Posters and Demos

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 

10:30 am – 11:00 am ● 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm ● 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Exploiting Heterogeneity for Sensor Network Security (Poster)
Jens Mache (Lewis & Clark College), Chieh-Yih Wan, Mark Yarvis (Intel Corporation)

The Worst and Best Case Capacity Analysis of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) Using a 3-Phase Algorithm (Poster)
Syed Rizvi (University of Bridgeport), Aasia Riasat (Institute of Business Management), Khaled Elleithy, Mustafa Khan (University of Bridgeport)

Mobile Sensor Network Resilient Against Node Replication Attacks (Poster)
Chia-Mu Yu (Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University, Chun-Shien Lu (Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica), Sy-Yen Kuo (National Taiwan University)

A First Step Towards Dynamic Profiling of Sensor-Based Systems (Poster)
Srihari Sridharan, Susan Lysecky (University of Arizona)

Rolling Out RFIDs: A Lightweight Positioning Environment for Ad Hoc Applications (Poster)
Kaoru Sezaki (University of Tokyo), Izumi Kamiya, Kohei Miyagawa (Geographical Survey Institute), Shinichi Konomi (University of Tokyo, JP)

Making Sensor Networks Accessible to Undergraduates Through Activity-Based (Poster)Laboratory Materials
Jens Mache (Lewis & Clark College), Damon Tyman (Portland State University), Nirupama Bulusu (Portland State University)

Immunity-based Epidemic Routing in Intermittent Networks (Poster)
Padma Mundur (University of Maryland), Matthew Seligman (LTS), Jin Na Lee (University of Maryland)

Reactive Identification of Misbehavior in Ad Hoc Networks Based on Random Audits (Poster)
William Kozma, Loukas Lazos (University of Arizona)

Wireless Sensor Networks for Debris Flow Observation (Poster)
Chuan-Yu Cho (Tsing Hua University), Pai Chou (University of California, Irivne), Yeh-Ching Chung, Chung-Ta King, Ming-Jer Tsai (National Tsing Hua University), Bing-Jean Lee, Tien-Yin Chou (Feng Chia University)

Real Time Locating System for Wireless Networks using IEEE 802.15.4 Radio (Demo)
Hyuntae Cho, Yunju Baek, Yeonsu Jung, Hoon Choi, Jang Hyunsung, Son Sanghyun (Pusan National University)

A Demonstration of Video over a User Centric Prioritization Scheme for Wireless LANs (Demo)
Konstantinos Choumas (University of Thessaly), Thanasis Korakis (Polytechnic University), Leandros Tassiulas (University of Thessaly)

A Calorie Count Application for a Mobile Phone Based on METS Value (Demo)
Nanami Ryu, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Tohru Asami (University of Tokyo)

DiffQ: Differential Backlog Congestion Control for Wireless Multi-hop Networks (Demo)
Ajit Warrier, Sangtae Ha, Injong Rhee (North Carolina State University)

Visualization and Representation of Mobile Network Users (Demo)
Sungwook Moon, Udayan Kumar, Jeeyoung Kim, Wei-jen Hsu, Ahmed Helmy (University of Florida)

Call for Posters and Demos (PDF)

IEEE SECON 2008 will include poster/demonstration sessions that shall provide a forum to present and discuss: works in progress, industry demonstrations of new applications and techniques, practical implementations, industrial and commercial developments, research testbeds and demonstrations, recent research/implementation results, upcoming research challenges, future directions, and novel approaches in the fields of sensor, mesh and ad hoc communications and networks. One of the key goals of this conference is to foster collaboration between industry and academia. Hence, participation of researchers/developers from industry and posters/demostrations reporting joint work between industry and academia are especially encouraged.

Submissions should be in the form of a proposal describing the main contributions of the poster/demo and the merits of the proposed ideas. If available, preliminary results can also be included. Proposals will be evaluated mainly based on their potential to stimulate interesting discussions, exchange of ideas and promote collaborations.

Submissions should not be more than three pages (preferably IEEE conference format, 2-column) in length. Demonstration submissions should include the space requirements and/or any other equipment-specific requirements. The documents must contain the authors' names, affiliations, and contact information and the designated corresponding author.

Accepted authors of posters/demos will have a space in the poster/demo session room to display their posters or exhibit their demos and describe their work in discussions with interested attendees. Moreover, the abstact of the accepted posters/demos will appear in IEEE Xplore.

IEEE Communications Society policy states that all accepted IEEE SECON 2008 posters/demos require at least a one day registration. For authors co-authoring multiple posters/demos, a one day registration is valid for up to three presentations. In addition, there needs to be at least one person per poster/demo registered for one day by 5/28/2008 in order for the abstract to appear in IEEE Xplore.

Please submit the proposal via EDAS at Any questions can be addressed to Poster/Demo Co-Chairs Alhussein Abouzeid ( and Sunghyun Choi (

Alhussein Abouzeid and Sunghyun Choi
IEEE SECON Poster/Demo Co-Chairs