International Workshop on Distributed, Autonomic and Robust Wireless Networks


The International Workshop on Distributed, Autonomic and Robust Wireless Networks (DARWiN) aims to gather researchers interested in wireless communications. They will have the opportunity to discuss ongoing research and new contributions. DARWiN invites interesting contributions in both theoretical (modelling algorithmic) and experimental (simulation, emulation, real experimentation) fields. The main application domains are ad hoc networks, sensor networks, mesh networks and vehicular networks, but they can be extended to other types of wireless networks (especially low-resources networks).

Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN), vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs)
  • Wireless Software-Defined Networking
  • MAC, routing and transport protocols
  • Resource allocation and management
  • Quality of service
  • Network scalability and capacity
  • Reliability and fault tolerance algorithms
  • Security and privacy
  • Applications of wireless ad hoc networks
  • Performance modelling and analysis
  • Tools/platform for designing, implementing and evaluating wireless communication protocols
  • Distributed algorithms issues for wireless networks
  • Autonomic computing
  • Wireless networks optimization
  • Secure Services and Protocols
  • Indoor/outdoor Positioning methods based on distributed wireless networks
  • Smart cities, Building Information Modelling (BIM), City Information Modelling (CIM)
  • Internet of Things
  • Edge/Fog and Cloud computing
  • Wearable Computing and Implant Technology
  • Personal/Body Network and Near Field Communication

Workshop Co-Chairs

Wahabou Abdou, University of Burgundy, France
Ana Roxin, University of Burgundy, France
Blaise Omer Yenké, University of Ngaoundéré, Cameroon
Jamal Toutouh, MIT, USA