Call for Papers

Since its creation in 2002, the International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks and Wireless (AdHoc-Now) has become a well‐established and well known event dedicated to wireless and mobile computing. It serves as a forum for interesting discussions on ongoing research and new contributions. The conference addresses both experimental and theoretical research in the areas of ad hoc networks, sensor networks, mesh networks and vehicular networks. It focuses on all issues from link layer up to the application layer. The sixteen edition of AdHoc‐Now will be organized from September 20th to 22th 2017 in Messina, Italy. We seek original contributions as work in progress, experimental and theoretical research in Wireless Sensor, Ad‐Hoc, Mobile and Wireless Networks.

The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).

Submissions must not be published or under review for another conference or journal. All manuscripts must be in English. We are interested, but not limited to, research papers in any of the following areas:

  • Access Control
  • Ad Hoc Networks of Autonomous Intelligent Systems
  • Algorithmic Issues
  • Analytic Methods and Modeling for Performance Evaluation
  • Ad Hoc Network Applications and Architectures
  • Delay-Tolerant Networking
  • Distributed Algorithms for Ad Hoc Networks
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Geometric Graphs
  • Location Discovery and Management
  • Mobility Handling and Utilization
  • Wireless Mesh Networks
  • Big Data Inspired Data Sensing
  • Mobile Ad Hoc Computing Platforms
  • Internet of Things
  • Edge/fog computing
  • Systems and Testbeds
  • Mobile Social Networking
  • Quality-of-Service
  • Routing Protocols (Unicast, Multicast, etc.)
  • Secure Services and Protocols
  • Sensor Networks
  • Self-Configuration
  • Service Discovery
  • Timing Synchronization
  • Vehicular Networks
  • Wireless Internet
  • Processing and Networking Technologies Complexity and Computational Issues
  • Prototype systems and real-world deployment experiences