In recent years, it clearly emerged an increasing importance of experimental validation of innovative wireless solutions and applications, due to the increasing complexity of the wireless ecosystem. The WiNTECH workshop explicitly deals with methodological and technical issues that have to be faced for defining, running, controlling and benchmarking experiments on wireless solutions. The workshop, that this year reach the 11th edition, has a consolidated tradition for bringing together an important number of researchers and industry players working in different aspects of experimental wireless communications. The workshop will serve as a forum for sharing experiences and results with real testbeds, experimental evaluation, prototyping and empirical characterization of wireless technologies.
The workshop will facilitate discussions on unresolved issues in the field, such as new laboratory methodologies, key real-life limitations of current and novel wireless technologies that have emerged over the past few years (including mmWave, underwater, 5G, IoT, wearables, and SDN), as well as key challenges facing the wireless networking of the future. WiNTECH has an inherent experimental nature and thus will include a relatively large demo session where real testbeds, deployments and prototypes can be shown and discussed. Moreover, the research community will be challenged to show us their latest, breakthrough, chair-rocking and mind-blowing innovations, through the demonstration competition.
In additional to the regular papers, the program of WiNTECH 2017 will also include:
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ACM WiNTECH has advanced to its second decade as one consolidated tradition for bringing together an important number of researchers and industry players working in different aspects of experimental wireless communications. The workshop will continue to serve as a forum for sharing new ideas and experiences gathered across all experimental aspects of wireless networks and systems, such as the methodological and technical issues that have to be faced for defining, running, controlling and benchmarking experiments on wireless solutions. The workshop will also facilitate discussions of key unresolved challenges and emerging problems in the field, such as new laboratory methodologies, key real-life limitations of current and novel wireless technologies that have emerged over the past few years (including mmWave, underwater, 5G, IoT, wearables, and SDN), as well as key challenges facing the wireless networking of the future.
We are seeking original, previously unpublished papers empirically addressing key issues and challenges in wireless networking. All submissions will be judged by their technical merit and relevance to the workshop, based on a thorough review process by the Technical Program Committee.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
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Papers should contain original material and not be previously published or currently submitted for consideration elsewhere. Manuscripts must be submitted by using the HOTCRP conference management system. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a single PDF file with all font embedded, using the ACM conference proceedings format. Paper length is limited to eight (8) pages (in two-column, 10-point format) including references, figures and everything. Papers must include the author name and affiliation for single-blind peer reviewing by the program committee. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at the workshop. Accepted papers will be published in the ACM WiNTECH proceedings and will be archived in the ACM Library. All papers will be considered for the Best Paper Award.
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WiNTECH continues its established tradition of hosting an interactive demo and poster session, and welcomes proposals for demonstrations of novel work in wireless network testbeds, measurement platforms and results, and innovative prototypes. The areas of interest overlap those listed in the workshop call for papers. The innovations showcased can be at any layer of the protocol stack, from physical to application. However, we particularly encourage demonstrations and posters that span over multiple layers and wireless networking must be their key topic.
The demos must be presented live at the workshop venue, i.e., a presentation of a powerpoint, video, etc. only is not allowed. The posters may describe work in progress, while the session will offer an excellent opportunity to receive feedback and discuss early research. We emphasize that the poster/demo session is not a forum to display commercial products.
Each submission must be a single PDF file no longer than two pages in length (including figures, tables, and references), using two-column format, 10-point size or greater and in PDF format following the same formatting guidelines as the main conference. Papers must include the author name and affiliation. All poster titles should begin with the keyword "Poster:" and all demo titles should start with "Demo:". The demo should list the demo requirements at the workshop venue if they are more than a table. All the submissions will be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.