[ACM logo] [IEEE logo] MobiCom'97

The Third Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking

September 26-30, 1997
The Main Building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest, Hungary

The wireless communication revolution is bringing fundamental changes to telecommunication and computing. Wide-area cellular systems and wireless LANs promise to make integrated networks a reality and provide fully distributed and ubiquitous mobile computing and communications, thus bringing an end to the tyranny of geography. Furthermore, services for the mobile user are maturing and are poised to change the nature and scope of communication. This conference, the third of an annual series, serves as the premier international forum addressing networks, systems, algorithms, and applications that support the symbiosis of mobile computers and wireless networks.

The MobiCom'97 technical program features the presentation of 26 excellent research papers, selected after detailed review from over 100 submissions received this year. In addition, the program will include 4 panel discussion sessions and 2 invited keynote speakers, plus 5 tutorials before the conference and 2 workshops after the conference. All together, MobiCom'97 offers an outstanding technical program and promises to be an exciting conference on the cutting edge of mobile computing and networking. We invite you to join us for MobiCom'97 and hope to see you in beautiful and historic Budapest!


Sponsored by ACM SIGMOBILE and SIGCOMM, IEEE Communications Society, and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

With support fromHPIBMWestel 900

David B. Johnson <dbj @ cs.cmu.edu>. Last modified September 21, 1997.