INCC 2008
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International Networking and Communications Conference

The International Networking and Communications Conference (INCC) 2008 will be held in Lahore, Pakistan from May 1-3, 2008. The conference is organized by the School of Science and Engineering (SSE) of the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). INCC 2008 provides a forum for academic and industry researchers working in the areas of communications and networking to further the state of knowledge by sharing recent research results. In addition, it provides an excellent opportunity to impart skills in newer technology areas through tutorials delivered by well-known and seasoned researchers. The conference will feature not only technical and tutorial sessions, but also business application sessions and panels focused on the hottest products and services in telecommunications.

Welcome Note from the General Chair

On behalf of the Executive Committee, it is a great pleasure to invite you to the Second International Networking and Communications Conference (INCC 2008). The conference will provide a forum for researchers, academics, students and executives from the industry to focus and address the latest topics in the fields. Furthermore, the conference intends to attract regional researchers, and pave ways for research collaborations.

The telecom industry is coming of age in South Asia. A number of recent initiatives in various areas related to communications and networking have been taken by the local industry. The World’s largest deployment of broadband wireless (WiMax) has already commenced in Pakistan. This conference intends to bring together industry and academia by providing a common platform where researchers and industry leaders can fruitfully interact. This platform not only hosts technical and tutorial sessions but also provisions for two intriguing panel discussions on the local relevance of Telecom Research and Broadband Deployment.