Call for the Tutorial Proposals
The purpose of tutorials is to educate the attendees about specific topics or to provide the background necessary to understand technical advances in relevant areas. The QSHINE 2013 is constantly attracting a high number of high quality submissions participants from academia and industry. It brings together researchers from different areas of computer science. The tutorial should be appealing to a broad audience with interests in broadband high-speed networks, peer-to-peer networks, wireless, mobile networks, issues related to security, reliability, QoS and robustness. Possible topics of interest include, but are not limited:
- Network Communication
- Quality of Service
Tutorial Submission Instructions
Proposal should include:
- Title of the Tutorial Proposal.
- Contact information of a Tutorial instructor (name, email address, affiliation).
- Keywords and scope of the Tutorial.
- Description of the potential target audience for the Tutorial.
- A short biography of the Tutorial Instructor(s).
The Tutorial Proposal must be a maximum of three pages.
The Tutorial Proposals should be submitted to the Tutorial Chairs Buddha Singh email@example.com and Pankaj Kumar: firstname.lastname@example.org. .
**Tutorial Proposals submission deadline**: 15 October 2012
**Notification of acceptance**: 30 October 2012