ACM MSWiM 2022


The 25th ACM International Conference on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM 2022) invites submissions for the Demo/Tools Program.

Proposed demonstrations should highlight recent results or on-going work related to simulation, modeling, analysis, and evaluation of wireless and mobile networks and systems. The topics of interest are broadly the same as the MSWiM conference. We particularly encourage demonstrations that present free and open source tools to the community and hope that the event provides an opportunity for tool developers and potential users to interact.

Submissions reflecting both mature systems and work-in-progress are invited. We also welcome submissions describing a significantly improved or updated tool that has previously been presented in the literature. Authors of papers submitted to the MSWiM conference are most welcome to also submit a demo/tool proposal related to their work.

Proposals should clearly describe both the research/technical contribution of the work and what the proposed demonstration will show. Submissions will be evaluated for their innovation, contribution, presentation, and relevance, as well as for their suitability as a demonstration.

Accepted demonstrations will be presented at Demo/Tools sessions at the MSWiM 2022 conference. Authors are also encouraged to display a poster about their work. During the Demo/Tools sessions, at least one author must be present to show the demo and discuss their work.

Tools and Demos Submission Instructions

The proposal abstract should provide an description of the proposed demonstration, covering both the research/technical contribution of the work and the demonstration itself. Please include information highlighting what attendees will be able to see or learn during your demo. Authors are welcome (but certainly not required) to include a link to a short video -- a regular text abstract is still required, however.

If your demo has any special requirements (apart from a poster stand, table, power, and the conference's regular internet access), please contact the chair by email before the submission deadline.

Please submit as a single pdf file of no more than 2 pages of text and references in two-column ACM format. To encourage good visual content of the abstracts, up to 2 pages of figures, photos, screenshots, etc may also be included in the abstract, for a total length of 4 pages. (Note: It is not necessary to measure figures to the exact cm, but authors are expected to respect the 2+2 page concept. Do not try to submit a 4-page paper.)

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You can find ACM format templates here.

We look forward to seeing you (and your demo) in Montreal, Canada!!!

Important Dates

Demo/Tools Submission Deadline: July 5th, 2022
Notification of Acceptance: August 15th, 2022
Camera Ready Version Due: TBA