The First International Workshop on
Protocols and Algorithms for
Reliable and Data Intensive Sensor Networks
The First International Workshop on Protocols and Algorithms
for Reliable and Data Intensive Sensor Networks (PARIS'07)

The field of wireless sensor networks has advanced considerably over the past years and new research problems are emerging. In particular the aspect of quality of service is becoming more important as applications are turned into products. This workshop focuses on the issue of reliability in data intensive wireless sensor networks. It is held just one day prior to the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems in the pleasant town of Pisa, Italy. This event provides an ideal opportunity to meet leading experts and to discuss new ideas.

The main objective of PARIS'07 is to bring together international researchers with the aim of encouraging the exchange of ideas and experience and to find new research directions to follow. It will represent an international forum to give an overview of the most recent trends.

Information about the registration process, accommodations, and traveling issues can be found on the MASS 2007 webpage.

Workshop Organizers

Volker Turau, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Christoph Weyer, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany

Contact: c.weyer@tu-harburg.de


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Held in conjunction with the
Fourth IEEE International Conference
on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems

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