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Workshops: 9th December 2008
Conference: 10th - 12th December 2008

ACM CoNEXT 2008 is a major forum for future networking technologies. Previous CoNEXT Conferences have successfully encouraged original, long-term studies and contributed to the integration of networking research on an international level.

The 4th ACM International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (ACM CoNEXT 2008), will be hosted by the University Carlos III of Madrid. The conference will be a major forum for presentations and discussions of novel networking technologies, which are set to shape the future of Internetworking. We strive to open informative and stimulating debates between distinct international research communities. The conference is single-track and will feature a high-quality technical program, with significant opportunities for individual and small-group technical and social interactions. The main conference will also be preceded by three one-day workshops.

The topics covered by this year's conference include, but are by no means limited to:

    * Internet measurement and modeling
    * Wireless and mobile networks
    * Ad hoc and sensors networks
    * Economic aspects of the Internet
    * Network security issues
    * Multimedia networking
    * Peer-to-peer and overlay networks
    * Routing and traffic engineering
    * Delay and disruption tolerant networks
    * New networking protocols and architectures
    * Autonomic and dependable communications
    * Networked systems applications and services

ACM CoNEXT 2008 is a joint conference series having its roots in QoFIS, NGC and MIPS. QoFIS and NGC are highly successful international workshops initiated by two European COST Actions, namely COST263 on Quality of Future Internet Services and COST264 on Networked Group Communications. MIPS resulted from the merging of two other major workshops, namely IDMS (concentrated on interactive and distributed multimedia services) and PROMS (focusing on protocols for networked multimedia systems).

This year's conference is organized by University Carlos III of Madrid and IMDEA Networks, and sponsored by ACM SIGCOMM.


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