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Subject: Deadline Extension, July 16 || SENSORCOMM 2014 || November 16 - 20, 2014 - Lisbon, Portugal

 Please consider to contribute to and/or forward to the appropriate groups the following 
opportunity to submit and publish original scientific results to SENSORCOMM 2014.
 The submission deadline is extended to July 16, 2014.
 Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended article versions to one of the 
IARIA Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org

============== SENSORCOMM 2014 | Call for Papers ===============
SENSORCOMM 2014, The Eighth International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications
 November 16 - 20, 2014 - Lisbon, Portugal
General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2014/SENSORCOMM14.html
Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2014/CfPSENSORCOMM14.html
Submission page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2014/SubmitSENSORCOMM14.html

 - regular papers
 - short papers (work in progress)
 - posters
 - ideas
 - presentations
 - demos
 - doctoral forum submissions
Proposals for:
 - symposia
 - workshops
Submission deadline: July 16, 2014
Sponsored by IARIA, www.iaria.org
 Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA Journals:  
 Print proceedings will be available via Curran Associates, Inc.: 
 Articles will be archived in the free access ThinkMind Digital Library: http://www.thinkmind.org
The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, 
research, standards, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case 
studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in 
any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to, topic areas.
All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in terms of Regular papers, 
Posters, Work in progress, Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and 
Before submission, please check and comply with the Editorial rules: 
SENSORCOMM 2014 Topics (topics and submission details: see CfP on the site)
APASN: Architectures, protocols and algorithms of sensor networks
    Network planning, provisioning and deployment; Network Architectures for Sensor Networks; 
Network Protocols for Sensor Networks; Structural design; Distributed Sensor Networks; Dynamic 
sensor networks; Scalable and heterogeneous architectures; Hierarchical clustering architectures; 
Group-based Architectures; Network topologies; Mesh networking; Device centric sensor networks; 
Distributed coordination algorithms; Topology construction; Routing protocols; Routing Metrics; 
Distributed Algorithms; Attribute-based named nets; Mobility and Scalability; Attribute-based 
named Sensor Networks; Query optimization; Self-organization and self-configuration algorithms; 
Reconfigurability; Time Synchronization; MAC protocols for sensor networks (801.11, 802.15.4, 
UWB, etc); Location and time service; Integration with other systems; Distributed inference and 
fusion; Cross-layer design and optimization; Complexity analysis of algorithms; Sensor networks 
and the Web; Integration with other syste
 ms (e.g., Web-based information systems, process control, enterprise software, etc.); Target 
tracking; RFID tags; Traffic scheduling
MECSN: Energy, management and control of sensor networks
    Energy models; Energy optimization; Energy management; Power-aware and energy-efficient 
design; Power sources in sensor networks; Battery technology; Power management; Algorithms and 
theories for management; Communication strategies for topology control; Algorithms and theories 
for supervisory control; Sensor tasking and control; Distributed control and actuation; Location 
and mobility management; Bandwidth management; Distributed networked sensing; Resource 
provisioning; Resource management and dynamic resource management; Schemes to maximize accuracy 
and minimize false alarms; Online self-calibration and self-testing; Handoff and mobility 
management and seamless internetworking; Distributed actuation and control; Topology control
RASQOFT: Resource allocation, services, QoS and fault tolerance in sensor networks
    Algorithms to support quality of service in sensor networks; Protocols to support quality of 
service in sensor networks; QoS/SLA in sensor networks; Provisioning of QoS in terms of bandwidth 
and delay assurance; System services and distributed services in sensor networks; Delay tolerant 
networks and opportunistic networking; Failure resilience and fault isolation; Information 
assurance in sensor networks; Fault tolerance and reliability; Admission control; Resource 
allocation and fairness; Real-time resource scheduling; Scheduling and optimisation; Capacity 
PESMOSN: Performance, simulation and modelling of sensor networks
    Performance measurement of sensor networks; Performance evaluation and analysis of sensor 
networks; Performance comparison on capacity, coverage and connectivity; Modelling techniques of 
sensor networks; Validation of sensor network architectures; Simulation and theoretical analysis; 
Simulation software tools and environments; Theoretical performance analysis: complexity, 
correctness and scalability; Design, simulation and optimization tools for deployment and 
operation; Platform modelling and analysis tools; Analytical, mobility and validation models; 
System debugging and testing
SEMOSN: Security and monitoring of sensor networks
    Security and privacy in sensor networks; Reliability aspects in sensor networks; Monitoring 
distributed sensor networks; Mechanisms for authentication; Secure communication in sensor 
networks; Encryption algorithms for sensor networks; Sensor secure management; Data integrity; 
Trustworthiness issues in sensor networks; Trade-off analysis
SECSED: Sensor circuits and sensor devices
    Methods for sensor deployment; Instrumentation and models for deployment of sensors networks; 
Sensor architecture; Abstractions for modular design; Design and deployment of embedded system 
platforms; Embedded architectures and tools; Embedded processors; Embedded chip design; Micro and 
Nano devices; Biosensors; Optical sensors; Smart sensors; Acoustic Sensors; Microwave sensors; 
Middleware design; Sensor Prototypes; Sensor node components; Sensor interfaces; Actuators; 
Independent Component Analysis; Design of cost effective and economical sensors; Smart Material 
Applications to design sensors; Microfabrication Technologies for Microsystem Integration; 
Integration of sensors into engineered systems; Hardware platforms; Test-beds incorporating 
multiple sensors; Operating system and middleware support
RIWISN: Radio issues in wireless sensor networks
    Wireless Sensor Communications; Network connectivity & longevity; Tracking objects; Geo-
location problems; Network coverage; Algorithms for sensor localization and tracking; Detection, 
classification and estimation; Physical layer impact on higher level protocols; Directional and 
smart antennas for sensor networks; Coverage maintenance; Transceiver and antenna design; 
Ubiquitous wireless connectivity
SAPSN: Software, applications and programming of sensor networks
    Applications and demonstrations of sensor networks; Software platforms and development tools; 
Architectural design and optimization tools for sensor nodes; Computation and programming models 
of sensor networks; Languages and operating systems of Sensors; Programming and Interfacing; 
Programming abstraction; Programming models for sensors; Programming methodology for sensor 
environments; Intelligent sensor theory and applications; Machine learning applications to sensor 
networks; Wireless sensor applications; Applications for sensor network management; Software 
tools for chip programming; Application requirements; Application evaluation and comparison; 
Demos and prototype testing
DAIPSN: Data allocation and information in sensor networks
    Techniques for the interpretation and use of sensor data in decision-making processes; 
Distributed data processing; Distributed signal processing; Array signal processing; Statistical 
signal processing; Distributed query processing; Distributed information processing; Distributed 
algorithms for collaborative information and signal processing; Task allocation, reprogramming 
and reconfiguration; Coding and information theory; In-network processing and aggregation; Data 
analysis and visualisation; Data storage in sensor networks; Data retrieval; Data dissemination; 
Data compression and aggregation; Data transport in wireless sensor networks; Data gathering and 
fusion in wireless sensor networks; Theories and models on fundamental information and 
communication aspects of sensor networks; Redundancy
DISN: Deployments and implementations of sensor networks
    Methods for sensor networks deployment; Practical implementations and real-world experiences; 
Real-life deployments; System implementation; End-user aspects; Operational experience and test-
beds; Industrial and commercial developments and applications; Measurements from experimental 
systems, test-beds and demonstrations; Intelligent sensors, body sensors and their utilisation; 
Analysis of real-world systems and fundamental limits; Smart Sensors for building surveillance; 
Sensing in health care; Games using sensor networks; Peer-to-peer, overlay, and content 
distribution wireless sensor networks; Use cases (e.g., Automotive, Battlefield, Defense, 
Construction, Disaster recovery, Environmental, Medical, Security, Biomedical, Unmanned Aerial 
Vehicles, etc.); Sensor networks for Rural and Agricultural environments; Sensors for railway 
systems; Pattern Recognition; Machine Intelligence; Sensor-equipped Smart Environment; 
Deployments in Harsh Environments; Potential application areas

AIS: Atmospheric Icing and Sensing
    Design aspects of atmospheric ice sensor (Control circuitry, winterization,  power supporting 
system, embedded systems, power converters, interface and data links, communication, material 
,quality control, practical implementations, real time development, end user aspects); 
Atmospheric ice sensing techniques (Capacitive ice sensors, infrared ice sensors, load cell based 
ice sensors, vibrating probe based ice sensor, ultrasonic ice sensors); Applications of 
atmospheric ice sensor (Ice sensors for wind energy/resource assessment, ice sensors for offshore 
structures, ice sensors for road applications, ice sensors for power transmission, ice sensors 
for aviation, ice sensors for communication sector); Experience from field measurements in cold 
regions  (system maintenance , remote sensing, logistics & accessibility, human efficiency while 
maintenance, system health monitoring, anticipation to unforeseen errors, synchronization and 
delays in operation)
UNWAT: Under water sensors and systems
    Protocols for underwater sensor networks; Underwater hardware; Underwater wired systems; 
Underwater wireless sensor networks; Underwater sensors for neutrino telescopes; Acoustic and 
radio underwater communication; Aquatic environments and applications; Unmanned underwater 
exploration; Underwater localization and knowledge acquisition; Scalable underwater monitoring 
and measurement systems; Fixed and mobile underwater wireless sensors; Aquatic surveillance 
applications; QoS/Performance in underwater communication; Surface-floating and underwater sensor 
communication; Access control in underwater networks; Latency effects for critical applications 
and synchronization; Synchronization and delays in underwater sensor networks; Localization in 
underwater sensor networks; Advanced underwater sensor-based applications
ENOPT: Energy optimization in wireless sensor networks
    Energy supply, lifetime and transmission power; Energy efficiency; State-driven energy 
optimization; Power consumption models; Energy-aware adaptive low power; Optimal energy-aware 
clustering; Lifetime-oriented energy provisioning; Sensor placement and accessibility; Random 
sensor deployment and density function; Fixed and adjustable transmission power; Traffic and 
energy consumption rate; Energy-efficient topology control; Energy optimization in multi-hop 
communications; Energy harvesting for autonomous sensors
Committee: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2014/ComSENSORCOMM14.html
SENSORCOMM Advisory Chairs
 Jean Philippe Vasseur, Cisco Systems, Inc., France
 Petre Dini, Concordia University, Canada / China Space Agency Center, China
 Jaime Lloret Mauri, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain
 Jens Martin Hovem, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
 Pascal Lorenz, University of Haute Alsace, France
 Sergey Yurish, IFSA, Spain
SENSORCOMM 2014 Industry Liaison Chairs
 Sarfraz Khokhar, Cisco Systems, Inc., USA
 Harkirat Singh, Samsung Electronics Co., Korea
 Javier Del Ser Lorente, TECNALIA-Telecom - Zamudio (Bizkaia), Spain
 Michael Niedermayer, Fraunhofer IZM, Germany
SENSORCOMM 2014 Research/Industry Chairs
 Hristo Djidjev, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Teng Rui, National Institute of Information 
and Communication Technology, Japan
 S. Biju Kumar, Philips Research - Eindhoven, The Netherlands
SENSORCOMM 2014 Special Area Chairs
Embedded systems
 Joshua Ellul, University of Malta, Malta
 Yenumula Reddy, Grambling State University, USA
Body networks
 Alessandro Pozzebo, Università degli Studi di Siena, Italy
Underwater systems
 Mylène Toulgoat, Communications Research Centre - Ottawa, Canada
 Elena Gaura, Coventry University, UK
 Canfeng Chen, Nokia Research Center - Beijing, China
Atmospheric Icing and Sensing
 Muhammad Shakeel Virk, Narvik University College, Norway

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