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The Fifth European Conference on
Universal Multiservice Networks

ECUMN 2009

October 11-16, 2009 - Sliema, Malta

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Archive: 2007
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Submission (full paper) May 20, 2009 June 5 , 2009
Notification June 30, 2009 July 1, 2009
Registration July 15, 2009
Camera ready July 20, 2009

Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a IARIA Journal

Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services
Posted: IEEE Digital Library
Indexing process

All tracks/topics are open to both research and industry contributions.


Evolution of Telecommunication network architectures

Next generation networks (NGN); Optical networks; Wireless networks, Mobile networks; Ad-Hoc, Sensor, Vehicle networks; Access, Residential, Last mile networks; Home, Body and Personal area Networks; Active networks; Self Organizing networks; Storage area networks; Peer-to-Peer and overlay networks; Network measurements and testbeds; Transmission technologies (e.g., Ultra Wideband)

Applications and services

Peer-to-Peer applications and services; Web services; Mobile applications; Entertainment and games; Home automation; Surveillance, Home monitoring; Medical and health applications; e-commerce, m-commerce; Location-based services; Real-time and multimedia applications; Real-time services over IP

Networking and service differentiation

Network design and planning; Network management and control; Traffic engineering; Traffic control, Flow control; Congestion and admission control; QoS support and Performance; Routing, Switching, QoS routing; Mobility management; Multicast; Service reliability, availability

Enabling Technologies

Middleware, Consumer middleware; Mobility, Data and program migration; Multimedia technologies; Operating systems for mobile devices; Database management systems; Intermediation; Replication systems (caching, mirroring,…); Service and device discovery; Wearable computers; Pervasive computing; Digital TV, Image retrieval

Security and privacy issues

Security models, infrastructures, architectures, protocols and policies; Key management, infrastructures and protocols for key management; Mobile and embedded system security; Internet and web security; Security in sensor networks; Privacy, anonymity, citizen protection; Secure e-X (e-commerce, e-government, e-education…); Attacks and countermeasures; Technologies for security support (eg. biometrics)


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