Call For Participation: HotEmNets 2008

Call For Participation: HotEmNets 2008

Post by stoler » Mon, 12 May 2008 00:05:06


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The Fifth Workshop on Embedded Networked Sensors (HotEmNets 2008)

June 2-3, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.

In Cooperation with ACM SIGBED and SIGMOBILE

The Fifth Workshop on Embedded Networked Sensors (HotEmNets 2008) brings
together wireless sensor network researchers from academic and
industrial backgrounds to present ground breaking results that will shed
light on present and future research challenges. The workshop emphasizes
results from experiments or deployments that quantify the challenges in
the wireless sensor systems of today as well as early results from new
ideas that introduce promising approaches that will define the
challenges in the wireless sensor systems of tomorrow.

The detailed list of talks are as follows:

[S1: Application]
SPOTLIGHT: Personal Natural Resource Consumption Profiler
The Second Life of a Sensor: Integrating Real-world Experience in
Virtual Worlds using Mobile Phones
RACNet: Understanding the Cooling Genome of Data Centers

[S2: Localization and Service]
Towards Precise Indoor RF Localization
A Microscopic Examination of an RSSI-Signature-Based Indoor Localization
Event-triggered Location Aware Data Services in Mobile WSN

[S3: Tools]
A Global-State Perspective on Sensor Network Debugging
The Case for Predicate-Oriented Debugging of Sensornets
Parsimonious Mobility Classification using GSM and WiFi Traces

[S4: Wireless Links]
DUCHY: Double Cost Field Hybrid Link Estimation for Low-Power Wireless
Sensor Networks
Towards Short-Term Wireless Link Quality Estimation
Wireless Sensor Networking for "Hot" Applications

[S5: Communication]
On Using Weather Information for Efficient Remote Data Collection in WSN
Approaching the Maximum 802.15.4 Multi-hop Throughput
Energy-Reliability Trade-offs in Sensor Networks

[S6: Programming]
A Filesystem Interface for Sensor Networks
Getting TinyOS and NesC Ready for Prime Time
Mobile Virtual Sensors: A Scalable Programming and Execution Framework
for Smart Surveillance

[S7: System Architecture]
A Foundation for Interoperable Sensor Networks with Internet Bridging
PIP Tags: Hardware Design and Power Optimization
Pixie: An Operating System for Resource-Aware Programming of Embedded

Please check the workshop URLs for timing information and further
details on the program, accommodation and registration.

General Chair
John A. Stankovic University of Virginia

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