June 23, 2004 - June 24, 2004

Mesh Networking Summit 2004

Location: Snoqualmie, WA, US

Venue: http://www.salishlodge.com
Salish Lodge & Spa
Snoqualmie, Washington

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Description

Mesh Networking Summit 2004 is a two-day intensive mindswap event between industrial and university researchers to discuss wireless mesh networking, ad-hoc networking, community networking, and residential broadband access. The goal of this summit is to determine how academia and industry can come together to make mesh networking mainstream. The attendees include established researchers with expertise in areas that cover the entire OSI stack including: smart antennas, PHY communications, medium access control, multi-hop routing, QoS, network management, Internet protocols etc. The meeting will be interactive with a healthy dose of information exchange as the researchers collectively identify open problems and impediments to deployment. It is the hope of the organizers that at the end of this meeting, all attendees will have a better understanding of the state of the art and the key set of open research problems. The meeting will help identify areas for potential collaborations among the participants.

Organizers

  • Victor Bahl, Microsoft Research
  • Nitin H. Vaidya, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    • William A. Arbaugh (University of Maryland)
    • Elizabeth Belding-Royer (University of California Santa Barbara)
    • Scott Burke (PacketHop Networks)
    • Samir Das (State University of New York Stony Brook)
    • Jim Freebersyser (Honeywell)
    • J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California Santa Cruz)
    • Admela Jukan (National Science Foundation)
    • Kerry Haley (SkyPilot)
    • Jean-Pierre Hubaux (The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne)
    • David Johnson (Rice University)
    • P. R. Kumar (University of Illinois Urbana Champaign)
    • Jim Kurose (University of Massachusetts)
    • Lakshman Krishnamurthy (Intel CAL)
    • Robert Morris (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Ali M. Niknejad (University of California Berkeley / BRWC)
    • Jason Redi (BBN Technologies)
    • Ashutosh Sabharwal (Rice University)
    • Stefan Savage (University of California San Diego)
    • Scott Shenker (International Computer Science Institute)
    • Devabhaktuni “Sri” Srikrishna (Tropos Networks)
    • Mani Srivatsava (University of California Los Angeles)
    • Peter Stanforth (Meshnetworks)
    • Ion Stoica (University of California Berkeley)
    • Nitin Vaidya (University of Illinois Urbana Champaign)
    • Xudong Wang (Kiyon Inc.)
    • David Wetherall (University of Washington)