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[PVS] CFP: Mobile Sensing: From Smartphones and Wearables to BigData



Folks:
 
Please consider submitting your latest research work or position paper to our mobile sensing workshop, co-located with IPSN and CPS Week 2012.
Submission deadline: March 1st 2012.
 
See - http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/beijing/events/ms_ipsn12/
 
Cheers, 
 
Nic Lane, Hao Chu, Feng Zhao
Workshop Organizers
 
== plain text CFP ==
 
Mobile Sensing: From Smartphones and Wearables to Big Data
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WORKSHOP co-located with IPSN and CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS WEEK (CPSWEEK) 2012
BEIJIING, CHINA - APRIL 16 2012
 
website: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/beijing/events/ms_ipsn12/
 
The maturing field of mobile sensing continues to undergoing rapid changes. Only a few years ago researchers were limited to using purpose-built wearable sensor prototypes. Today, mainstream consumer smartphones have comparable sensing capabilities, and are able to recognize a wide variety of human behavior and context. Similarly, the scale and richness of mobile sensor data being collected and analyzed is steadily increasing – the availability of big sensor data is promoting research beyond personal-scale sensing to include the sensing of entire communities and beyond.  
 
This workshop seeks to bring together experts in mobile sensing drawn from both academic institutions and industry laboratories. The workshop aims to facilitate the open exchange of ideas between attendees, and provide a venue for sharing state-of-the-art mobile sensing research results.
 
We invite the submission of both position and technical papers (max. 5 pages). Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
 
* Mobile crowd-sourcing and example uses of human-in-the-loop design
* Machine learning applied to sensor data
* Mobile sensor based personal informatics
* Energy-efficiency and other resource trade-offs with sensing systems
* Participatory and opportunistic sensing
* Fusion of multiple sensing modalities 
* Systems architecture for mobile sensing
* Leverage cloud computing for mobile sensing
* Privacy and mobile sensing
* Persuasive feedback
* Applications
* New mobile sensing hardware
* Mobile sensing deployment experiences and users studies
 
== Demos and Posters ==
 
We encourage proposals for demos and posters which showcase innovative prototypes and late-breaking research results. Posters and demos will be presented during a special session of the workshop. Selection will be based on likely interest of workshop attendees.
 
== Important Dates ==
 
Submission Deadline: March 1st, 2012 – 11:59PM US PDT
Author Notification   : March 12th
 
== Workshop Organizers ==
 
TPC Chairs
Nic Lane (Microsoft Research Asia)
Hao Chu (National Taiwan University)
Feng Zhao (Microsoft Research Asia)
 
TPC Members
Andrew Campbell (Dartmouth College)
Deepak Ganesan (University of Massachusetts – Amherst)
Daniel Gatica-Perez (IDIAP Research Institute)
Polly Huang (National Taiwan University)
James Landay (University of Washington)
Cecilia Mascolo (University of Cambridge)
Emiliano Miluzzo (AT&T Research)
Mirco Musolesi (University of Birmingham)
Matthai Philipose (Microsoft Research - Redmond)
Kamin Whitehouse (University of Virginia)
Pei Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University)
 
 
 

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