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Call for Papers

6th Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop (SNCNW 2009)


9th Scandinavian Workshop on Wireless Adhoc Networks (Adhoc'09)

Uppsala, May 4-5, 2009

Sponsored by IEEE VT/COM Sweden

Submission deadline: March 19, 2009 (extended)

Purpose and scope

The Adhoc workshop aims at bringing researchers in the field of wireless ad-hoc networking and wireless sensor networks together for discussions in an informal setting. The focus of the workshop is on theoretical and experimental studies on self-organization and/or multihop wireless networks.

SNCNW is a creative and informal forum for researchers and practitioners in computer communication and networking. The workshop strives to be inclusive by giving all research and development groups in Sweden an opportunity to present their work. The workshop also provides an excellent occasion to discuss ideas among colleagues and establish contacts between computer network researchers, practitioners and industry, and thus helps to strengthen the research field in Sweden.

The joint arrangement will have some sessions specifically for each of the workshops, and some sessions in common, for example posters and key-notes.


(See the Adhoc'09 web for the detailed scope of Adhoc.)

The scope for SNCNW is all technical aspects of Computer Networking, excluding physical transmission. Academic papers should emphasize research advances even in the form of work in progress, while industrial papers may focus on implementations of known schemes and deployment observations.

The submitted papers will be subjected to a formal reviewing process. The aim of the reviewing and selection process is to provide constructive feedback to the authors and to ensure that the program reflects as much as possible of the ongoing national research and development efforts.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Submission guidelines

Please see the joint SNCNW+Adhoc submission guidelines.

Important dates

Submission deadline:19 March 2009 (extended)
Acceptance notification:10 April 2009
Final papers:24 April 2009
Workshop:4-5 May 2009