Latin-American Workshop on Dynamic Networks

			      LAWDN 2010
	      Latin-American Workshop on Dynamic Networks
              November 4th, 2010, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

All articles are now available on line on HAL.

Call for Papers

Large-scale  networks   with  complex  interaction  patterns   between
elements are found in abundance in Communication Networks like: social
networks, blog & collaborative  networks, WWW, P2P, DTN, Sensors... In
the last decade many research efforts  contributed to establishing the
concept  of a network  science   to characterize,  model,  and analyze
complex networks. Network Science founds applications  in a variety of
domains  and   show a  mainstream   research  topic  of  interest  for
theoretical physicists,  epidemiologists,   biologist, economists, and
computer scientists.

For the communication networking community  there is a strong research
interest in the analysis  of the structure  and properties  of dynamic
networks  at several layers: network/communication  layers but also at
the  social/application  layers. Understanding  how the  interplay  of
these different layers of complex  networks happens and the  potential
mutual effects they may have on each other  in a dynamic graph context
is a key challenge.

This workshop aims to exchange and discuss ideas on the complex systems
field, mainly oriented (but not limited to) the following topics:
- Bio-inspired networks
- Correlation of different types of social networks
- Delay tolerant and disruption tolerant networks (DTN)
- Discrete optimization and algorithms
- Dynamical processes (proliferation, diffusion etc.)
- Game theoretic models, pricing and incentives on dynamic networks
- Implications of social networking on distributed network/systems
- Mobility modeling and management
- Robustness & Stability of dynamical networks
- Sensor Networks
- Social networks
- Characterizing and analyzing dynamic networks
- Tools and methods   for collecting, analyzing, or  visualizing  data
from dynamic networks

Important  Dates
* Paper registration  deadline: September 17th, 2010
* Paper  submission   deadline: September 24th, 2010
* Notification  of acceptance: October 20th, 2010
* Camera-ready papers  due:  October 27th,  2010
* Workshop date:  November 4th, 2010

Submission Instructions
- Submissions  must  be no longer  than  4  pages  in length.   The
submission will be handled via:
using the IEEE conference format: \documentclass[conference]{IEEEtran}
Only PDF  files  are  acceptable;  please  make  sure  that  the paper
prints without problems (take care to embed all required fonts, etc.).

- Reviews will be single-blind: authors name and affiliation should be
included  in the submission.   

- The proceedings will be published by HAL:
Accepted papers will be available via the HAL website.  

- Authors of accepted  papers are expected  to present their papers at
the workshop. Submissions must be original work not under review
at  any  other  workshop, conference, or  journal.   

Organizing Committee

General Chairs:
* Eric Fleury (ENS Lyon / D-NET INRIA, France)
* José Ignacio ALVAREZ-HAMELIN (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
* Artur Ziviani (National Laboratory for Scientific Computing -- LNCC, Brazil))

Technical Program Committee:
* To be finalized and announced shortly