SNCNW logo

[SNCNW home] - [SNCNW 2006]

Call for Papers

4th Swedish National Computer Networking Workshop SNCNW 2006

October 26-27 2006, Luleå

Sponsored by IEEE VT/COM Sweden

Purpose and scope

SNCNW is a creative and informal forum for researchers and practitioners in computer communication and networking. The main objective of SNCNW is to give all research and development groups an opportunity to present their work. The workshop also provides an excellent opportunity to discuss ideas among colleagues and establish contact between computer network researchers, practitioners and industry, and thus to help strengthen this field in Sweden.

The scope for SNCNW is all technical aspects of Computer Networking, excluding physical transmission. Academic papers should emphasize research advances, 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 is to ensure that the program reflects as much as possible of on-going national research and development efforts and to give constructive feedback to the authors.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Protocol design Traffic control and supervision


Papers can either be presented orally or displayed as posters. The author should indicate his/her preference when submitting. The program chairs will then decide about the final category based on the authors' preference and the technical content of the paper.

All submissions should be in the form of short papers of maximum 3000 words, about 3-4 pages and in double column format. The preferred language at the workshop is English, so the submission should be written in the English language.

All contributions should be submitted in Portable Document Format (PDF) through the EDAS conference administration system. See the Submission guidelines.

A printed version, informal workshop proceedings, of all accepted papers will be provided to the workshop delegates. No copyright will be claimed by the workshop. For the final papers the accepted authors may choose if they in addition also would like to have their paper on the workshops homepage. By submitting the final paper the authors agree to the procedure above.

Important dates

Submission deadline: 11 September 2006
Acceptance notification: 2 October 2006
Final papers: 9 October 2006
Workshop: 26-27 October 2006