ACoRN Multihop Wireless Networking Workshop

UniSA, Mawson Lakes Campus, Institute of Telecommunications Research, 16-17 July 2007

Following the success of the first such workshop last year in Sydney, which was aimed at early career researchers, the ACoRN Workshop on Wireless Multihop Networks this year provides a forum for all researchers in Australia (including postgraduate students) working on these areas to present and discuss their current research directions, identify peers working on similar topics, and facilitate the process of establishing successful collaborations. The workshop will feature:

  • a keynote talk by Prof. Songwu Lu from the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA);
  • a single track of presentations, with significant time after each presentation for questions, discussions, and uncovering any similarities with other ongoing works;
  • a special session on Underwater and Acoustic Networks and a poster session.

The workshop will have a single track of presentations, with significant time after each presentation for questions and discussions, leading to uncovering any similarities with other ongoing works, identifying peers working on similar topics and facilitating the process of establishing successful collaborations.

This workshop is supported by the ARC Communications Research Network (ACoRN). ACoRN aims to stimulate creativity, innovation and breakthrough science, leading to technological advancement in telecommunications.

Venue

The school will be held in the lecture theatre at the Institute for Telecommunications Research (ITR), University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes campus. The ITR is located in the SPRI building. The University has an A4 map of the campus that shows the SPRI building (W) that you may like to print out.

View the accommodation page for possible accommodation options and also public transport details for travelling to the venue.

Organising Committee

Dr Aruna Jayasuriya, University of South Australia
Dr Qiang Fu, University of South Australia
Dr Lavy Libman, National ICT Australia
Dr Bjorn Landfeldt, University of Sydney and NICTA