[Beowulf] CFP: WSNS 2005

Roy S.C. Ho scho at cs.hku.hk
Thu May 26 20:50:29 PDT 2005

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			Call for Papers
2005 International Workshop on Wireless and Sensor Networks Security
		held in conjunction with
The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems


		November 7-10, 2005
		Wyndham City Center Hotel
		Washington, DC

Wireless networks have experienced an explosive growth during the last few
years. Nowadays, there is a large variety of networks spanning from the
well-known cellular networks to non-infrastructure wireless networks such
as mobile ad hoc networks and sensor networks. This workshops aims to
bring together researchers and practitioners from wireless and sensor
networking, security, cryptography, and distributed computing communities,
with the goals of promoting discussions and collaborations. We are
interested in novel research on all aspects of security in wireless and
sensor networks and tradeoff between security and performance such as QoS,
dependability, scalability, etc.

Topics of interest:

We are seeking papers that describe original and unpublished contributions
addressing various aspects of secured wireless/sensor networks. Topics of
interest include, but are not limited to:

Authentication and Access Control
Cryptographic Protocol
Experimental Studies
Key Management
Information Hiding
Intrusion Detection and Response
Privacy and Anonymity
Secure Localization and Synchronization
Security and Performance tradeoff
Security Policy and Enforcement Issues
Security Protocols Design, Analysis and Verification
Secure Routing/MAC
Surveillance and Monitoring
Trust Management

Paper Submission:

Submit a full paper of about 6 pages (IEEE Computer Society proceedings
Manuscripts:  two column, single-spaced), including figures and
references, using 10 font size, and number each page. Each submitted paper
will be peer reviewed and the comments will be provided to the authors.
Accepted papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press, as
proceedings of the MASS'05 workshops.

Use the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings Author Guidelines (http:
//computer.org/cspress/instrut.htm). Prepare your papers in PDF file only
(Adobe format), paper title, names, affiliations, postal address, and
e-mail address of the authors, about 200-250 word abstract, and at most
five keywords.

Submit your paper as an e-mail attachment to zjiang at wcupa.edu (or
yguan at iastate.edu).  Acknowledgement will be sent back for each submission
within 24 hours; otherwise, a re-submission is needed. Submission of a
paper should be regarded as an undertaking that, should the paper be
accepted, at least one of the authors will register and attend the
workshop to present the work.

Important Dates:

Manuscript Submission: 		6/24/2005
Acceptance Notification:	8/1/2005
Final Manuscript Due: 		8/26/2005

General Chair

Dr. Jie Wu
Florida Atlantic University, USA
jie at cse.fau.edu

Program Co-chair

Dr. Yong Guan
Iowa State University, USA
yguan at iastate.edu

Dr. Zhen Jiang
Information Assurance Center
West Chester University, USA
zjiang at wcupa.edu

Program Committee
Bharat Bhargava, Purdue University at West Lafayette
Anu Bourgeois, Georgia State University
Ionut Cardei, Florida Atlantic University
Xiao Chen, Texas State University
XiuZhen Cheng, George Washington University
Tian He, University of Minnesota
Qun Li, College of William and Mary
Xiang-yang Li, Illinois Institute of Technology
Bing Lu, West Chester University
Stephan Olariu, Old Dominion University
David Simplot-Ryl, IRCICA/LIFL, University of Lille
Yan Sun, University of Rhode Island
Yu Wang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Li Xiao, Michigan State University
Chengzhong Xu, Wayne State University
Xiaobo Zhou, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Sencun Zhu, Pennsylvania State University
Xukai Zou, Purdue University at Indianapolis

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