[Fwd: [E2EMON] CFP distribution]

  • From: Henk Uijterwaal henk@localhost
  • Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2006 08:11:44 +0100
  • Organization: RIPE NCC

Redistributed on request of the TPC chairs, sorry for any duplicates

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The 5th IEEE Workshop on End-to-End Monitoring Techniques and Services

  		      http://www.cs.utdallas.edu/e2emon07/

			21st May 2007, Munich, Germany

In conjunction with the IFIP/IEEE Symposium on Integrated Management
(IM2007)


E2EMON is a workshop focusing on advances in end-to-end (e2e) monitoring
technology, and particularly new distributed monitoring techniques for
emerging technologies such as Grid, overlay, peer-to-peer (p2p) and ad
hoc networks, and e2e path measurements. E2EMON offers a unique
opportunity for researchers in this area to exchange ideas and
experiences concerning the next-generation of monitoring systems. The
workshop also provides an intimate setting for discussion and debate
through panels and group work. The program committee is soliciting
original papers describing research in the area of e2e monitoring. The
workshop will be held in conjunction with IM2007, which draws many
leading researchers in the field of Network and Systems Management.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following.

TOPICS
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     * Active and programmable monitoring
     * Adaptive monitoring systems
     * Ad-hoc and sensor network monitoring
     * Correlation-based monitoring
     * Distributed and centralized monitoring prototypes
     * Distributed application steering
     * High-speed network monitoring
     * Languages for packet and distributed monitoring
     * Large-scale monitoring techniques
     * Monitoring and measurements
     * Monitoring embedded systems & pervasive environments
     * Monitoring grid & pervasive computing environments
     * Monitoring models, architectures and systems
     * Monitoring of path characteristics
     * Monitoring of service level agreements
     * Monitoring overlay networks and P2P services
     * Multicast network/service monitoring
     * Open monitoring platforms
     * Overlay monitoring services
     * Real-time monitoring
     * Traffic monitoring and data mining
     * Visualization of monitoring information


IMPORTANT DATES
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     * Submission deadline : January 1, 2007
     * Notification of acceptance : February 20, 2007
     * Final version : March 5, 2007

PAPER SUBMISSION
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Papers must be original material, not currently be under review, and not
have been previously published by another conference or journal. They
must be written in English. They must follow the IEEE two-column
document style, limited to 8 US Letter size pages, with a main text font
size of no less than 10pt. Submissions must be in PDF format, containing
only fully embedded and subsetted PostScript Type 1 and/or TrueType fonts.

To submit your paper, please go to the EDAS system at
https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/ and select IM2007-E2EMON. For submission
details, see the E2EMON website.

Workshop Co-Chairs
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     * Kamil Sarac, University of Texas at Dallas
     * Timur Friedman, Université Pierre et Marie Curie

TPC members
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     * Ehab S. Al-Shaer 		DePaul University, USA
     * Ernst Biersack 		Institut Eurécom, France
     * Herbert Bos 		VU Amsterdam, Netherlands
     * Raouf Boutaba 		University of Waterloo, Canada
     * Nevil Brownlee 		The University of Auckland, New Zealand and CAIDA
     * Marcus Brunner 		NEC Europe Ltd., Germany
     * Taesang Choi 		ETRI, Korea
     * Mark Crovella 		Boston University, USA
     * Salvatore d'Antonio 	CINI, Italy
     * Jordi Domingo-Pascual 	University Polytechnic of Catalunya, Spain
     * Timur Friedman 		Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
     * Vera Goebel 		University of Oslo, Norvey
     * Ahsan Habib 		University of California Berkeley, USA
     * Choong Seon Hong 		Kyung Hee University, Korea
     * James Won-Ki Hong 	POSTECH, Korea
     * Hani Jamjoom 		IBM Watson, USA
     * Turgay Korkmaz 		The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
     * Simon Leinen 		SWITCH, Switzerland
     * Evangelos P. Markatos 	ICS Forth, Greece
     * Masayuki Murata 		Osaka University, Japan
     * Philippe Owezarski 	LAAS-CNRS, France
     * Aiko Pras 		University of Twente, Netherlands
     * Reza Rejaie 		University of Oregon, USA
     * Fulvio Risso 		Politecnico di Torino, Italy
     * Keith Ross 		Polytechnic University, USA
     * Kavé Salamatian 		Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
     * M. Yahya Sanadidi 	UCLA, USA
     * Kamil Sarac 		The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
     * Colleen Shannon		CAIDA, USA
     * Yuval Shavitt  	 	Tel Aviv University, Israel
     * Neil Spring 		University of Maryland, USA
     * Radu State 		LORIA - INRIA Lorraine, France
     * Henk Uijterwaal 		RIPE, Netherlands



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