The workshop participants represent a broad spectrum of the community including theorists, practitioners, and researchers from both academia and industry. At the workshop, attendees will discuss and debate the critical challenges in wireless networking, and articulate a vision for conducting fundamental and inter-disciplinary research in the area. The workshop will help influence future research and development in wireless systems. It will fuel inter-disciplinary collaborations between members of varied communities (e.g., application communities, security, localization and information theory, etc.). It will also educate the general public on the importance of wireless research, the challenges, and the enormous potential. A tangible outcome of the workshop will be a report that will (i) identify major issues affecting future wireless research; (ii) expose the research community to new and exciting inter-disciplinary problems; (iii) stimulate far reaching future research initiatives, and collaborations that would help along the evolution of the wireless research community; and (iv) Programming in Network Simulator NS-2and OTCL with examples and case studies.