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Call for Papers and Proposals

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  • 배포일2002.03.12
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▶ Optical Internet and Photonic Switching Conference (COIN+PS 2002)
http://www.coin-ps2002.org
Hyatt Regency Cheju, Cheju Island, Korea
July 21 - 25, 2002

▶ Sponsored by:
IEEE - Lasers and Electro-Optics Society,
Optical Society of America,
Korean Institute of Communication Sciences, and
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers

▶ In Co-operation with:
IEEE - Daejeon Section,
Optical Internet Research Center at ICU,
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute,
Korea Optical Internet Forum, Korea Australia Photonic Association,
Korea Science and Engineering Foundation,
Ministry of Information and Communication,
Korea, and Optical Society of Korea

▶ For sponsorship and exhibit opportunities, visit the conference website. Scope:
Internet traffic is now dramatically increasing with diverse service requirement
over the world so that optical internet is becoming economical solution to meet
these needs. Optical networks based on photonic packet and burst switches
might be realized in near future. The 2002 international meetings on OPTICAL
INTERNET and PHONICS IN SWITCHING in Korea are good opportunities to
discuss these hot issues. Two meetings will be held at collocated site, Jeju
island in Korea, on 21-25 July 2002. The International Conference on Optical
Internet (COIN) is the first organized conference while the Topical Meeting on
Photonics in Switching (PS) is historical and preeminent conference. Two
meetings are separately organized but main topics may be merged each other
so that submitted papers will be conveniently allocated into both conferences
for keeping their technical balance.

▶Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline: April 20, 2002
Paper Acceptance Notification: May 20, 2002
Pre-registration Deadline: June 21, 2002
Hotel Reservation Deadline: June 21, 2002
Postdeadline Paper Due: July 13, 2002
Conference Dates: July 21 - 25, 2002

▶ Preparation and Submission of Papers
A limited number of contributed papers covering original unpublished work
within the scope of the meetings will be accepted for presentation. Authors are
requested to submit their original papers via on-line by April 20, 2002. All
submitted papers will be reviewed by the program committee.

▶ Preparation of Papers
Make sure that your paper is formatted properly as instructed below:
- Comply with IEEE Globecom conference proceedings format
- Single spaced double-column
- For US letter-size paper (8.5 x 11 in.), set the top and bottom margins to 1
inch, left and right margins to 0.7 inches
- For A4 paper, set the top and bottom margin to 35 mm, left and right margins to
15 mm
- Column width is 88 mm (3.45 inches) and space between columns is 5 mm
(0.14 inches)
- DO NOT paginate your paper (i.e., no page numbers please)
- Restrict your paper to a maximum length of 3 pages
- Graphics and fonts MUST print and view correctly
- PDF file ONLY

▶ Submitting Your Paper
All authors must register and submit their papers electronically at
http://www.coin-ps2002.org/submission DO NOT MAIL OR FAX YOUR PAPER: IT
MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE.

▶Topics and Focus Areas:
Contributions are solicited in all optical networking research and applied
areas. These include, but are not limited to, the following feature topics:

▶ COIN 2002
- Optical network architecture and evolution scenario
- Internet protocol over optical network
- GMPLS protocol for IP over optical network
- IP routing and signaling including optical routing
- Control and management protocol for IP over optical network
- Open network and open signaling architecture for optical network
- Traffic management and QoS
- Optical protection and restoration
- Gigabit Ethernet
- Scalable access networks and next generation SONET
- Planar waveguide devices for DWDM network
- Wavelength Conversion
- Optical packet switching and optical burst switching
- Optical packet head processing
- Optical buffering and optical synchronization
- Standards for optical internetworking
- Next generation optical system

▶ PS 2002
- Devices and phenomena for switching applications
- Waveguide technologies for switching devices
- Optically, electrically, or mechanically activated optical switches, OXC and
their arrays
- Optical interconnect for electronic and photonic systems
- Integration of optical and electronic switching devices
- Material properties relevant to optical switching devices
- Comparisons of optical and electronic switching
- Trends in performance of optical and electronic switching devices
- Switching systems and network architectures that use optical switching
technologies
- Applications of optical switching architecture
- Advanced photonic routers

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