MiNEMA Winter School 2009

March 23-26, 2009
Göteborg, Sweden

24/03/2009: We will take a commemorative school picture tomorrow (Wed) at lunch break. Please meet us at 12:40 at the registration desk in order to decide about the best spot to take the picture.
There have been some last minute changes to the program: Sessions B and C on Tue have been swapped and session B on Wed has been cancelled with session C taking its place (program page).
You can find photos from the various school activities here.
02/02/2009: Availability of PhD student grants. Read more information on how to apply at the registration page.

The 2009 Winter School in Middleware for Network Eccentric and Mobile Applications is organized by the European Science Foundation (ESF) MiNEMA Scientific Programme. MiNEMA is an European Science Foundation (ESF) Scientific Programme aiming to bring together European groups from different communities working on middleware for mobile environment. The programme intends to foster the definition and implementation of widely recognized middleware abstractions for new and emerging mobile applications.

The MiNEMA Steering Committee Chair, Professor Luís Rodrigues (IST/INESC-ID, Portugal) is the coordinator of the scientific programme. Professors Marina Papatriantafilou and Philipas Tsigas (Chalmers University, Sweden) are responsible for the local organization.

The school will take place in Göteborg, Sweden on March 23-26, 2009. School participants will receive a copy of the following book as supporting material.


Middleware for Network Eccentric and Mobile Applications
Garbinato, Benoît; Miranda, Hugo; Rodrigues, Luís (Eds.)
2009, Approx. 465 p., Hardcover
ISBN: 978-3-540-89706-4

Session A
9h - 10h30
[09h00] Registration
[10h00] Welcome
Ad Hoc Routing Gossip-based Dissemination Tuple Spaces
Session B
11h - 12h30
Energy in WSN Opportunistic Networks Publish/Subscribe Vehicular Networks
Session C
14h - 15h30
Programming WSNs Population Protocols Application Layer Multicast (cancelled) Context-aware Applications
Session D
16h - 17h30
Mobility Models Wireless Mesh Networks   Dynamic Adaptation
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Design: José Mocito
Content: Georgios Georgiadis