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firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, IEfirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, John Lee <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, sound@ACM.ORG, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, COMSWTC@gmu.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com From: a.galis (Alex Galis) Subject: GLOBCOM'96 London U.K. / 18-22 November 1996 Cc: a.galis@busby, c.todd@busby Dear All, In the name of the Organising Committee I am pleased to invite you to attend GLOBCOM'96 Telecommunications Conference organised by IEEE in London ( 18th - 22nd November 1996). Yours sincerely Alex Galis University College London ............................................................................ ........................... 1996 IEEE GLOBAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE 18th - 22nd November 1996 Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London "Communications: The Key to Global Prosperity" This major international communications conference, held annually for some 25 years, is to be hosted in London for its first staging in Europe. Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society and in conjunction with the IEE, Globecom 96 aims to attract 1000+ of the leading telecommunication development engineers, academics, operators and manufacturers from all parts of the world. The Conference will consist of 50 Technical Sessions (in 9 parallel tracks), 6 Sessions of a Mini-Conference on Communications Theory, 4 Sessions of a Mini-Conference called "IEEE Global Internet '96" and 4 Panel Session discussions on key Business Topics over the 3 days (Tuesday 19th, Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st November 1996). On Monday 18th and Friday 22nd November there will be some 27 half-day equivalent sessions devoted to Tutorials and Workshops on key Hot Topics. Throughout the week there will be a 20 stand Exhibition of sponsoring companies, publishers and future ComSoc Conferences. In addition there will be a separate Exhibition on Internet and related telecomms topics. Hot Topics The Hot Topics below have been identified by the ComSoc Technical Committees. These titles have been accepted by the Globecom '96 Technical Programme Committee as forming a basis on which to assemble Technical Session and Tutorials etc. - Advances in PCS - Wireless ATM - Advanced switching architectures for broadband networks - Network issues in wireless communications - Distributed Software Challenges - Software Support for Interactive MultiMedia Services and Applications - Wireless Communication and ATM - Towards ATM Switching Systems with Terabit/s Capacity - Signal Processing for Multimedia Services - Advanced VLSI Signal Processing in Communications - Quality of service for advanced communication services (PCS, Multimedia, Internet) - Software engineering technologies and experience to Improve and sustain network quality objectives - Mobile Satellite Communications - Satellite Communications for Broadband Networks - Security and Privacy in the GII/NII - Multicasting - Multimedia over the Internet - Interactive Video Applications and Supporting Technologies - Optical Access Networks and New Services Development - Very High-Speed ( OC-192) Optical Transmission Panel Sessions These will consist of short presentations followed by discussion, lead by a group of the leading Global Players on the Topics of:- 1. Visions of the 21st Century 2. Wireless revolution towards global roaming 3. The Information highway - market and service provider perspectives 4. Service and quality: customer's perceptions Tutorials and Workshops - mixture of full and half day Sessions The titles and leaders are: Monday tutorials and workshop T01 Telecommunications Management Network:- Standards, Implementation and Applications (Veli Sahin, NEC America Inc) T02 Introduction to ATM (Khosrow Sohraby, IBM) T03 GSM - Recent Advances and Future Developments (Paul Kakaes, Cosmos Communications Consulting) T04 Traffic Modelling and Management in Wireless Communications Systems (am) (Sirin Tekinay, Bell Northern Research) T05 Modelling and Transmission issues for VBR video over B-ISDN Networks (am) (Dr Ghanbari, University of Essex) T06 High Speed Wireless Data (Len Cimini, AT&T Bell Laboratories and Andrea Goldsmith, California Institute of Technology) T07 JAVA (Prof John N Daigle) T08 The Intelligent Network and Mobile System Control (pm) (Prof Bijan Jabbari, George Mason University) T09 Iterative Turbo-Decoding (pm) (Joachim Hagenauer, TU Munich) T10 Interactive Multimedia over the Internet (pm) (Mark Handley and Ian Wakemen, UCL and Sussex University) W01 Very-high-speed Digital Subscriber Lines (Prof John M Cioffi, Stanford University) Friday tutorials and workshop T11 Mobile and Multimedia Satellite Systems (Dr K M S Murthy, VISTAR Telecommunications) T12 Spread Spectrum Systems for PCS (Elvino S Sousa, University of Toronto) T13 Mobility Management in TCP/IP Networks (Dr Zygmunt Haas, Cornell University) T14 Operation and Management of Multi-Wavelength Optical Networks (am) (Dr Mari Maeda, Bell Communications Research) T15 Internet IP Security (am) ( Ran Atkinson, Internet Security) T16 Adaptive Antennas for Wireless Systems (pm) (Jack Winters, AT&T Bell Laboratories) T17 IP and ATM - Enterprise Internetworking (pm) (David Ginsburg, CISCO Corp) W02 Transport Protocols for High-Speed Broadband Networks (Douglas J Hoder, NASA) Although the Call-for-Paper deadline is March 1st 1996, further details of the Globecom 96 Technical Programme are available from Professor Hamid Aghvami, Tel: + 44 171 873 2898, Fax: + 44 171 836 4781, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org CO1 Mini-Conference - Communications Theory This will consist of 6 Sessions running as a separate stream in parallel with the Main Sessions from Tuesday 19th to Thursday 21st November. For further details contact General Chair, F Marvasti at email@example.com or for Call for Papers contact the Technical Programme Chair, Enzin Bigliori at firstname.lastname@example.org C02 Mini-Conference - IEEE Global Internet '96 This will consist of Technical Sessions, Panel Sessions, Tutorials, Keynote Speeches and major player Demonstrations and Exhibits on the subject of the Internet. The main sessions of the mini-conference are on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st November. If successful, this may be the first of a new annual IEEE ComSoc Conference on the topic. For further details contact John Crowcroft at email@example.com London has of course, many tourist attractions and shopping facilities. Opposite the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEIICC) is Westminster Abbey with the Houses of Parliament, Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and St. James s Park all within close walking distance. Globecom 96 have organised a range of tours and social functions. These are:- SO1-Panoramic London Tour - Monday 18th (am) and Wednesday 20 November (pm) SO2-St James's Walking Tour - Monday 18th (am) SO3-Churchill War Rooms - two tours organised for Tuesday 19th November (am or pm) SO4-Westminster Abbey - two tours organised for Tuesday 19th November (am or pm) SO5-Thames Dinner Cruise - Tuesday 19th November (evening) SO6-Windsor Castle and Runnymede - Wednesday 20th November (am) SO7-Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford - Thursday 21st November (all day) Three post conference tours to Edinburgh(PO1), Paris(PO2) and Bath(PO3) have also been organised commencing Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th November. On Tuesday 19th November there will be an IEEE Awards Luncheon in the QEIICC and on Wednesday evening (20th November) a Conference Banquet will be held in the Banqueting Suite of Whitehall Palace which was built in 1620 for King James 1st of England and Scotland. Some 1000 bedrooms have been reserved in the area of the QEIICC, all within 10-20 minutes walk or 2-3 stops on the Underground - Circle Line - nearest stations St. James's Park and Westminster. Prices range from ?30 - ?120 per night per room. Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, near London, between them serve more International Destinations and Passengers than anywhere else. Special discounted airfares are available from British Airways, when booking through one of their offices and quoting reference CIC*115/30. Within London, the network of Tube Trains, Buses and Taxis offer frequent services to all local destinations. Fuller, updated information is available via the Globecom '96 WWW homepage, see: http://www.labs.bt.com/profsoc/globecom/ If you would like a copy of the Early Registration form faxed to you, please complete your details below and return via mail, fax or e-mail to Jane Chopping (as below). Note that a version of the Registration form will appear on the WWW pages above from mid June '96. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- To: Jane Chopping IEE Conference Tel: +44 171 344 5469 Savoy Place Fax: +44 171 497 3633 London E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WC2R 0BL, UK ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- FULL NAME AND TITLE: JOB/POSITION: COMPANY/UNIVERSITY: ADDRESS: CITY/STATE: POSTCODE/ZIP CODE: COUNTRY: TELEPHONE NUMBER: FAX NUMBER: E-MAIL ADDRESS: