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DAY 1 Session-I, Session-II, Session-III, Poster

DAY 2Panel, Session-IV, Session-V, Session-VI

Day 1

Thursday April 29, 2004

 

8:45 AM

Opening Remarks	

 

Bud Baeslack, Dean of School of Engineering, RPI

 

9AM-10AM

Keynote Speech

 

Bulent Yener, Workshop Chair, RPI

 

 

"Introduction"

 

 

Imrich Chlamtac, University of Texas at Dallas

 

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"Sensor Networks - from Applications to Networks"  

 

10AM-10:15AM

Coffee Break

 

10:15AM-11:55AM

SESSION I: PERVASIVE and UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING

 

Boleslaw Szymanski, Chair, RPI

 

Guerney Hunt, IBM TJ Watson Laboratory

 

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"Integrating Pervasive Computing into the emerging Utility  Infrastructures"  

 

Ken Birman, Cornell University

 

...

 

"Navigating in the Dark: New Options for Building Self-Configuring Embedded  Systems"  

 

Pramod K. Varshney, Syracuse University

 

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"On Sensor Networking and Signal Processing for Smart and Safe Buildings"  

 

Noon-1:30PM

Lunch Break

 

1:30PM-3:10PM

SESSION II: PERVASIVE NETWORKING

 

Ken Vastola, Chair, RPI

 

Tony Ephremides, University of Maryland

 

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"ENERGY: The Root of All Pervasiveness" 

 

Martha Steenstrup, Stow Research L.L.C.

 

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"Emergent Structure among Self-Organizing Devices"

 

Eytan Modiano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

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"Cooperative routing in wireless networks"

 

3:10PM-3:30PM

Coffee Break

 

3:30PM-5:10PM

SESSION III:  SENSOR NETWORKS- Architectures and Algorithms

 

Chris Carothers, Chair, RPI

 

Ness Shroff, Purdue University

 

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"On the Fundamental Relationship Between Achievable Capacity and  Delay in Mobile Wireless Networks"

 

Johannes Gehrke, Cornell University

 

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"Energy-efficient Data Management in Sensor Networks"

 

Lav R. Varshney and Sergio D. Servetto, Cornell University

 

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"The System Architecture of a Distributed Transmitter for the Sensor  Reachback Problem based on Radar Signals"

 

5:30PM-6:30PM

Cocktail and Poster Session (Day I)

 

Joe Flaherty, Dean of School of Science, RPI

 

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"Poster Opening"

 

6:45PM

Dinner				

 

Lester Gerhardt, Associate Dean of School of Engineering, RPI

 

...

"Dinner Speaker"

 

Day 2

Friday April 30, 2004

 

7:30AM-9:00AM

Breakfast

 

9AM-10AM

PANEL:   Strategic Direction in Federal Funding

 

Randolph Franklin, Chair, RPI

 

Brett Fleisch, NSF

 

Sri Kumar, DARPA

 

Bob Kaminski, AIR FORCE

 

10AM-10:15AM

Coffee Break

 

10:15AM-11:55AM

SESSION IV: NETWORKED EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

 

Shiv Kalyanaraman, Chair, RPI

 

Mario Gerla, UCLA

 

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"Opportunistic networking and sensing in the urban vehicle grid"

 

Murat Alanyali, Boston University

 

...

"A Distributed Architecture for Decision Making in Sensor Networks"

 

Jing Zhu, Sumit RoyXingang Guo, and W. Steven Conner, University of Washington

 

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"Maximizing Aggregate Throughput in 802.11 Mesh Networks with  Physical  Carrier Sensing and Two-Radio Multi-Channel Clustering"

 

Noon-1:30PM

Lunch Break

 

1:30PM-3:10PM

SESSION V:  SECURITY and INFORMATION ASSURANCE

 

Bulent Yener, Chair, RPI

 

Fred Schneider, Cornell University

 

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"Trustworthy Services from Untrustworthy Components:  Overview"

 

Moti Yung, Columbia University

 

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"The Security and Privacy in Activeworld"

 

Yoram Ofek, University of Trento

 

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"The TrustedFlow Protocol for Remotely Authenticated and Trusted  Operation"

 

3:10PM-3:30PM

Coffee Break

 

3:30PM-5:10PM

SESSION VI:  SENSOR NETWORKS- Applications

 

Alhussein Abouzeid, Chair, RPI

 

Jim Kurose, University of Massachusetts

 

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"Networking Research Challenges in Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of  the Atmosphere"

 

Azer Bestavros, Boston University

 

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"Exploiting the Transients of Adaptation for RoQ Attacks on Internet Resources"

 

Bhaskar Krishnamachari and Marc Pearlman, University of Southern California

 

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"Self-Optimization in Sensor Networks"

 

Andreas Savvides, Yale University

 

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"Experience from the Design and Deployment of a Self-Configuring  Beaconing System"

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