MobiHoc 2007

 

Demos and Exhibits

Proposals for research demonstrations and exhibits are strongly solicited. Research demonstrations should be innovate research prototypes that show new research related to the practice of mobile computing or wireless and mobile networking. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Architectures, protocols, and algorithms to cope with mobility, limited bandwidth, limited power and/or intermittent connectivity
  • Applications and services for mobile users
  • Fundamental aspects of mobile computing and wireless networking
  • Integration and interworking of wired and wireless networks
  • Location-dependent applications and protocols
  • Modeling, measurement and simulation aspects of mobile networks
  • Mobile ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Operating system and middleware support for mobile computing and networking
  • Performance of mobile and wireless networks and systems
  • Security, privacy, and fault-tolerance of mobile/wireless systems
  • Wireless access technologies for mobile nodes (e.g., multi-radio and mesh systems, personal area networks)
  • Implementations and experimental mobile systems

Submissions should be in PDF format and no longer than two pages. It should include a description of the demonstration, including both a 250 word abstract and a description of the underlying research contributions being demonstrated. It should also include a URL with any extra information.

Proposals should be sent by email to: Suman Banerjee with the subject "MobiCom/MobiHoc Research Demo Submission". All submissions will be acknowledged.

Students

If you have a cool demo of your ideas, come and showcase it in Mobicom/Mobihoc this year in the Student demo competition and win the best demo awards!

This year all research demo submissions with a student lead will be automatically entered into a Student Research Demo competition. The goal of this competition is to encourage students to build systems and prototypes validating their research results, and through the demo, make it more accessible to the wider community. During Mobicom/MobiHoc, all these demos will be judged by an evaluation committee and cash awards will be given to the two best demonstrations. Demos will primarily be judged on originality, execution, and illustration of the core research ideas.

Submission Instructions

Submit a summary of the proposed demo (maximum of 3 pages, including figures if needed) to the Research Demo Chair Suman Banerjee, sumancs.wisc.edu.

IMPORTANT DATES

Demo Description Submission Deadline:

 

UPDATED: June 9, 2007 (5 pm EST)

 

 

Acceptance Notifications:

June 29, 2007

 

 

Last updated 2007-01-24