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ASWN 2007 is the seventh international Workshop on Applications and Services in Wireless Networks following successful events in France, Switzerland, the US and Germany. The workshop addresses the challenges and advanced technologies supporting future wireless applications and services in mobile systems that span all wireless architectures and technologies, such as cellular, WLAN, WPAN, ad hoc, and sensor networks. The 2007 special theme is the impact of cognitive networks on the deployment of applications and services in wireless networks. Special attention will be given to cooperative networks including aspects such as self organization, dynamic service deployment and cognitive radio. The format of the workshop is based on three-day single-track sessions, with presentations of invited and regular papers from academia and industry.

Authors are invited to submit full technical papers in the scope of the workshop, describing theoretical and practical recent results or developments. Specific areas of interest in Applications and Services on Wireless Networks include, but are not limited to the following topics:

  •  Cognitive systems and architectures
•  Sensor networks and applications
•  Authentication, trust, and security
•  Nomadic Services
•  Emergency communication
•  Personalized services and applications
•  Context acquisition, interpretation, and awareness
•  Platforms and service support for ubiquitous service provisioning.
•  Middleware for handhelds and mobile services nodes
•  Mobile service interworking
•  Service discovery: protocols and frameworks
•  Naming and addressing
•  Media & content distribution over wireless networks
•  Cross- layer design
•  Cooperative networks & self organizing systems
•  Reconfigurable systems and networks
•  Advances in WPAN, personal services and networks
•  Mobile ad-hoc networks and multi-hop wireless
•  Performance of wireless networks and systems
•  QoS profiling and pricing, end-to-end QoS
•  Autonomic networks

All submissions, including invited papers, will undergo a thorough review process and will be judged on quality, originality, clarity and topical content. Submitted papers should not have been previously published, in part or in full, or be under consideration of another conference or journal. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings with an ISN number.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: Submissions should be written in English using two-column format (A4), using fonts no smaller than 10 points, and should not exceed 8 single-spaced pages. All submissions will be handled electronically, and only PDF format will be accepted.

TUTORIAL PROPOSALS: Proposals for half-day tutorials including 1 page content description and CV of the presenter should be sent to the technical programs chairs by the paper submission deadline.

Full paper submission: January 15th , 2007
Notification of acceptance: First week of march, 2007 

Camera ready due: March 20th, 2007