Call For Papers: ACM SIGCOMM 2010

The 2010 ACM SIGCOMM organization and program committees are delighted 
to invite you to submit your original and innovative work to the first
ever SIGCOMM in India. SIGCOMM 2010 is the annual conference of the 
ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) on the 
applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer

                    Important Dates
Paper Title and Abstract: January 22, 2010
Full Paper Submission: January 29, 2010
Acceptance Notification: May 10, 2010
Camera Ready Due: June 28, 2010
Conference: August 30 - September 3, 2010

SIGCOMM is a highly selective conference where full papers typically report 
novel results firmly substantiated by experimentation, simulation, or

Submissions can be up to 14 pages in length, in two-column 10pt
format.  Please see the submission instructions on the conference Web
site for complete details.  Note that accepted camera-ready papers
will be 12 pages in length, in two-column format with 9pt font.
Continuing conference tradition, SIGCOMM 2010 will have a series of
co-located workshops, a poster and demo session, an extensive travel
grant program, and conference best paper and SIGCOMM awards.

                    Call for Papers
The SIGCOMM 2010 conference seeks papers describing significant
research contributions to the field of computer and data
communication networks. We invite submissions on a wide range
of networking research, including, but not limited to:

. Design, implementation, and analysis of network architectures and
. Experimental results from operational networks or network applications
. Insights into network and traffic characteristics
. Network management and traffic engineering
. Network security, vulnerability, and defenses
. Network, transport, and application-layer protocols
. Networking issues for Web applications, VoIP, gaming
. Online social networks
. Operating system and host support for networking
. Peer-to-peer, overlay, and content distribution networks
. Fault tolerance, reliability, and troubleshooting
. Resource management, quality of service, and signaling
. Routing, switching, and addressing
. Techniques for network measurement and simulation
. Enterprise, datacenter, and storage area networks
. Wireless, mobile, ad-hoc, and sensor networks

		  Conference Organizers
General Chairs
  Shivkumar Kalyanaraman, IBM India Research Lab, India
  Venkat Padmanabhan, Microsoft Research, India
Vice Chairs
  K.K. Ramakrishnan, AT&T Labs . Research, USA
  Rajeev Shorey, NIIT University, India
Technical Program Committee Chairs
  K.K. Ramakrishnan, AT&T Labs . Research, USA
  Geoffrey M. Voelker, U.C. San Diego, USA
Local Arrangements Chairs
  Anukool Lakhina, Guavus Network Systems, India
  Vinay Ribeiro, IIT Delhi, India
  Sudipta Maitra, IBM Daksh, India
Workshop Chairs
  Christophe Diot, Thomson, France
  Jim Kurose, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Publicity Chairs
  Ranjita Bhagwan, Microsoft Research, India
  Sue Moon, KAIST, South Korea
Poster/Demo Chairs
  Bhaskaran Raman, IIT Bombay, India
  Neil Spring, University of Maryland, USA
Travel Grant Chairs
  Kevin Almeroth, U.C. Santa Barbara, USA
  Huzur Saran, IIT Delhi, India
Publication Chair
  Sergey Gorinsky, Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies in Networks (IMDEA 

Networks), Spain
Registration Chairs
  Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  Krishna Sivalingam, IIT Madras, India
Web Chair
  Partha Dutta, IBM India Research Laboratory, India
Academic Advisory Committee
  B.N. Jain, IIT Delhi, India
  Anurag Kumar, IISc, Bangalore, India

Program Committee
  Kevin Almeroth, U.C. Santa Barbara, USA
  Jean Bolot, Sprint Labs, USA
  Ramon Caceres, AT&T Labs . Research, USA
  Augustin Chaintreau, Thomson, France
  Reuven Cohen, Technion, Israel
  Bruce Davie, Cisco, USA
  Cristian Estan, NetLogic Microsystem, USA
  Ramesh Govindan, University of Southern California, USA
  Timothy G. Griffin, University of Cambridge, UK
  Chuanxiong Guo, Microsoft Research Asia, China
  Mark Handley, University College London, UK
  Kyle Jamieson, University College London, UK
  Kevin Jeffay, University of North Carolina, USA
  S. Keshav, University of Waterloo, Canada
  Murali Kodialam, Bell Labs, USA
  Arvind Krishnamurthy, University of Washington, USA
  Srikanth Krishnamurthy, U.C. Riverside, USA
  Joy Kuri, Indian Institute of Science, India
  Jinyang Li, NYU, USA
  Michael Mitzenmacher, Harvard University, USA
  Jeff Mogul, HP Labs, USA
  Sue Moon, KAIST, Korea
  Robert Morris, MIT, USA
  Cristina Nita-Rotaru, Purdue University, USA
  David Oran, Cisco, USA
  Jitu Padhye, Microsoft Research Redmond, USA
  Balaji Prabhakar, Stanford University, USA
  Niels Provos, Google, USA
  Bhaskaran Raman, IIT Bombay, India
  Ram Ramjee, Microsoft Research, India
  Jennifer Rexford, Princeton University, USA
  Pablo Rodriguez, Telefonica Research, Spain
  Matthew Roughan, University of Adelaide, Australia
  Antony Rowstron, Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
  Srinivasan Seshan, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  Aman Shaikh, AT&T Labs . Research, USA
  Prashant Shenoy, Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
  Emin Gun Sirer, Cornell University, USA
  Neil Spring, University of Maryland, USA
  Renata Teixeira, LIP6 / CNRS, France
  Patrick Thiran, EPFL, Switzerland
  Don Towsley, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
  Jon Turner, Washington University, USA
  Amin Vahdat, U.C. San Diego, USA
  Anwar Walid, Bell Labs, USA
  Matt Welsh, Harvard University, USA
  Walter Willinger, AT&T Labs . Research, USA
  Yinglian Xie, Microsoft Research SVC, USA
  Yin Zhang, University of Texas at Austin, USA