9th International Workshop on Autonomous Self-Organizing Networks
To be held in conjunction with CANDAR'16, Hiroshima, Japan, November 22-25, 2016.
Scope of the conference
The recent growth of high speed wired/wireless access and LANs, functional wireless terminals such as smart phones and tablets, and cost-effective sensor/tag devices increasingly stimulate the emergence of user-centric network services collecting and exploiting user-provided data. Monitoring and notification system of children or elderly people using sensor data is such an example. In order that the networks support these services in the flexible and scalable manners, multihop/relay technique involving user terminals will play a key role. From this perspective, mobile ad hoc and mesh networks, sensor networks and P2P networks have been attracting much attention. These networks typically consist of autonomous nodes without any central control and they should be self-organizing to handle the growing complexity of the upcoming networks and to adapt to unpredictable change of the network environments. Distributed topology management, resource management and routing are common research challenges in all these networks. The objective of this Workshop is to discuss new approaches and technologies in the field of ad hoc and mesh networks, sensor networks and P2P networks through papers. Particularly, we welcome papers describing protocol designs or performance evaluations both from theoretical and practical aspects, or describing observations and findings from practical experiments.
Suggested topics include but are not limited to the followings:
- Network configuration and topology management
- Cross-layer design and interaction
- Energy efficiency
- Location management, location based services
- Distributed sensing
- Network coding
- Vehicular networks
- Measurement from experimental test-beds
- Cognitive radio networks
- Medium access control for resource management
- Scalable and robust routing
with respect to autonomous self-organizing networks including ad hoc networks/sensor networks/P2P networks.
- Regular paper: 5-7 pages
- Poster paper: 3-4 pages
Please see Workshop Paper Submission Instruction.
The conference and workshop proceedings will be published by Conference Publishing Service and submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL digital libraries. Also they are submitted for indexing through INSPEC, EI (Compendex), Thomson ISI, and other indexing services.
We plan to publish extended versions of selected papers from CANDAR'16 main conference and workshops. Please see Special Issue for the details.
Please see Schedule for the workshop abstract submission due and the workshop paper submission due.
- Kiyohito Yoshihara (KDDI Research, Inc.)
- Satoshi Ozahata (University of Electro-Communications)
- Takuya Asaka (Tokyo Metoropolitan University)
- Shin-Ming Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)
- Juergen Dunkel (FH Hannover - University for Applied Sciences and Arts)
- Junichi Funasaka (Hiroshima City University)
- Shigetomo Kimura (University of Tsukuba)
- Hideharu Kojima (Osaka University)
- Kenji Leibnitz (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
- Chun-Han Lin (National Taiwan Normal University)
- Kohta Ohshima (Saitama Institute of Technology)
- Tomoyuki Ohta (Hiroshima City University)
- Hiraku Okada (Nagoya University)
- Chung-An Shen (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)
- Shigeki Shiokawa (Kanagawa Institute of Technology)
- Shinji Sugawara (Chiba Institute of Technology)
- Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City University)
- Kurt Tutschku (Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH))
- Kiyoshi Ueda (Nihon University)
- Celimuge Wu (University of Electro-Communications)
- Ryo Yamamoto (The University of Electro-Communications)
- Yoshiaki Kakuda (Hiroshima City University)
- Hiroaki Morino (Sibaura Institute of Technology)
- Atsushi Ito (Utsunomiya University)