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Research Papers

  • Bharath Kumar Samanthula, Wei Jiang and Sanjay Madria. A Probabilistic Encryption based Min/Max Computation in Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Christos Anagnostopoulos, Kostas Kolomvatsos and Stathes Hadjiefthymiades. Efficient Location Based Services for Groups of Mobile Users
  • Vaida Ceikute and Christian S. Jensen. Routing Service Quality---Local Driver Behavior Versus Routing Services
  • Ye Ding, Siyuan Liu, Jiansu Pu and Lionel Ni. HUNTS: A Trajectory Recommendation System for Effective and Efficient Hunting of Taxi Passengers
  • Hsueh-Chan Lu, Huan-Sheng Chen and Vincent S. Tseng. Efficient Approaches for Multi-Requests Route Planning in Urban Areas
  • Meng-Fen Chiang, Wen-Chih Peng and Philip S. Yu. Distant-Time Location Prediction in Low-Sampling-Rate Trajectories
  • Kenneth Fuglsang Christensen, Lasse Linnerup Christiansen, Torben Bach Pedersen and Jeppe Pihl. Continuous Query Processing for Actual and Predicted Object Flow in Symbolic Space
  • Vikas Agarwal, Nilanjan Banerjee, Dipanjan Chakraborty and Sumit Mittal. USense - A device stack for situation-aware community sensing
  • Nenad Stojnic, Lukas Probst and Heiko Schuldt. COMPASS – Optimized Routing for Efficient Data Access in Mobile Chord-based P2P Systems
  • Anastasios Noulas, Cecilia Mascolo and Enrique Frias-Martinez. Exploiting Foursquare and Cellular Data to Infer User Activity in Urban Environments
  • Asif Iqbal Baba, Hua Lu, Xike Xie and Torben Bach Pedersen. Spatiotemporal Data Cleansing for Indoor RFID Tracking Data
  • Bo Xu, Leon Stenneth, Ouri Wolfson, Jie Yang and Philip Yu. Real time street parking availability estimation
  • Sergio Mascetti, Letizia Bertolaja and Claudio Bettini. A Practical Location Privacy Attack in Proximity Services
  • Siyuan Liu, Miguel Araújo, Ramayya Krishnan, Emma Brunskill, Rosaldo Rossetti and João Barros. Understanding Sequential Decisions via Inverse Reinforcement Learning
  • Laura Radaelli, Dovydas Sabonis, Hua Lu and Christian S. Jensen. Identifying Typical Movements Among Indoor Objects - Concepts and Empirical Study
  • Jiansu Pu, Siyuan Liu, Ye Ding, Huamin Qu and Lionel Ni. T-Watcher: A New Visual Analytic System for Effective Traffic Surveillance
  • Brijesh Chejerla and Sanjay Madria. Energy Efficient Spatio-Temporal Information Fusion in Sensor Networks
  • Artur Baniukevic, Christian S. Jensen and Hua Lu. Hybrid Indoor Positioning Systems with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth: Architecture and Performance
  • Ioannis Boutsis and Vana Kalogeraki. Mobile Stream Sampling under Time Constraints
  • Mohamed Sarwat, Ahmed Eldawy, Mohamed Mokbel and John Riedl. Plutus: Leveraging Location-based Social Networks in Recommending Potential Customers to Venues
  • Yuya Sasaki, Wang-Chien Lee, Takahiro Hara and Shojiro Nishio. On Alleviating Beacon Overhead in Routing Protocols for Urban VANETs
  • Johannes Niedermayer, Mario A. Nascimento, Peer Kröger, Matthias Renz, Hans-Peter Kriegel and Khaled Ammar. Cost-Based Quantile Query Processing in Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Manohar Kaul, Bin Yang and Christian S. Jensen. Building Accurate 3D Spatial Networks to Enable Next Generation Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Jin Yang, Tianli Mo, Lipyeow Lim, Kai-Uwe Sattler and Archan Misra. EnergyEfficient Collaborative Query Processing Framework for Mobile Sensing Services


Short Papers

Posters for the presentations of short research papers should be in portrait or landscape format and the maximum dimensions is Standard A0 paper format (841mm x 1189mm).
This size specification must be strictly adhered to in preparation of your posters. The conference organization will supply materials for mounting posters on the boards.

  • Shuo Shang, Hua Lu, Torben Bach Pedersen and Xike Xie. Travel Time Estimation in Traffic-Aware Spatial Networks
  • Daichi Amagata, Yuya Sasaki, Takahiro Hara and Shojiro Nishio. A Robust Routing Method for Top-k Queries in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  • Miao Lin, Zhuo Qi Lee and Wen-Jing Hsu. Uncovering Temporal and Spatial Localities in Individuals' Mobility
  • Christian Kuka, André Bolles, Alexander Funk, Sönke Eilers, Sören Schweigert, Sebastian Gerwinn and Daniela Nicklas. SaLsA Streams: Dynamic Context Models for Autonomous Transport Vehicles based on Multi-Sensor Fusion
  • Carlos Luebbe and Bernhard Mitschang. Holistic Load-Balancing in a Distributed Spatial Cache
  • Sabrina Gaito, Dario Maggiorini, Christian Quadri and Gian Paolo Rossi. Selective offload and proactive caching of mobile data in LTE-based urban networks
  • Vladimir Zadorozhny and Michael Lewis. Information Fusion based on Collective Intelligence for Multi-Robot Search and Rescue Missions
  • Ji Zhang, Wei-Shinn Ku, Xiao Qin and Yu-Ling Hsueh. Evaluation of Spatial Keyword Queries with Partial Result Support on Spatial Networks




Industry Track Papers

  • Giusy Di Lorenzo, Marco Luca Sbodio, Vanessa Lopez and Raymond Lloyd. EXSED: an intelligent tool for EXploration of Social Events Dynamics from augmented trajectories
  • Tanvir Ahmed, Torben Bach Pedersen and Hua Lu. A Data Warehouse Solution for Analyzing RFID-Based Baggage Tracking Data
  • Christoph Stach and Bernhard Mitschang. Privacy Management for Mobile Platforms - A Review of Concepts and Approaches
  • Nitin Agrawal, Akshat Aranya, Shuai Hao and Cristian Ungureanu. Izzy: A Data Cloud for Mobile Clients
  • Charith Perera, Arkady Zaslavsky, Peter Christen, Michael Compton and Dimitrios Georgakopoulos. Context-aware Sensor Search, Selection and Ranking Model for Internet of Things Middleware


Short Papers
  • Aristide Fattori, Alessandro Reina, Andrea Gerino and Sergio Mascetti. On the Privacy of Real-World Friend-Finder Services
  • Fábio Da Costa Albuquerque, Marco A. Casanova, Marcelo Tílio M. de Carvalho, Jose Antonio F. de Macedo and Chiara Renso. A Proactive Application to Monitor Truck Fleets




Demo Papers

Posters for demo presentations should be in portrait format only and the maximum dimensions is Standard A1 paper format (594mm x 841mm).
This size specification must be strictly adhered to in preparation of your posters. The conference organization will supply materials for mounting posters on the boards.

  • MOIR/UOTS: Trip Recommendation with User Oriented Trajectory Search. Kuien Liu (Chinese Academy of Science, China), Bin Yang (Aarhus University, Denmark), Shuo Shang (Aalborg University, Denmark) and Zhiming Ding (Chinese Academy of Science, China)
  • EcoTour: Reducing the Environmental Footprint of Vehicles Using Eco-Routes. Ove Andersen (Aalborg University, Denmark), Christian S. Jensen (Aarhus University, Denmark), Kristian Torp (Aalborg University, Denmark) and Bin Yang (Aarhus University, Denmark).
  • IndoorSTG: A Flexible Tool to Generate Trajectory Data for Indoor Moving Object. Chuanlin Huang, Peiquan Jin, Huaishuai Wang, Na Wang, Shouhong Wan, Lihua Yue (University of Science and Technology, China)
  • FlowPredictor: Continuous Queries on Actual and Predicted Object Flow in Symbolic Space. Kenneth Fuglsang Christensen, Lasse Linnerup Christiansen, Torben Bach Pedersen and Jeppe Pihl (Aalborg University, Denmark)
  • A Platform for Privacy-Preserving Geo-Social Recommendation of Points of Interest. Daniele Riboni and Claudio Bettini (University of Milan, Italy)
  • How to Assure Privacy on Mobile Devices? Christoph Stach (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  • A Novel Mobile Framework for Anonymity Techniques & Services Research. Evangelos Sakkopoulos, Mersini Paschou, Athanasios Tsakalidis (University of Patras, Greece), Spyros Sioutas (Ionian University, Greece) and Vassilios Verykios (Hellenic Open University, Greece)




Ph.D. Forum Papers

Posters for the presentations of Ph.D. forum papers should be in portrait or landscape format and the maximum dimensions is Standard A0 paper format (841mm x 1189mm).
This size specification must be strictly adhered to in preparation of your posters. The conference organization will supply materials for mounting posters on the boards.

  • Tiago Gonçalves. Visual Analysis of Mobility Data
  • Oscar Urra. Using Mobile Agents in Vehicular Networks for Data Processing
  • Dragan Ahmetovic. Smartphone-Assisted Mobility in Urban Environments for Visually Impaired Users Through Computer Vision and Sensor Fusion
  • Letizia Bertolaja. Location Privacy Management and Protection in Geo-Social Networks
  • Omran Saleh. Distributed Complex Event Processing in Sensor Networks