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Barcelona is a lively, sunny, cosmopolitan and an open city. It offers relaxing walking tours, nice excursions, and outstanding sightseeings that you have the opportunity to enjoy during the conference. Get information on Infocom 2006 SPECIAL RATE guided tours for you and your accompanying person/s clicking here!
IEEE INFOCOM 25th Anniversary Event. Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Enjoy the unique cultural and artistic ambience of Catalonia and Barcelona. Modernism Architecture. Mediterranean culture. St Jordi (George) celebration on April 23, 2006.
Human Mobility Experiment at INFOCOM 2006. Organized by the HAGGLE project. Volunteers are needed
Advanced Registration. Friday, March 31, 2006
Hotel Reservation Extended until Thursday, March 30, 2006. Click here to proceed.
Tutorials Information is available
Registration is Open. On line Hotel Booking
High-Speed Networking Workshop: The Terabits Challenge (Submission deadline February 17, 2006)
Global Internet Workshop ( Submission deadline extended January 30, 2006)
Adaptive Policy-based Management in Network Management and Control Workshop (Submission deadline January 30, 2006)
Call for Posters & Demos ( Submission deadline extended January 20, 2006 )
Instructions for the Submission of Accepted Papers
(strict deadline January 6, 2006)
Student's Workshop (Submission deadline December 22, 2005)

Call for Papers for Adaptive Policy-based Management in Network Management and Control
Call for Patrons
Call for Tutorials


Submissions to Infocom 2006 are now closed.

NOTE: EDAS experienced problems on July 6, 2005, the submissions deadline. Additional servers were deployed, and those with problems were instructed to use FTP to deposit registered papers.

As a result, a grace period was extended to all who contacted us with submission problems. We are currently resolving all pending problems.


Topic areas:

There have been some reports of topic areas being incorrect; please especially check your paper's topic areas. Authors should still be able to update topic areas.

EDAS FTP upload problems:

There have been reports of problems uploading papers. Note that papers need to be uploaded with a filename based on the random number assigned by the registration process; files uploaded with the paper ID number (starting with "15") or with author names are not correctly submitted.

If you submitted via FTP incorrectly:

Send the PDF directly to, and include in your message "Infocom 2006" and your paper's ID number (NOT the random number) as registered.

Please do NOT send the paper to the Program Chairs, and do NOT try to upload yourself.

Problems accessing EDAS:

A grace period of several hours was provided on July 6, 2006, to accomodate an EDAS server crash around 4:30PM EDT. The server was restored, with a number of backup servers, as of 7:00PM EDT. All queries about EDAS issues were replied, and the grace period extended a full 8 hours after the problems were resolved to accomodate those experiencing problems.

If you have any further questions, please contact the Program Committee chairs at