Call for Posters

Following the long tradition of poster presentations, ACM MobiCom 2023 solicits submissions for the Poster Program that feature early research work and preliminary results. The MobiCom 2023 Poster Session will provide an excellent opportunity for initial feedback on your early research results and give your ongoing projects early visibility.

We invite submissions on all areas of mobile computing and wireless networking research, including but not limited to:

  • Fundamental understanding of mobile computing and wireless networking
  • Applications of machine learning to mobile/wireless research
  • Backscatter communication and wireless power
  • Mobile edge computing and cloud computing for mobile services
  • Decentralized networks and systems
  • Embedded and energy-harvesting systems
  • Experimental platforms and infrastructures for wireless/mobile research
  • Implanted and wearable computing
  • Intersection between mobile/wireless research, cloud computing, and software-defined networking
  • Long-range/Low-power wide-area wireless networking
  • Low-latency networking
  • Machine-to-machine communications
  • Millimeter wave and terahertz communications
  • Mobile data science & analysis
  • Mobile health
  • Mobile systems for smart spaces (e.g. smart factories, smart workspace, smart agriculture)
  • Mobile web, video, virtual reality, and other applications
  • Next generation of mobile networks (5G, 6G and beyond)
  • Non-terrestrial networks (e.g. UAS, Satellite Networks)
  • Novel applications of wireless signals
  • Performance evaluation of mobile and wireless networks, protocols, and systems
  • Reconfigurable surfaces and meta materials for mobile systems
  • Robotic and drone-based networking
  • Security and privacy challenges/solutions for mobile/wireless systems
  • Sensing with radio, light, sound, and acoustics
  • Ubiquitous computing and mobile human computer interaction
  • Visible light communications
  • Wireless communication and sensing for space/underwater systems
  • Wireless localization and tracking

Poster Submission Instructions

The posters should be submitted via HotCRP:

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.

All poster submissions will be reviewed by the Posters committee. 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. All poster submissions will be considered for the "MobiCom'23 Best Poster Award".

The MOBICOM poster session will also serve as an ACM MOBICOM Student Research Competition (SRC). The ACM SRC offers a unique forum for graduate students (i.e., enrolled in a master or Ph.D. program) and undergraduate students (students enrolled in a program below master level) to present their original research before a panel of judges and attendees.

Student authors are strongly encouraged to include their poster submissions in the ACM MobiCom Student Research Competition.

Important Dates



Poster Submission Deadline         July 1, 2023, 11:59 PM AoE   July 15, 2023, 11:59 PM AoE
Notification July 31, 2023 August 7, 2023
Camera-ready August 7, 2023 August 14, 2023

Posters/SRC Program Committee

Aravindh Raman, Telefonica Research, Barcelona, Spain
Carmen Delgado, i2CAT Foundation, Barcelona, Spain
Mariya Zheleva, University at Albany, New York, USA

Technical Program Commitee

  • Anh Nguyen, University of Montana
  • Aravindh Raman, Telefonica Research
  • Ashwin Ashok, Georgia State University
  • Carmen Delgado Pinillos, i2CAT Foundation
  • Esteban Municio, i2CAT Foundation
  • Filip Lemic, i2Cat Foundation
  • Gonzalo Berné, CIRCE Technology Center
  • Jakob Struye, University of Antwerp
  • Jeremy Gummeson, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • José María Saldaña, Fundación CIRCE
  • Kleomenis Katevas, Brave Software
  • Lanfranco Zanzi, NEC Laboratories Europe & University of Kaiserslautern
  • Lili Qiu, UT Austin, MSR Asia Shanghai
  • Luis Sequeira, King's College London
  • Mariya Zheleva, University at Albany, SUNY
  • Matteo Varvello, Nokia
  • Mohamed Kassem, University of Surrey
  • Nitinder Mohan, Technical University Munich
  • Rajesh Balan, Singapore Management University
  • Shubham Jain, Stony Brook University
  • Tanya Shreedhar, University of Edinburgh
  • Victor Malumbres, CIRCE Technology Center
  • Xenofon Foukas, Microsoft
  • Yasir Zaki, NYU Abu Dhabi


For further questions, please contact the Poster co-chairs:
Aravindh Raman at aravindh.raman [at]
Carmen Delgado at carmen.delgado [at]
Mariya Zheleva at mzheleva [at]