ACM SIGMOBILE - Mobihoc 2011 - Paris France - May 16-20

MobiHoc 2011 Technical Program

Technical Program

(The program is available as pdf file or as html without frames [overview, may 17, may 18, may 19],
and the conference poster as pdf file or png file)

Note: Social Event description is available

Monday, May 16 (Workshops and Tutorials Venue - here)
MorningAfternoon Workshops and Tutorials
Tuesday, May 17 (Main Conference Venue - here)
08:30 AM09:00 AM Welcome and addresses
09:00 AM10:00 AM Keynote speech by Prof. Hari Balakrishnan, MIT
Title: Sense and Sensibility for Mobile Networks
10:00 AM10:30 AM Coffee Break
10:30 AM12:00 PM Session: Routing
12:00 PM01:30 PM Lunch
01:30 PM03:30 PM Session: Applications
03:30 PM04:00 PM Coffee Break
04:00 PM05:30 PM Session: Cognitive Radios and Spectrum Access
Wednesday, May 18
08:30 AM09:00 AM Welcome, Technical Program Chair addresses
09:00 AM10:00 AM Keynote speech 2 by Prof. Jean Walrand, UC Berkeley
Title: Distributed Wireless Protocols: A Review
10:00 AM10:30 AM Coffee Break
10:30 AM12:30 PM Session: Network Coverage
12:30 PM02:00 PM Lunch
02:00 PM03:00 PM Session: Reliability and Security
03:00 PM03:30 PM Coffee Break
03:30 PM04:30 PM Poster Session
04:30 PM05:30 PM Session: Mobility and DTNs
08:00 PM11:00 PM Social Event
Thrusday, May 19
08:30 AM09:00 AM Welcome
9:00 AM10:00 AM Session: Scheduling and Optimization
10:00 AM10:30 AM Coffee Break
10:30 AM12:00 PM Session: Energy Efficiency I
12:00 PM01:30 PM Lunch
01:30 PM02:30 PM Session: Energy Efficiency II
02:30 PM03:00 PM Coffee Break
04:00 PM Closing

 

Mobihoc 2011 Advance Program

Monday, May 16 (Workshops and Tutorials Venue - here)
Tuesday, May 17 (Main Conference Venue - here)

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM Welcome ; Opening Addresses:

  • Isabelle Ryl (Director of INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt)
  • Philippe Jacquet (General Chair)

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Plenary Talk

Keynote speech by Prof. Hari Balakrishnan, MIT
Title: Sense and Sensibility for Mobile Networks

Abstract: "Truly mobile" devices such as smartphones and pads/tablets are rapidly becoming the dominant mode of Internet access. People use these devices in a wide range of locations and movement conditions, often in quick succession. The richness and diversity of operating conditions poses a significant challenge for wireless network protocols, which must adapt to the conditions at hand. In this talk, it will be discussed how wireless network protocols can become smarter and operate more sensibly by incorporating external sensory informa- tion. The talk will make the case for a sensor-augmented protocol architecture for mobile networks, giving specific examples and outlining several open problems.

This talk is largely based on joint work with Lenin Ravindranath, Sam Madden, and Calvin Newport.

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Coffee Break

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Session: Routing

Session Chair: Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (Eurecom, France)

  • Deterministic Greedy Routing with Guaranteed Delivery in 3D Wireless Sensor Networks
    Su Xia (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), Xiaotian Yin (Stony Brook University), Hongyi Wu (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), Miao Jin (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), David Gu (Stony Brook University)
  • Optimized Overlay-based Opportunistic Routing
    Mi Kyung Han (University of Texas at Austin), Apurv Bhartia (University of Texas at Austin), Lili Qiu (University of Texas at Austin), Eric Rozner (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Neighbor Discovery in Wireless Networks with Multipacket Reception
    Wei Zeng (University of Connecticut), Xian Chen (University of Connecticut), Alexander Russell (University of Connecticut), Sudarshan Vasudevan (Bell Labs), Bing Wang (University of Connecticut), Wei Wei (University of Massachusetts)

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM Lunch

01:30 PM - 03:30 PM Session: Applications

Session Chair: Emmanuel Baccelli (INRIA)

  • Broadcasting Delay-Constrained Traffic over Unreliable Wireless Links with Network Coding
    I-Hong Hou (CSL and Dept. of CS, University of Illinois), P.R. Kumar (CSL and Dept. of ECE, University of Illinois)
  • OmniVoice: A Mobile Voice Solution for Small-scale Enterprises
    Nabeel Ahmed (MIT), Srinivasan Keshav (University of Waterloo), Konstantina Papagiannaki (Intel Research Pittsburgh)
  • Enabling Coexistence of Heterogeneous Wireless Systems: Case for ZigBee and WiFi
    Xinyu Zhang (University of Michigan), Kang G. Shin (University of Michigan)
  • The Hare and the Tortoise: Taming Wireless Losses by Exploiting Wired Reliability
    Anirudh Badam (Princeton University), Dongsu Han (Carnegie Mellon University), David G. Andersen (Carnegie Mellon University), Michael Kaminsky (Intel Labs Pittsburgh), Konstantina Papagiannaki (Intel Labs Pittsburgh), Srinivasan Seshan (Carnegie Mellon University)

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Coffee Break

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Session: Cognitive Radios and Spectrum Access

Session chair: Dina Papagianakis (Intel Labs, USA)

  • A Market-Clearing Model for Spectrum Trade in Cognitive Radio Networks
    Sang-Seon Byun (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Ilangko Balasingham (Rikshospitalet University Hospital), Athanasios Vasilakos (University of Western Macedonia)
  • Truthful Auction for Cooperative Communications
    Dejun Yang (Arizona State University), Xi Fang (Arizona State University), Guoliang Xue (Arizona State University)
  • Non-cooperative Spectrum Access - The Dedicated vs. Free Spectrum Choice
    Krishna Jagannathan (MIT), Ishai Menache (MIT), Eytan Modiano (MIT), Gil Zussman (Columbia University)
Wednesday, May 18

8:30 AM - 09:00 AM Welcome, Technical Program Chair addresses:

  • Dina Papagiannaki, Intel Labs Pittsburgh, USA
  • Devavrat Shah, MIT, USA

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Plenary Talk
Session Chair: Philippe Jacquet (INRIA, France).

Keynote speech by Prof. Jean Walrand, UC Berkeley
Title: Distributed Wireless Protocols: A Review

Abstract: This talk reviews recent results on distributed wireless protocols and explains the main ideas behind their throughput and delay properties. Using a simple example, the intuition behind the throughput-optimality of CSMA for one-hop flows is explained. The method for analyzing the average delays is explained on that example. The interaction with congestion control is then discussed. The next step is the integration of routing with the MAC and Transport protocol. Recent results on delays are then discussed. The talk concludes with a discussion of open problems and research directions.

This talk is based on the work of many colleagues and in part on the recent monograph: Libin Jiang and Jean Walrand, "Scheduling and Congestion Control for Communication and Processing Networks" (Morgan-Claypool, 2010).

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Coffee Break

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Session: Network Coverage

Session Chair: Jean Walrand (University of California Berkeley, USA)

  • Wireless Coverage with Disparate Ranges
    Pengjun Wan (IIT), XiaoHua Xu (IIT), Zhu Wang (IIT)
  • Barrier coverage in camera sensor networks
    Yi Wang (Pennsylvania State University), Guohong Cao (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Local Connectivity Tests to Identify Wormholes in Wireless Networks
    Xiaomeng Ban (Stony Brook University), Rik Sarkar (Freie Universität Berlin), Jie Gao (Stony Brook University)
  • UNFOLD: UNiform Fast On-Line boundary Detection for Dynamic 3D Wireless Sensor Networks
    Feng LI (Nanyang Technological University), Jun LUO (Nanyang Technological University), Chi ZHANG (Zhejiang University), Shiqing XIN (Nanyang Technological University), Ying HE (Nanyang Technological University)

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Lunch

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Session: Reliability and Security

Session Chair: Xiaomeng Ban (Stony Brook University)

  • Self-Stabilizing Leader Election for Single-Hop Wireless Networks Despite Jamming
    Andrea Richa (ASU), Christian Scheideler (Uni Paderborn), Stefan Schmid (T-Labs / TU Berlin), Jin Zhang (ASU)
  • Towards Cheat-Proof Cooperative Relay for Cognitive Radio Networks
    Haifan Yao (SUNY at Buffalo), Sheng Zhong (SUNY at Buffalo)

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Coffee Break

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Poster Session

Session Chair: Cédric Adjih (INRIA, France)

  • W^3-Privacy: the three dimensions of user privacy in LBS
    Pablo A. Perez Martinez and Agusti Solanas (Universitat Rovira i Virgili Taragona, Catalonia, Spain)
  • On the impact of router's mobility on substitution networks
    Karen Miranda and Tahiry Razafindralambo (INRIA Lille-Nord Europe)
  • A statistical region-based compressive sensing indoor path-tracking system
    Dimitris Milioris (INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt)
  • Local capacity of wireless networks what can we expect beyond slotted ALOHA
    Philippe Jacquet and Salman Malik (INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt)
  • Impact of 802.11n Link Layer Parameters on Application Performance
    Lito Kriara, Mujahid Al-Adhami and Mahesh K. Marina (The University of Edinburgh, UK)
  • Emulation of large scale wireless sensor networks: from real neighbors to imaginary destination
    Jovan Radak (INRIA Lille-Nord Europe), Bogdan Pavkovic, Franck Rousseau, (University of Grenoble, France) Ivan Stojmenovic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
  • TABA: A Channel Selection Algorithm for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks
    Yasir Faheem, Saadi Boudjit (Université Paris 13, France)

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Session: Mobility and DTNs

Session chair: Christian Scheideler (Uni Paderborn, Germany)

  • Dispatch-and-Search: Dynamic Multi-Ferry Control in Partitioned Mobile Networks
    Ting He (IBM Research), Ananthram Swami (US Army Research Lab), Kang-Won Lee (IBM Research)
  • Putting Contacts into Context: Mobility Modeling beyond Inter-Contact Times
    Theus Hossmann (ETH Zurich), Thrasyvoulos Spyropoulos (Eurecom), Franck Legendre (ETH Zurich)

8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Social Event

Social Event: Diner Cruise Bleu Seine, boat cruise with cocktail and dinner

Thrusday, May 19

8:30 AM - 09:00 AM Welcome

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Session: Scheduling and Optimization

Session chair: Pascale Minet (INRIA, France)

  • Towards Optimal Rate Allocation of Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Lu Su (UIUC), Yan Gao (UIUC), Yong Yang (UIUC), Guohong Cao (PSU)
  • Scheduling Algorithms for Video Multicasting with Channel Diversity in Wireless OFDMA Networks
    Karthikeyan Sundaresan (NEC Labs America), Sampath Rangarajan (NEC Labs America)

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Coffee Break

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Session: Energy Efficiency I

Session chair: Karthikeyan Sundaresan(NEC Labs, USA)

  • Utility Optimal Scheduling in Energy Harvesting Networks
    Longbo Huang (University of Southern California), Michael J. Neely (University of Southern California)
  • Turning off Radios to Save Power in Multi-Radio Wireless Mesh Networks
    Stefano Avallone (University of Naples)
  • EM-MAC: A Dynamic Multichannel Energy-Efficient MAC Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Lei Tang (Rice University), Yanjun Sun (Texas Instruments), Omer Gurewitz (Ben Gurion University), David B. Johnson (Rice University)

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Lunch

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Session: Energy Efficiency II

Session chair: Lei Tang (Rice University)

  • On Optimal Energy Efficient Convergecasting in Unreliable Sensor Networks with Applications to Target Tracking
    Srikanth Hariharan (The Ohio State University), Ness B. Shroff (The Ohio State University)
  • Energy-efficient Polling Protocols in RFID Systems
    Yan Qiao, Shigang Chen, Tao Li, Shiping Chen

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Coffee Break

4:00 PM Conference Closing