Resource: Paper Carnival 2019
This page shows the first seminar in the 19-20 semester. Please share your comments and ideas in the discussion board!
- 1 2019/09/28 Edge and LoRa!
- 2 2019/09/29 Offloaded and distributed!
- 3 2019/09/30 Mobile and wireless for IoT
2019/09/28 Edge and LoRa!
- 9:00-9:30, From students to researchers – Producing knowledge in the latest topics!, Zhiwei Zhao
- 9:30-10:15, Edge-based Apps, Chang Shu
- Hetero-Edge: Orchestration of Real-time Vision Applications on Heterogeneous Edge Clouds, INFOCOM’19
- Edge Assisted Real-time Object Detection for Mobile Augmented Reality, MobiCom’19
- MARVEL: Enabling Mobile Augmented Reality with Low Energy and Low Latency, SenSys’18
- DARE: Dynamic Adaptive Mobile Augmented Reality with Edge Computing, ICNP’18
- 10: 15-11:00, Service placement, Chang Shu
- Joint Service Placement and Request Routing in Multi-cell Mobile Edge Computing Networks, INFOCOM'19
- Service Placement with Provable Guarantees in Heterogeneous Edge Computing Systems, INFOCOM'19
- Joint Placement and Allocation of Virtual Network Functions with Budget and Capacity Constraints, INFOCOM'19
- Service Placement and Request Scheduling for Data-intensive Applications in Edge Clouds, INFOCOM'19
- Winning at the Starting Line: Joint Network Selection and Service Placement for Mobile Edge Computing, INFOCOM'19
- Adaptive User-managed Service Placement for Mobile Edge Computing: An Online Learning Approach, INFOCOM'19
- Adaptive Interference-Aware VNF Placement for Service-Customized 5G Network Slices, INFOCOM'19
- Deep Reinforcement Learning Based VNF Management in Geo-distributed Edge Computing, ICDCS’19
- 11:00-11:30, System&Protocols, Chang Shu
- 14:00-15:00, Measurements in LoRa, Wenliang Mao
- Challenge: Unlicensed LPWANs Are Not Yet the Path to Ubiquitous Connectivity, MobiCom’19
- Known and unknown facts of LoRa: Experiences from a large-scale measurement study, ToN’19
- LoRaWAN: Evaluation of link-and system-level performance, IoTJ’18
- Understanding the limits of LoRaWAN, ComMag’17
- Low power wide area network analysis: Can LoRa scale? WCL’17
- 15:05-16:05, LoRa protocols, Wenliang Mao
- 16:10-16:50, LoRa programming with Arduino, Xuan Yang
- 16:50-17:10, Review and discussions
2019/09/29 Offloaded and distributed!
- 9:30-10:30, Offloading in Edge, Yunpeng Han
- 10:35-11:30, Offloading in Fog & D2D, Yunpeng Han
- 14:00-15:30, Federated learning, Yuhong Jiang
- 15:35-16:35, VR Streaming, Jingwei Li
- 16:40-17:40, Path programming, Wenjie Huang
- Route Prediction for Instant Delivery, Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol.
- Experience on urban pick-up scheduling
2019/09/30 Mobile and wireless for IoT
- 9:30-10:30, A Millimeter Wave Network for Billions of Things, SigComm’19, Jiwei Mo
- 10:30-11:30, On Optimal Neighbor Discovery, SigComm’19, Silin Feng
System level support for IoT
- 14:00-15:00,CapeVM: A Safe and Fast Virtual Machine for Resource-Constrained Internet-of- Things Devices, SenSys’18, Changsheng Liu
- 15:00-16:00,VeMo: Enabling Transparent Vehicular Mobility Modeling at Individual Levels with Full Penetration, MobiCom’19, Anqi Yang
- 16:20-17:20, Low-power IoT programming with TinyOS/TelosB testbed, Minghang Yang
- 17:20-18:00, Review and idea discussion
- 18:30-20:30, TBD