13 October 2022 // 14:00 – 15:30 // Virtual
Ad Hoc networks are highly adaptive and self-organizing networks that do not rely on pre-existing communication infrastructure. Following such a paradigm, sensor, actuator and Internet of Things (IoT) networks consist of multiple devices interacting with their physical environment. These networks promise to revolutionize our lives by opening new possibilities in various domain including smart health, industries, cities, mobilities, etc.
Thanks to an increased connectivity, enabled by forthcoming standards such as 5G, these networks will generate huge volumes of data that will have to be stored, analyzed and processed. Meanwhile, to satisfy new applications such as Internet of Multimedia Things (IoMT), Internet of Vehicles (IoV), Internet of space things (IoST) or massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC), these networks will require higher reliability, lower latency, and scalability. These requirements can only be made with radical changes in terms of architecture and communication solutions.
Distributed Channel Access with no Multiple Access Interference in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks – Dylan J Cirimelli-Low (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA); Jj Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA)
Measurement of sub-GHz Band LPWA Propagation at Half-Wavelength Intervals – Natsuki Miyoshi, Tomoyuki Kawashima and Shusuke Narieda (Mie University, Japan); Takeo Fujii (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan); Hiroshi Naruse (MIE UNIV, Japan)
LEACH-RCLB: Load Balanced Clustering for WSN in the context of IoT – Dua Alsoudi, Wesam Al Mobaideen and Mohammad Qatawneh (The University of Jordan, Jordan)
Machine learning for localization in LoRaWAN: a case study with data augmentation – Luz Enith Marquez (Institución Universitaria ITSA, Colombia & Universidad del Norte, Colombia); Maria Calle (Universidad del Norte, Colombia)
A Lightweight Hash-Chain-Based Multi-Node Mutual Authentication Algorithm for IoT Networks – Shengli Yuan (University of Houston – Downtown, USA)
RIPPLE: Loop-Free Multi-Path Routing with Minimum Blocking during Convergence – Jj Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA) // (Note: This paper has been accepted in S7: Symposium on Next-Generation Networking & Internet click here)
BGP-ELF: Enhancing BGP To Eliminate Routing Loops and Oscillations without Using Path Vectors – Jj Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA) // (Note: This paper has been accepted in S7: Symposium on Next-Generation Networking & Internet click here)
An edge-based Machine Learning-enabled approach in Structural Health Monitoring for public protection – Claudia Rinaldi (University of L’Aquila, Italy); Francesco Smarra (University of l’Aquila, Italy); Fabio Franchi (University of L’Aquila, Italy); Fabio Graziosi (University of l’Aquila, Italy); Alessandro D’Innocenzo (University of L’Aquila, Italy) // (Note: This paper has been scheduled in Symposium S3, in-person presentation click here)
Semantic Information Market For The Metaverse: An Auction Based Approach – Ismail Lotfi and Dusit Niyato (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Sumei Sun (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore); Dong In Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Korea (South)); Melike Erol-Kantarci (University of Ottawa & Ericsson, Canada); Chunyan Miao (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) // (Note: This paper has been scheduled in T8: Mixed Track (Virtual) click here)