The 13th IEEE IFIP Annual Mediterranean Ad Hoc Networking Workshop
June 2-4, 2014
2014.06.05 : Best paper awarded to T-AAD: Lightweight Traffic Auto-ADaptations for Low-power MAC Protocols, "Georgios Z. Papadopoulos (University of Strasbourg - ICube Lab, France); Julien Beaudaux (NTNU Trondheim, Norway); Antoine Gallais (University of Strasbourg, France); Thomas Noel (University of Strasbourg, France)".
2014.05.29 : Keynote speech has been updated. Please click HERE for more information
2014.05.08 : Local and Travel has been updated.
2014.05.07 : Technical Program has been updated.
2014.04.17 : Camera-ready submission guidelines have been updated on Submission page.
2014.03.31 : Conference registration is now available.
2014.03.16 : Due to many requests, submission deadline has been extended to March 22
2014.02.28 : Paper submission deadline has been extended to March 17
2013.11.23 : Venue has been updated
2013.11.23 : Paper submission is now available
2013.10.24 : Med-Hoc-Net 2014 Website up
Wireless ad hoc networks have attracted considerable attention from the research community in the last several years. Now that many of the fundamental topics and challenges have been deeply investigated, the focus is partially shifting to new issues, which include data-centric operations, autonomous organization, service creation/support, continued operation under intermittent connectivity, optimization, control, cross-layer design and application scenarios (road safety, disaster recovery, smart cities, energy efficient buildings, sensors, actuators, wearables, etc.). Moreover, novel and exciting challenges are introduced by commercial systems adopting the ad hoc paradigm, from mesh, sensor and vehicular networks, and by associated delay-tolerant and opportunistic scenarios. Furthermore, today's market explosion of smart phones is creating new opportunities for wireless ad hoc social networks, the study of which requires the combination of opportunistic ad hoc networking aspects with the understanding of social behavior and mobility patterns.
MED-HOC-NET 2014 focuses on all the ramifications of ad hoc networking research, not only the classic topics of location management, security/privacy, topology optimization/control schemes and resource allocation, but also paying attention to novel emerging areas such as green networking, safety/surveillance, underwater communications, and coexistence among heterogeneous devices.
The Workshop is endorsed by the IEEE Communication Society and its Technical Committees for Ad Hoc & Sensor Networks, Information Infrastructure & Networking, and Radio Communication, and by IFIP.
Accepted and presented papers will appear in the conference proceedings published by the IEEE in IEEEXplore.
March 22, 2014
|Notification of Acceptance||
April 14, 2014
|Camera-Ready Version Due||May 4, 2014
|Conference Dates||June 2-4, 2014|
Fulvio Babich - University of Trieste, Italy
Eve Schooler - Intel Labs, USA