IEEE INFOCOM 2006 Global Internet Workshop April 28-29, 2006

9th IEEE Global Internet Symposium Committees

In Conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2006
Barcelona, Spain, 28 & 29 April 2006

Symposium Co-chairs
Georg Carle, University of Tubingen
Pablo Rodriguez, Microsoft Research



Symposium Topics
IEEE Global Internet 2006 aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss advances in Internet-related technologies. The focus of the symposium is on experimental systems and on emerging Internet technologies. The Program Committee encourages original submissions describing promising work in progress, speculations about the future of the Internet, and progressive position papers. Authors are invited to submit papers on any issue related to Internet technology, including but not limited to the following topics:
  • P2P networking and overlay networks.
  • Privacy and/or security issues in the Internet.
  • Provisioning, monitoring, and management of IP services ( VPN s, traffic engineering, mobility support, etc.).
  • Content networking (caching, content distribution, content routing, content services, load balancing, etc.).
  • Distributed Internet applications including games, VoIP , and video conferencing.
  • Novel applications and new paradigms (telephony, streaming media, etc.).
  • Handling Internet dynamics/heterogeneity (by applications and/or the network).
  • Routing (unicast, multicast, anycast, etc.).
  • Flow management (fairness/sharing, congestion control, differentiated services, etc.).
  • The Internet and mobility/mobile devices.
  • Traffic measurement, analysis, modeling, and visualization.
  • Anomaly, intrusion and attack detection.

Call for papers

(Full Paper by Jan. 30, 2006)