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Deadline approaching for ICIN 2012 conference and workshops

by david.nunes
ICIN 2012

ICIN 2012 – Call for Papers deadline April 9

Prospective authors have less than three weeks left to submit their papers for ICIN 2012. ICIN addresses the challenges of design, deployment, delivery, and management of services and multimedia applications over different platforms and diverse networks from both technical and business perspectives.

The primary focus of ICIN 2012 is voice, data or multimedia services for enterprises or consumers that make use of capabilities in the operator network. These are becoming increasingly important as the telecom industry transforms itself to meet the challenges and grasp the opportunities presented by OTT players and social networks.

ICIN 2012 will be held October 8-11, 2011, in Berlin, Germany.

The regular Technical Paper programme at ICIN 2012 will be supplemented by a combined Poster and Demonstration session. This extended session allows the presentation of late-breaking results, on-going research projects, and speculative or innovative work in progress. Posters and demos aim at providing authors and attendees with an even greater opportunity to gather and to discuss technical issues about their work.

Submissions are invited for Demonstration / Poster sessions as well as for Technical Paper sessions. Papers should be submitted electronically through EDAS at http://edas.info/N11703.

Information on the ICIN workshops BMMP12 and PACE12 can be found at http://www.icin.biz.

ICIN 2012 has been approved by the IEEE Communications Society for technical co-sponsorship and presented papers will be published in IEEE Xplore.

For more information please download the Call for Papers here.

Stuart Sharrock, Chairman
ICIN International Advisory Board
Igor Faynberg, Chairman
ICIN Technical Programme Committee


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