Technical Program

Time Session
12:30-12:35 Welcome and Introductions
12:35-13:30 Keynote
13:30-15:00 Regular Papers
15:30-17:00 Invited Papers / Talks

12:30 - 12:35

Welcome and Introductions

12:35 - 13:30


Ten years of capturing, sanitizing, and sharing Wi-Fi traces:
lessons and future challenges
Dave Kotz (Dartmouth College, USA)
At Dartmouth College we have been collecting campus-scale traces of the production Wi-Fi network for nearly ten years. The research value of these traces inspired us to create the CRAWDAD archive, through which we have shared 60 traces collected by others around the world. This talk will describe our experience collecting, analyzing, sanitizing, and sharing these traces, with an emphasis on the lessons learned and the future challenges.

13:30 - 15:00

Regular Papers

Internet Usage Modeling of Large Wireless Networks Using Self Organizing Maps
Saeed Moghaddam, Ahmed Helmy (University of Florida, USA)
MoNoTrac - A Mobility Trace Generator Based On OpenStreetMap Geo-Data
Mesut Guenes, Felix Juraschek, Bastian Blywis (FU Berlin, Germany)
BEP Analysis of M-Ary PSK Modulation Schemes over Double Rice Fading Channels with EGC
Batool Talha, Matthias P├Ątzold (University of Agder, Norway)

15:30 - 17:00

Invited Papers / Talks

STEP: A Spatio-Temporal Mobility Model for Humans Walks
Seongik Hong, Kyunghan Lee, and Injong Rhee (North Carolina State University, USA)
Verglius -- Scenarios for VANETs
Eugenio Giordano, Giovanni Pau, Mario Gerla (UCLA, USA)
Spectrum profiling in white spaces using outdoor measurements
David Johnson, Veljko Pejovic, Elizabeth Belding (UCSB, USA)
Dates & News

Submission: 02.07.2010

Notification: 16.08.2010

Camera Ready: 03.09.2010

Early Reg.: 03.09.2010

Keynote will given by
David Kotz
(Dartmouth College)

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