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NOMS 2000 Call for Papers

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Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 11:55:45 -0500
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>  _/                  C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S
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>                         Hilton Hawaiian Village                  _/
>                          Honolulu, Hawaii, USA                  _/
>                            10 - 14 April 2000                    _/
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>       "The Networked Planet: Management Beyond 2000"
>For more information visit http://www.noms.org/2000/ or send email to
>The Seventh IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS
>will be held on 10 - 14 April 2000 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.  The
symposium is
>sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society's Technical Committee on
>Operations and Management (CNOM), with technical co-sponsorship from
>International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working
Group 6.6
>on Network Management.
>NOMS and the IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network
>Management (IM)[tm] are the premier technical conferences in the area
>network and systems management, operations and control.  Held in the
>even-numbered years since 1988, NOMS 2000 will continue the well-
>tradition of NOMS and IM as the primary forum for technical exchange
>the research, standards, development, systems integrator, vendor and
>communities in the area of network operations and management.
>NOMS 2000 will present the latest industrial solutions for network
>and management in an exciting program of technical sessions, tutorials,
>exhibits and "birds of a feather" sessions that address the ever-
>interest in overall management solutions for all types of
communications and
>computing networks, systems, services and enterprise applications.
This will
>be one of the most significant Management events in the calendar, with
>participation of leading technical experts and a stringent review
process for
>all papers and tutorial contributions.
>In addition to the regular presentation sessions, the Symposium will
>offer poster sessions for more informal interaction and presenting work
>progress.  Selections for both full presentations and poster sessions
>be made from the submissions to the Symposium, although extended
>can be submitted for consideration as poster presentations only.
>A limited number of stipends will be available to students who are
unable to
>obtain funding to attend the symposium. Students whose papers are
>and who will present the paper themselves are encouraged to apply if
>assistance is needed. Please also note that a limited number of IEEE
>Travel Grants may be available for student authors from *outside North
>America* who will be presenting papers.  Please consult the NOMS 2000
>site (http://www.comsoc.org/socstr/travel/) for further details on
>travel grants.
>Authors are invited to submit papers which are not under consideration
>been published elsewhere, as well as proposals for tutorials, panel
>discussions, poster presentations, or birds-of-a-feather sessions
>discussion groups) in the subject areas listed below. All paper
>should reflect either original research or significant insight from
>projects or other experience.  We particularly encourage industrial
>on case studies and experiences which emphasize the lessons learned. In
>addition to the subject areas listed below, all other areas relevant to
>management are also welcome:
> - Distributed Systems and Applications Management
> - New Enabling Management Platforms (CORBA, DCOM, Java,etc.)
> - Using the Web for Management
> - Management Tools and Applications
> - Integration of Network Control and Management
> - Network Design Tools and Capacity Planning
> - Active Network Management
> - Intelligent Agent Technology
> - Interoperability and Cooperative Control
> - Management of the Internet, Intranets and the Web
> - Management of Electronic Commerce
> - Management of Mobile Systems and Networks
> - Personal Communications Services Management
> - Multimedia and Telecommunication Service Management
> - Information Models
> - Policy-Driven Management
> - Monitoring, Event and Fault Handling
> - Quality of Service Management
> - Security Management
> - Open Network Control
> - Standards Frameworks and Issues: OSI, SNMP, TMN, TINA, ODP etc.
> - Case Studies and Experiences
> - User and Service Profile Management
> - Human Factors, User Interfaces and Virtual Reality for Management
> - Management of Cable Networks and DTH Broadcast Networks
> - Management of Voice over Packet
> - Management of Datacentric and Converged Networks
> - AI Techniques for Network Management
> - Mobility Management
> - OSS Interconnection Management
> - Internet Traffic Engineering and Shaping
>Papers are to be written in English.  Please note that there is a
>of paper format.  While previous NOMS used a visual/text format, NOMS
>will require full papers.  A sample paper will be available at
>The cover page should indicate whether it is a research or experiences
>paper; and include paper title, brief abstract, list of key-words,
>author(s) full name(s), affiliation(s) and complete address(es),
>number(s) and electronic mail address(es).  Technical papers should not
>longer than 12 single-spaced pages. The final camera-ready copy will be
>restricted to 14 pages with text area of 4.75 x 7.25 in (118 x 186mm).
>Extended abstracts of 3-5 pages will be accepted for poster session
>All technical paper and poster session submissions will be carefully
>reviewed by at least three international experts and returned to the
>author(s) with comments to ensure high quality. The authors of accepted
>papers will receive the suggested modifications for inclusion in the
>distributed, hard-bound Symposium Proceedings. Final papers arriving
>late will be removed from the program. The authors of accepted papers
>guarantee that their paper will be presented at the symposium.
>ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION IS REQUIRED. Authors are requested to submit
>papers in PDF or Postscript format via the Web. Instructions for
>electronic submissions are available at:
>  http://www.noms.org/2000/cfp.htm
>For ALL submissions, a printed hard copy must also be sent to the
>appropriate Technical Program Co-Chair.
>Technical Program Co-Chair: (Americas, Europe)
>Robert Weihmayer
>GTE Laboratories Inc.
>Intelligent Systems Dept., Operations System Laboratory
>40 Sylvan Road, Waltham, MA 02254, USA
>Tel: +1 781 466 2811; Fax: +1 781 890 9320
>E-mail: weihmayer@gte.com
>   OR
>Technical Program Co-Chair: (Asia, Oceania, Africa)
>Prof. James Won-Ki Hong
>Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
>San 31 Hyoja, Namgu
>Pohang, Korea 790-784
>Tel: +82 562 279 2244; Fax: +82 562 279 5663
>E-mail: jwkhong@postech.ac.kr
>WWW: http://dpnm.postech.ac.kr/~jwkhong
>Deadline for Receipt of Papers:             1 July 1999
>Deadline for Receipt of Proposals for
>Tutorials, BOFs, Panels and Posters      15 August 1999
>Notification of Acceptance Mailed:      15 October 1999
>Final Camera Ready Papers Due:          15 January 2000
>The Symposium offers vendors the opportunity to demonstrate their
>and systems management products to leaders and innovators from around
>world. Various levels of participation are available. As a Symposia
>Patron, you can present your products and services in our vendor
>Symposia Patrons will also have an opportunity to make a product-
>presentation on recent technical advancements, product enhancements, or
>corporate directions. The vendor showcase will be open during the three
>days, of the symposium, in parallel with other sessions. For NOMS 2000
>are adding a lower cost vendor participation level designed for smaller
>companies with innovative technologies. Cost will be saved through time
>shared demonstration facilities and displays.
>Vendors interested in becoming Symposium Sponsors or participating in
>showcase should contact the vendor Chair:
>Mark Sylor
>Email:         sylor@concord.com     Phone: +1 508 303 4262
>The symposium includes tutorials on the days before and after the
>technical program. A proposal to present a tutorial should contain the
>following information:
> * Tutorial title
> * Name(s) of presenter(s)
> * Summary of the contents (approximately 1-2 pages i.e. 500-1000 words
> * Brief biography of the presenter(s)(approximately half page)
> * Information that further helps the NOMS 2000 TPC in assessing the
>   interest in and quality of the proposed tutorial. For example, if
>   proposed or a similar tutorial has been given before, indicate event
>   and date of its presentation and submit a handout of that tutorial.
>   Otherwise, submit a publication by the presenter, which is related
>   the topic of the proposed tutorial.
>Information on suggested topic areas and guidelines
>for submitting proposals can be found at
>Proposals should be submitted to the Tutorial Chair:
>Salah Aidarous, NEC America, USA
>Email: aidaros@rss.dl.nec.com          Phone: +1 972 751 7250
>Deadline for Receipt of Proposals:             August 15, 1999
>Proposals for Panels and Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions should be
>submitted to the Special Events Chair
>Christian Rad, Telcordia Technologies, USA
>Email: crad@telcordia.com              Phone  +1 732 758 2512
>Deadline for Receipt of Proposals              August 15, 1999
>General Chair:
>    Douglas N. Zuckerman
>    Telcordia Technologies
>    Room 3X321
>    331 Newman Springs Road
>    Red Bank, NJ 07701, USA
>    Tel: +1 732 758 5108
>    Fax: +1 732 758 4372
>    Email: d.zuckerman@ieee.org
>Technical Program Co-Chairs:
>    James W. Hong, POSTECH, Korea
>    Robert Weihmayer, GTE, USA
>Poster Vice Chair:
>    Alan Johnston, Lucent Technologies, USA
>Vendor Co-Chairs:
>    Mark Sylor, Concord Communications, USA
>Tutorial Program Chair:
>    Salah Aidarous, NEC, USA
>Finance Chair:
>    Mehmet Ulema, Daweoo Telecom, USA
>Special Events Chair:
>    Christian Rad, Telcordia Technologies, USA
>Publicity Chair:
>    Cengiz Akgun, Telcordia Technologies, USA
>Local Arrangements Chair:
>    Mike Balderston, GTE Hawaiian Telephone, USA
>IEEE/ComSoc Coordinator:
>    Gayle Weisman, IEEE Communications Society, USA
>IEEE/ComSoc Advisor:
>    Tom Stevenson, IEEE Communications Society, USA
>   Branislav Meandzija, General Instrument, USA (Chair)
>   Larry Bernstein, Have Laptop-Will Travel, USA
>   Seraphin Calo, IBM, USA
>   Masayoshi Ejiri, Fujitsu, Japan
>   Shri Goyal, GTE, USA
>   Jim Herman, Northeast Consulting Resources, USA
>   Kenneth Lutz, Telcordia Technologies, USA
>   Jong-Tae Park, Kyungpook National University, Korea
>   Roberto Saracco, CSELT, Italy
>   Morris Sloman, Imperial College, UK
>   Mac Yoshida, NTT-AT, Japan
>   Wolfgang Zimmer, GMD FIRST, Germany
>   Europe:         Enrico Bagnasco, CSELT, Italy
>   Asia:           Masayoshi Ejiri, Fujitsu, Japan
>   Oceania:        Pradeep Ray, University of Western Sydney, Australia
>   Middle East:    Refik Arkut, NETAS, Turkey
>   Latin America:  Carlos B. Westphall, UFSC, Brazil
>Nikos Aerousis, AT&T Labs, USA
>Jit Biswas, Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore
>Laura Cerchio, CSELT, Italy
>Graham Chen, CiTR, Australia
>Takafumi Chujo, Fujitsu, Japan
>Willie Donnelly, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
>Metin Feridun, IBM Research, Switzerland
>Olivier Festor, INRIA Lorraine, France
>Roland Zito-Wolf, GTE Laboratories, USA
>Nobuo Fujii, NTT Optical Network Systems Laboratories, Japan
>Kurt Geihs,  Univ. of Frankfurt, Germany
>Gita Gopal, HP Laboratories, USA
>Steve Harris, BNR/Nortel, Canada
>Heinz-Gerd Hegering, Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, Germany
>Gautam Kar, IBM, USA
>Seong-Beom Kim, Korea Telecom, Korea
>Yoshiaki Kiriah, NEC, Japan
>Barcin Kozbe, Ericsson, USA
>Emil Lupu, Imperial College, UK
Manu Malek, Lucent Technologies, USA
Chris Matheus, GTE Laboratories, USA
Subrata Mazumdar, Bell Labs, USA
>Deep Medhi, University of Missouri, USA
>Jose Marcos S. Nogueira, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
>Ed Pinnes, Telcordia Technologies, USA
>Gabi Dreo Rodosek, Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, Germany
>Juergen Schoenwaelder, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany
>Adarsh Sethi, University of Delaware, USA
>Steven van der Smagt, KPN Research, The Netherlands
>Rolf Stadler, Columbia University, USA
>Simon Towers, Microsoft, USA
>Jon Weinstock, General Instrument Corporation, USA
>Jim Willits, Hewlett Packard Co., USA
>Len Andrews, GTE Laboratories, USA

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