09:00 - 11:00 - Room Castelo IV Session 1 - MOEOD
  • 2: Semantic Approach to WMO Codes Enrico Fucile
  • 4: A (Near) Real-time Validation and Standardization System Tested for MAMBO1 Meteo-marine Fixed Station Elena Partescano, Alessandra Giorgetti, Caterina Fanara, Alessandro Crise, Alessandro Oggioni, Alberto Brosich and Paola Carrara
  • 7: Conception and Implementation of an OGC-compliant Sensor Observation Service for a Standardized Access to Raster Data Juergen Sorg and Ralf Kunkel
  • 9: Guidelines and Challenges Towards the Implementation of Intelligent Sensing Techniques in a Water Quality Prediction Application Marcos X. Álvarez, Moisés Sánchez, Olga Zlydareva, Gregory M. P. O'Hare and Michael J. O'Grady
09:15 - 10:15 - Room Castelo II Keynote Lecture A Tiny Laboratory under the Skin Sandro Carrara, EPFL, Switzerland
10:15 - 11:15 - Alfama Posters Session 1
  • 3: A Task Allocation Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks in a Multi-Agent Environment Luca Caviglione, Mauro Coccoli and Alberto Grosso
  • 6: Evaluation of Energy Efficiency of Aggregation in WSNs using Petri Nets Ákos Milánkovich, Gergely Ill, Károly Lendvai, Sándor Imre and Sándor Szabó
  • 11: A New Covariance-assignment State Estimator in the Presence of Intermittent Observation Losses Sangho Ko, Seungeun Kang and Jihyoung Cha
  • 15: Integration of a Wireless Sensor-actuator Network and an FPGA for Intelligent Inhabited Environments Javier Echanobe, Estibaliz Asua and Inés del Campo
  • 19: An Architecture for Seamless Configuration, Deployment, and Management of Wireless Sensor-actuator Networks Edgard Neto, Rui Mendes and Luís Lopes
  • 22: Performance Evaluation of Routing Schemes in Wireless Sensor Networks for Train Monitoring Oussama Drissi, Adel Omar Dahmane and Tayeb Medjeldi
  • 24: Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Network Design based on Uncertainty and Mutual Information Monika Maciejewska and Andrzej Szczurek
  • 25: A Proposal for an Internet of Things-based Monitoring System Composed by Low Capability, Open Source and Open Hardware Devices Jesus Rodriguez-Molina, José-Fernán Martínez, Gregorio Rubio and Vicente Hernández
  • 26: Smart Fabrication of Robotic Systems - A Project with University Students Vanessa Nickel, Pablo Ottersbach, Robert Reichert and Michael Schäfer
  • 28: The Intelligent Container - A Cognitive Sensor Net for Fruit Logistics Walter Lang, Steffen Janßen and Reiner Jedermann
  • 32: An Adaptable Framework for Interoperating Between Wireless Sensor Networks and External Applications Thanh-Dien Tran, David Nunes, Carlos Herrera and Jorge Sá Silva
  • 33: LA6 - Local Aggregation in the Internet of Things Bruno Graça Coelho and Rui M. Rocha
  • 36: A Routing Algorithm based on Semi-supervised Learning for Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks Zilong Jin, Donghai Guan, Jinsung Cho and Ben Lee
  • 38: Design of an Unstructured and Free Geo-Coordinates Information Brokerage System for Sensor Networks using Directional Random Walks Cristina Muñoz and Pierre Leone
  • 39: Sensing Real-time Observatories in Marine Sites - A Proof-of-Concept Alessandro Oggioni, Mauro Bastianini, Paola Carrara, Tiziano Minuzzo and Fabio Pavesi
  • 51: Homogeneous Wireless Sensor Network Programming using MuFFIN Rui Pires, Francisco Martins and Dulce Domingos
  • 54: Improving NS-2 Network Simulator to Evaluate IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Networks Under Error Conditions André Guerreiro, Jeferson L. R. Souza and José Rufino
  • 55: Priority Enabled Distance-energy based Routing Algorithm for UWSN C. P. Gupta, Mayank Bisht and Arun Kumar
  • 58: A User Configurable Metric for Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks Lina Xu, David Lillis, G. M. P. O’Hare and Rem Collier
  • 64: Dynamic Transmission Range based on Packet Reception Ratio and Density in VANETs Muhammad Imran Khan
  • 66: Compensation of the Antenna Polarization Misalignment in the RSSI Estimation D. Polese, L. Pazzini, A. Minotti, L. Maiolo and A. Pecora
  • 69: Radio-Interferometric Object Trajectory Estimation Gergely Zachár and Gyula Simon
11:00 Coffee-Break (11:00 - 11:15)
11:15 - 13:15 - Room Castelo III Parallel Session 2
  • 30: Performance Analysis of Random Relaying of Partitioned MDS Codeword Block Applied to Persistent Relay CSMA over Random Error Channels Katsumi Sakakibara and Jumpei Taketsugu
  • 71: Geographic Routing with Partial Position Information Tony Ducrocq, Michaël Hauspie and Nathalie Mitton
  • 20: Peer Synchronization Method for Wireless Sensor Networks using Heterogeneous Bluetooth Sensor Nodes Steffen Dalgard, Franck Fleurey and Anders E. Liverud
  • 35: A Distributed Greedy Algorithm for Constructing Connected Dominating Sets in Wireless Sensor Networks Akshaye Dhawan, Michelle Tanco and Nicholas Scoville
  • 37: Combinatorial Approach for Geographic Routing with Delivery Guarantees Kasun Samarasinghe and Pierre Leone
13:15 Lunch (13:15 - 14:45)
14:45 - 16:30 - Room Castelo II Parallel Session 1 - Doctoral Consortium
  • 1: Spatial Distribution of Wireless Sensor Nodes in the Urban Environment Vendula Hejlová
  • 4: Fuzzy-based Routing Metrics Combination for RPL Patrick Olivier Kamgueu, Emmanuel Nataf, Thomas Djotio and Olivier Festor
14:45 - 16:45 - Room Castelo III Parallel Session 3
  • 18: SCLD-ATP: Symmetric Coherent Link Degree, Adaptive Transmission Power Control for Wireless Sensor Networks Konstantinos Chantzis, Dimitrios Amaxilatis, Ioannis Chatzigiannakis and Jose Rolim
  • 52: Life Time Sensitive Weighted Clustering on Wireless Sensor Networks Elnaz Alizadeh Jarchlo and Cüneyt F. Bazlamaçcı
  • 72: Sensing Gestures for Business Intelligence David Bell, Nikhil Makwana and Chidozie Mgbemena
  • 14: Handling Time and Reactivity for Synchronization and Clock Drift Calculation in Wireless Sensor/Actuator Networks Marcel Baunach
  • 60: M3: Machine-to-Machine Management Framework Heikki Mahkonen, Tony Jokikyyny, Jaime Jimenéz and Sławomir Kukliński
16:45 Coffee-Break (16:45 - 17:00)
17:00 - 18:00 - Room Castelo II Keynote Lecture Physiological Computing for Outdoor Activities António Câmara, YDreams, Portugal
19:00 Social Event (19:00 - 23:30)