Workshop on Mobility in the Evolving Internet Architecture
Einsendeschluss 30.05.201507.09.2015The program committee is delighted to invite you to the 10th ACM Workshop on Mobility in the Evolving Internet Architecture (MobiArch) 2015. The workshop will be held in Paris, France, on September 7, 2015. MobiArch is co-located with MobiCom 2015.
Aim and Scope
With recent developments in wireless access, sensor, and mobile device technologies, the mobility of users, terminals, and networks has become an indispensable component of today's Internet vision. Wireless access devices by far outnumber stationary Internet hosts and an increasing share of traffic traverses at least one wireless link. These trends can be expected to continue in the near future and call for a reexamination of the architectural design of the current and future internets.
The past MobiArch workshops have provided a stage for earlier exploration of basic architectural issues related to mobility such as efficient mobility management, the locator-identifier split, multi-homing, security, and various operational, deployment concerns. As mobile technology has matured tremendously in the past five years, we are moving into the domain of sophisticated mobile applications, cloud-assisted mobile network architectures and mobile applications, mobile centric web. In order for end users to experience ever growing numbers of rich mobile applications, the network must provide architectural support leveraging cloud technology. This year we are focusing on the next generation services and architectures based on the current network transformation to software dominated systems.
MobiArch 2015 will be our 10th year running this workshop where each year we have consistently built on results from previous years. MobiArch 2013 welcomes submissions from both researchers and practitioners that explore challenges or advances in architectures, protocols, and technologies to address mobility challenges in the current Internet or in future clean-slate Internets. We especially welcome position papers that describe highly original ideas, discuss new directions, or generate insightful discussion at the workshop.