Call for Papers
ACM SIGCOMM 2003 - A Data Communication Festival
We invite papers that are about communications systems,
whether imagined, architected, built, measured, analyzed or simulated
We have no preferred topics with in the broad range of potential
topics from policy and operations and through information coding and
transmission. Papers might be a detailed exploration of a well travelled
path, or shed light on the boundary between two or more areas. Papers
might present cross-cutting design princples, report on practice, or
prove new properties for networked systems. Papers on infrastructures or
methods that enable new research are also welcome.
- Distributed Applications
- Resource Management
We invite full papers, position papers, posters, workshops proposals, and
tutorial proposals. Please visit the paper
submission page for further information.
Full papers are no more than 14 pages long and present original,
Position papers are no more than 8 pages long and present preliminary
work rich in implications for future research. There is a guidance for
authors of positions papers available.
Posters are one 30" x 40" page long, and present ongoing work. Student
submissions will be favored.
Tutorials are not subject to public solicitation. Tutorial proposal form.
Workshop proposals that help to develop emerging
topics or foster new communities are
encouraged. Proposals will be considered separately
and should be sent to Craig Partridge (firstname.lastname@example.org). Further
information about workshop proposals and workshop
calls for papers can be found on the workshop page.
There will also be a Student Paper Award, Student Travel Grants, and a
SIGCOMM Award recognizing lifetime contributions. Contact Karen R. Sollins
(email@example.com) to nominate a candidate for the SIGCOMM Award.
|paper registration/abstracts||January 31, 2003|
|paper submission||February 5, 2003|
|paper notification||April 30, 2003|
|camera ready papers||June 15, 2003|
|poster submission||tentatively June 2003|