Important Dates

Paper registration deadline:
February 11, 2011
Submission deadline:
February 15, 2011

Acceptance notification:
May 15, 2011
Student posters due:
June 10, 2011
Camera-ready version:
June 15, 2011
Student travel grant application:
June 24, 2011
Author registration deadline:
July 15, 2011
Earlier registration deadline:
July 22, 2011 (extended)


ITC 2011 - Call for Student Posters

The ITC 2011 Students poster session showcases research-in-progress presented by students. Topics of interests are the same as topics in the ITC 2011 conference call for papers.

The general requirements are:

- The primary contribution is from a student or students (your advisor may be a co-author)

- The topic list is the same as ITC 2011 Call for papers (see below)

- If accepted, a student must present the student poster at the conference

- Students with accepted posters pay students registration rate to attend ITC 2011

- A two page extended abstract must be submitted (in IEEE two-column format PDF format) to EDAS . Here is the general guideline for the extended abstract (certainly, you can name your sections as appropriate):

- Abstract (not more than 250 words)

- Introduction

- Approach/Method/Scheme

- Preliminary Results/Evaluation

- Conclusion/Future Work

- References

Poster Abstract Due: June 10, 2011

Acceptance Notification: July 8, 2011

Camera-ready Version: July 15, 2011

Author Registration Deadline: July 15, 2011


Topics of interest, but not limited to:


Network Architectures, Paradigms, and Technologies:

Cognitive Radio Networking

Content Delivery and Storage Area Networks

Data Center Networks

Delay Tolerant and Opportunistic Networking

Energy-Aware Networking

Future Internet Design

IP/MPLS/Carrier Ethernet

Multi-Carrier Networks

Optical Networks

Sensor networks

UMTS, WiFi, WiMAX, LTE, 4G Networks

Wireless Adhoc and mesh networks


Network Planning, QoS, and Performance:

Capacity Planning Methods and Tools

Network Design Methods

Performance and Design over Wireless and Wireline Transport Technologies

Performance and Reliability Tradeoffs

Planning for Multi-Carrier Networks

Pricing and billing, business models for QoS

QoS Provisioning

Regulatory and Public Policy - QoS Issues

SLA Monitoring


Traffic Management and Measurement:

Admission Control

Application and Content Traffic Management

Dynamic Bandwidth Management

Location and Mobility Management

Multi-Domain Issues

Network Tomography Analysis of Traffic Matrices

Overload and Congestion Control Protocols and Mechanisms

Protection, Restoration, and Reliability

Regulatory and Public Policy - Traffic Management Issues


Traffic and Performance Monitoring, Measurements and Forecasting.



Application Layer Networks and Overlays, including Network virtualization

Cloud, Distributed, and Grid Computing

Efficient Content Delivery Technologies

Internet of Things

P2P and Distributed Lookup

Social Networks

Tele-Medicine, -Education, -Metry

Web Services and Service-Oriented Architectures


Security Issues:

Anomaly Detection, Detection of DoS Attacks

Attack Mitigation Methods

Epidemiological Models, Worm and Virus Propagation

Privacy and Trust


Models and Techniques:

Cross-Layer Design and Optimization Mechanisms

Game-Theoretic Models

Optimization Algorithms, Self-Optimization Approaches

Performance Models and Queueing theory

Random Graph Models

Resource Allocation and Management, Scheduling Algorithms

Simulation methods and Tools


Type of Work:





Student Post Committee:


Masaki Aida, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Markus Fiedler, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden

Tobias Hoßfeld, University of Würzberg, Germany

Dijiang Huang, Arizona State University, USA

Deep Medhi, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA

Yi Qian, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Kurt Tutschku, University of Vienna, Austria