IEEE INFOCOM 2006 Call For Tutorial Proposals


NOTE: proposals should be submitted via e-mail to by September 30, 2005

Tutorial Co-Chairs:

Javier Aracil, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Fabio Neri, Politecnico di Torino

Dan Rubenstein, Columbia University



We are soliciting proposals for tutorials to be presented at IEEE Infocom 2006 in Barcelona, Spain. Infocom draws a diverse and large audience each year and is the premier networking conference of the IEEE. Past tutorial instructors include some of the most outstanding researchers and industry leaders in the fields of communications, networking and security.

Potential instructors are requested to submit a tutorial proposal of at most 3 pages, including a biographical sketch and outline of the topics covered by the tutorial to . Tutorial duration can be either half day or full day.

Criteria for selection will be the expertise and experience of the proposed instructors, and the relevance and depth of the subject matter.


1. Title and contact information

2. Outline of materials to be presented

3. Description of potential audience and any prerequisite knowledge expected of audience

4. Why the proposed topic is interesting and timely

5. Biographical sketch of the presenter(s)

6. List of prior tutorials presented


Submissions due:
September 30, 2005
Notification of acceptance:
December 1, 2005
Tutorial Notes Due:
February 1, 2006
Tutorial Dates:
April 23-24, 2006


Please submit proposal submissions in electronic format (postscript/PDF or ASCII text format) to by September 30, 2005.

Please note that only tutorial proposals submitted to the e-mail address above will be considered. Proposals submitted to other e-mail addresses, such as the tutorial co-chairs' personal addresses, may not be considered.