Demos and Posters
Activating Wireless Voice for E-Toll Collection Systems with Zero Start-up Cost
Improving Visible Light Backscatter Communication with Delayed Superimposition Modulation
The Design and Implementation of Intelligent Software Defined Security Framework
FLUID: Multi-device Mobile Platform for Flexible User Interface Distribution
All-You-Can-Bike: A Street View and Virtual Reality Based Cyber-Physical System for Bikers through IoT Technologies
HeatFab: Software Defined Cooking using a Microwave Oven
A ROS-based Robot with Distributed Sensors for Seamless People Tracking
vrAIn Proof-of-Concept A Deep Learning Approach for Virtualized RAN Resource Control
CoLTE, An All-in-One Community LTE Network
Mobile Gaming on Personal Computers with Direct Android Emulation
TinySDR, A Software-Defined Radio Platform for Internet of Things
DF-Mose: Device-Free Motion Sensing with Wireless Backscattering
Toward Continuous User Authentication Using PPG in Commodity Wrist-worn Wearables
Wireless LAN Emulator Using Wireless Network Tap Device for Testing a Vehicular Network System
A Practical Application of Visible Light Communication: Opportunistic Sharing of Encryption Keys
Tagging IoT Data in a Drone View
The RFID Can Hear Your Music Play
EApp: Improving Rural Emergency Preparedness and Response
Extracting 3D Maps from Crowdsourced GNSS Skyview Data
FlexDP: Towards Flexible Data Plane for Edge Network Function Virtualization
Energy Efficient Mobile Video Transmission over Wireless Networks in IoT Applications
Keep Others from Peeking at Your Mobile Device Screen!
A Polarization-based QAM Approach for Visible Light Backscatter Communication
Causal Inference of Smartphone App Choice
Wireless Network Functions in the Era of Low-Power IoT
Edge-cloud Enhancement: Latency-aware Virtual Cluster Placement for Supporting Cloud Applications in Mobile Edge Networks
Strobe: Towards Low Cost Soil Sensing Using Wi-Fi
Enhancing Capacity in Multi-hop Wireless Networks by Joint Node Units
MoiréComm: Secure Visible Light Communication based on Moiré Pattern
Address Shuffling based Moving Target Defense for In-Vehicle Software-Defined Networks
While You Were Sleeping: Time-Shifted Prefetching of YouTube Videos to Reduce Peak-time Cellular Data Usage
A Linear Programming Approach for SFC Placement in Mobile Edge Computing
Hawkeye: Predictive Positioning of a Ceiling-Mounted Mobile AP in mmWave WLANs for Maximizing Line-of-sight
Protecting Control Planes in In-Band Software-Defined Wireless Networks
In-situ Water-Quality Monitoring System through Ultraviolet Sensing using off-the-shelf Cameras
Can Mobile Hardware Keep Up with Today’s Gigabit Wireless Technologies?
DyMand: An Open-Source Mobile and Wearable System for Assessing Couples' Dyadic Management of Chronic Diseases
SeamFarm: Distributed Data Analytic for Precision Agriculture based on Seamless Computing
Contactless Infant Monitoring using White Noise
Understanding Long-Term Mobility and Charging Evolving of Shared Electric Vehicle Networks
Video Chat Scam Detection Leveraging Screen Light Reflection
A Machine Learning based Hybrid Trust Management Heuristic for Vehicular Ad hoc Networks
Inaudible High-throughput Communication Through Acoustic Signals
Enabling Wideband Full-Duplex Wireless via Frequency-Domain Equalization
Cross Labelling and Learning Unknown Activities Among Multimodal Sensing Data
Optimizing Mobile Video Telephony Using Deep Imitation Learning
Characterizing Uncertainties of Wireless Channels in Connected Vehicles
MobiSR: Efficient On-Device Super-Resolution through Heterogeneous Mobile Processors
Call for Demos and Posters
The MobiCom demo and poster sessions solicit the submission of research, platform, and product demonstrations and posters 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 2019 or past editions as well as other relevant venues.
The MobiCom 2019 Poster Session will provide an excellent opportunity for initial feedback on your early research results and give your ongoing projects early visibility. ACM MobiCom 2019 will host an ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) alongside the Posters Program. SRC offers graduate and undergraduate students an opportunity to present their original research, and get feedback. The presenters are strongly encouraged to include their poster submission for the SRC.
The MobiCom 2019 Demo and Poster committee will review all submissions to select the accepted demos and posters. All accepted submissions will be considered for Best Demo and Best Poster Awards. A committee will decide the winner on-site after evaluating all presentations.
Please refer to the main conference introduction and CFP for the general areas that are relevant to the typical MobiCom audience.
Can I also include a poster when presenting the demo?
Yes. All accepted demo submissions would also be provided with a single easel for displaying the accompanied poster.
For all accepted submissions in demo or poster sessions, a single easel for displaying a poster will be provided. Suggested poster size is 3 x 3 ft, or 3 x 4 ft in portrait orientation. By no means should the poster exceed 4x6 ft in portrait orientation.
For submissions accepted for demos, additionally a single 6 x 2.5 ft table would be provided. Demo participants should bring extension power cable/multi-point along with suitable power adapters and voltage transformers.
Indicate whether you would like the poster submission to be considered for the Student Research Competition (SRC). Indicate your correct identifier by adding [SRC/Undergraduate] or [SRC/Graduate]. in the submission title for consideration in respective SRC category. Note that if any of the authors is a graduate student, then the submission will be considered under the graduate category.
For further questions, please contact the chairs:
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|Notification of acceptance
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||July 1, 2019
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.)