[Mip6] Tridentcom 2009 Call for Participation

Tuanche Chen <brad@wire.cs.nthu.edu.tw> Mon, 02 March 2009 08:10 UTC

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The 5th International Conference on Testbeds and Research
Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities

April 6-8, 2009
Washington, DC, USA

Sponsored by ICST. Technically co-sponsored by CREATE-NET, ACM 
SIGARCH, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEEE Computer Society, 
and Pan European Laboratory Infrastructure Implementation.

Tridentcom 2009 is a three-day international conference bringing
together researchers from across the world to present and discuss 
the latest in results in networking test beds and research 

The conference consists of 12 technical sessions addressing:

- Next generation optical networks (2)
- Next generation wireless networks
- Protocol stacks and architectures
- Configurable platforms for testbeds (2)
- Testing and measurements (2)
- Mobile ad hoc networks and mesh networks
- P2P and grid systems
- NGNs, IMS, and quad play and
- Next Generation Services

In addition, Tridentcom 2009 features two keynote presentations:
one by Dr. Ty Znati from the U.S. NSF and the other by Dr. Max 
Lemke from European Commission. The conference program also features
two interactive panels, two tutorials, and eleven research 
demonstrations. The keynotes, panels, tutorials and demos are open 
to all attendees.

Tridentcom is also the site of three focused workshops:

- WEEDEV 2009: The 2nd Workshop on Experimental Evaluation and 
Deployment Experiences on Vehicular networks

- ONIT 2009:  The Open NGN and IMS Testbeds Workshop

- PCSI 2009:  The First International Workshop on Pervasive Computing
Systems and Infrastructures

The conference venue, Hyatt Fairfax, Virginia USA is at the nexus 
of the information technology and communications industry and U.S. 
government agencies. The conference venue is close to the Dulles 
International Airport (IAD) and the  National Air and Space Museum 
Udvar-Hazy Center. Reagan National Airport (DCA) and downtown Washington, 
DC are accessible via the Metro and taxi or just taxi. Washington, 
DC features many museums, monuments, and other sites and is the home of 
the National Cherry Blossom Festival March 28-April 12, 2009.

Early bird registration deadline is March 6, 2009. Reduced registration 
fees are available for students and members of technically sponsoring 
societies and associations (CREATE-NET, ACM SIGARCH, IEEE IES, IEEE CS 
and PANLAB). Joint registration to the technical sessions and one or 
more related workshops is also possible for a reduced fee. 

Registration, venue, visa and additional information is available at: