The following demos are scheduled to be presented at MobiCom 2009:
- iBrush: Writing Chinese Characters with Flashlight Flashlight and
Wireless Sensor Grid,
Wenchang Zhou, and
Tao Li (Nanjing University, China);
Panlong Yang (Institute of Communication Engineering, China); and
Xiaobing Wu and
Guihai Chen (Nanjing University, Nanjing, China)
- Lossless Handover with n-casting between WiFi-WiMAX on OpenRoads,
Kok-Kiong Yap and
Te-Yuan Huang (Stanford University, USA);
Masayoshi Kobayashi (NEC System Platforms Labs, USA);
Michael Chan (Stanford University, USA);
Rob Sherwood (Deutsche Telekom R&D Lab, USA); and
Guru Parulkar and
Nick McKeown (Stanford University, USA)
- A Wake-On Sensor Network,
Gang Lu and
Wenzhan Song (Washington Sate University, USA)
- Efficient Service Discovery in Sensor Networks using VCP,
Reinhard German, and
Falko Dressler (University of Erlangen, Germany)
- A Peer-to-Peer-Based Traffic Information System,
Bjoern Scheuermann, and
Martin Mauve (Heinrich Heine University of Duesseldorf, Germany)
- MoViShare: Building Location-Aware Mobile Social Networks for
Zonggao Jia, and
Jiangchuan Liu (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
- A Complete WIA-PA Network and its Adaptive
Wei Liang (Shenyang Institute of Automation, China)
- High-Performance SWR Base Station and Wireless Network Cloud over
General Multi-Core IT Platform,
Rong Yan, and
Wei Xie (IBM Research Lab, China);
Kuan Feng (IBM China System and Technology Lab, China); and
Parul Gupta and
Smruti R. Sarangi (IBM Research Lab, India)
- Reconfigurable Framework for Adaptive OFDM Transmission,
Rudolf Mathar (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
- Soft-LTE: A Software Radio Implementation of 3GPP Long Term
Evolution Based on Sora Platform,
Yuxiang Li (Beijing University of Post and Telecommunication, China);
Ji Fang (Beijing Jiaotong University, China);
Kun Tan and
Jiansong Zhang (Microsoft Research Asia, China); and
Qimei Cui and
Xiaofeng Tao (Beijing University of Post and Telecommunication, China)
- Distributed TDMA MAC Protocol Implementation with
OLSR on Linux Enriched WARP,
Matti Raustia, and
Markku Jokinen (University of Oulu, Finland)
- Mister X - An Innovative Location-Based Multiplayer Game,
Yuri Veremeyenko, and
Armin B. Cremers (University of Bonn, Germany); and
Katja Henke, and
Daniel von Heynitz (Telekom Laboratories, Germany)
- zBridge: Enabling a Mobile Workspace in your Hand,
Yunxin Liu (Microsoft Research Asia and
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China),
Yongqiang Xiong (Microsoft Research Asia, China),
Mingfei Guo (Microsoft Research Asia and
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China),
Yuanhe Huang (Microsoft Research Asia and
Tsinghua University, China), and
Hyukjae Jang (Microsoft Research Asia, China, and
- A Slicing Scheme for Efficient Use of Testbed's Resources,
Thanasis Korakis, and
Leandros Tassiulas (University of Thessaly, Greece)
- Capacity Estimation and Adaptation in Cognitive Radio Networks:
Software Defined Radios in Action,
Antonio Gerco, and
Thomas Milcher (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
- DNIS: Dynamic Multiple Network Interface Scheduler,
Mahmoud Fouad, and
Moustafa Youssef (Nile University, Egypt)
- Interference Mitigation in WiFi Networks using Multi-Sector Antennas,
Henrik Lundgren (Thomson, USA);
Anand Subramanian (Stony Brook University, USA); and
Marianna Carrera, and
Pascal Le Guyadec (Thomson, USA)
- P2P-Based Mobile IPTV in WLANs: Pseudo Multicast Capability,
Hayoung Yoon and
Jongryool Kim (GIST, Korea);
Robert Hsieh (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore); and
JongWon Kim (GIST, Korea)
|| Logistics for Demo Presenters
Each demo will be placed on a table with size 0.4m×1.8m,
and we will offer one 4-socket power strip for each demo,
with 220V power supply.
Additional tables will be available based on actual needs.
The demo room has Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) access,
shared by all attendees.
Please email our demo coordinator,
Mo Li (email@example.com),
if you have any special requirements.
The best way to bring equipments you need for your demo
to Beijing is to carry with you.
If it is small,
put it in your luggage and you don't need to declare it.
If you do need to declare something,
make sure you state that the purpose is for academic exhibition and
that you will take the equipment out of China with you within 1 month.
You may still need to pay a deposit equal to the custom tariff,
so please bring documents to establish the value of your equipment.
You can get the tariff back when you take the equipment out of China,
but you must follow the instruction on how to do that.
If you choose to send your equipment using some shipping company,
and if the value is higher than RMB 5000 (approximately 750 USD),
you need to declare it to Customs.
You may consult with your shipper to see if
they provide this kind of service.
Or you may contact Beijing Yan-Huang Zhenguo Customs Brokering Co., Ltd
a bi-lingual professional agency specialized in China customs service,
but you will need to pay for the service fee.
please contact with Mr. Zhao at
If you need ship equipment to the hotel, please ship to
Recipient's contact information:
(Attn: MobiCom 2009 - YOUR NAME)
InterContinental Hotel Beichen
8, Beichen West Road
Beijing 100105, P.R. China
You are welcome to use an A0-sized poster to help with
presenting your demonstration.
We do plan to provide an easel for you to place your poster on.
You can bring your poster with you,
or you can print it in Beijing.
There are a few
Kinko's stores in Beijing.
The BJ02 location is probably the closest to the conference venue.
The demo session starts at 3:30pm on Tuesday September 22.
Please plan to use some time during lunch and/or the afternoon paper session
to set up your demo.
The location of each demo will be included in the registration
package that you will pick up at the conference site.
|| Original Call for Demos
The original Call for Demos is still