MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018
MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018
MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018
MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018
MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018
MobiCom 2018 / New Delhi, India / Oct-Nov, 2018

 

 Call for Demos and Exhibits 

 

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The MobiCom demo session solicits the submission of research, platform, and product demonstrations and exhibits from both academia and industry.

Demonstrations should showcase innovative research or product prototypes, platforms, and applications in the areas of mobile computing and wireless and mobile networking. We strongly encourage live​ demos based on novel applications in the domain of mobile computing and wireless systems. We also welcome live​ demos reproducing evaluation results of papers appearing in ACM Mobicom 2018 or past editions as well as other relevant venues.

Please refer to the main conference introduction and CFP for the general areas that are relevant to the typical MobiCom audience.


   Why should you submit a Demo or Exhibit? 

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

The MobiCom 2018 Demo committee will review all submissions to select the accepted demos. All accepted demos will be considered for the Best Demo Award. A committee will decide the winner on-site after evaluating all demo presentations.

   Where and What to Submit? 

Please submit a proposal of your demo or exhibit at https://mobicom18demos.hotcrp.com/. 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. Please ensure that the proposal includes:

  • The names, affiliations, and email addresses of the authors.
  • Equipment to be used for the demo. Check default setup below.
  • Space needed and setup time required.
  • Additional facilities needed including estimated power connections needed for the demo, special environments and tools, Internet access, physical space requirements, etc.

   Default Setup 

The following default setup will be available for each demo:

  • A single 6 x 2.5 ft table
  • Extension power cable/multi-point (the organizers would highly appreciate if suitable power adapters are brought by the participants. India uses a 220V/5A power supply with Indian power sockets though in some cases the power sockets might allow for US style power plugs).
  • A single easel for displaying any related poster that must be of size 3x4ft in portrait mode.
   Important Dates 

Submissions deadline:   July 27, 2018 August 10, 2018 (Hard Deadline)
Notification of Acceptance: August 24, 2018> August 16, 2018
Camera-ready: August 31, 2018> August 20, 2018 (Hard Deadline)
Event date: 6 PM - 8 PM, October 30, 2018

   Contact 

For further questions, please contact the Demo chair:
Amit Kumar Saha (CISCO, India)

   Important Notes 

AUTHORS TAKE NOTE: The official publication date is the date the proceedings are made available in the ACM Digital Library. This date may be up to two weeks prior to the first day of your conference. The official publication date affects the deadline for any patent filings related to published work. (For those rare conferences whose proceedings are published in the ACM Digital Library after the conference is over, the official publication date remains the first day of the conference.)

   Awards 

Best Demo Award - Winner:

  • Combating Caller ID Spoofing on 4G Phones Via CEIVE by Haotian Deng and Chunyi Peng – Purdue University
  • Linux Goes Apple Picking: Cross-Platform Ad hoc Communication with Apple Wireless Direct Link by Milan Stute, David Kreitschmann, and Matthias Hollick – Technische Universität Darmstadt
Best Demo Award - Runner Up:
  • Near-Field Identification of UHF RFIDs with WiFi! by Zhenlin An, Qiongzheng Lin, and Lei Yang – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

   Accepted Demos 

  1. RainbowLight: Design and Implementation of a Low Cost Ambient Light Positioning System : Lingkun Li (Tsinghua University), Pengjin Xie(Tsinghua University), Jiliang Wang(Tsinghua University)    
  2. DNA-C as a Platform : Prabhu S (Cisco Systems India Pvt Ltd), Laxmi Mukund (Cisco Systems India Pvt Ltd), Biju Raju (Cisco Systems India Pvt Ltd)    
  3. Mitigating Multiple Narrowband Interferers in SDR IEEE 802.11g Diversity Receiver : Sumit Kumar (Eurocom Broadcast), Florian Kaltenberger (Eurocom Broadcast)    
  4. RF-iCare: An RFID-based Approach for Infusion Status Monitoring : Keyan Zhang (Nanjing University), Bingbing He (Nanjing University), Lei Xie (Nanjing University), Yanling Bu (Nanjing University), Chuyu Wang (Nanjing University), Sanglu Lu (Nanjing University)    
  5. Tile-Based Viewport-Adaptive Panoramic Video Streaming on Smartphones : Feng Qian (Indiana University), Bo Han (AT&T Labs - Research), Qingyang Xiao (Indiana University), Vijay Gopalakrishnan (AT&T Labs -- Research)    
  6. Linux Goes Apple Picking: Cross-Platform Ad hoc Communication with Apple Wireless Direct Link : Milan Stute (Technische Universität Darmstadt), David Kreitschmann (Technische Universität Darmstadt), Matthias Hollick (Technische Universität Darmstadt)    
  7. Elixir: Efficient Data Transfer in WiFi-based IoT nodes: Dheryta Jaisinghani (IIIT-Delhi, India), Gursimran Singh (IIIT-Delhi, India), Harish Fulara (IIIT-Delhi, India), Mukulika Maity (IIIT-Delhi, India), Vinayak Naik (IIIT-Delhi, India)    
  8. Near-Field Identification of UHF RFIDs with WiFi!: Zhenlin An (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Qiongzheng Lin (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Lei Yang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)    
  9. Low Latency Mobile Augmented Reality with Flexible Tracking: Wenxiao Zhang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Bo Han (AT&T Labs -- Research), Pan Hui (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)    
  10. E-Witness - Preserve and Prove Forensic Soundness of Digital Evidence : Priyanka Samanta (The Graduate Center of CUNY), Shweta Jain (CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice)    
  11. EasyGO: A Rapid Indoor Navigation and Evacuation System Using Smartphones through Internet of Things Technologies:: Lien-Wu Chen (Feng Chia University), Jun-Xian Liu (Feng Chia University)    
  12. COIN by SenseGiz : Abhishek Latthe (SenseGiz)    
  13. HAMS: Driver and Driving Monitoring using a Smartphone: Akshay Uttama Nambi S N (MSR India), Venkat Padmanabhan (MSR India)    
  14. MegaSense: Megacity-scale Accurate Air Quality Sensing with the Edge: Eemil Lagerspetz (Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland), Samu Varjonen (Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland), Francesco Concas (Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland), Julien Mineraud (Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland), Sasu Tarkoma (Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland)"    
  15. Combating Caller ID Spoofing on 4G Phones Via CEIVE: Haotian Deng (Purdue University), Chunyi Peng (Purdue University)    
  16. Android Resists Liberation from Its Primary Use Case: Noah Klugman (University of California, Berkeley), Meghan Clark (University of California, Berkeley), Pat Pannuto (University of California, Berkeley), Prabal Dutta (University of California, Berkeley)    
  17. A Software-Defined Radio for Wireless Brain Implants Network: Haili Cai (University of California, San Diego), Mustafa Lokhandwala (University of California, San Diego), Joey Zhu (University of California, San Diego), Chester Kilfoyle (Brown University), Jihun Lee (Brown University), Lawrence Larson (Brown University), Arto Nurmikko (Brown University), Farah Laiwalla (Brown University), Vincent W. Leung (University of California, San Diego)    
  18. Design and Implementation of LTE Advanced Underlay Device to Device Communication Framework: Khagendra Joshi (IIITD), Vivek Ashok Bohara (IIITD), Parag Aggarwal (IIITD)    
  19. Optical Wireless Communication "Li-Fi" Demonstration_Velmenni : Deepak Solanki (Velmenni Research & Development)    
  20. Minion – The World’s Smallest Energy Auditor: Gokul Shrinivas (MinionLabs)    
  21. Data over sound for near-field communication using adaptive joint synchronization and equalization : Mrigesh Parashar (TrillBit), Roopashree Jain (TrillBit)


   Demo Program Committee 
Abhijit Mitra IIIT Delhi, India
Amit Saha Cisco Systems, Bangalore, India
Nova Ahmed North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Saikat Guha Microsoft Research
Xiaoxi Zhang Carnegie Mellon University, USA


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