IEEE INFOCOM Workshop on

Dynamic SOcial Networks (DySON)

Monday, April 28 2014 - Toronto - Canada

Social wireless and mobile networks have gained considerable interest over the last years. They are now well-known as the primal channels for communication , means for increasing marketing potentials, tools for enabling social research, and policy forums, all of which eventually indicate a more than ever increasing penetration of wireless and mobile networks in human lives.

DySON will mainly cover the technical aspects of the interplay between social and wireless mobile networks, and will focus on original contributions regarding their structure, behavior, and optimization. Emphasis will be placed on the interplay between social and mobile wireless networks. DySON, aspires to receive and present the highest quality contributions regarding analysis, control and optimization from the perspective of Complex Network Analysis,  promoting the most interesting interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary analytical methodologies.

DySON will be centered both on formal methods, as well as on noteworthy technical contributions of more practical flavor. It aims for papers combining knowledge from several fields and addressing the corresponding challenges, while opening new frontiers and opportunities in relevant research. More specific topics of interest can be found here.