October 17-19, 2005 (Tentative)
                      San Diego, California USA

                  Website: http://icccn.sce.umkc.edu
  Sponsors*: Technical Co-Sponsorship by IEEE TCCC (Technical Committee 
         on Computer Communications), IBM, Avaya Labs, and Nokia
                 (*pending approval of sponsorships)

   ICCCN is a major international conference for the presentation of
   and fundamental advances in the field of Computer Communications and
   Networks. It also serves to foster communication among researchers
   and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with
   a common interest in improving Computer Communications and Networks

   The primary focus of the conference is on new and original research
   results in the areas of design, implementation and applications of
   Computer Communications and Networks. We invite you to submit papers
   that address novel, challenging, and innovative results. The topics
   include, but are not limited to:

       Internet Services/Applications
       Network Control and Management
       Intelligent Networks

       Data Traffic Engineering
       Networked Databases
       Optical Communication Networks
       Wireless/Mobile/Satellite Networks
       Cable Broadband Technologies
       Mobile and Pervasive Computing
       Multimedia Communication over IP Networks
       Voice over IP
       Security/Reliability/Dependability of wired/wireless networks
       Network Interoperability
       Streaming Networks
       Network Performance
       Network Architectures
       Terabit Optical Technologies
       Wireless Multimedia Applications
       DSL Technologies
       Network Processing
       Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs)
       Sensor Networks

   Authors are invited to submit complete and original papers. Papers
   to be submitted should not have been previously published in another
   forum, and should not be currently under review by another journal
   or conference. All submitted papers will be refereed for quality,
   correctness, originality and relevance. Of particular interest are
   papers that address concrete experiences with computer
   communications/networks and applications. An accepted paper must be
   presented by one of the authors at the conference venue. These
   accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings by
   IEEE Press. All manuscripts must be limited to 6 pages with font
   size 10 in standard IEEE camera ready format (double column). The
   Program Committee reserves the right to decline without review any
   papers that exceed these length specifications. Submissions also
   must include the title, author(s) and affiliation, e-mail address,
   fax/phone numbers and postal address. In case of multiple authors,
   indicate which author is responsible for correspondence and
   preparing the camera ready paper for the proceedings. Electronic
   submission is required (ps or pdf format is preferred).  Manuscripts
   should be submitted by April 15, 2005 to the ICCCN2005 website.

   The conference includes student poster sessions that highlight
   recent and ongoing research that has not been published elsewhere.
   An electronic (Postscript or PDF) version of the poster must be
   submitted to the conference website, along with a 200-word abstract.
   The first author of the poster must be a student at the time of
   submission; the student is expected to attend the conference and be
   available for discussion during the poster sessions. Accepted
   abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings. Students
   with accepted posters receive a discount from the regular conference
   registration fee.

   The paper session and poster sessions are two fully independent
   conference tracks, with separate review procedures. Submitted papers
   are not considered for poster sessions, and poster submissions are
   not considered for paper sessions. Submission of identical research
   material to both paper and poster sessions is not allowed.

   Please contact Program Co-Chairs below with any questions:

   Prof. Yuanyuan Yang
   Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
   State University of New York at Stony Brook
   +1 631 632 8474 (voice)
   +1 631 632 8494 (fax)
   Dr. Sandra R. Thuel
   Bell Laboratories, Room 4F515
   Networking Techniques Research Department
   101 Crawfords Corner Road
   Holmdel, New Jersey 07733
   +1 732 949 8897

   IMPORTANT DATES: Paper submission deadline :  April 15, 2005
                    Poster submission deadline : April 15, 2005
                    Notification of acceptance:  June 27, 2005
                    Camera ready papers due: July 30, 2005

   We encourage submissions from students. Some travel assistance may
   be available for students with top quality papers.

   Please visit the ICCCN2005 web site http://icccn.sce.umkc.edu for
   more up-to-date information.


   Prof. Luiz DaSilva
   Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University