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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 (papers in green) and 15 minutes (questions included) for short papers (papers in blue).

The speaker's name is in bold.

Technical Program Schedule

November 16th, 2016

  • 8:00- Registration opens

  • 13:30-17:15 - Poster/Demo Session


    November 17th, 2016

  • 8:00 - Registration opens

  • 8:30-10:10 - Session 1: Vehicular Networks
    Session chair: Isabelle Guérin Lassous

    - Adaptive Video-streaming Dissemination in Realistic Highway Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks
    Cristhian Iza Paredes, Ahmad Mohamad Mezher, and Mónica Aguilar Igartua.
    - Mechanisms for enhancing the performance of routing protocols in VANETs
    Christos Bouras, Vaggelis Kapoulas, Nikos Stathopoulos and Apostolos Gkamas.
    - Prediction Model Analysis of Short-term Traffic Flow for Vehicular Clouds
    Fan Zhang, Robson De Grande and Azzedine Boukerche.
    - A note on the causes degrading communication between RSUs and vehicles in overloaded conditions (Slides)
    Thomas Begin and Azzedine Boukerche.

  • 10:10-10:40 - Coffee Break

  • 10:40-11:45 - Session 2: Sensor Networks
    Session chair: Thomas Begin

    - Statistical Delay Bound for WirelessHART Networks
    Neda Petreska, Hussein Al-Zubaidy, Barbara Staehle, Rudi Knorr and James Gross.
    - Range Based Wireless Sensor Node Localization using Bat Algorithm
    Eva Tuba, Milan Tuba and Dana Simian.
    - RMT, a Wireless Sensor Network Monitoring Tool
    Christiana Ioannou, Vasos Vassiliou and Charalambos Sergiou.

  • 11:45-12:10 - Session 3: Testbeds and Experiments
    Session chair: Robson De Grande

    - Importance of Repeatable Setups for Reproducible Experimental Results in IoT (Experiment description)
    Georgios Papadopoulos, Antoine Gallais, Guillaume Schreiner and Thomas Noel.


  • 12:10-13:45 - Lunch Break

  • 13:45-14:35 - Session 3: Testbeds and Experiments
    Session chair: Robson De Grande

    - Rover: Poor (but Elegant) Man's Testbed
    Zacharie Brodard, Hao Jiang, Tengfei Chang, Thomas Watteyne, Xavi Vilajosana, Pascal Thubert and Geraldine Texier. Presented by Remy Leone.
    - Time-independent experiment reproducibility: turning the WalT platform into a time machine
    Pierre Brunisholz, Etienne Dublé, Franck Rousseau and Andrzej Duda.

  • 14:35-15:05 - Coffee Break

  • 15:05-16:10 - Session 4: Routing and Broadcast
    Session chair: Christos Bouras

    - A Distributed Algorithm for Maximizing Linear Tree Density for One to Many Wireless Communication
    James Pope and Robert Simon.
    - Interplay of Link Quality Estimation and RPL Performance: an Experimental Study
    Carlo Vallati, Emilio Ancillotti, Giuseppe Anastasi, Raffaele Bruno and Enzo Mingozzi.
    - INLyD: Inter-Network-Layer Delay as a low-cost quality metric for multi-hop routing in wireless networks
    Syed Rehan Afzal, Twan Basten, Sander Stuijk and Majid Nabi.

  • 16:10-17:00 - Discussion on Reproducible Research and Closing



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