ACM SenSys 2003, November 5-7, Los Angeles, California
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Technical demonstrations showing original research are solicited. In general this conference is interested in demonstrations of technology that address issues in embedded, networked systems. Specific topics of interest include the following:

  • Network protocols for sensor networks
  • Operating system and middleware for sensor networks
  • Distributed database processing in sensor networks
  • Distributed algorithms for sensor networks
  • Novel sensor node hardware and software platforms
  • Sensor network planning and deployment
  • Energy management in sensor networks
  • Adaptive topology management
  • In-network processing and aggregation
  • Data storage in sensor networks
  • Distributed and collaborative signal processing
  • Distributed Actuation, Control, and Coordination
  • Localization in time and space
  • Distributed calibration in sensor networks
  • Simulation and optimization tools
  • Applications of distributed sensor networks
  • Security and Robustness in sensor networks
  • Sensor network testbed measurements and benchmarks
Please consult the demo co-chairs at sensys03-demo-chairs@isi.edu if you are
uncertain whether your demo falls within the scope of the conference.

DEMO SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Please send a one-page description of your demo to sensys03-demo-chairs@isi.edu in plain text or PDF format by the dates listed below. (Plain text is preferred unless there are graphics.)

Demos are independent of the technical paper review and acceptance process.

IMPORTANT DATES

One-page demo descriptions: July 1, 2003 (original)
One-page demo descriptions: July 6, 2003 (extension; hard deadline)
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2003
Conference dates: November 5-7, 2003

SenSys 2003 DEMO CHAIRS: John Heidemann, Fabio Silva (USC/ISI)