The ACM Conference on Wireless Network Security is focused on the development of security solutions for existing and emerging wireless networks. As such, it draws upon a broad array of disciplines that span security, communications and networking. In addition to the conventional program of technical papers, the 2010 WiSec conference will also include a Poster and Demonstration Session as part of the technical program. The purpose of the Poster and Demonstration Session is to provide a venue for work that is at a nascent state of development, as well as provide a venue for researchers to demonstrate technologies that have been developed with relevance to wireless networking and security. In particular, the WiSec Program Committee is encouraging both academic and industrial submissions, with the objective of exchanging ideas and receiving timely feedback from other members of the research community. Submissions to the Poster and Demonstration Session will be evaluated based on technical merit and innovation as well as their potential to stimulate interesting discussions and exchange of ideas.
Submission Instructions for Posters and Demonstrations:
The posters and demonstrations will follow the same format. For the posters, authors should submit a two page extended abstract that provides sufficient technical detail so that the evaluation committee can assess the technical merit of the work. The poster abstracts do not have to be completed work, but at the same time should provide enough concrete evidence to support the potential and validity of the proposed ideas.
For posters, authors are encouraged to submit a two page extended abstract that describes the technology that they have developed, the relevance to wireless networking and security, and which also highlights the novelty of the prototype. Demonstration abstracts should have a research component and, in particular, should not push a commercial agenda.
Abstracts should follow the WiSec formatting guidelines (with a 2 page limit), and thus authors should refer to the main WiSec website for instructions related to formatting. Abstracts of accepted posters and demos will appear on the conference website, but will not appear in the Proceedings so that authors can submit their work to other venues at a later time without risking any potential conflicts. The demo session will have a table per demo, power and wireless connectivity available. If a demonstration requires special arrangements, please note them in a separate email to the session chair after acceptance.
Submissions to the poster and demo session are being handled through the submission site: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wisec10.
- Poster and demo submission deadline: January 22, 2010 11:59pm (PST)
- Notification of acceptance:
February 5, 2010February 9, 2010
- Early Registration Deadline: February 19, 2010
- Conference dates: March 22-24, 2010
Poster and Demo Session Chair:
Wade Trappe, Rutgers University (WINLAB)