Important dates:
Extended abstract submission November the 18th 2007
Acceptance notification December the 13th 2007
Registration December the 20th 2007
Conference January 16-18th 2008

Post-proceedings publication as an LNCS (See Workshop Format and Post-proceedings for details):
Submission February the 18th, 2008. Extended to February the 25th, 2008
Notification March the 25th, 2008. Extended to April the 2th, 2008
Camera ready April the 15th, 2008. Extended to April the 28th, 2008

About Euro-NGI/FGI Network of Excellence
"The main mission of the Euro-NGI/FGI network is to create and maintain the most prominent European center of excellence in Next Generation Internet Design and engineering, acting as a "Collective Intelligence Think Tank," representing a major support for the European Information Society industry and leading toward a European leadership in this domain."

Fourth EuroFGI Workshop on "Wireless and Mobility"
This is the Fourth Workshop on "Wireless and Mobility" organized inside the Euro-NGI/FGI Network of Excellence.
The Workshop is organized by CompNet Research Group from Technical University of Catalonia .
The previous editions of the Workshop were organized by Aachen University in Dagstuhl (Germany) , by Politechnico di Milano in Lago di Como (Italy) and by CompNet Research Group, Technical University of Catalonia, in Sitges.
The workshop intends to bring together leading researchers from the Network of Excellence in "Wireless and Mobility" in order to identify the fundamental challenges and future perspective of this important area. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • QoS in Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Wireless Ad hoc Networks
  • Wireless LANs
  • Sensor Networks
  • Vehicular Networks
  • Radio Resource Management
  • Mobile Applications
  • Mobile IP
  • Mobile Cellular Systems
  • 3G/4G Wireless Technologies
  • Capacity planning
  • Security in Wireless Networks

Invited Talk
Title: Wireless networks capacity characterization and how to approach it.
Presenter: Leandros Tassiulas, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece. Home page:

Workshop Format
In order to participate in the Workshop, only an extended abstract is required. The submitted extended abstracts will be delivered to the Workshop Participants. The Workshop is intended to present and discuss ongoing work. We hope that authors will finished their Work after the Workshop, helped with suggestions and ideas presented during the meeting.
After the Workshop, authors are invited to submit a full paper to be considered for Post-proceedings publication as a Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), after a reviewing process. (see Post-proceedings instructions below).
Note that the papers submitted for the Post-proceeding publication will be reviewed by experts (see the Technical Committee). Just in case the quality of the paper is considered acceptable for LNCS publication by the reviewers, and the revisions indicated by them are followed by the authors, the paper will be accepted to be included in the Post-proceedings.

Extended Abstract Submission
Send an extended abstract by email to Llorenç Cerdà  by the deadline shown at the top of this page. The submission must include the name, complete mailing address, telephone and fax numbers and the email address of the author(s), along with keywords identifying the submission. Please, indicate whether you are an EuroFGI member, indicating in this case the Partner Number and Partner Name.
The preferred format for the extended abstract submission and its camera-ready version is IEEE guidelines, A4 paper size, and a maximum of 4 pages.

Submit the paper via email to Llorenç Cerdà  by February the 18th, 2008 in pdf format. Use any A4, double space formatting, but keep in mind that camera ready of accepted papers must be sent following LNCS authors instructions. The preferred maximum paper length for the camera ready is of 16 pages in the LNCS format.
Submitted papers will be reviewed by experts, and authors will receive feedback with comments and acceptance notification by March the 25th, 2008.
Authors must revise their manuscripts according to reviewers comments and send camera ready files and scanned copyright forms to Llorenç Cerdà  by April the 15th, 2008.

Registration Fee: 180 euros/person (VAT included). Students: 150 euros/person (VAT included).
The members of Euro FGI are exonerated from registration fees.
The registration fee includes attendance to the Workshop, the post-proceedings that will be published after the Workshop, coffee breaks, lunches and a social event.
Register by sending an email to Llorenç Cerdà . In your mail indicate:
  • Full name, affiliation, address and telephone.
  • Whether you are an EuroFGI member, indicating in this case the Partner Number and Partner Name.

The conference will take place at the "Sala d'Actes" room of building B6 of Campus Nord,
Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) in Barcelona. This room is located in the main floor, turn to the right at the main entrance. Building B6 is the site of the Computer Science Faculty (Facultat Informàtica de Barcelona, FIB). Here you have a map with the organization of the buildings at Campus Nord.

Travel Information
Here you have a city map pointing the Campus Nord entrance.

We have reserved some rooms in the nearby hotels listed bellow. You have to contact directly with the hotel for booking your room. If you choose one of the hotels listed below, please indicate in the reservation that you are attending the EUROFGI Workshop. In Barcelona you have a wide Hotel offer. Please, feel free to book your room in any other hotel, if you prefer. This link can be useful if you want to look for another hotel in Barcelona.

Last update: March 25 15:48:27 CET 2008