Abstract


ACM CHANTS is a top tier major workshop attended by top researchers, students, developers, and practitioners from academia and industry, to discuss new ideas and future directions in delay and disruption tolerant applications, also known as, Challenged networks. Common examples of challenged networks include high delay environments such as inter-planetary networks, limited power environments such as sensor and wildlife monitoring networks, underwater networks, and communication in settings that lack infrastructure such as rural and remote areas, and military battlefields. Such networks are not well served by standard TCP/IP solutions, due to the prevalence of disconnection, disruption, intermittency, large delays, or other factors. More recent applications and research areas have evolved that can leverage challenged networks including mobile cloud computing, participatory sensory, crowd sourcing, traffic offloading, and the Internet of Things. This site provides an archive to all CHANTS workshops that have taken place.


Steering Committee

Kevin Almeroth, UC-Santa Barbara
Kevin Fall, SEI-Carnegie Mellon University
Stephen Farrell, Trinity College Dublin
Jörg Ott, Aalto University
Andrea Passarella, IIT-CNR


Past Steering Committee Members

Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech
Christophe Diot, Thomson Research
Deborah Estrin, UC-Los Angeles
James Scott, Microsoft Research Cambridge


Annual Workshops

Year
Date
Venue
Chair(s)
Papers
Sep 7
Maui, HI
Mario Gerla, Andrea Passarella
Sep 30
Miami, FL
Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos, Anders Lindgren
Aug 22
Istanbul, Turkey
Eiko Yoneki, Robin Kravets
Sep 23
Las Vegas, NV
Ahmed Helmy, Franck Legendre
Sep 24
Chicago, IL
Pan Hui, Brenton Walker
Sep 25
Bejing, China
Martin May, Gunnar Karlsson, Ellen Zegura
Sep 15
San Fancisco, CA
Mostafa Ammar, Kostas Psounis
Sep 14
Montreal, Canada
Jörg Ott, Rajesh Krishnan
Sep 15
Pisa, Italy
Kevin Almeroth, James Scott
Aug 26
Philadelphia, PA
Kevin Fall, Srinivasan Keshav


 
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