Newsletter of November 2018

Upcoming SIG Events

  • ACM MobiSys 2019 will be held in Seoul, South Korea and is calling for papers with the paper registration/submission deadline on December 7/14, 2018.
  • ACM MobiCom 2019 has accepted 25 papers in the summer round and the deadline for submitting to the winter round is March 12, 2019.
  • ACM HotMobile 2019 will be held in Santa Cruz, CA, on February 27 – 28, 2019.
  • ACM MobiHoc 2019 will be held in Catania, Italy on July 2-5, 2019 and the deadline of paper submission is December 21, 2019.
  • ACM SenSys 2019 will be held in November in New York, USA.

SIG News

  • ACM MobiCom’18 was successfully held in New Delhi, India, from October 28 to November 2. It featured five keynotes (three speakers are women!), a reflection session with our new SIGMOBILE outstanding contribution award winner Teresa Meng from Stanford, a keynote from our newly minted Rockstar award winner Kyle Jamieson from Princeton, two talks on test-of-time papers, eight topic preview sessions, a panel discussion, SRC competition, a demo/poster session, and technical paper sessions. You can find videos of the keynotes, topic preview sessions, and technical sessions on the SIGMOBILE Youtube channel (MobiCom 2018 playlist).

    The conference has received considerable media coverage from outlets in India, including CNBC TV18, The Times of India, and News 18, just to name a few. Please check out the gallery at this link and on the Facebook page.

    The following papers were recognized with awards. Kudos to all the authors!

  • ACM SenSys’18 was successfully held in Shenzhen, China, from November 4 to 7. It featured two keynotes, a poster/demo session, the talk of a SIGMOBILE test-of-time paper, and technical paper sessions. Six papers were selected as best paper candidates and the best paper award winner is:

    The list of best-paper runner up can be found at this page. Congratulations to the authors!

    It also announced the winner of ACM SenSys’18 Test-of-Time Award:

    for the paper’s contribution in foreseeing that smart phones are human companions and their sensors, collectively, can be used to derive novel social behavior insights. The paper also pioneered applying machine learning across local devices and servers. Congratulations to the team for their great achievement!

  • Prof. Eyal de Lara is stepping down after almost four and a half years at the helm of GetMobile. We as a community owe him a tremendous debt of gratitude for his vision, leadership, and day-to-day perseverance in transforming MC2R into the dynamic, colorful GetMobile. He led the team to fundamentally transform MC2R from an archival journal into the flagship publication that the SIGMobile community deserves and can be proud of. We cannot thank you enough, Eyal!

    SIGMOBILE has appointed Dr. Landon Cox as the next Editor in Chief. Landon will formally take over starting with the first issue of the next year (March 2019, Vol 23, Issue 1).

  • The following two papers were selected in the latest round of research highlights:

  • SIGMOBILE’s website is finally revamped! Take a look at the new site ( and let us know what you think. We look forward to feedback and comments to further polish the site.

  • Pointers: Our social media (managed by Dr. Tadashi Okoshi) can be accessed here: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter.

Next Post Previous Post