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Important Dates

July 12, 2009:

Due to several requests the deadline has been extended to

August 16, 2009:
Extended submission deadline (Firm Deadline)

Notification of acceptance
October 7, 2009

Camera-ready version
November 8, 2009

Track 4: Third International Home Networking conference


The Home Networking (HN) track covers theory, architecture, protocol design and applications for the control of future domestic networks. Indeed, domestic networks are evolving very quickly to become complete networks. Tens and even hundreds of flows are going through this network. Moreover, the flows are coming from very different machines: from the telecommunication world, the Consumer Electronic industry, and the domestic manufacturers. Networks carrying the different flows are also very different going from wireless networks (WiFi, UWB, etc.) to any kind of wired network. Finally, equipments are very heterogeneous: TV, laptop, PDA, refrigerator, sensor, RFID, etc.

The aim of this track is to provide an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia everywhere in the world to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing researches in home networking. Topics include, but are not limited to:

Track Chairs

  Stefano Galli, Panasonic R&D Company of America, USA

Technical Program Committee (to be completed):

  Andrea Tonello, University of Udine
Dominique Gaiti, University of Troyes, FR
Helmut Hlavacs, University of Vienna
Hossam Afifi, Institut Telecom
Jean Philippe Javaudin, Orange Labs
José Antonio Cortés Arrabal, Universidad de Málaga, ES
José-Marcos Nogueira, Federal University of Minas Gerais, BR
Le Phu Do, Dresden University of Technology, DE
Laurent Reynaud, Orange Labs, FR
Lutz Lampe, University of British Columbia, CA
Mauro Biagi, Sapienza University of Rome, IT
Mounir Achir, Canon Research Centre France
Salvador Iranzo, DS2, ES
Shengming Jiang South, China University of Technology
Stefano Bregni, Politecnico di Milano, IT
Sylvain Meyer, France Telecom, FR
Tobias Ritzau, Sony Ericsson
Vincent Guillet, University of Orléans
Walter Grote, UTFSM, CL
Yutaka Takahashi, Kyoto University