By Andreas Lachenmann, Pedro José Marrón, Daniel Minder, Olga Saukh, Matthias Gauger (auth.), Koen Langendoen, Thiemo Voigt (eds.)
This quantity includes the lawsuits of EWSN 2007, the fourth eu c- ference on instant Sensor Networks. The convention came about at TU Delft, January 29–31, 2007. Its goal was once to supply a discussion board the place researchers with di?erent adventure and background,from to purposes, may presentanddiscussthelatestdevelopmentsintheexciting?eldofwirelesssensor networks. because the curiosity in sensor networks has been swiftly increasing, it was once no shock that EWSN obtained a list variety of 164 submissions, of which 22paperswereselectedforthe?nalconference.Itwasapleasuretoobservethat, even if established in Europe, the convention serves as a really foreign discussion board with submissions originating from all ?ve continents: 35% from Europe, 35% from Asia, 26% from the US, three% from Australia, and 1% from Africa. The - lectionprocessinvolvedmorethan500reviewswithmostpapersbeingevaluated by way of not less than 3 reviewers. The ?nal application lined quite a lot of issues, grouped into seven periods: networking, monitoring, algorithms, functions and help, medium entry keep an eye on, OS and instruments, and localization. as well as the papers released in those court cases, the convention additionally incorporated a poster and demonstration consultation, of which separate complaints can be found. Tutorials and keynotes complemented this system, jointly making for a really fascinating convention. In final, we want to specific our honest gratitude to every body who contributed to EWSN 2007. specifically, the participants of this system C- mittee and exterior reviewers accountable for the robust technical software, the neighborhood TU Delft humans for streamlining the convention logistics, and Springer for his or her very good cooperation in placing those lawsuits together.