IEEE LCN 2013 will feature a demo session with the aim of providing demonstrations that validate important research issues and/or show innovative prototypes. Authors are invited to submit technical demonstrations showing innovative and original research.
In general, IEEE LCN is looking for demonstrations in all topics covered by the main conference in addition to all the workshops held in conjunction with LCN 2013. Research prototypes as well as commercial products are welcome. Demonstrations will be selected based on the expected interest from the LCN audience. An award will be given for the best demo of the session. Please see the LCN 2013 Home Page for further details.
A proposal should include: Scope and significance of the demo and the basic idea that it supports, equipment to be used for the demo, space and setup time needed, and additional facilities needed including power and Internet/wireless access. Proposals (no more than 3 pages) can be submitted via EDAS.
All demo proposals will be reviewed by the members of the Demo Board via an EDAS score sheet. The scores will be provided to the authors along with the notification. Concerning registration, a demo is not regarded as a paper. This means that a non-author registration registration is possible. For authors of LCN or workshop papers there is no extra charge for a demo. The conference registration will cover the demo.
- Proposal submission deadline: July
12 26, 2013
- Notification of acceptance: August 23, 2013
- Final Submissions: September 6, 2013
- Registration Due: September 21, 2013
- Kemal Akkaya, Southern Illinois University, USA (Demo-Chair)
- Stefan Aust, NEC Communication Systems, Ltd., Japan
- Matthias Hollick, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
- Wen Hu, CSIRO, Australia
- Satoko Itaya, NEC Communication Systems, Ltd., Japan
- Burak Kantarci, University of Ottawa, Canada
- Tom Pfeifer, Waterford IT Consulting, Ireland
- Fatih Senel, International Antalya University, Turkey
- Izzet Senturk, Southern Illinois University, USA
- Tim Strayer, BBN Technologies, USA
- Nazif Tas, Siemens Corporate Research, USA
- Fadi M. Al-Turjman, Queens University, Canada
- Damla Turgut, University of Central Florida, USA
- Suleyman Uludag, University of Michigan-Flint, USA