Draft Agenda

Thursday, January 27, 2011 (UW Tower)

7:30- 8:30 Registration, Breakfast

8:30- 8:45 Welcome by workshop chairs

8:45- 9:00 NSF Perspective
                          Keith Marzullo (Division Director of CNS Division, NSF)

9:00- 9:30 Keynote: Looking Forward to Ubiquitous Computing that Looks Ahead [25 mins talk and 5 mins Q&A]
                         Gaetano Borriello (University of Washington) [slides]

9.30- 10.10 Presentation Session 1: Human Sensing and Smart Devices at Scale [40 mins]
                           Moderator: James Landay (University of Washington, USA & Microsoft Research Asia)


Pervasive Assessment of Social Behavior [5 mins]
James Rehg (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Scaling Personal Stress Assistance in Natural Environment [5 mins]
Santosh Kumar (University of Memphis)

Surviving the data deluge [5 mins]
Svetha Venkatesh (Curtin University of Technology)

Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags (EnHANTs) [5 mins]
Gil Zussman (Columbia University),

Simple Scaling for RFID-based Pervasive Computing Systems [5 mins]
David Wetherall (University of Washington),

Q&A [15 mins]


10:10- 10:30 Coffee break

10:30- 11:55 Breakout session 1 (B1-B4 parallel sessions)


B1: Cloud computing/ crowdsourcing;
Facilitators/Scribes: Klara Nahrstedt (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Jim Kurose (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)

B2 Machine learning/behavior modeling, data mining ;
Facilitators/Scribes: Narayanan Krishnan (Washington State University), Qiang Yang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)

B3: Privacy/security/ethics;
Facilitators/Scribes: David Kotz (Dartmouth), Roy Campbell (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

B4: Smart Objects / tags / buildings;
Facilitators/Scribes: David Wetherall (University of Washington), Hari Sundaram (Arizona State University)


11:55 - 12:40 Breakout reports and discussion

12:40- 1:40 Lunch and funding agency overviews
                            (NSF: Sajal Das, Krishna Kant, Sylvia Spengler, Zygmunt Haas; NIH: Wendy Nilsen)

1:40- 2:10 Keynote: Computing for the Future of the Planet [25 mins talk and 5 mins Q&A]
                         Andy Hopper (Cambridge University) [slides]

2:10- 2:40 Presentation Session 2: Ubicomp Problems at Scale [30 mins]
                          Moderator: Roy Campbell, (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)


Contextual Intelligence: Scalability Issues in Personal Semantic Networks [5 mins]
Oliver Brdiczka (PARC)

Coordinating Robotic Bee Swarms [5 mins]
Karthik Dantu (Harvard University)

Ubiquitous Networking for Human Containers [5 mins]
Thomas Little (Boston University)

Achieving Ubiquity through Hardware Virtualization [5 mins]
Mahadev Satyanarayanan (Carnegie Mellon University)

Q&A [10 mins]


2:40- 4:10 Breakout session 2 (B5-B8 parallel sessions)


B5: Smart phones;
Facilitators/Scribes: Andrew Campbell (Dartmouth), Geoffrey Challen (University at Buffalo)

B6: Social networking / modeling;
Facilitators/Scribes: James Rehg (Georgia Tech), Paul Lukowicz (University of Passau)

B7: HCI;
Facilitators/Scribes: James Landay (University of Washington, USA & Microsoft Research Asia), Christine Julien (University of Texas at Austin)

B8: Energy analysis, harvesting, storage;
Facilitators/Scribes: Vijay Raghunathan (Purdue University), Shwetak Patel (University of Washington)


4:10- 4:30 Coffee break

4:30- 5:15 Breakout reports and discussion

5:15- 6:15 Plenary Discussion: 20 years after Mark Weiser's vision on ubiquitous computing - what next?
                       Facilitators/Scribers: Mahadev Satyanarayanan(Carnegie Mellon University), Roy Want (Intel)[slides]

6:15- 6:45 Free / networking time

6:45- 8:15 Dinner (UW Tower)

Friday, January 28, 2011 (UW Tower)

7:30- 8:00 Breakfast

8:00- 8:30 Keynote talk: Beyond the Lamplight - Lessons from Making Sensor Networks Real
                          [25 mins talk and 5 mins Q&A]
                          David Culler (University of California at Berkeley)[slides]

8:30- 9:00 Keynote talk: Strategies for the Large Scale Deployment of Energy Monitoring and Sensing
                    in the Home [25 mins talk and 5 mins Q&A]

                          Shwetak Patel (University of Washington)[slides]

9:00-10:30 Breakout Session 3 (4 parallel sessions) (B10-B12 parallel sessions)


B9: Intelligent transportation / vehicle networks / aerial networks;
Facilitators/Scribes: Mohan Trivedi (University of California at San Diego), Liviu Iftode (Rutgers University)

B10: Smart Health;
Facilitators/Scribes: Santosh Kumar (University of Memphis), Diane Cook (Washington State University)

B11: Sustainability and Energy Management;
Facilitators/Scribes: Vincent Wong (University of British Columbia), Brian Kelley (University of Texas at San Antonio)

B12: Theoretical Foundations;
Facilitators/Scribes: Gil Zussman (Columbia University), Justin Shi (Temple University)


10.30-10.45 Coffee break

10:45-11:30 Breakout reports and discussion

11:30-12:00 Closing remarks, plans for written report