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  • IWSOS 2011
    camera ready versions until Feb 13 Information for poster presenters on preparation of final version and copyright form can be found here 18 Dec 2010 Registration is now open here See the Call for Participation PDF TXT 09 Dec 2010 The preliminary workshop program is online here 04 Dec 2010 Due to some technical issues the e mail address for poster and student research competition submissions has changed 01 Dec 2010 List of accepted papers now online 26 Nov 2010 Please note that the date for IWSOS has changed slightly 23 24 February 2011 25 Nov 2010 Call for Posters and Student Research Competition announced 30 Sep 2010 The FP7 SOCRATES Final Workshop on Self Organisation in Mobile Networks will be co located with IWSOS and take place on 22 February 2010 27 Aug 2010 Hod Lipson associate professor at Cornell University will give a keynote talk at the workshop 23 Aug 2010 Hotel recommendations with special rates are now available 17 Aug 2010 Information on Shadow TPC is now online 23 Jun 2010 Paper submission is open here information for authors available here 22 Jun 2010 Preliminary TPC members online 09 Jun 2010 Hermann Haken professor emeritus University of Stuttgart and founder of Synergetics will give a keynote talk 09 Jun 2010 Wiley is a sponsor of IWSOS 2011 08 Jun 2010 Call for Papers online txt pdf Committee General Chairs Martina Zitterbart KIT Germany Hermann de Meer Univ Passau Germany TPC Co Chairs Christian Bettstetter Univ Klagenfurt and Lakeside Labs Austria Carlos Gershenson Univ Nacional Autónoma de México Mexico Steering Committee Hermann de Meer Univ Passau Germany David Hutchison Lancaster University UK Bernhard Plattner ETH Zurich Switzerland James Sterbenz University of Kansas USA Randy Katz UC Berkeley USA Georg Carle TU Munich Germany IFIP TC6 Representative Karin Anna Hummel Univ Vienna Austria TPC Members Karl Aberer EPFL Switzerland Christos Ampatzis European Research Council Belgium Ozalp Babaoglu Univ Bologna Italy Michael Batty Univ College London UK Sandford Bessler Telecommunications Research Center Vienna Austria Christian Bettstetter Univ Klagenfurt and Lakeside Labs Austria Yuriy Brun Univ Washington USA Sonja Buchegger KTH Stockholm Sweden Iacopo Carreras Create Net Italy Alexander Clemm Cisco Systems USA Giovanna Di Marzo Univ London UK Falko Dressler Univ Erlangen Germany Wilfried Elmenreich Univ Klagenfurt Austria Alois Ferscha Univ Linz Austria Carlos Gershenson Univ Nacional Autónoma de México Mexico Salima Hassas Univ Claude Bernard Lyon 1 France Francis Heylighen Free Univ Brussels Belgium Tom Holvoet Katholieke Univ Leuven Belgium Karin Anna Hummel Univ Vienna Austria Geoffrey James CSIRO ICT Centre Australia Mark Jelasity University of Szeged Hungary Holger Karl Univ Paderborn Germany Alexander Keller IBM Research USA Wolfgang Kellerer DOCOMO Eurolabs Germany James Kempf Ericsson Research USA Hermann Kopetz Univ Vienna Austria Rajesh Krishnan Science and Technology Associates USA Albert Lam Univ Hong Kong Hong Kong Nick Maxemchuk Columbia University USA Andreas Mitschele Thiel Univ Ilmenau Germany Adilson Motter Northwestern University USA Van Parunak NewVectors USA Juval Portugali Univ Tel Aviv Israel Christian Prehofer Fraunhofer Germany Mikhail Prokopenko

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  • IWSOS 2011
    Early registration Until 2011 01 21 not for paper presenters 250 Normal registration Not for paper presenters 350 Important Dates 26 Sep 2010 Submission Deadline 04 Oct 2010 Extended Deadline 17 Nov 2010 Notification 01 Dec 2010 Camera ready papers 24 Jan 2011 Submission Deadline for Posters and Student Research Competition 31 Jan 2011 Notification of Acceptance for Posters and Student Research Competition 13 Feb 2011 Poster final versions instructions

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  • Gallery: IWSOS 2011
    dgallery c 2006 2009 Denis Martin This gallery needs JavaScript 0 Kommentare Kommentar hinzufügen

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  • IWSOS 2011
    Graph Clustering for Application in Wireless Networks Chia Hao Yu Shaomeng Qin Mikko Alava and Olav Tirkkonen Considerations on Quality Metrics for Self localization Algorithms Juergen Eckert Felix Villanueva Reinhard German and Falko Dressler 15 30 16 30 Coffee Break and Poster Session Self Organization and Dynamic Systems Autonomous navigation via heteroclinic switching Gunter Weber Fabio Schittler Neves Marc Timme Chromatin Inspired Artificial Gene Regulatory Network Alexander P Turner Michael A Lones Andy M Tyrrell Susan Stepney and Leo S Caves Collaborative Microdrones M Quaritsch D Wischounig Strucl S Yahyanejad V Mersheeva E Yanmaz G Friedrich H Hellwagner Ch Bettstetter B Rinner Distributed computation by heteroclinic switching Frederik Fix Fabio Schittler Neves Marc Timme FREVO Framework for Evolutionary Design István Fehérvári Wilfried Elmenreich Oliver Maurhart Robotic Control with Cell Signalling Pathways in Artificial Biochemical Networks Luis A Fuente Michael A Lones Andy M Tyrrell Susan Stepney Leo S Caves Rule Identification of Multiple Rule Cellular Automata Takuya Ueda Yoshiteru Ishida Self Organising Multi Agent Learning for Dynamic Control Mungo Pay Tim Clarke Self organizing slot synchronization Johannes Klinglmayr Christian Bettstetter 18 00 Social Event ZKM Thursday 24 Feb 2011 09 30 11 00 Paper Session Design and Analysis of Self Organizing Systems II Session chair Wilfried Elmenreich Self Organized Middle Out Abstraction Sebastian von Mammen Jan Philipp Steghöfer Jörg Denzinger and Christian Jacob On the Communication Range in Auction based Multi Agent Target Assignment Marin Lujak and Stefano Giordani An Adaptive Control Technique for a Connection Weight of Agents ina Self Repairing Network Masahiro Tokumitsu and Yoshiteru Ishida 11 00 12 30 Coffee Break and Poster Session Self Organization in Communication Networks OverSwarm Amos Brocco Self organizing future network architectures Dennis Schwerdel Rahamatullah Khondoker Bernd Reuther Paul Müller Self Organizing Communication Services in Future Network Architectures Rahamatullah Khondoker Nathan Kerr Dennis Schwerdel S M Taslim Arif Self organized Content Placement in HiiMap Clemens Schuwerk Christoph Spleiß Self Organizing QoS Optimization by Context Aware Resource Allocation Magnus Proebster Matthias Kaschub Stefan Valentin Self organized positioning of mobile relays Helmut Lindner Wilfried Elmenreich Simulating and Exploiting Physical Forces in Computer Networking Massimo Monti Thomas Meyer Christian Tschudin Marco Luise Traffic aware Adaptive Bandwidth Channel Selection Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks Yasir Faheem Saadi Boudjit 12 30 13 45 Lunch 13 45 14 45 Paper Session Internet Overlays Session chair Hermann de Meer Finding Routing Shortcuts Using an Internet Coordinate System Francois Cantin and Guy Leduc Cache Capacity Allocation to Overlay Swarms Ioanna Papafili George D Stamoulis Frank Lehrieder Benjamin Kleine and Simon Oechsner 14 45 16 15 Keynote Hod Lipson Abstract One of the most unique and challenging aspects of intelligent living systems is their ability to self reflect To reconstruct models of their own morphology and of their own behavior then use those models to adapt to new circumstances Processes such as self reflection play a key role in accelerating adaptation by reducing costs of physical experimentation Similarly the ability of a machine to observe and reconstruct models of the morphology

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  • IWSOS 2011
    University of Economics and Business Greece Frank Lehrieder University of Wuerzburg Germany Benjamin Kleine University of Wuerzburg Germany Simon Oechsner University of Wuerzburg Germany Accepted Posters Self organizing future network architectures Dennis Schwerdel University of Kaiserslautern Germany Rahamatullah Khondoker University of Kaiserslautern Germany Bernd Reuther University of Kaiserslautern Germany Paul Müller University of Kaiserslautern Germany Simulating and Exploiting Physical Forces in Computer Networking Massimo Monti University of Pisa Italy and University of Basel Switzerland Thomas Meyer University of Basel Switzerland Christian Tschudin University of Basel Switzerland Marco Luise University of Pisa Italy OverSwarm A Framework for the Development and Evaluation of Distributed Swarm Intelligence Algorithms on the OverSim Simulation Platform Amos Brocco KIT Germany Self Organizing Communication Services in Future Network Architectures Rahamatullah Khondoker University of Kaiserslautern Germany Nathan Kerr University of Kaiserslautern Germany Dennis Schwerdel University of Kaiserslautern Germany S M Taslim Arif Fraunhofer Institute of Experimental Software Engineering Kaiserslautern Germany Collaborative Microdrones M Quaritsch University of Klagenfurt Austria D Wischounig Strucl University of Klagenfurt Austria S Yahyanejad University of Klagenfurt Austria V Mersheeva University of Klagenfurt Austria E Yanmaz University of Klagenfurt Austria G Friedrich University of Klagenfurt Austria H Hellwagner University of Klagenfurt Austria Ch Bettstetter University of Klagenfurt Austria B Rinner University of Klagenfurt Austria Evaluation of techniques Peer to Peer File Sharing in Local Area Networks Erico Santos Rocha Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Rafael Bohrer Ávila Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Janaína Conceição Sutil Lemos Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Sec SD A Distributed Model for Secure Service Discovery in LAN Environments Janaina Conceicao Sutil Lemos Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Rafael BohrerAvila Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Erico Santos Rocha Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Luiz Paulo Luna de Oliveira Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Brazil Self organized Content Placement in HiiMap Clemens Schuwerk TU München Germany Christoph Spleiß TU München Germany Autonomous navigation via heteroclinic switching Gunter Weber Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization MPIDS Germany Fabio Schittler Neves Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization MPIDS Germany Marc Timme Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization MPIDS Germany Self Organizing QoS Optimization by Context Aware Resource Allocation Magnus Proebster Universität Stuttgart Germany Matthias Kaschub Universität Stuttgart Germany Stefan Valentin Bell Laboratories Alcatel Lucent Germany Self Organising Multi Agent Learning for Dynamic Control Mungo Pay University of York UK Tim Clarke University of York UK FREVO Framework for Evolutionary Design István Fehérvári University of Klagenfurt Austria Wilfried Elmenreich University of Klagenfurt Austria Oliver Maurhart University of Klagenfurt Austria Distributed computation by heteroclinic switching Frederik Fix Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization Goettingen Germany Fabio Schittler Neves Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization Goettingen Germany Marc Timme Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self Organization Goettingen Germany Self organizing slot synchronization Johannes Klinglmayr University of Klagenfurt Austria Christian Bettstetter University of Klagenfurt Austria Robotic Control

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  • IWSOS 2011
    must include a short abstract Submission Both paper types should be submitted via the EDAS system at http edas info newPaper php c 9217 Shadow TPC IWSOS will have a Shadow TPC You can opt in for review by the Shadow TPC when submitting your paper in EDAS The Shadow TPC has absolutely no influence on the paper selection process it is a training for PhD students and junior faculty members Here you can find information on what the Shadow TPC is how it relates to the official TPC and more For authors opting in for Shadow TPC review has the benefit of receiving additional reviews for their papers and you help training the next generation of researchers Proceedings The proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS series At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must attend IWSOS to present the paper Poster final Versions Please prepare your final version of Poster and Abstract and sent it to mayer at kit edu until latest Feb 13 Send the filled out and signed copyright form until latest Feb 13 per Email or fax informatio in the pdf Posters and abstracts will be put onto the website and distributed to participants at the workshop on USB sticks The presenter of the poster must register for the workshop and present the poster Registration for presenters is latest Feb 13 note that the student early registration ends Feb 2 Posters will not be printed by us for presentation Bring a printed A0 version of your poster in portrait format Important Dates 26 Sep 2010 Submission Deadline 04 Oct 2010 Extended Deadline 17 Nov 2010 Notification 01 Dec 2010 Camera ready papers 24 Jan 2011 Submission Deadline for Posters and Student Research Competition 31

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  • for posters and student research competition still running http iwsos2011 tm kit edu callforposters html Keynotes speakers Prof em Dr rer nat Dr h c mult Hermann Haken founder of Synergetics Hod Lipson associate professor at the Cornell Computational Synthesis Lab The concept of self organization is becoming increasingly popular in various branches of technology A self organizing system may be characterized by global coordinated activity arising spontaneously from local interactions between the system s components This activity is distributed over all components without a central controller supervising or directing the behavior Self organization relates the behavior of the individual components the microscopic level to the resulting structure and functionality of the overall system the macroscopic level Simple interactions at the microscopic level may give rise to complex adaptive and robust behavior at the macroscopic level The necessity of self organization in networks and networked systems is caused by the growing scale complexity and dynamics of future networked systems This is because traditional methods tend to be reductionistic i e they neglect the effect of interactions between components However in complex networked systems interactions cannot be ignored since they are relevant for the future state of the system In this

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  • IWSOS 2011
    2011 Acceptance notifications will be sent on January 31 2011 Topics include but are not limited to the following Design and analysis of self organizing and self managing systems Techniques and tools for modeling self organizing systems Robustness and adaptation in self organizing systems including self protection diagnosis and healing Self configuration and self optimization Self organizing group and pattern formation Self organizing synchronization Self organizing resource allocation Self organizing mechanisms for task allocation and coordination Self organizing information dissemination and content search Security and safety in self organizing networked systems Structure and dynamics of self organizing networks Risks and limits of self organization The human in the loop of self organizing networks User and operator related aspects of human made self organizing systems Applications of self organizing networks and networked systems Peer to peer networks vehicular networks zeroconfiguration protocols Autonomous traffic lights self organized cruise control Decentralized power management in the smart grid Collaborative unmanned ground or aerial vehicles mobile sensor networks Conference Description The concept of self organization is becoming increasingly popular in various branches of technology A self organizing system may be characterized by global coordinated activity arising spontaneously from local interactions between the system s components This activity is distributed over all components without a central controller supervising or directing the behavior Self organization relates the behavior of the individual components the microscopic level to the resulting structure and functionality of the overall system the macroscopic level Simple interactions at the microscopic level may give rise to complex adaptive and robust behavior at the macroscopic level The necessity of self organization in networks and networked systems is caused by the growing scale complexity and dynamics of future networked systems This is because traditional methods tend to be reductionistic i e they neglect the effect of interactions

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