Important Dates
Call for Papers
Call for Demos
Call for Industrial-track Papers
Paper and Demo Submission
Author Instructions
Accepted Papers
Conference Program
PhD/Work-in-Progress Forum
Student Travel Support
Visa and Travel Information
Venue - Accommodation
Kos Island Info
Organized by:
Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH) Institute of Computer Science (ICS)

Scuola Universitaria Profesionalle della Svizzera Italiana (Supsi)
Sponsored by

IEEE Computer Society

University of Texas at Arlington

IEEE Technical Committee on Computer Communications (TCCC)







PhD/Work-in-Progress Forum

A PhD & Work in progress Forum on Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks

June 18, 2009
Kos, Greece

Co-located with IEEE WoWMoM 2009

PhD & WiP Forum Chair:

Sajal Das
Steering Committee Chair, IEEE WoWMoM

University Distinguished Chair Professor,
The University of Texas at Arlington

Program Director, National Science Foundation


The PhD & Work in progress Forum provides a friendly and supportive environment for doctoral students and young researchers to present and discuss their on going research both with their peers and with a group of experienced researchers from academia and industry.
In addition to providing feedback and advice, this forum will provide an opportunity for students and young researchers to network as well as to practice presenting their research clearly and concisely.


This year's PhD & Work in progress Forum will be a session event consisting of short student presentations, discussion, followed by posters and discussion. Each participant will have time allotted for a flash presentation as well as an in-depth and constructive discussion during the poster session.
The event will conclude with the selection of the best work presented.


Submissions should consist of the following

1. A summary of the research (up to 3 pages) including a brief
discussion of motivation, challenges, related work, and initial results. Applicants should clearly identify their contributions to the field of the conference.

2. A short biographical sketch (1 page max) describing the applicants affiliations and research activities.

Authors should follow the style formatting guidelines for WoWMoM papers.  Submissions should be sent in PDF format to


If accepted, the author may be asked to provide explanations or clarification by the camera-ready deadline.

Clearly, the participation of the author to the PhD & Work in progress Forum is mandatory (registration is included in WoWMoM student registration).


Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: April 21, 2009
Notification Deadline: April 27, 2009
Camera-ready: May 4, 2009
Forum Date: June 18, 2009