Ad hoc and ubiquitous computing has received unprecedented attention from both academia and industry with the explosive growth of wireless communication devices. There are many applications for this novel technology which offers futuristic high bandwidth access for users, and more exciting and efficient services are expected to be available in the future.
In order to facilitate these diverse applications, the design issues of various wireless networks such as ad hoc, sensor and mesh networks are much more complicated and a number of challenges need to be addressed. Furthermore, due to the heterogeneous features of ubiquitous and ad hoc wireless networks, several issues such as energy efficiency, energy harvesting and cross-layer approaches used in networking and computing have also received considerable attention.
Area of Coverage
The workshop invites articles relating to mobile ad hoc networks as well as the different aspects of ubiquitous computing as a whole. Suitable topics include but are not limited to: