Welcome to WWIC 2010 in Luleå

Since the first event in 2002, International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications (WWIC) has been established as a highly selective conference focusing on the rapidly developing field of wireless networking and providing an international forum for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge research in the field.

Next generation mobile networks will be based on Internet core networks and wireless access networks. The need for efficient merging of the wired and wireless infrastructure as well as the new multimedia services and applications of next generation networks call for novel network architectures, protocols and traffic-related mechanisms. WWIC addresses research topics such as the design and evaluation of protocols, the dynamics of the integration, the performance tradeoffs, the need for new performance metrics, and cross-layer interactions.

The eighth edition of WWIC is organized by Luleå University of Technology in June 2010. The organizing team would like to extend a very warm welcome to all delegates of WWIC 2010. We hope you will enjoy an unforgettable experience of midnight sun and wish you a pleasant stay in our city!

 

WWIC 2010 HIGHLIGHTS


Best Paper Award

The Best Paper Award of WWIC2010 is awarded to Vijay Raman for paper:
"SHORT: A Static-Hybrid Approach for Routing Real Time Applications over Multichannel, Multihop Wireless Networks"
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This year the Best Paper Award is sponsored by Ericsson.


 

WWIC 2010 faces

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Click here to see a photo gallery by LTU photographer
Click here to see a photo gallery by Edmundo Monteriro
Click here to see a photo gallery by Rene Serral-Garcia



Video recordings of technical presentations

During WWIC 2010 all technical presentations were recorded. To watch the video, follow link "Program/Video"




 

Conference Proceedings Springer Logo LNCS Logo

LNCS 6074 The conference proceedings are published by Springer-Verlag in LNCS 6074.


 

Conference Sponsors

This year WWIC is sponsored by Ericsson AB and CDT - Centre for Distance Spanning Technologies.

Ericsson Logo Ericsson is a world-leading provider of telecommunications equipment and related services to mobile and fixed network operators globally. Over 1,000 networks in more than 175 countries utilize our network equipment and 40 percent of all mobile calls are made through our systems. We are one of the few companies worldwide that can offer end-to-end solutions for all major mobile communication standards.


 

Keynote speakers

Professor Henning Schulzrinne, Department of Computer Science and Department of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University. (Watch recorded video)

Professor Mario Gerla, Computer Science Department, UCLA. (Watch recorded video)


 

Invited Sessions

LNCS Logo Cognitive Multihop Networks (Organizers: Prof. Andreas Kassler and Prof. Merouane Debbah)

QoE Trends in Networking (Organizers: Prof. Xavier Masip Bruin and Prof. Edmundo Monteiro)

Network Monitoring and Measurement Systems (Organizers: Ass. Prof. René Serral-Gracià and Dr. Christian Callegari )


 

Workshops

4th ERCIM eMobility Workshop

May 31, 2010 - Luleå, Sweden

Progress in computing and (wireless) communication technologies allow mobile users to permanently communicate with other persons or to use services and applications that might even have been designed for mobile users. Mobile Applications and services require technical solutions on various levels such as wireless network technologies, communication architectures and protocols supporting mobility of users and devices, middleware to support security and flexibility, as well as applications that are adaptive and context sensitive, although or because mobile devices have usually limited resources. The target of the workshop is to discuss issues and problems related to future applications and services based on mobile and wireless technologies.

ERCIM Workshop Program

 

New on WWIC 2010: A Midnight Sun Madness session

At the end of day one of the conference all the participants will be transfered to the Arctic Circle where after a welcome dinner the conference will continue with a Midnight Sun Madness session starting at 00:00. During the session each speacker will be granted one minute time slot to present his/her outrageous ideas on a free topic within the technical scopeof the conference.


 

New on WWIC 2010: Internet presence

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