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IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC)
(Held in conjunction with the International Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas, January 8-11, 2013)

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General Call for Workshops


IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society, is a major annual international conference. Taking advantage of its co-location with CES (the world's largest tradeshow on consumer technology), CCNC is organized with the objective of bringing together researchers, developers, and practitioners from academia and industry working in all areas of consumer technologies. CCNC 2013 will feature high quality keynotes, plenary talks, panels and tutorials.

The CCNC 2013 Organization Committee invites members of the research community to submit workshop proposals. The workshops should be clearly focused on current or emerging topics of interest. They should allow members of the research community and industry development community to compare and discuss approaches and concepts on research topics pertinent to consumer electronics.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Communications and Signal processing for modern mobile devices.
* Social Networking and CrowdSourcing
* Wireless Networking
* Peer-to-Peer and Cloud-based Networking * Multimedia Networking, Services, & Applications * Smart Spaces & Sensor Networks * Security, Content Protection & DRM * Vehicular Networks * Green Communications & Computation * eHealth, Ambient Assisted Living * Telepresence & Tele-robotics * Intelligent & Emotion-oriented Computing * 3D Imaging, Processing, Communications & Display * Innovative Multimedia Systems & Consumer Electronics * Information Integration & Data Analytics * Experiences with innovative applications.

CCNC workshops will be organized on the first and last day of the conference (Jan 11 and Jan 14).

Proposal Format:

The workshop organizers should submit a workshop proposal by May 31st 2012.
Each Workshop proposal should include:

1) Title, goals and topics that will be addressed;

2) Names, Affiliations and Short Bios of organizers.

3) Estimated paper submission volume and paper acceptance rate;

4) If the workshop will include invited technical talks (not to be included in the published proceedings), the proposal should include a subset of invited speakers who are willing to attend and participate if the workshop is accepted.

5) Workshop history (if applicable).

6) Full-day or half-day workshop program goal. Full-day workshops should aim for 8-9 accepted papers or invited technical talks. Half-day workshops should aim for 4-5 accepted papers or invited technical talks.

7) A draft workshop call for papers with:

     o The names, affiliations, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of the workshop organizers, who should be experts in the related topics and preferably from multiple institutions;

     o The paper selection process;

     o A list of potential Program Committee members and their affiliations.

Workshop proposals should not exceed 4 pages.

All proposals and questions should be submitted to the workshop chair:

Alexandros G. Dimakis, University of Southern California.

Conference registration fees will not be waived for speakers at accepted workshops. The organizers of the accepted workshops will be responsible for paper reviewing and the workshop programs.

Workshop Proposals Due:  May 31, 2012
Acceptance Notification:    June 15, 2012










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