By Birgitta König-Ries, Kia Makki, S. A. M. Makki, Niki Pissinou, Peter Scheuermann
The workshop on an Infrastructure for cellular and instant platforms was once held in Scottsdale, Arizona on October 15, 2001 and was once funded by way of the nationwide technology origin (NSF) and subsidized through the Telecommunications and knowledge know-how Institute of the varsity of Engineering at Florida foreign U- versity (FIU), to set up a standard infrastructure for the self-discipline of cellular and instant networking, and to serve its swiftly rising cellular and instant neighborhood of researchers and practitioners. The workshop presents a unmarried, cohesive, and top quality discussion board for disseminating learn and adventure during this rising ?eld. Of signi?cance is the combination of many varied com- nities. The parts of cellular and instant networking mix the simplest of either worlds, specifically academia and undefined. the target of the workshop is to - ?ne and identify a typical infrastructure of the self-discipline and to advance a consensus-based record that would supply a beginning for implementation, standardization, and additional examine. Workshop software Chairs Dr. Birgitta okay¨ onig-Ries (Universit¨at Karlsruhe), and Dr. Peter Scheuermann (Northwestern collage) and Vice application Chair Dr. S. A. M. Makki (Queensland college of Technology), assembled a really - pressive application committee. including this system committee, they labored diligently to choose papers and audio system that met the factors of top of the range and relevance to our numerous ?elds of curiosity. It takes time and e?ort to check a - in step with rigorously, and each member of this system committee is to be recommended for his/her contribution to the good fortune of this workshop.
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Park, University of Missouri-Kansas City) Appendix B: Workshop Participants • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Lutz Wegner, Universität GHKassel Guohong Cao, Penn State University Eduardo Mena, University of Zaragoza, Spain Yugyung Lee, University of Missouri Kansas City Jari Veijalainen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland Antonio Carzaniga, University of Colorado Alexander Wolf, University of Colorado Farid Hatefi, Arizona State University Wai Gen Yee, Georgia Tech Nigel Davies, University of Arizona S.