LAMN)

Wireless networks have crossed the chasm. Popular technologies such the IEEE 802.11 were the catalyst for the widespread use of wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Nomadic computing, home networks, and Wi-Fi services are now common place. The transition to multi-hop wireless networks has seemed natural for quite some time now, but has yet to happen. Nonetheless, wireless networks have become important to a range of applications and systems.

Numerous research efforts contributed systems and protocols for that purpose and lead to new, lower cost equipment, products, and services. At the same time, impromptu and on-demand formation of networks, often ephemeral, volatile, or highly mobile, got increased attention in the community, resulting in a large volume of novel schemes to basically revise networking.

The increasing capabilities and the proliferation of wireless devices, and the increasing needs of their users raise new technical challenges. To address those, both theoretical and systems approaches are invaluable. In this track, we invite submissions of works with novel contributions of either type. We are primarily interested in submissions of papers concerned with:

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Important Dates

Paper Due (Extended Deadline) March 3, 2013 (firm)
Acceptance Notification April 15, 2013
Camera-Ready Due May 13, 2013
Registration Due

Submission Link

Please note the submission guideline ( for ICCCN 2013.

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