IEEE/IFIP WONS 2017 13th Wireless On-demand Network systems and Services Conference 21 - 24 February 2017, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA

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About The Conference: CFP

Wireless on-demand network systems and services have become pivotal in shaping our future networked world. Starting as a niche application over Wi-Fi, they can now be found in mainstream technologies like Bluetooth LE, LTE Direct and Wireless LANs, and have become the cornerstone of upcoming networking paradigms including mesh and sensor networks, the Internet of Things, cloud networks, vehicular networks, disruption tolerant and opportunistic networks, underwater and intra-body networks.

The challenges of this exciting research field are numerous. Examples include how to make smart use of these novel technologies when multiple technologies or a mix of permanent services and on-demand networking opportunities are available to a network node, how to provide robust services in highly dynamic environments, how to efficiently employ and operate heavily resource-constrained devices, and how to develop robust and lightweight algorithms for self-organization and adaptation. Finally, there are many application-specific challenges.

WONS, now in its thirteenth edition, is a high quality forum to address these challenges. WONS aims to provide a global platform for rich interactions between experts in their fields, discussing innovative contributions in a stimulating environment.

This announcement solicits original contributions of high-quality research providing novel insights on all aspects of wireless on-demand networks and systems; from protocol and network design, modeling, performance evaluation, energy efficiency, QoS models and mechanisms, practical implementations, service level aspects, application use-cases, to the integration of multiple wireless network technologies.

Topics of interest comprise, but are not limited to:
  • Cognitive radio networks
  • Cross-layer design
  • Energy-efficient protocols and power management
  • Heterogeneous wireless networks
  • Implementations and testbeds
  • Integration and co-existence of heterogeneous technologies
  • Intra-body and biomedical on-demand systems
  • Green wireless networks
  • Localization and mobility management
  • MAC and advanced PHY technologies
  • Middleware aspects
  • Mobile peer-to-peer systems
  • Mobile computing and services
  • Modeling and optimization
  • Network management
  • New architectures for on-demand wireless systems
  • Novel applications and services
  • Opportunistic, delay-tolerant, and dissemination-based protocols
  • Performance evaluation through simulations and experiments
  • Pervasive and ubiquitous computing
  • Security, privacy, and trust
  • Social and economic aspects
  • Underwater on-demand networked systems

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Paper registration: 25 Sep 2016
30 Sep 2016
Paper submission: 02 Oct 2016
9 Oct 2016
23:59 PDT
Acceptance notification: 20 November 2016 Camera ready: 04 December 2016
23:59 PDT

Manuscript Submission

Authors are invited to submit double-column long papers (up to 8 pages) and short papers (up to 4 pages) as a PDF file in IEEE format with a font size no smaller than 10pt. All paper submissions must be written in English. The mandatory IEEE template in Microsoft Word and LaTeX format can be found at the IEEE templates page. All submitted manuscripts must be at least 3 pages in length. Short papers should present future research directions and ongoing work with visionary, innovative ideas; accepted short papers will populate poster sessions at the conference and will be included in the conference proceedings. Submitted papers must not have been published elsewhere and must not be currently under review by another conference or journal. Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted and presented papers will appear in the conference proceedings published in the IFIP Open Access Digital Library and will also be submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

Manuscripts will be collected via EDAS. You can submit your contribution using the following link:

Jackson Hole Corbets Couloir.

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Organizing Committee

General Chair

Konstantinos Psounis

University of Southern California

Technical Program Chairs

Tommaso Melodia

Northeastern University

Klaus Wehrle

RWTH Aachen University

Steering Committee

Renato Lo Cigno

University of Trento

Falko Dressler

University of Paderborn

Mario Gerla


Edward W. Knightly

Rice University

Ioannis Stavrakakis

University of Athens

Web and Publication Chair

Marios Lestas

Frederick University

Technical Program Committee

Claudio Casetti

Politecnico di Torino - Italy

Lijun Chen

University of Colorado at Boulder - USA

Falko Dressler

University of Paderborn - Germany

Christian Becker

University of Mannheim - Germany

Randall Berry

Northwestern University - USA

Marco Fiore

National Research Council of Italy - Italy

Giuseppi Bianchi

University of Rome "Tor Vergata" - Italy

Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini

Politecnico di Torino - Italy

Zhangyu Guan

Northeastern University - USA

Francesca Cuomo

University of Rome Sapienza - Italy

Stratis Ioannidis

Northeastern University - USA

Dimitrios Katsaros

University of Thessaly - Greece

Edward Knightly

Rice University - USA

Dimitrios Koutsonikolas

University at Buffalo, SUNY - USA

Wolfgang Kellerer

Technical University of Munich - Germany

Tom Luan

School of Information Technology - Australia

Bhaskar Krishnamachari

University of Southern California - USA

Joerg Ott

Technical University of Munich - Germany

Björn Scheuermann

Humboldt University of Berlin - Germany

Ioannis Stavrakakis

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - Greece

Zhi Sun

State University of New York at Buffalo - USA

Stavros Toumpis

Athens University of Economics and Business - Greece

Renato Lo Cigno

University of Trento - Italy

Joerg Widmer

IMDEA Networks Institute - Spain

Dario Pompili

Rutgers University - USA

Giovanni Pau

UPMC Sorbonne Universit̩s - France

Michele Rossi

University of Padova - Italy

Theodoros Salonidis

IBM Research - USA

Christoph Sommer

Paderborn University - Germany

Lars Wolf

Technische Universität Braunschweig - Germany

Adam Wolisz

TUB - Germany

Jean Walrand

University of California, Berkeley - USA

Andrea Detti

University of Rome "Tor Vergata" - Italy

Guevara Noubir

Northeastern University - USA

Enrico Natalizio

Universit̩ de Technologie de Compi̬gne - France

Matteo Cesana

Politecnico di Milano - Italy

Michael Welzl

University of Oslo - Norway

Lars Eggert

NetApp GmbH, Munich-Germany

Frank Dürr

University of Stuttgart-Germany

Maria Gorlatova

Princeton University-USA

Hengchang Liu

University of Science and Technology China

Pan Hui

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Venue - Spring Creek Ranch

The conference will be hosted at the Spring Creek Ranch located on a wildlife sanctuary almost 1,000 feet above the town of Jackson and has the most spectacular views of the Teton Mountain Range, including the world famous 13,700-foot Grand Teton. Guests can enjoy a 20-person hot tub, a fitness centre, an outdoor pool and a full service spa and wellness centre. A free shuttle to Jackson Hole Resort is provided during the winter months. Granary Restaurant and Rising Sage Cafe are offered on site.

Conference attendees will have the opportunity to reserve a room at a special rate. To reserve the room please contact the hotel and mention that you are part of WONS to receive the negotiated special rate.
  • Phone number: +1 800 443.6139

Driving Directions

Four major highways serve Jackson Hole: US 26, 89, 189, and 191. Click here for printable driving directions from Salt Lake City UT, Denver CO, Idaho Falls ID, Bozeman MT, and Jackson Hole Airport. You may also use Google Maps to get driving directions from your current location.

Flying to Jackson Hole

The Jackson Hole Airport is located entirely within the Grand Teton National Park, at the base of the spectacular Teton mountain range. American, Delta, Frontier, United and United Express all serve Jackson. Schedules vary based on the season. During winter there are direct flights from 13 major US cities including: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, Chicago, Atlanta, New York Newark and Washington D.C. Click here to visit the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort website for the most up-to-date information. Spring Creek Ranch offers shuttle service to and from the airport as well as scheduled shuttles to the town of Jackson. If you would like to use the airport shuttle service, please call 800-443-6139 at least 72 hours before your scheduled arrival date.

A view of the hotel.


Jean Walrand

About the speaker: Jean Walrand received his Ph.D. in EECS from UC Berkeley and has been on the faculty of that department since 1982. He is the author of An Introduction to Queueing Networks(Prentice Hall, 1988) and Communication Networks: A First Course (2nd ed. McGraw-Hill,1998) and co-author of High-Performance Communication Networks (2nd ed, Morgan Kaufman, 2000), Communication Networks: A Concise Introduction (Morgan & Claypool, 2010), Scheduling and Congestion Control for Communication and Processing networks (Morgan & Claypool, 2010), and Probability in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Amazon, 2014). His research interests include stochastic processes, queuing theory, communication networks, game theory and the economics of the Internet. Prof. Walrand is a Fellow of the Belgian American Education Foundation and of the IEEE and a recipient of the Lanchester Prize, the Stephen O. Rice Prize, the IEEE Kobayashi Award and the ACM Sigmetrics Achievement Award.

Nick Bambos

About the speaker: Dr. Bambos is a Professor at Stanford University, having a joint appointment in the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Management Science and Engineering. He heads the Network Architecture and Performance Engineering research group at Stanford, conducting research in wireless network architectures, the Internet infrastructure, packet switching, network management and information service engineering, engaged in various projects of his Network Architecture Laboratory (NetLab). His current technology research interests include high-performance networking, autonomic computing, and service engineering. His methodological interests are in network control, online task scheduling, queueing systems and stochastic processing networks.