CALL FOR PROPOSALS - click here for pdf 


IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 opens all tutorial sessions to the conference attendees FREE of charge

We invite submission of tutorial proposals for either 3.5-hour length to be presented 6 December and 10 December or 1.5-hour length to be presented 7 – 9 December on topics of interest of the conference. No more than ONE speaker is recommended for each 1.5-hour lecture session. The proposals will be evaluated using the criteria of importance, timeliness, and conference coverage of the topic, track record of the instructor, and previous history for instructing tutorials. The final decisions on accepting tutorial proposals will also reflect space limitations at the conference venue.

Required information in the proposal (up to 3 pages):
• Title and Abstract of the lecture
• Detailed outline of topics covered
• Preferred length of the lecture
• Full contact information of speakers
• Biography of speakers
• History of the tutorial presentation

IMPORTANT DATES: • Submission: 15 December 2009 • Decision Notification: 15 January 2010

All proposals are required to be submitted in PDF format via EDAS ( ), which requires the registration of the proposal first by the title, keywords, authors' names, and an abstract. Only complete proposals with all required information will be considered. Once a proposal is accepted, we will work with the speaker(s) on a contract, which defines the remuneration, copyright, cancellation policy, and so on. Please address all your questions regarding Tutorials to IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 TPC Vice Chair Khaled El-Maleh atن



IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 features advanced workshops on 6 December and 10 December to explore special topics and provide international forums for scientists, engineers, and users to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results. The proceedings of the workshop program will be published by IEEE Communications Society and IEEE Digital Libraryن

Topics covered in workshops will include, but are NOT limited to:
• Cloud Computing & Communications
• Cognitive Communications & Networks
• Smart Grids
• Next Gen Communications & Networks
• Social Networking
• Satellite & Space Communications
• Vehicular Communications & Networks
• Service-Oriented Internet
• Broadband Communications
• Mobile & Ad Hoc Networks
• Wireless Networking
• Internet Quality of Service
• Security of Communication Networks
• Multimedia Communications & Services
• Wearable & Pervasive Computing
• Ubiquitous & Intelligent Services
• Distributed & Mobile Computing
• Internet Architectures & Services
• Grid & P2P Computing
• Cyber-Physical Computingن

Required information in the proposal (up to 4 pages):
• Title of the workshop
• Workshop scope and dates
• Full contact of workshop organizer(s)
• Track record of workshop organizer(s)
• Expected number of paper submissions
• Draft Call for paper of the workshop
• Tentative list of TPC members

IMPORTANT DATES: • Submission: 15 December 2009 • Decision Notification: 15 January 2010ن

Early-bird proposalsن(submitted before 15 November 2009) are highly encouraged and decision notifications will be sent within a month from the receipt of your proposal. For each approved workshop, at least one organizer must commit to register and monitor the onsite workshop operation. All proposals as well as your questions should be sent to IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 TPC Vice Chair Xiaobo Zhou at