24th IEEE Computer Communications Workshop, 2010 (CCW'10)

		        Oct. 25 -- 27, 2010
	    Lake Arrowhead Resort, Lake Arrowhead, CA USA


		       Call for Panel Proposals

The IEEE Computer Communications Workshop (CCW) is the annual flagship 
meeting of the Communications Society's Technical Committee on Computer 
Communications (TCCC).  CCW is a panel-based workshop with informal, 
interactive sessions exploring emerging issues and trends in networking 
and computer communications.

We are soliciting proposals for panel and sessions for this year's
workshop. Themes of interest for 2010 include, but are not limited to,
the following: network issues in cloud computing/storage, smart grids, 
cyber/network security & privacy, data-centric networking, 
network management and green networking.

Each panel has a well-defined topic and is led by a panel chair who
moderates brief presentations by 3-4 panelists, followed by an open 

A panel proposal must specify the panel title/topic, describe the 
composition of the panel, discuss a few key questions and/or issues to 
be explored (summarized in an abstract of up to 300 
words), and overview the anticipated position of each proposed panelist. 
A panel proposal should be submitted (via email) by the intended panel 
chair to the CCW'10 Co-Chairs by July 15, 2010.

Joe Touch (USC Information Sciences Institute) and Gene Tsudik (UC Irvine)
CCW'10 Co-Chairs
Email: touch@isi.edu  -- and -- gts@ics.uci.edu