|Thanks to wireless sensor networks,
pervasive computing environments are
becoming a reality. Wireless sensor networks are aggregates of sensor nodes into
sophisticated sensing, computational and communication infrastructures. These
new networks are having a significant impact (and promises to have even more) on
a wide array of applications ranging from military, to scientific, to
industrial, to health-care, to domestic, establishing ubiquitous computing that
will pervade society and redefine the way in which we live and work.
The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum to exchange ideas, discuss solutions,
and share experiences among researchers, professionals, and application developers
both from industry and academia. Original papers addressing both
theoretical and practical aspects of sensor networks are solicited.
Papers describing prototype and experimental implementations and
deployment of sensor networks and systems are particularly welcome.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
systems and applications
and software tools
architectures and protocols
gathering, aggregation and dissemination
Management and energy-efficient design
Sensor networks with
and dependability issues
and performance evaluation
|Papers should contain original material
and not be previously published, or currently submitted for consideration elsewhere. Manuscripts must be limited to
6 pages in IEEE 8.5x11 conference format, and formatted in accordance with the IEEE Computer Society
. The link for the templates can be found at:
All submissions will be handled via EDAS. Accepted papers will be published by
the IEEE Computer Society Press in the combined PerCom 2009 workshops
proceedings. At least one author of each accepted paper must register and attend
the workshop to present the paper.
||October 19, 2008
||December 19, 2008