Re: [gaia] ACM SIGCOMM GAIA Workshop 2016

Joerg Ott <jo@netlab.tkk.fi> Wed, 16 December 2015 16:33 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] ACM SIGCOMM GAIA Workshop 2016
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Will be Monday or Friday.  We still may have a chance to influence.

Jörg

On 16/12/15 16:32, Roger Baig Viñas wrote:
> Hi Arjuna,
>
> Unfortunately it collides with:
>
> http://research.ac.upc.edu/CNBuB2016/
>
> Do you know the exact day of the WS?
>
> Regards.
>
> On 12/15/2015 09:55 AM, Arjuna Sathiaseelan wrote:
>> All,
>> As part of our workshop series, the next GAIA workshop will be at
>> SIGCOMM next year and for a change it will be a peer reviewed workshop.
>> So we have a CfP below. Hoping to have many submissions and
>> participation from the GAIA community :). Merry Xmas and a Great New
>> Year to all!
>>
>>
>> *ACM SIGCOMM Global Access to the Internet for All (GAIA) Workshop*
>> *
>> *
>> *
>> Call for papers*
>>
>> The Internet is now an all powerful medium - information has become
>> pervasive, the entire digital economy relies on the Internet, new models
>> for e-governance have emerged, and it runs the ever growing social
>> networking platform which can even change governments.
>>
>> On one end, we have the developed world where access is getting faster
>> and services being developed to utilize faster access. On the other end,
>> there are people who do not have access to the Internet at all. Some may
>> not be able to get it due to lack of infrastructure support (which
>> accounts to the notion of the digital divide problem faced by most
>> people in developed countries). There have been significant initiatives
>> to solve the problem of affordable infrastructure. Crucially, most of
>> these approaches address infrastructural barriers without addressing
>> economic ones. This problem can also be seen in developed countries
>> where many individuals find themselves unable to pass a necessary credit
>> check, or living in circumstances that are too unstable to commit to
>> lengthy broadband contracts. Digital inclusion is important for social
>> equality to ensure access to the many benefits the Internet offers.
>>
>> This workshop addresses the problem of digital exclusion through
>> networking technology. It will address a range of research questions
>> (feasibility, scalability, security, new privacy challenges, robustness,
>> resource allocation, sustainability, performance etc.). It will create
>> awareness on the technological solutions to digital exclusion and will
>> help the research community to explore the above-mentioned challenges,
>> understand requirements, the potential and the limits of solutions that
>> have been proposed to address in this space. The workshop will overview
>> the state of the art, detect gaps and determine a research roadmap to
>> bridge these gaps.
>>
>> *Topics*
>>
>> Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:
>>
>> 1. Do-it-yourself (DIY) networking (such as community networks) for the
>> developing world
>>
>> 2. Cost-efficient networked systems appropriate for use in
>> underdeveloped areas
>>
>> 3. Fault-tolerant resilient networking technologies for the developing world
>>
>> 4. Rural/remote area wireless solutions (that can work efficiently with
>> resource constraints such as intermittent and unreliable access to
>> power/ networking service)
>>
>> 5. Simplified network management techniques (including support for
>> heterogeneous service delivery through multiple solutions)
>>
>> 6. Using cognitive radio technology and 5G standards (with possible
>> native integration of satellites) for GAIA
>>
>> 7. Techno-economic issues related to development (including development
>> of flexible pricing and incentive structures as well as new spectrum
>> access models for wireless)
>>
>> 8. Techno-political and cultural issues related to using communications
>> for development
>>
>> 9. Using emerging networking architectures and future Internet
>> architectures [e.g., cloud computing, fog computing, network functions
>> virtualization (NFV), information-centric networking (ICN),
>> software-defined networking (SDN), and delay-tolerant networking (DTN)]
>> for development.
>>
>> 10. Using wireless access/ distribution technologies (such as the
>> following) for development: TV white spaces (TVWS); satellite
>> communications using advances in geostationary orbit  (GEO) and
>> low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites; low-cost community networks; cellular
>> technologies (such as CDMA 450, the open-source OpenBTS, etc.); wireless
>> mesh and sensor networks; Wi-Fi-Based Long-distance (WiLD) networks; and
>> wireless based wireless regional access networks (WRANs)
>>
>> 11. Measurements of infrastructures in developing regions
>>
>> 12. Understanding Internet censorship and solutions to circumvent censorship
>>
>>
>> *Workshop Chairs*
>>
>> Arjuna Sathiaseelan, Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University, UK
>>
>> Jörg Ott, Technische Universität München, Germany
>>
>> *
>> Technical Program Committee*
>>
>> 1.     Aaditeshwar Seth, IIT Delhi, India
>>
>> 2.     Adam Wolisz, TUB, Germany
>>
>> 3.     Anders Lindgren, SICS, Sweden
>>
>> 4.     Antonio Alfredo Ferreira Loureiro, UFMG, Brazil
>>
>> 5.     Barath Raghavan, ICSI, Berkeley, USA
>>
>> 6.     Christian Esteve Rothenberg, University of Campinas, Brazil
>>
>> 7.     David Johnson, CSIR, South Africa
>>
>> 8.     Dirk Trossen, InterDigital Europe, UK
>>
>> 9.     Ermanno Pietrosemoli, ICTP, Italy
>>
>> 10.   Fernando Ramos, University of Lisbon, Portugal
>>
>> 11.   Gareth Tyson, Queen Mary University, UK
>>
>> 12.   Heikki Hämmäinen, University of Helsinki, Finland
>>
>> 13.   Jay Chen, New York University, UAE
>>
>> 14.   Jon Crowcroft, Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University, UK
>>
>> 15.   Kannan Govindan, Samsung Research, India
>>
>> 16.   Lakshmi Subramanian, New York University, USA
>>
>> 17.   Leandro Navarro, UPC Barcelona, Spain
>>
>> 18.   Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville, UFRGS, Brazil
>>
>> 19.   Maneesha V Ramesh, Amrita Institute, India
>>
>> 20.   Marco Zennaro, ICTP, Italy
>>
>> 21.   Michael Welzl, Oslo University, Norway
>>
>> 22.   Nabil Benemar, Morocco
>>
>> 23.   Narseo Vallina Rodriguez, ICSI, Berkeley, USA
>>
>> 24.   Nick Feamster, Princeton University, USA
>>
>> 25.   Nishanth Sastry, Kings College London, UK
>>
>> 26.   Pan Hui, HKUST, Hong Kong
>>
>> 27.   Saleem Bhatti, University of St. Andrews, UK
>>
>> 28.   Scott Burleigh, JPL, NASA, USA
>>
>> 29.   Teemu  Kärkkäinen, Technische Universität München, Germany
>>
>> 30.   Tristan Henderson, University of St. Andrews, UK
>>
>> 31.   Veljko Pejovic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
>>
>> 32.   Yiannis Psaras, UCL, UK
>>
>>   *
>> Submission*
>>
>> ACM SIGCOMM GAIA Workshop will consider only original papers that are
>> not currently under review by other workshops, conferences, or journals,
>> and have not been published. All papers submitted will be
>> peer-reviewed (single-blind) and evaluated based on their suitability
>> (i.e., within the workshop scope), novelty, and merit. Submitted papers
>> are limited to 6 pages and should be submitted as a PDF file, including
>> all figures and references. All submissions should be formatted in
>> standard ACM conference style for publication in the conference
>> proceedings. They must be single-spaced, double-column, with each column
>> 9.25" by 3.33", 0.33" space between columns, use at least a 10pt font,
>> and be correctly formatted to be printed on letter-sized (8.5" by 11")
>> paper. It is required that at least one author of each accepted paper
>> register and attend the ACM SIGCOMM GAIA workshop to present their
>> work to ensure its publication in the ACM SIGCOMM conference proceedings.
>>
>> To submit your paper to ACM SIGCOMM GAIA Workshop, please visit the
>> submission website <https://sigcomm-gaia16.hotcrp.com/>.
>>
>> *Important Dates
>> *
>> Paper registration deadline: March 11, 2016
>>
>> Paper submission deadline: March 18, 2016
>>
>> Paper acceptance notification: April 29, 2016
>>
>> Camera-ready deadline: Late May, 2016
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Arjuna Sathiaseelan
>> Personal: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~as2330/
>> N4D Lab: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~as2330/n4d
>>
>>
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