[robotics-worldwide] CfP: 4th Int. Conf on NANO NETWORKS, extended deadline June 15

Nikolaus Correll nikolaus at csail.mit.edu
Tue May 19 08:48:40 PDT 2009

Fourth International ICST Conference on Nano-Networks
Luzern/Lucerne, Switzerland
18-20 October, 2009

Extended Deadline: June 15, 2009

SCOPE: The Nano-Net conference positions itself at the intersection of
two worlds, namely, emerging nanotechnologies on one side, and
Information & Communication Technologies on the other side. One of the
standing questions that this conference addresses is: What are the new
communication paradigms that derive from the transition from micro- to
nano-scale devices? The convergence of nano-technologies with
established and novel engineering disciplines such as communication
and network theory, sensors and actuators, and biomedical engineering
is expected to radically shift our notions about efficient system and
network design. Nano- Net provides a unique multidisciplinary forum
for the discussion of novel techniques in modeling, design,
simulation, and fabrication of nano-scale systems.

Full call for papers: http://www.nanonets.org/cfp.shtml

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: Prospective authors are encouraged to submit
a PDF version of the full paper in English. Papers are limited to 5
pages (regular papers), or 2 pages (work-in-progress papers), and must
fulfill the submission details listed at: http://www.nanonets.org/
(submission guideline); the Author's Kit for the LNICST style listed
at: http://www.nanonets.org/ (author’s kit). Presentation will be
either oral or in poster format, as deemed appropriate by the
Technical Program Committee.

PUBLICATION: All submitted papers will be subject to a rigorous
peer-review. Accepted papers will be published by Springer in the
Nano-Net Conference Proceedings, and made available online through
Springer Lecture Notes LNICST, and ICST digital library, the European
Union Digital Library. Selected high-quality papers will be invited to
a post-conference journal publication in the IEEE Transactions on
Nanotechnology, in extended form.

WORKSHOP & TUTORIAL PROPOSALS: Proposals for Special Sessions, Panel
Sessions, and Tutorials are encouraged. Potential Workshop and
Tutorial organizers should submit a proposal of at most 5 pages,
including scope/motivation of the session/tutorial, list of invited
papers (still subject to peer-review) and shortbio of the
organizer(s). Workshops and tutorial proposals should be submitted by
e-mail to: alexandre.schmid at epfl.ch.

Alexandre Schmid

Sanjay Goel
U. Albany, USA

Alexander Sergienko
Boston U., USA

Andrei Vladimirescu

Gabriel Molina-Terriza
ICFO, Spain

Sorin Cotofana
Delft U. of Technology, NL

Alhussein Abouzeid

Maggie Cheng
Missouri U. S&T, USA

Sylvain Martel
Ecole Polytech. Montréal, CA

Nikolaus Correll

Costin Anghel

KEYNOTE TALK: Towards Nano Robots, Brad Nelson, ETH Zurich


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