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Conference Program

The presentation facilities available are: overhead projector and portable PC projector. A portable PC equipped with Acrobat Reader, and USB for USB key will be provided by the symposium organization for the presentation, upon request.

All speakers are kindly invited to contact their respective session chair before the session start, with a short written speaker-bio information.

Please note that presentations are scheduled for 25 minutes (questions included) for regular papers and about 20 minutes (questions included) for posters.

The speaker's name is in bold.

Technical Program Schedule

November 3rd, 2011

  • 8:00-8:30 - Registration

  • 8:30-9:30 - Invited Talk - Evaluating Cooperative ITS Applications for Sustainable and Safe Mobility with iTETRIS - Prof. Jerome Härri, Mobile Communication Department, EURECOM.

  • 9:30-10:00 - Coffee Break

  • 10:00-12:30 - Poster Session
    - Repairing Sensors Strategies in Fault-Tolerant Wireless Sensor Networks
    Skander Azzaz (ENSI Tunisia, Tunisia), Leila Azzouz Saidane (ENSI Tunisia, Tunisia) and Pascale Minet (INRIA, France).
    - Competition, Cooperation, and Optimization in Multi-Hop CSMA Networks
    Zhefu Shi, Cory Beard and Ken Mitchell (University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA). (Slides)
    - Analysis of TCP variants over a DVB-S2 satellite system
    Elizabeth Rendon-Morales, Jorge Mata-Díaz, Juanjo Alins Delgado, Jose Luis Muñoz Tapia and Oscar Esparza (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain).
    - Network Performance of a Wireless Sensor Network for Temperature Monitoring in Vineyards
    Ramiro Liscano, John Khalil, Anand Dersingh, Jinfu Zheng, Martin Helmer, Charles Elliott and Ali Najafizadeh (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada).
  • 12:30-13:30 - Lunch

  • 13:30-17:30 - MSWiM Technical Sessions - Sessions 15 to 17

    November 4th, 2011

    • 8:00-8:15 - Registration

    • 8:15-8:30 - Opening ceremony - Welcome addressed by TPC and GC Chairs

    • 8:30-10:30 - Session 1: Multi-hop Wireless Networks
      - Dynamic Backbone for Fast Information Delivery in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks: An Evaluation Study
      Marco Di Felice, Luca Bedogni and Luciano Bononi (University of Bologna, Italy). (Slides)
      - A Model Based Platform for Design and Optimization of Multi-hop 802.11 Wireless Networks
      John S. Baras, Vahid Tabatabaee and Kaustubh Jain (University of Maryland College Park, USA).
      - Mini-Sink Mobility with Diversity-Based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
      David Fotue (University of Luxembourg SnT, Luxembourg), Foued Melakessou (University of Luxembourg SnT, Luxembourg), Houda Labiod (Télécom ParisTech, France) and Thomas Enge (University of Luxembourg SnT, Luxembourg). (Slides)
      - Modeling the Impact of Deferred Transmission in CSMA/CA Algorithm of IEEE 802.15.4 for Acknowledged and Unacknowledged Traffic
      Saeed Rehman (University of Auckland, New Zealand).

    • 10:30-11:00 - Coffee Break

    • 11:00-12:15 - Session 2: Wireless Sensor Networks
      - Topology-Related Modeling and Characterization of Wireless Sensor Networks
      Heitor S. Ramos (Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil), Daniel Guidoni (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil), Eduardo F. Nakamura (FUCAPI, Brazil), Azzedine Boukerche (University of Ottawa, Canada), Alejandro C. Frery (Universidade Federal de Alagoas, Brazil) and Antonio A. F. Loureiro (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil). (Slides)
      - Ripple Flooding in Wireless Sensor Networks
      Dao Yuan, Jinyoung Yang and Daeyoung Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea). (Slides)
      - ODMAC: An On Demand MAC Protocol for Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks
      Xenofon Fafoutis and Nicola Dragoni (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark). (Slides)

    • 12:30-13:30 - Lunch

    • 13:30-14:45 - Session 3: Data Gathering, Routing and Flooding
      - Local data gathering using opportunistic networking in a urban scenario
      Giuseppe Corrente, Rossano Gaeta, Marco Grangetto and Matteo Sereno (Università di Torino, Italy). (Slides)
      - Queue-exchange mechanism to improve the QoS in a multi-stack architecture
      Nancy El Rachkidy, Gérard Chalhoub, Alexandre Guitton and Michel Misson (LIMOS, France). (Slides)
      - A Comparative Performance Study of the Routing Protocols LOAD and RPL with Bi-Directional Traffic in Low-power and Lossy Networks (LLN)
      Ulrich Herberg (École Polytechnique, France) and Thomas Heide Clausen (LIX, France).

    • 14:45-15:00 - Coffee Break

    • 15:00-17:00 - Session 4: Performance Evaluation and Simulation
      - In-Kernel Passive Measurement of the Performance Impact of Hidden Terminals in 802.11 Wireless Networks
      Scott Raynel (RuralLink, New Zealand) and Tony Mcgregor (The University of Waikato, New Zealand). (Slides)
      - Modeling and Simulation of Wireless Link Quality (ETT) Through Principal Component Analysis of Trace Data
      Anh Le, Prashant Krishnamurthy, David Tipper and Konstantinos Pelechrinis (University of Pittsburgh, USA). (Slides)
      - Realistic Simulation and Experimental Validation of Adjacent-Channel Interference in Planning of Industrial Wireless Networks
      Feng Chen (Siemens AG, Germany), Bernd Huegel (University of Erlangen, Germany) and Falko Dressler (University of Innsbruck, Austria).
      - Design, implementation and performance evaluation of a publish-subscribe architecture for intermittently connected 802.15.4 networks
      Donato Battaglino (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Lorenzo Bracciale (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Andrea Detti (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Giuseppe Bianchi (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Andrea Bragagnini (Telecom Italia, Italy), Maura Santina Turolla (Telecom Italia, Italy) and Nicola Blefari Melazzi. (University of Rome Tor Vergata). (Slides)

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