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Call for Papers: Research and Deployment Possibilities based on MIPv6
Posted by: madsix on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 11:43 AM
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This workshop is being organized by the ENABLE project in collaboration Daidalos.

The goal is to provide researchers, engineers and IT managers with a concentrated day on the state of the art technologies on mobility along with their security and applicability aspects.

The workshop will provide to the participants a comprehensive knowledge of mobility technologies and their respective benefits. It will focus in particular on the recent developments and open issues of mobile networking, its evolution to beyond 3G/4G and advanced mobile network services.

The workshop will be a complete day workshop organized in three sessions, that will be based on both, invited and solicited papers. Two sessions will consist of 3 paper presentations plus one keynote speaker and the third one will consist of 2 papers plus a final panel session from researchers and industry addressing the state-of-the-art technologies and hot topics in the area of mobility.

All accepted papers will be presented and discussed. The final accepted papers will be published in a booklet being edited by the ENABLE project.

More information about the workshop and the call for papers can be found at the Mobile Summit 2007 website.

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