Advanced Computing and Communication Society (ACS) of India is organizing ICCBN 2008 conference (International Conference on Communication, Convergence, and Broadband Networking) from July 17th to 20th 2008 at National Science Seminar Complex at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore.
ICCBN Conference aims to provide a premier forum for researchers, industry practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent ideas, innovations, trends, experiences, and concerns in the emerging areas of Communication, Convergence, and Broadband Networking.
As I see there are three major components for ICCBN 2008 : Technical paper presentations, Industry watch and the Tutorial sessions.
Industry leaders present their perspective and share their views on design, development, deployment, direction and regulation of existing and emerging communications and networking technologies that facilitate access, move and storage of network information and content.
Around 6 tutorials (some happening in parallel) spread over July19th and 20th are planned. The sessions are on Embedded Linux, Mobile phone OS, Nano technology, WiMax, Intellectual Property management, and Programming.
I plan to attend the only the full day tutorial session on Insights Into IEEE 802.16e (WiMAX) PHY and MAC layers Design Concepts and Road Ahead, by Prasad VTSV, Samsung.
Date: Sunday, 20th July 2008
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
If you plan to be around, for sure we can meet up.Thanks,
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Hi thanks for this nice blog. I am sharing this with all my mates on facebook.com
@Bangalore: Thank you 🙂
@Vitaliy: Sorry, the organizers were not willing to share the soft copy of the slides online.
@Vitaliy: Thanks for the nice words. 🙂
I do not think the sessions will be shared live on the net. However, I will check with them whether a soft copy of the slides are available. If they allow me to share the material, I will let you know the link.
Thank you a lot for your great posts. I’ve found them very useful and well written.
Regarding WiMAX full day tutorial session
Are they going to record video of the session and share it via Internet? Unfortunately I am quite far from the India and don’t have possibility to participate.