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[PVS] Call for Book Chapters - Security of Self-Organizing Networks, CRCPress, Taylor & Francis, USA



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Call for Book Chapters


BOOK TITLE: "Security of Self-Organizing Networks: MANET, WSN, WMN, VANET"


To be published by:
Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, USA

Security is an indispensable issue for any type of self-organizing wireless network. To solve different security related issues in wireless networks, researchers have been putting various efforts and coming up with innovative ideas. Within the last few years, we have seen a steep growth of research works particularly on various security issues in different types of self-organizing wireless networks. These works address various types of networks like mobile wireless ad hoc networks (MANET), wireless sensor networks (WSN), wireless mesh networks (WMN), vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET), etc. The objective of this book is to gather recent advancements in the fields of security in self-organizing wireless networks as well as to provide the readers with the essential information about wireless network security. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to (for MANET, WSN, WMN, VANET):
- Secure routing and transport
- Secure in-network processing
- Security services and architecture
- Key management issues
- Trust and privacy
- Secure deployment
- Access control and authentication
- Intrusion detection
- Denial of service

Contact Editor:

Al-Sakib Khan Pathan
Department of Computer Engineering
Kyung Hee University
Giheung, Yongin 446701, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Email: sakib.pathan@gmail.com or spathan@ieee.org    

Submission Details:

Each manuscript must be written in a tutorial manner so that it can be easily accessible for the readers outside the specialty of the area. Expected manuscript length is between 9,500 to 12,500 words. Manuscripts submitted for the book must be original, must not be previously published or currently under review anywhere. Interested authors are invited to submit an abstract of 150-300 words with the gist of their proposed chapter. Please use only MS-Word format for submission of the final manuscript. Abstract of the tentative chapter should be mailed to the corresponding editor as soon as possible and no later than May 20, 2009. Each manuscript must contain five basic sections (with exact headings): Introduction, Background, Future Directions for Research, Conclusions, and References. Authors may also add any other extra section of their choice if necessary with different title. After the ‘References’ section, 7-10 terminologies/keywords should be included. In addition, 10-15 questions and their sample answers/solutions should be included at the end of the chapter, which could help the potential readers. The authors may be requested to modify the contents of the chapters if deemed necessary to maintain the consistency of the entire book and to include the most up-to-date information about each topic. A PowerPoint presentation of 25-35 pages should be provided for each chapter after the final acceptance so that they can be used for classroom teaching. Upon acceptance of the manuscript, the corresponding author will be sent guidelines for preparing the camera-ready copy of the chapter. Authors of accepted chapters are also required to sign an agreement of copyright transfer and an originality statement to the publisher. The first author of each chapter will be sent a free examination copy of the book.

Important Dates:

Preliminary Abstract Due:
May 20, 2009
Full Manuscript Due:  September 01, 2009
Acceptance Notification:  October 15, 2009
Final Camera Ready Manuscript Due:  November 15, 2009
Publication Date: First half of 2010 (tentative)