The rise in wireless technologies for both local and wide-area networking, such as ZigBee, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 3G and LTE, means that the Internet is increasingly wireless. To better understand the nature of these changes, it is important to evaluate these technologies in real-world environments via empirical measurement. While analytical and simulation-based approaches are useful, they are often limited by the simplistic modeling of the wireless protocols and the varying and error-prone wireless channel. As a response to these limitations, the need for experimental wireless network measurements has gained wide recognition in the networking research community.

This workshop continues the successful WiNMee series, begun at WiOpt in 2005, and is intended to bring together researchers in the field of experimental wireless networking and serve as a forum for discussing advances and challenges in experimental wireless network measurements.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Keynote Speaker

Dina Katabi, MIT

Workshop Chairs

Henrik Lundgren (Technicolor)
Tristan Henderson (University of St Andrews)

Technical Program Committee

Kevin Almeroth (UCSB, USA)
Marcelo Dias de Amorim (UPMC, France)
Andrzej Duda (INP Grenoble, France)
Marwan Fayed (University of Stirling, UK)
Laura Feeney (SICS, Sweden)
Wei-Jen Hsu (Cisco, USA)
Kyle Jamieson (UCL, UK)
Sung-Ju Lee (HP Labs, USA)
David Malone (Hamilton Institute, Ireland)
Erik Nordström (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Catherine Rosenberg (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Ashu Sabharwal (Rice University, USA)
Theodoros Salonidis (Technicolor, France)
Aruna Seneviratne (NICTA, Australia)
Ivan Seskar (Rutgers University, USA)
Peter Steenkiste (CMU, USA)
Anand Subramanian (Alcatel-Lucent Bell labs, USA)
Yongguang Zhang (Microsoft Research Asia, China)