MobiCom 2016 / New York, USA / TBA, 2016
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 Call for Demos and Exhibits 


The MobiCom demo sessions feature works-in-progress that are broadly of interest to mobile computing community. Demonstrations should be innovative research prototypes, platforms and applications that are related to the practice of mobile computing or wireless and mobile networking. We strongly encourage demos based on novel applications in the domain of mobile computing and wireless systems. Please refer to the main conference introduction and CFP for the general areas.

   Why should you submit a Demo or Exhibit? 

Presenting a demo is a great opportunity, especially for students, to obtain interesting and valuable feedback on ongoing research from the knowledgeable crowd at the conference. Accepted demos will be published as a three-page abstract for the archived conference proceedings and the ACM digital library.

   What to Submit? 

Please submit a proposal of your demo or exhibit. It should be a summary or extended abstract describing the research to be presented, maximum 3 pages in US letter size (8.5 x 11 inches) with fonts no smaller than 10 point size, in PDF file format. Make sure the proposal will include:

  • The names, affiliations, and email addresses of the authors.
  • Equipment to be used for the demo.
  • Space needed and setup time required.
  • Additional facilities needed including power and Internet/wireless access.

The MobiCom 2016 Demo committee will review all submissions. Once the demo is accepted, we will post the submission (summary and video) on the conference website and publish it in the main conference proceedings and the ACM digital library.

All demos will be considered for the Best Demo Award. A committee will decide about the winner on-site after evaluating all demo presentations.

   Where to Submit? 

In order to submit your Demo or Exhibit proposal to Mobicom 2015 for review, please proceed through the following steps:

  1. To submit your Demo or Exhibit proposal to MobiCom 2016 for review, please send the PDF file to this email address:
  2. Set the email subject to: "MobiCom 2016 demo submission"

   Important Dates 

Submissions deadline:   July 22, 2016 (11:59 PM EST)
Notification: July 29, 2016
Camera-ready: August 5, 2016

   Accepted Demos 

  • Passive Sensor Tags : Carlos PZrez-Penichet:Uppsala University; Frederik Hermans:Uppsala University; Ambuj Varshney:Uppsala University; Thiemo Voigt:Uppsala University
  • ACEMAN: Automated Customer Driven Cellular Service Management : Ruirui Li:University of California Los Angeles; Xinxin Huang:University of California Los Angeles; Shuo Song:University of California Los Angeles;Jia Wang:AT&T Lab Research; Wei Wang:University of California Los Angeles
  • LiTell: Indoor Localization Using Unmodified Light Fixtures and Camphones : Chi Zhang:University of Wisconsin - Madison; Xinyu Zhang:University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Tracking Orientation of Batteryless Object using RFID Tags : Teng Wei:University of Wisconsin - Madison; Xinyu Zhang:University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • OpenMili: a Software Radio Platform for 60 GHz Communications and Wireless Sensing : Jialiang Zhang:University of Wisconsin-Madison; Xinyu Zhang:University of Wisconsin-Madison; Pushkar Kulkarni:University of Wisconsin-Madison; Parameswaran Ramanathan:University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Making Sense of Mechanical Vibration with COTS RFID Systems : Lei Yang:The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Repeatable mobile networking research with PHANTOMNET : Junguk Cho:University of Utah; Jonathan Duerig:University of Utah; Eric Eide:University of Utah; Binh Nguyen:University of Utah; Robert Ricci:University of Utah;Aisha Syed:University of Utah; Jacobus Van der Merwe:University of Utah; Kirk Webb:University of Utah; Gary Wong:University of Utah
  • CAT: Accurate Audio-Based Tracking : Wenguang Mao:The University of Texas at Austin; Jian He:The University of Texas at Austin; Huihuang Zheng:The University of Texas at Austin; Zaiwei Zhang:The University of Texas at Austin; Lili Qiu:The University of Texas at Austin
  • Real-Time Hidden Acoustic Signal Capture with Smartphones : Qian Wang:Wuhan University, P. R. China; Kui Ren:The State University of New York at Buffalo; Man Zhou:Wuhan University, P. R. China; Tao Lei:Wuhan University, P. R. China;Dimitrios Koutsonikolas:The State University of New York at Buffalo; Lu Su:The State University of New York at Buffalo
  • The DarkLight Rises: Visible Light Communication in the Dark : Zhao Tian:Dartmouth College, Hanover; Kevin Wrighty:Dartmouth College, Hanover; Xia Zhou:Dartmouth College, Hanover
  • Device-Free Gesture Tracking Using Acoustic Signals : Wei Wang:Nanjing University, China; Alex X. Liuy:Michigan State University, USA ; Ke Sun:Nanjing University, China
  • FMNC - Rapid and Accurate Wifi Characterization : Lixing Song: University of Notre Dame; Aaron Striegel: University of Notre Dame
  • A Framework for Collaborative Sensing and Processing of Mobile Data Streams : Songchun Fan:Duke University; Theodoros Salonidis:IBM T.J. Watson Research; Benjamin Lee:Duke University
  • In-device Runtime Cellular Network Information Extraction and Analysis : Yuanjie Li:University of California, Los Angeles; Zengwen Yuan:University of California, Los Angeles; Haotian Deng:The Ohio State University; Amber Xiangli:The University of Nottingham; Chunyi Peng:The Ohio State University; Songwu Lu:University of California, Los Angeles
  • ACACIA Context-aware Edge Computing for Continuous Interactive Applications over Mobile Networks : Junguk Cho:University of Utah; Karthikeyan Sundaresan:NEC Laboratories America, Inc.; Rajesh Mahindra:NEC Laboratories America, Inc.; Jacobus Van Der Merwe:University of Utah; Sampath Rangarajan:NEC Laboratories America, Inc.
  • VibKeyboard: Virtual Keyboard on Ubiquitous Surfaces Leveraging Physical Vibration : Jian Liu:Stevens Institute of Technology; Yingying Chen:Stevens Institute of Technology; Marco Gruteser:Rutgers University
  • HearHere: Smartphone based Audio Localization Using Time Difference of Arrival : Ellington Kirby:Binghamton University; Seoyoon Park:Binghamton University; Yan Wang:Binghamton University; Yingying Chen:Stevens Institute of Technology
  • WiART: Visualize and Interact with Wireless Networks using Augmented Reality : Danh H. Nguyen:Drexel University; James Chacko:Drexel University; Logan Henderson:Drexel University; Anton Paatelma:University of Oulu; Harri Saarnisaari:University of Oulu; Nagarajan Kandasamy:Drexel University; Kapil R. Dandekar::Drexel University
  • GENI Wireless Testbed: A flexible open ecosystem for wireless communications research : Abhimanyu Gosain:Raytheon BBN Technologies; Ivan Seskar:Rutgers University
  • JoyTag: a battery-less videogame controller exploiting RFID backscattering : Gaia Maselli:Sapienza University of Rome; Mauro Piva:Sapienza University of Rome; Giorgia Ramponi:Sapienza University of Rome; Deepak Ganesan:University of Massachusetts,Amherst

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