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Too many research domains are explorated independently  one of each 
other when ones can help in the designing of efficient algorithms for 
other research areas. IMAGINE is a conference which aims at gathering 
several research areas which can constitute tools to help the research 
in the field of dynamic networks. Therefore, it may interest readers of 


                       CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                           IMAGINE 2007

                   1st International workshop on
               Mobility, Algorithms and Graph theory
                        In dynamic NEtworks
                       September 26-27, 2007
                          Lemesos, Cyprus


                     Collocated with DISC 2007

We cordially invite you to attend the IMAGINE 2007 workshop to be held
in conjunction with DISC 2007, in Lemesos, Cyprus, which will bring
together researchers from academia and industry. By attending IMAGINE,
you will be given talks by talented junior researchers from the
dynamic graphs research area. Indeed, the scientific program of the
workshop consists of 5 invited lectures given by 5 junior speakers
selected by a strong PC committee with respect to the quality of their

This workshop aims at letting junior researchers around the world have
a larger view of the recent results of their peers, in order to favor
future collaboration. IMAGINE also aims at providing a supportive
setting for feedback on junior researchers' current research and
guidance on future research directions by offering them comments and
fresh perspectives on their work from peers outside their own
institution and/or field.

Full details are on the conference Web site:

Invited speakers
Doina Bein (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
Augustin Chaintreau (Thomson Paris Research Lab, France)
Hannes Frey (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Emmanuelle Lebhar (CNRS, LIAFA, France)
Thomas Moscibroda (Microsoft Research, USA)

David Ilcinkas ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Nathalie Mitton ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Nicolas Nisse ([EMAIL PROTECTED])

Co-sponsored by
IEEE Cyprus
INRIA Futurs

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