Probabilistic Methods in Wireless Networks

Scope: Foster collaboration across disciplines, provide an important forum where leading Canadian and international researchers, mathematicians, computer scientists, engineers, practitioners and students in the field of wireless networks meet in order to encourage on-going research, to discuss work-in-progress, and to motivate new initiatives in state-of-the art themes.
Carleton University Schools of Computer Science and Mathematics and Statistics
Location: 4351 Macphail Room, Herzberg Building (HP)
Maps and Instructions
(August 21-24, 2011)

Registration and Accomodation at CU and Abstract Submission


Registration and Accomodation at CU and Abstract Submission

Organizers: Evangelos Kranakis (Computer Science) and Yiqiang Zhao (Mathematics & Statistics)

Additional Events: The international focus period on advances in network analysis and its applications consists of a sequence of workshops (to be) held in British Columbia and Ontario in 2010-2011 on important aspects of networks, including Financial (Toronto), Security (Toronto), Social (Vancouver), Biological (Vancouver), Wireless (Ottawa), and Network Economics (Vancouver), as well as Lectures and Tutorials in the School of Computer Science at Carleton University.