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 Posters 


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ACM MobiCom 2018 solicits submissions for Posters Program that feature early research work and preliminary results. The MobiCom 2018 Poster Session will provide an excellent opportunity for initial feedback on your early research results and give your ongoing projects early visibility. The presenters are strongly encouraged to include their poster submission in the ACM MobiCom Student Research Competition.

Posters are solicited in all areas of mobile computing and wireless networking. Particular areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Architectures, algorithms, and protocols for 5G mobile networks
  • Communications, computing and storage solutions in machine-to-machine and device-to-device networks
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
  • Smart and Wearable computing devices
  • Software defined networking
  • Mobile edge computing and cloud computing for mobile services
  • Architectures, protocols, and algorithms to cope with mobility, limited bandwidth, limited power and/or intermittent connectivity
  • Solutions for networking and mobile services in emergency situations
  • Coexistence and synergic exploitation of heterogeneous wireless networks
  • Design, implementation, and evaluation of mobile systems and applications
  • Experimental large-scale testbeds for mobile networks
  • Fundamental understanding of mobile computing and wireless networking
  • Integration and interworking of wired-wireless networks
  • Mobile data analytics
  • Modeling, simulation/emulation, and measurement of mobile systems
  • Operating system and middleware support for mobile applications, systems, and networking
  • Performance evaluation of mobile networks, protocols, and systems
  • Security, privacy, and trustworthiness of mobile systems

   Poster Printing Instructions 

Suggested poster size is 3x3 ft, or 3x4ft in portrait orientation. By no means should it exceed 4x6ft in portrait orientation.

   Poster Submission Instructions 

  • All posters should be submitted by the submission site :
  • The submission should be formatted as a paper or extended abstract describing the research to be presented in the poster and should be submitted as a PDF file of at most 3 pages, including all figures and references.
  • Paper text blocks must follow ACM guidelines: double-column US letter size of 8.5 x 11 inches with fonts no smaller than 10 point size. The extended abstract must include the authors' names, affiliations, and email addresses. You may find these LaTeX and MS-Word templates (available at useful in complying with the above requirements, but as an author you bear the final responsibility to verify (manually or through the above online paper checker) that your submission is format-compliant.
  • Indicate whether you would like the submission to be considered for the Student Research Competition(SRC). If you would like your submission to be considered for the SRC, there is the additional need to indicate whether any of the student authors is an undergraduate student. Note that if any of the authors is a graduate student, then the submission will be considered under the graduate category. Thus, indicate your correct identifier by adding [SRC/Undergraduate] or [SRC/Graduate] in the submission title of the submission site for consideration in SRC.
  • All poster submissions will be reviewed by the Posters committee. If your submission is selected for the Posters Session, you will receive information regarding the size of the poster board, etc., so that you can prepare and produce your poster. Easels and white boards will be provided by the Conference. Once your poster is accepted, we will include the abstract of your poster on the conference website and publish it in the main proceedings and the ACM digital library.

       Important Dates 

    Poster submission deadline:   August 10, 2018 (11:59 PM EST)
    Notification: August 16, 2018
    Camera-ready: August 19, 2018
    Poster Presentation: October 30, 2018

       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.)

    For further questions, please contact the Poster co-chairs:
    Abhinav Kumar (
    Prasant Misra (

       Accepted Posters 

    1. SensingGO: Toward Mobile/Cellular Data Measurement with Social and Rewarding Activities: Yi-Hao Lin (National Chiao Tung University); Jyh-Cheng Chen (National Chiao Tung University); Chih-Yu Lin (National Chiao Tung University); Bo-Yue Su (National Chiao Tung University); Pei-Yu Lee (National Chiao Tung University)    
    2. Age-of-Information Aware Scheduling for Heterogeneous Sources: Bejjipuram Sombabu (IIT Bombay); Sharayu Moharir (IIT Bombay)    
    3. Using Barometer on Smartphones to Improve GPS Navigation Altitude Accuracy: Ping-Fan Ho (National Chiao Tung University); Chia-Che Hsu (National Chiao Tung University); Jyh-Cheng Chen (National Chiao Tung University); Tao Zhang (National Chiao Tung University); Tao Zhang (Cisco); Jyh-Cheng Chen (National Chiao Tung University)    
    4. Frame Aggregation in 802.11ac: Need for Modified Block ACK: Muhammad Inamullah (IIT Bombay); Bhaskaran Raman (IIT Bombay)    
    5. META: Memory Exploration Tool for Android Devices: Nisarg Parikh (LD College of Engineering); Varun Gohil (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar); Manu Awasthi (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar)    
    6. Redesigning MPTCP for Edge Clouds: Nitinder Mohan (University of Helsinki); Tanya Shreedhar (IIIT Delhi); Aleksandr Zavodovski (University of Helsinki); Otto Waltari (University of Helsinki); Jussi Kangasharju (University of Helsinki);Sanjit K. Kaul (IIIT Delhi)    
    7. ACP: Age Control Protocol for Minimizing Age of Information over the Internet: Tanya Shreedhar (IIIT Delhi); Sanjit K. Kaul (IIIT Delhi); Roy D. Yates (Rutgers University)    
    8. Wireless Caching in Large-scale Access Points: A Local Distributed Approach: Ge Ma (Tsinghua University); Zhi Wang (Tsinghua University); Wenwu Zhu (Tsinghua University)    
    9. Inferring Mobile Payment Passcodes Leveraging Wearable Devices: Chen Wang (WINLAB, Rutgers University); Jian Liu (WINLAB, Rutgers University); Xiaonan Guo (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis); Yan Wang (Binghamton University); Yingying Chen (WINLAB, Rutgers University)    
    10. Leveraging Breathing for Continuous User Authentication: Jian Liu (WINLAB, Rutgers University); Yudi Dong (Stevens Institute of Technology); Yingying Chen (WINLAB, Rutgers University); Yan Wang (Binghamton University); Tianming Zhao (Binghamton University)    
    11. Utilizing Social Networks Data for Trust Management in a Social Internet of Things Network: Nishit Narang (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi); Subrat Kar (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)    
    12. A SDN/NFV-Based IoT Network Slicing Creation System: Meng Wang (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications); Bo Cheng (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)    
    13. Type2Motion: Detecting Mobility Context from Smartphone Typing: Soumyajit Chatterjee (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur); Bivas Mitra (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur); Sandip Chakraborty (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur)    
    14. Maintaining UAV Stability using Low-Power WANs: Akshay Gadre (Carnegie Mellon University); Revathy Narayanan (Indian Institute of Technology Madras); Swarun Kumar (Carnegie Mellon University)    
    15. Your Heart Won't Lie: PPG-based Continuous Authentication on Wrist-worn Wearable Devices: Tianming Zhao (Binghamton University); Yan Wang (Binghamton University); Jian Liu (WINLAB, Rutgers University); Yingying Chen (WINLAB, Rutgers University)    
    16. Service Level Virtualization (SLV): A Preliminary Implementation of 3GPP Service Based Architecture (SBA): Bo-Jun Qiu (National Chiao Tung University); Yu-Sen Hsueh (National Chiao Tung University); Jyh-Cheng Chen (National Chiao Tung University); Jia-Ru Li (National Chiao Tung University); You-Min Lin (National Chiao Tung University); Ping-Fan Ho (National Chiao Tung University); Tze-Jie Tan (National Chiao Tung University)    
    17. Sparse signal recovery and energy harvesting for potential 5G applications: Neha Jain (IIIT Delhi); Vivek Ashok Bohara (IIIT Delhi); Anubha Gupta (IIIT Delhi)    
    18. Proximity detection with single-antenna IoT devices: Timothy J. Pierson (Dartmouth College); Travis Peters (Dartmouth College); Ronald Peterson (Dartmouth College); David Kotz (Dartmouth College)    
    19. An SDN Based Content Cache at the WiFi Edge: Lalhruaizela Chhangte (IITB-Monash Research Academy); D Manjunath (IIT Bombay); Nikhil Karamchandani (IIT Bombay)    
    20. iCALM : A Topology Agnostic Socio-inspired Channel Assignment Performance Prediction Metric for Mesh Networks: Srikant Manas Kala (IIT Hyderabad); Vanlin Sathya (University of Chicago); M Pavan Kumar Reddy (IIT Hyderabad); Bheemarjuna Reddy Tamma (IIT Hyderabad)    
    21. Development of an LAA-LTE Transmitter with Lightweight Wi-Fi Frame Detection: Harim Lee (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology); Hyoil Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology); Hyun Jong Yang (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)    
    22. AMuSe: An Agile Multipath TCP Scheduler for Dual-Band 802.11ad/ac Wireless LANs: Swetank Kumar Saha (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York); Shivang Aggarwal (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York); Dimitrios Koutsonikolas (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York); Joerg Widmer (IMDEA Networks Institute)    
    23. VeData: Promoting AI Assisted Autonomous Vehicles: Wei Quan (Beijing Jiaotong Univeristy); Nan Cheng (University of Waterloo); Peipei Jing (Beijing Jiaotong Univeristy); Gang Liu (Beijing Jiaotong Univeristy); Xuemin (Sherman) Shen (University of Waterloo)    
    24. SaFePlay+: A Wearable Cycling Measurement and Analysis System of Lower Limbs: Tse-Yu Lin (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Shih-Yao Wei (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Heng-Yi Chen (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Li-Yang Huang (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Chih-Yun Liu (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); An-Chun Chen (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Yin-Yu Chou (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei); Hsing-Mang Wang (Institute for Information Industry, Taipei)    
    25. Joint Data Latency and Packet Loss Optimization for Relay-Node Selection in Time-Varying IoT Networks: Surender Redhu (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur); Mukund Maheshwari (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur); Kshitij Yeotikar (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur); Rajesh M. Hegde (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur)    
    26. A Raspberry Pi Based Data-Centric MAC for Robust Multicast in Vehicular Network: Mohammed Elbadry (Stony Brook); Bing Zhou (Stony Brook); Fan Ye (Stony Brook); Peter Milder (Stony Brook); YuanYuan Yang (Stony Brook)    
    27. Networked Acoustics Around Human Ears: Sheng Shen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Nirupam Roy (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Junfeng Guan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Haitham Hassanieh (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Romit Roy Choudhury (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)    
    28. Evaluating Effectiveness of Deep Neural Network Model in Typing-based Emotion Detection on Smartphones: Surjya Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur); Niloy Ganguly (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur); Bivas Mitra (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur); Pradipta De (Georgia Southern University)    
    29. Scalable Network Slicing Architecture for 5G: Tulja Vamshi Kiran Buyakar (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Amogh PC (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Bheemarjuna Reddy Tamma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Antony Franklin A (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)    
    30. Detection of Topology Poisoning by Silent Relay Attacker in SDN: Pragati Shrivastava (IIT Hyderabad); Annanay Agarwal (IIT Hyderabad); Kotaro Kataoka (IIT Hyderabad)    
    31. A Learning Automata-based DDoS Attack Defense Mechanism in Software Defined Networks: Kshira Sagar Sahoo (NIT, Rourkela); Mayank Tiwary (Product and Innovation SAP Labs, Bangalore); Sampa Sahoo (NIT, Rourkela); Rohit Nambiar (Product and Innovation SAP Labs, Bangalore); Bibhudatta Sahoo (NIT, Rourkela); Ratnakar Dash (NIT, Rourkela)    
    32. Exploring Visible Light Communication System using RTS/CTS Mechanism for Mobile Environment: Kashi Nath Datta (NIT Durgapur); Pradipta Das (NIT Durgapur); Mousumi Saha (NIT Durgapur); Sujoy Saha (NIT Durgapur); Sandip Chakraborty (IIT Kharagpur)    
    33. A Lightweight Timestamp-based MAC Detection Scheme for XOR Network Coding in Wireless Sensor Networks: Zhongyi Zhai (Guilin University of Electronic Technology); Junyan Qian (Guilin University of Electronic Technology); Yuan Tao (Guilin University of Electronic Technology); Lingzhong Zhao (Guilin University of Electronic Technology); Bo Cheng (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications)    
    34. HISC NEMO: High Scalability in Nested Network Mobility Using Hierarchical Attachment Approach: Avijit Gayen (Indian Institute of Technology Patna); Nilotpal Chakraborty (Indian Institute of Technology Patna)    
    35. Hybrid Android Malware Detection by Combining Supervised and Unsupervised Learning: Anshul Arora (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee); Sateesh K Peddoju (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee); Vikas Chouhan (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee); Ajay Chaudhary (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee)    
    36. Your Phone Tells Us The Truth : Driver Identification Using Smart phone on One Turn: Fatemeh Tahmasbi (Binghamton University); Yan Wang (Binghamton University); Yingying Chen (Rutgers University); Marco Gruteser (Rutgers University)    
    37. Caching Static and Transient Data: R Sri Prakash (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay); Sharayu Moharir (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)    
    38. Pose-assisted Active Visual Recognition in Mobile Augmented Reality: Bing Zhou (Stony Brook University); Sinem Guven (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center); Shu Tao (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center); Fan Ye (Stony Brook University)    
    39. Magneto: Leveraging Magnetic Field Changes for Inferring Smartphone App Usage: Meenu Rani Dey (IIIT Bhubaneshwar); Satadal Sengupta (IIT Kharagpur); Bhabendu Kumar Mohanta (IIIT Bhubaneshwar); Debasish Jena (IIIT Bhubaneshwar); Sandip Chakraborty (IIT Kharagpur)    
    40. Feasibility of Desynchronization Attack in LTE/SAE Networks: Pranay Agrawal (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Abhinav Kumar (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)    
    41. Analyzing Bitrates in Modern Wi-Fi Networks: Yixuan Gao (University of Waterloo); Ali Abedi (University of Waterloo); Tim Brecht (University of Waterloo); Ramya Bhagavatula (Google)    
    42. A lightweight Mutually Authenticated Key-Agreement scheme for Wireless Body Area Networks in Internet of Things Environment: Ankur Gupta (MNIT Jaipur); Meenakshi Tripathi (MNIT Jaipur)    
    43. GPU based High Definition Parallel Video Codec Optimization in Mobile Device: Baichuan Su (Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecomm.); Bo Cheng (Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecomm.); Ming Wang (Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecomm.)    
    44. Uplink and Downlink Resource Allocation for Energy Efficient Cellular Networks with Dual Connectivity: Yoghitha Ramamoorthi (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Abhinav Kumar (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)    
    45. Bringing mmWave Communication to Raspberry Pi: Mohammad Hossein Mazaheri (University of Waterloo); Ali Abedi (University of Waterloo); Omid Abari (University of Waterloo)    
    46. Low Cost Platform Design for Pollution Measurement in Delhi-NCR using Vehicle-Mounted Sensors: Tanishka Goyal (BIT MESRA); Ankita Singh (IIEST Shibpur); Smriti Chhaya (IIEST Shibpur); Aditi Vikas (IIT Delhi); Poorva Garg (IIT Delhi); Ritika Malik (IIT Delhi); Rijurekha Sen (IIT Delhi)    
    47. WiFi User's Video QoE in the Presence of Duty Cycled LTE-U: Mohit Kumar Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Anand M. Baswade (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Antony Franklin A (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad); Bheemarjuna Reddy Tamma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)    
    48. Facilitating Low Latency and Reliable VR over Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Arunkumar Ravichandran (University of California, San Diego); Ish Kumar Jain (University of California, San Diego); Rana Hegazy (University of California, San Diego); Teng Wei (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Dinesh Bharadia (University of California, San Diego)    

       Technical Program Committee 

    Aashish Mathur IIT Jodhpur, India
    Abdulla P. P. ABB Corporate Research, India
    Ajay Kattepur TCS (R&I), India
    Antony Franklin IIT Hyderabad, India
    Arash Asadi TU Darmstadt, Germany
    Barun Saha ABB Corporate Research, India
    Bharat Rawal Penn State University, USA
    Bheemarjuna Reddy Tamma IIT Hyderabad, India
    Bighnaraj Panigrahi TCS (R&I), India
    Chinmoy Kundu Queen's University Belfast, UK
    Deepaknath Tandur ABB Corporate Research, India
    Divyasheel Sharma ABB Corporate Research, India
    Aditya Siripuram IIT Hyderabad, India
    Alireza Chakeri University of South Florida, USA
    Ankit Dubey NIT Goa, India
    Arzad Alam IIT Bhilai, India
    Ashwin Rao University of Helsinki, Finland
    Bharadwaj Satchidanandan Texas A&M University, USA
    Garima Mishra TCS (R&I), India
    G.V.V. Sharma IIT Hyderabad, India
    Lalitha Vadlamani IIIT Hyderabad, India
    Manik Gupta London South Bank University, UK
    Massimo Donelli University of Trento, Italy
    Nitin Khanna IIT Gandhinagar, India
    Prasad Krishnan IIIT Hyderabad, India
    Trilochan Panigrahi NIT Goa, India
    V. Venkata Mani NIT Warangal, India
    Giridhar Mandyam Qualcomm, USA
    Kalpana Dhaka IIT Guwahati, India
    Lakshmi Prasad Natarajan IIT Hyderabad, India
    Lei Jiao University of Agder, Norway
    Linga Reddy Cenkeramaddi University of Agder, Norway
    Narendra Nanjangud Ericsson Research, India
    Prabhat Upadhyay IIT Indore, India
    Prem Prakash Jayaraman Swinburne University, Australia
    P. Rajalakshmi IIT Hyderabad, India
    Ramona Trestian Middlesex University, UK
    Saidhiraj Amuru IIT Hyderabad, India
    Shashi Prabh ABB Corporate Research, India
    Soumya J. BITS Hyderabad, India
    Sumohana Channappayya IIT Hyderabad, India
    Vidyadhar Rao ABB Corporate Research, India
    Vinayak Naik IIIT Delhi, India

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