Computer Communication Review

CCR is the magazine of the ACM SIGCOMM.

 

Scope

Computer Communication Review (CCR) is a publication of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) and publishes articles on topics within the SIG's field of interest. CCR serves as a forum for interesting and novel ideas at an early stage in their development. The focus is on timely dissemination of new ideas that may help trigger additional investigations. While the innovation and timeliness are the major criteria for its acceptance, technical robustness and readability will also be considered in the review process. We particularly encourage papers with early evaluation or feasibility studies.

Papers accepted for publication are printed in CCR Newsletter and are also made available on-line through CCR Online and through the ACM Digital Library.

 

Editorial Board

Editor:

Area Editors:

  • Sharad Agarwal, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Augustin Chaintreau, Columbia University, USA
  • Romit Roy Choudhary, Duke University, USA
  • Nikolaos Laoutaris, Telefonica Research, Spain
  • Phil Levis, Stanford University, USA
  • Sue Moon, KAIST, South Korea
  • Bhaskaran Raman, IIT Bombay, India
  • Stefan Saroiu, Microsoft Research, USA
  • Renata Teixeira, LIP6, France
  • Jia Wang, AT&T Research, USA
  • David Wetherall, University of Washington, USA
  • Yin Zhang, University of Texas, Austin, USA

 

Reviewer Pool

Please let the Editor know if you are interested in being a reviewer for CCR. Send your name, your affiliation, your research interests, and a pointer to a website that has a list of your publications. Your name will be circulated to the Area Editors and you will be assigned papers as appropriate.

CCR Online: The CCR virtual community

CCR Online is the online version of CCR and is freely accessible to both SIGCOMM members and non-members. You can also post comments on CCR articles here.