IEEE Communications/Networking calls for papers

Thu, 06/04/2009 - 9:20am
Brian Santo

The IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC) has extended its deadline for its call for papers to June 15.

The 7th Annual IEEE CCNC is scheduled for January 9-12, 2010, at Harrah's Las Vegas Casino & Hotel and is held concurrently with the Consumer Electronics Show.

IEEE CCNC 2010 will highlight the latest advances in consumer communications and networking technologies, devices and services under the "Empowering the Connected Consumer" theme.

All industry professionals interested in presenting at IEEE CCNC 2010 are urged to visit the show’s Web site for more conference information and detailed submission guidelines.

The upcoming conference will include a peer-reviewed program consisting of more than 300 technical and special sessions, short papers, workshops, business application panels, tutorials and demonstrations. Specific areas of concentration include:

  • Wireless home communication and networking
  • Smart spaces and personal area networks for consumer electronics
  • Multimedia communication and services
  • Content distribution and peer-to-peer networks
  • Security and content protection for consumer electronics
  • Pervasive and ambient applications 

In addition, anyone interested in attending IEEE CCNC 2010, networking online with colleagues or other attendees, and/or receiving conference updates on a regular basis are invited to follow CCNC on Twitter or join the CCNC Facebook and LinkedIn groups. Additional information, including registration and login details, is also available on the conference Web site.

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