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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.

The speaker's name is in bold.

Technical Program Schedule

November 6th, 2013

  • 8:30-9:00 - Registration

  • 9:15-9:25 - Opening ceremony - Welcome addressed by TPC and GC Chairs.

  • 9:25-11:05 - Session 1: Heterogeneous Networks
    - Improving Security in Data-Centric Storage for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Ángel Cuevas and Azzedine Boukerche
    - Prolonging Wireless Sensor Network Lifetime in Stealth Mode through Intelligent Data Compression
    Ruken Zilan, Tuna Han Ozdemir, Bulent Tavli and José María Barceló Ordinas
    - WSN-inspired Sleep Protocols for Heterogeneous LTE Networks
    Iulia Tunaru, Hervé Rivano and Fabrice Valois.
    - A Geometry-based Coverage Strategy over Urban VANET
    Huang Cheng, Xin Fei and Azzedine Boukerche.

  • 11:05-11:25 - Coffee Break

  • 11:25-13:00 - Poster Session
    - CACBR: Context Aware Community Based Routing for Intermittently Connected Network
    Rahul Joharil, Neelima Gupta and Sandhya Aneja.
    - On the impact of network topology on Wireless Sensor Networks Performances - Illustrated with Geographic Routing Algorithms
    Tony Ducrocq, Michael Hauspie and Nathalie Mitton.
    - A Lifetime Improvement Method Using Mobile Sink for IoT Service
    Seok Yu, Jaewoo Kim and Jaiyong Lee.
    - Towards Measurement-based Self-Management of Performance Properties in WSNs
    Adam Bachorek, Bagavathiannan Palanisamy and Jens Schmitt.

  • 13:00-14:00 - Lunch

    November 7th, 2013

    • 8:30-9:00 - Registration

    • 9:00-10:40 - Session 2: Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
      - Secure Handoffs for V2I Communications in 802.11 Networks
      Carlos Gañán, Sergi Reñé, José L. Muñoz, Oscar Esparza, Jorge Mata-Díaz and Juanjo Alins.
      - A Performance Study of Practical Channel Assignment Solutions in Multi-radio Multi-hop IEEE 802.11 Networks
      Miguel Catalán-Cid, Carles Gomez and Josep Paradells.
      - Delay distribution of IEEE802.11 DCF: a comparative study under saturated conditions
      Qi Wang, Katia Jaffrès-Runser, Jean-Luc Scharbarg, Christian Fraboul, Yi Sun, Jun Li and Zhongcheng Li.
      - Analysis of energy efficient OLSR extensions and OLSR-ETX energetic optimization proposal
      Diogo Machado, Debora Saade and Ricardo Carrano.

    • 10:40-11:10 - Coffee Break

    • 11:10-12:50 - Session 3: Wireless Sensor Networks
      - Dynamic energy aware data gathering strategy for wireless sensor networks
      Nour Brinis and Leila Azouz Saidane
      - A Learning-based Algorithm for Optimal MAC Parameters Setting in IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Sensor Networks
      Simone Brienza, Domenico De Guglielmo, Cesare Alippi, Giuseppe Anastasi and Manuel Roveri
      - An Error-free Data Collection Method Exploiting Hierarchical Physical Models of Wireless Sensor Networks
      Lei Fang, Simon Dobson and Danny Hughes
      - A Timed Petri Net Model for frame transmission on IEEE 802.15.4 Beacon-Enabled Mode
      Renan C. A. Alves and Cíntia Borges Margi

    • 12:50-13:50 - Lunch

    • 13:50-15:55 - Session 4: Network Architectures, Topology and QoS
      - A Qualitative Analysis on the Impacts of Assured Quality Internet Interconnection
      Antonio Ghezzi, Raffaello Balocco and Manos Dramitinos
      - Cloud-assisted buffer management for HTTP-based mobile video streaming
      Stefania Colonnese, Francesca Cuomo, Tommaso Melodia and Raffaele Guida
      - Topology Control for Wireless Mesh Networks based on Centrality Metrics
      Andrés Vázquez-Rodas and Luis J. de la Cruz Llopis
      - Fast and reliable robot deployment for substitution networks
      Jean Razafimandimby, Karen Miranda, Dimitrios Zorbas and Tahiry Razafindralambo
      - Design and implementation of architecture for multi-robot cooperation in the context of WSN
      Milan Erdelj and Tahiry Razafindralambo

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