[Topic-models] ACM CHANTS 2016 (colocated with ACM MobiCom'16): Call for Participation

Elisabetta Biondi chants16_publicity at iit.cnr.it
Thu Sep 8 05:34:01 EDT 2016


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                          CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
                         
            ACM CHANTS 2016 - 11th Workshop on Challenged Networks            

                       co-located with ACM MobiCom 2016                       
                        October 7, 2016, New York, USA

                             www.acm-chants.org                              

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Featuring:

   - 1 Keynote talk: Carla Fabiana Chiasserini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
   - 13 papers
   - 4 demos

Details at http://acm-chants.org/, as well as below.

We look forward to seeing you at CHANTS 2016!

Chiara Boldrini and Marcelo Dias de Amorim
CHANTS 2016 TPC Co-Chairs

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TECHNICAL PROGRAM
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09:00-09:15	Opening remarks

09:15-10:15	Keynote Talk
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What 5G Can Do for Challenged Networks
Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini (Politecnico di Torino)


10:30-12:30	From theory to practice: DTN software and testbeds
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"Opportunistic Content Dissemination Performance in Dense Network Segments"
Teemu Karkkainen (Technical University of Munich), Mika Valimaa (Aalto University), Esa Hyytia (Aalto University), and Jorg Ott (Technical University of Munich)

"Mobile Triage Management in Disaster Area Networks Using Decentralized Replication"
Dominik Meissner (Ulm University), Benjamin Erb (Ulm University - Institute of Distributed Systems), Rens W. van der Heijden (Ulm University - Institute of Distributed Systems), Kristin Lange (Ulm University - Institute of Psychology and Education Dept. Human Factors), and Frank Kargl (Ulm University - Institute of Distributed Systems)

"HINT: from Network Characterization to Opportunistic Applications"
Gwilherm Baudic (ISAE-SUPAERO), Antoine Auger (ISAE-SUPAERO), Victor Ramiro (ISAE-SUPAERO), and Emmanuel Lochin (Universite de Toulouse-ISAE)

"SCTPCL: An SCTP Convergence Layer Protocol for DTN"
Martin Wegner (Technische Universitat Braunschweig - Institute of Operating Systems and Computer Networks ), Stephan Rottmann (Technische Universitat Braunschweig - Institute of Operating Systems and Computer Networks), and Lars C. Wolf (Technische Universitat Braunschweig - Institute of Operating Systems and Computer Networks)

"(Not so) Intuitive Results from a Smart Agriculture Low-Power Wireless Mesh Deployment"
Keoma Brun-Laguna (Inria - EVA team), Ana Laura Diedrichs (Universidad Tecnologica Nacional), Diego Dujovne (Universidad Diego Portales), Remy Leone (Inria - EVA team), Xavier Vilajosana (Univ. Oberta de Catalunya), and Thomas Watteyne (Inria - EVA team)


13:30-14:15	Demo session
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Demo: "Opportunistic IoT for Monitoring of Grazing Cattle"
Anders Lindgren (SICS Swedish ICT), Alisher Zaitov (KTH), and Belin Siderov Mitkov (KTH)

Demo: "SierraNet: Monitoring the Snow Pack in the Sierra Nevada"
Keoma Brun-Laguna (Inria - EVA team), Carlos Oroza (UC Berkeley), Ziran Zhang (UC Berkeley), Sami Malek (UC Berkeley), Thomas Watteyne (Inria - EVA team), and Steven Glaser (UC Berkeley)

Demo: "Using the HINT Network Emulator to Develop Opportunistic Applications"
Antoine Auger (ISAE-SUPAERO and Universite de Toulouse), Gwilherm Baudic (ISAE-SUPAERO and Universite de Toulouse), Victor Ramiro (ISAE-SUPAERO and Universite de Toulouse), and Emmanuel Lochin (ISAE-SUPAERO and Universite de Toulouse)

Demo: "Here&Now: Data-centric local social interactions through opportunistic networks"
Teemu Karkkainen (Technical University of Munich), Jorg Ott (Technical University of Munich), Lorenzo Valerio (IIT-CNR), Paul Houghton (Futurice Oy - Futurice GmbH), and Andrea Passarella (IIT-CNR)


14:15-15:30	The role of cellular networks in DTN
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"Streaming Content from a Vehicular Cloud"
Luigi Vigneri (EURECOM), Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (EURECOM), and Chadi Barakat (EURECOM)

"Filling the Gaps: On the Completion of Sparse Call Detail Records for Mobility Analysis"
Sahar Hoteit (INRIA), Guangshuo Chen (INRIA), Aline Viana (INRIA), and Marco Fiore (CNR)

"Soft Cache Hits and the Impact of Alternative Content Recommendations on Mobile Edge Caching"
Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (EURECOM) and Pavlos Sermpezis (FORTH)


15:45-17:00	Delay-tolerant IoT
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"Performance Implications for IoT over Information Centric Networks"
Akhila Rao (SICS Swedish ICT), Anders Lindgren (SICS Swedish ICT), and Olov Schelen (Lulea University of Technology)

"MobCCN: a CCN-compliant protocol for data collection with opportunistic contacts in IoT environments"
Eleonora Borgia (IIT-CNR), Raffaele Bruno (IIT-CNR), and Andrea Passarella (IIT-CNR)

"Beacon Trains: Blazing a Trail through Dense BLE Environments"
Robin Kravets (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Albert Harris (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and Roy Want (Google, Inc.)


17:00-17:50	Connecting DTNs
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"Connected Placement of Disaster Shelters in Modern Cities"
Huanyang Zheng (Temple University) and Jie Wu (Temple University)

"Towards Even Coverage Monitoring with Opportunistic Sensor Networks"
Hjalmar Wennerstrom (Uppsala University) and Christian Rohner (Uppsala University)


17:50-18:00	Closing remarks

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