The venue provides an excellent scene for a fruitful combination of networking activities in the outdoors with high-quality, lively technical discussions on topics in wireless communications.
SNOW aims at bringing together researchers and students from academia and industry working in the vibrant field of wireless communications and networking. Its scope is broad and intended to accommodate a wide variety of backgrounds, attitudes and ideas. The workshop therefore covers a range of topics within wireless networking and cross-layer optimization, from fundamental information theoretic results to multimedia quality-of-service, from physical layer to application layer, and from fundamental to application-oriented research. We are confident the workshop’s contributions will help to bridge gaps between networking, signal processing and information theory communities.
Following tradition, SNOW 2017 will again be characterized by a single-track schedule and an interesting informal program. Ample time will be alotted for networking, skiing (cross-country, off-piste or in prepared slopes) or many other outdoor activities that will complement our scientific discussions and contribute to the friendly and collegial atmosphere this worskhop has come to be known for.