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DySPAN 2008 Update. Joseph B. Evans (evans@ku.edu) Dennis Roberson (robersond@iit.edu). Overview. Date and venue Program overview Chairs and Committees Timeline Progress. Dates and Venue. Dates – 14-17 October 2008 No known conflicts for that week Venue – Chicago, Illinois

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dyspan 2008 update

DySPAN 2008 Update

Joseph B. Evans (evans@ku.edu)

Dennis Roberson (robersond@iit.edu)

  • Date and venue
  • Program overview
  • Chairs and Committees
  • Timeline
  • Progress
dates and venue
Dates and Venue
  • Dates – 14-17 October 2008
    • No known conflicts for that week
  • Venue – Chicago, Illinois
    • Excellent facilities - Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel in downtown
    • Centrally located with good flight options for both US and international travelers
    • Highly regarded global city with numerous attractions
  • Technology Track
  • Policy Track
  • Keynotes
  • Demonstrations
general chair biographies
General Chair Biographies
  • Dennis Roberson
    • Vice Provost for New Initiatives and Research Professor of CS, IIT
    • Co-Founder of Wireless Network and Communications Research Center (WiNCom) and PI for Spectrum Observatory at IIT
    • Hosted NSF Wireless PI Meeting - 2007
    • Serves on eight company boards included four wireless companies
    • Former CTO of Motorola and of NCR
  • Joseph Evans
    • Distinguished Professor of EECS, University of Kansas
    • Founded NSF program in spectrum-aware networking
    • Leading NSF GENI wireless (and cognitive) networking effort
    • Performing foundational science for TV band spectrum debate
    • Has served as IEEE TAC Secretary and in multiple TC roles
    • Has organized and chaired IEEE workshops and symposia
organizing committee
Organizing Committee

General ChairsJoseph B. Evans, University of Kansas, USA Dennis Roberson, IIT, USATechnical Program Committee ChairsPreston Marshall, DARPA, USA Milind Buddhikot, Alcatel - Lucent, USAPolicy Program Committee ChairsWilliam Lehr, MIT, USAJulius Knapp, FCC, USA Steve Sharkey, Motorola. USADeputy ChairsDouglas Sicker, Univeristy of Colorado - Boulder, USA Ying-Chang Liang, Institute for Infocomm Research, SingaporeTutorials ChairsAlexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA William Horne, MITRE, USADemonstrations ChairsTom Rondeau, Trinity College Dublin, IrelandKeith Nolan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Poster ChairTimothy X. Brown, University of Colorado - Boulder, USAPublicity ChairNancy Jesuale, Netcity Engineering, USALocal ArrangementsCynthia Hood, Illinois Institute of Technology, USAStudent Travel GrantsXin Liu, University of California - Davis, USAPatron ChairCarlos Cordeiro, Intel, USAProceeding ChairRajarathnam Chandramouli ("Mouli"), Stevens Institute of Technology, USAKeynote and Plenary ChairsPeter Tenhula, Shared Spectrum Company, USA Linda Doyle, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

technical program committee
Technical Program Committee

Frederick Martin, Motorola, USAGary J. Minden, University of Kansas, USAKlaus Moessner, University of Surrey, United KingdomMarkus Muck, Infineon Technologies, GermanySaishankar Nandagopalan, Broadcom Inc.,  USAJames Neel, Cognitive Radio Technologies, LLC, USAKeith Nolan, Trinity College Dublin, IrelandFilip Perich, Shared Spectrum Company, USARakesh Rajbanshi, Cisco Systems Inc., USADipankar Raychaudhuri, Rutgers University, USAJeffrey Reed, Virginia Tech, USADennis Roberson, Illinois Institute of Technology, USATom Rondeau, CTVR,  Trinity College, Dublin, IrelandJoachim Saschs, Ericsson Research, Aachen, GermanyAnant Sahai, UC Berkeley, USADragan Samardzija, Bell Laboratories,  Alcatel-Lucent , USADouglas Sicker, University of Colorado, USATod Sizer,  Bell Laboratories,  Alcatel-Lucent , USAWill Stewart, OFCOM, United KingdomJohn Stine, The MITRE Corportation, USAVahid Tarokh, Harvard University, USAUf Tureli, West Virginia University Institute of Technology, USAHarish Viswanathan, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USAAlexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USAJens Zander, Royal Inst Tech, Stockholm, SwedenHonggang Zhang, Zhejiang University, ChinaHaitao Zheng, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Nancy Alonistioti, University of Athens, GreeceVictor Bahl, Microsoft  Research,  USALars Berlemannm, Swisscom, SwitzerlandDidier Bourse, Motorola, FranceKiran Challapali, Philips Research,  USARajarathnam Chandramouli, Stevens Institute of Technology, USAMainak Chatterjee, University of Central Florida, USAIvan Cosovic,  DoCoMo Communications Labs Europe GmbH, GermanyBabak Daneshrad, University of  California, Los Angeles, USALinda Doyle, Trinity College Dublin,  IrelandJoseph Evans, University of Kansas, USADirk Grunwald, University of Colorado, USACynthia Hood, Illinois Institute of Technology, USAWilliam Horne, The MITRE Corporation, USARiku Jantti, Helsinki University of Technology, FinlandFriedrich Jondral, Communications Engineering Lab, University of Karlsruhe, GermanyHamid Reza Karimi, Ofcom, United KingdomPaul Kolodzy, Kolodzy Consulting, USAGeoffrey Li, Georgia Tech, USAYing-Chang Liang, Institute for Infocomm Research, SingaporePetri Mähonen, Aachen University, RWTH, Institute of Wireless Networks, GermanyNarayan Mandyam, WINLABS, Rutgers, USAStefan Mangold, Swisscom, SwitzerlandTodd Martin, STA, USA

policy program committee
Policy Program Committee

Johannes Bauer, Michigan State, USA Coleman Bazelon, Brattle Group, USAMilind Buddikot, Alcatel-Lucent, USA Martin Cave, Warwick Business, United Kingdom Jon Crowcroft, Cambridge University, United KingdomPierre DeVries, Univ. of Washington, USA Linda Doyle, Trinity College, IrelandBernie Eydt, Booz Allen Hamilton, USA Joe Gattuso, NTIA, USA Dale Hatfield, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA Nancy Jesuale, NetCity Engineering, USA Paul Kolodzy, Kolodzy Consulting, USAChristian Sandvig, University of Illinois, USA Douglas Sicker, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA Peter Tenhula, Shared Spectrum Company, USAEd Thomas Harris, Wiltshire, USAWilliam Webb, Ofcom, United Kingdom Martin Weiss, University of Pittsburgh, USA Simon Wilkie, USC, USA 

  • Intent to submit (Register Title, Abstract, Author List): April 28, 2008
  • Policy Extended Abstract/In-preparation-draft due: May 1, 2008
  • Technology Full papers due: June 6, 2008
  • Notification of interest to Policy Authors requesting full papers: May 23, 2008
  • Full versions of selected policy papers due for second review: June 13, 2008
  • Acceptance notification for Technology papers: July 28, 2008
  • Final acceptance of policy papers: August 1, 2008
  • Camera ready versions for all papers due to IEEE: August 21, 2008
  • DySPAN 2008: 14-17 October 2008
  • Over 200 abstracts submitted
  • Sponsors to date
    • Microsoft Research
    • Motorola
    • NSF (US student travel grants)
    • Federal Communications Bar Association
  • Keynote speakers invited
  • Formation of some panels underway
  • Demonstrations
    • Adaptrum (USA)
    • Centre for Telecommunications Value-Chain Research (Ireland)
    • Centre for Wireless Telecommunications, Virginia Tech (USA)
    • Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands)
    • Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) (Singapore)
    • Motorola (USA)
    • OMESH Networks (Canada)
    • Philips Research (USA)
    • PrismTech (USA)
    • Rockwell Collins (USA)
    • Shared Spectrum Company (USA)
    • University of South Florida/Anritsu (USA)
    • Stevens Institute of Technology (USA)
    • University of Utah (USA)