As the field of wireless sensor networks matures, new design concepts, experimental and theoretical findings, and applications have continued to emerge at a rapid pace. Being one of the leading international conferences in this area, the European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks (EWSN) has played a substantial role in the dissemination of innovative ideas from researchers all over the globe.

For EWSN 2012, there will be a tutorial session designed to attract researchers and practitionars from both academia and industry to discuss state-of-the-art research. We invite you to submit tutorial proposals that focus on recent, cutting-edge topics in wireless sensor networks. Both applied and theoretical topics are welcome, as are surveys, and the tutorial should be self-contained in nature. We encourage tutorials that provide clear utility to a broad fraction of conference participants. Tutorials will be held during the morning of February 15, and are therefore expected to last from 3 to 4 hours.

Tutorial presenters are entitled one free registration per tutorial.

Submission Information

A tutorial should be at most 2 pages in LNCS style format and should include:
  1. Tutorial title and speakers' names and affiliation
  2. Tutorial description clearly stating
    • the scope of the tutorial and the learning objectives
    • why the topic would be of interest to a broad section of attendees
    • any logistic requirements beyond classroom style setting for presentation
    • a list of previous offerings of the tutorial (if any)
  3. Short bio of the tutorial speakers, including previous experience relevant to tutorials.
Sample presentation slides are optional, although highly recommended.

Email your proposal material in PDF directly to the conference co-chairs:

Important Dates

Tutorial proposal due: November 2, 2011
Acceptance notification: November 16, 2011
Presentation: February 15, 2012

All submission deadlines are at 23:59:59 UTC/GMT-11 hours (Samoa-Apia time, the last one to change the date on Earth).
See here for computing your local deadline time.

All deadlines are HARD
No extension will be granted