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Call for papers
NGI 2010 : 6th Euro NF conference on Next Generation Internet
June 2-4, 2010 - Paris, France
Following the past successful conferences, NGI 2010 focuses on the design, engineering, and operation of Next Generation Internet networks. It is organized by the Network of Excellence (NoE) Euro-NF, which was initiated by the European Commission during the 7th Framework Programme. Euro-NF serves as its main platform for interaction, dissemination, and collaboration. To stimulate discussions, NGI 2010 invites scientists and practitioners from industry and academia, and especially welcomes contributions from outside Euro-NF.

Important Dates
 Paper submission deadline:         	March 26, 2010 strict deadline
 Acceptance notifications:         	April 30, 2010
 Camera-ready due:                 	May 14, 2010
 Conference:                           	June 2 - 4, 2010

Original papers on recent advances in next generation networking are invited. Topics of interest are - but are not limited to - the following areas:

Applications and Services
 Applications for wireless sensor networks
 Grid computing
 Location-based and context-aware services
 Network co-operation
 Overlay networks and peer-to-peer
 Cloud computing
Optical Networks
 Multi-layer networks
 Routing & wavelength assignment
 Traffic grooming and traffic engineering
 Transport Ethernet, PON, WDM
Network Architecture
 Access, metropolitan, and core networks
 Environment-aware / green networking
 Future Internet
 Inter-domain and intra-domain routing
 Network management and control
 Security architectures and mechanisms
 Self-organized systems
 Testbeds and experimental evaluations
Wireless Networks
 Ad hoc and sensor networks
 Cellular networks
 Cross-layer design
 Integration of fixed and mobile networks
 WiFi and WiMax
Traffic Engineering
 Admission and congestion control
 Performance evaluation of NG networks
 Quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE)
 Service differentiation and multi-service support
 Traffic measurements, modeling and statistical characterization
 Optimization algorithms and heuristics for network dimensioning
Socio-Economic Aspects
 Cost models
 Regulation, IPR, network neutrality and governance
 SLAs, pricing and quality of experience
Trust, privacy and security
Technical Programme Committee
Conference Chairs
 Claude Chaudet, France
 Artur Hecker, France

Technical Programme Committee
 Samuli Aalto, Finland
 Joao Barros, Portugal
Jun Bi, China Eugen Borcoci, Romania
 Patrick Brown, France
 Augusto Casaca, Portugal
 Claudio Casetti, Italy
 Edward Chlebus, USA
 Gyorgy Dan, Sweden
 Hermann De Meer, Germany
 Amaro De Sousa, Portugal
 Peder Emstad, Norway
 Markus Fiedler, Sweden
 Erol Gelenbe, UK
 Guenter Haring, Austria
 Gerhard Hasslinger, Germany
 Paola Iovanna, Italy
 Giuseppe F. Italiano, Italy
 Andrzej Jajszczyk, Poland
 Terje Jensen, Norway
 Matthieu Jonckheere, Netherlands
 Wolgang Kleinwachter, Denmark
 Svein Knapskog, Norway
 Stefan Koehler, Germany
 Udo R. Krieger, Germany
 Geng Sheng Kuo, Taiwan
 Pascal Lorenz, France
 Patrick Maille, France
 Jorge Martinez Bauset, Spain
 Michael Menth, Germany
 Paul Mueller, Germany
 Masayuki Murata, Japan
 Akihiro Nakao, Japan
 Maurizio Naldi, Italy
 Jose Nino-Mora, Spain
 Ilkka Norros, VTT Finland
 Rudesindo Nunez-Queija, Netherlands
 Antonio Pacheco, Portugal
 Paulo Pereira, Portugal
 Michal Pioro, Poland
 George Polyzos, Greece
 Antonio Portilla Figueras, Spain
 Peter Reichl, Austria
 David Rincon Rivera, Spain
 Joel Rodrigues, Portugal
 Jean-Louis Rougier, France
 George N. Rouskas, USA
 Hans-Peter Schwefel, Denmark
 Mikhail Smirnov, Germany
 David Tipper, USA
 Phuoc Tran-Gia, Germany
 Bruno Tuffin, France
 Kurt Tutschku, Austria
 Hans Van Den Berg, Netherlands
 Sabine Wittevrongel, Belgium

Author Guidelines
*** Publications
The papers are published in the conference proceedings. Each paper is going to be reviewed by at least three reviewers. The publication of an accepted paper requires the registration of at least one author. One author registration is valid for up to three papers.

*** Paper Format
Submitted papers must not be longer than 8 pages. The paper must contain a short abstract (up to 250 words), the complete list of authors including affiliations, and keywords. The layout of the papers must comply with the IEEE standards. Document templates are available on the NGI 2010 Website.

*** Paper Submission
All papers must be submitted electronically as PDF files through easychair using:

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