ACM S3 2010 Workshop
The Wireless of the Student, by the Student, and for the Student S3 Workshop provides a unique venue for graduate students around the world to present, discuss, and exchange ideas on research in systems, theory, and systems-theory cross cutting aspects of mobile wireless networks. The workshop is organized by a student-run TPC. Technical sessions will comprise of student presenters, invited talks delivered by students, a demo. Panel speakers and moderators will be students as well. An elevator-pitch session provides students with a unique opportunity to practice and learn the art of communicating research work. The workshop aims at fostering early-career development among students, offer exposure into the workings of an academic life, encourage student leadership and participation in research community, and offer unique networking opportunities.
This workshop will be held September 20, 2010, co-located with ACM MobiCom and MobiHoc 2010 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The workshop will feature invited talks by students on separate sessions on systems and theory of wireless networks. In addition, the workshop features student panel discussions on current trends in cross-cutting aspects of systems and theory of wireless networks. An elevator-pitch session provides students a unique opportunity to practice and learn the art of communicating research work. This year a demo session will be hosted as well. The workshop will conclude with overview presentations from distinguished academia and industry representatives. The presented papers will be part of the MobiCom and MobiHoc electronic proceedings.
Prizes will be awarded for participation across the workshop sessions.
Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
- Architectures, protocols, and algorithms in wireless networks
- Fundamental understanding of mobile computing and wireless networking
- Mobile sensing systems and applications leveraging mobile phones, robots, etc.
- Wireless and mobile techniques for delay tolerant, mobile ad hoc, and wireless sensor networks
- Security and privacy of mobile and wireless systems
- Operating system and middleware support for mobile computing and networking
- Modeling, measurement and simulation of mobile networks
- Experimental test-beds for mobile/wireless networks
We encourage all graduate students to participate in the workshop.