Submissions are made using EDAS.
The PDF version of the CfP can be downloaded here.

About the Workshop

The 3rd Consumer Communications and Network Conference (CCNC) Research Student Workshop attracts submissions and participants from the full range of CCNC interests. It is organized by IEEE members themselves actively engaged in research and study. The venue offers a possibility for researchers, and especially research students, to present and discuss part of the whole of their research topic in an inspiring atmosphere with their peers and experts from industry and academia.

The workshop is held in conjunction with the IEEE Communications Society's flagship CCNC 2012 conference.

Topics of Interest

Participants have the opportunity to present the topic of their research, progress so far, the structure of future work and the state of hypothesis development and testing. This makes the workshop particularly suitable for post-graduate students as a doctorial consortium, although it is open to all submissions following a structured study approach. Topics of interest are similar to those of the CCNC 2012 main conference including, but not limited to:
Papers are selected based not only on their novel contribution, but also the clarity and quality of research topic outline and approach discussion.

Submission and Important Dates

Submissions shall be in the form of a 3 page extended abstract. The format of submissions is three pages in IEEE double column style (US letter 8.5" x 11"). Submissions must adhere to the IEEE conference proceedings template. (Note, using LaTeX eliminates many formatting problems. Inserting figures using the Word template may require switching to the "normal" text style). Templates are available online:

The submissions are done via EDAS, please use this link.

Accepted and presented papers will be published in the IEEE CCNC 2012 Conference Proceedings and in IEEE Xplore providing authors fulfil the requirements described on the workshop webpage.

Important dates: Each workshop participant shall present their research topic concisely, after which a (potentially longer) discussion will include peer and experts critique and guidance.

Workshop Chairs