Welcome to the web page of the first Comm'n'Sense.KOM mini workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks. It will be held on 7 July 2009 at the Multimedia Communications Lab seminar room (S3 06 / 348, for directions see here).
Sensor networks are expected to play a very vital role in enabling communication services in future. Moreover, such networks can be used to monitor and effectively control production plants, industrial
networks, monitor homes as well as in the health-care scenario. Thus, we see that the range of applications for wireless sensor networks is very vast and diverse. This range of applications brings up challenges for performance guarantees, quality of service, security, privacy and a number of other novel challenges given the envisioned scale of such networks. Within the scope of the Comm'n'Sense.KOM mini workshop which is being organized by the Multimedia Communication Lab (KOM), TU Darmstadt, leading researchers will have an opportunity to present state-of-the art research in their respective fields. We heartily encourage the invited researchers to present late-breaking results and early stage research.
Comm'n'Sense.KOM aims to get together a selected range of experts working in different areas of wireless sensor networking. This will serve to enhance and encourage cooperation at all levels between the leading researchers and also provide a platform for exploring common interests as well as areas for collaboration.
09h30 – 10h00 Welcome Talk and Coffee (Ralf Steinmetz + Parag S. Mogre, TU Darmstadt)
10h00 – 10h40 FAIR: Fuzzy based Aggregation providing In-network Resilience for real-time Wireless Sensor Networks (Dirk Westhoff, NEC Heidelberg)
10h40 – 11h20 Security by Wireless – or – Why play fairer than the Attacker? (Ivan Martinovic, TU Kaiserslautern)
11h20 – 11h30 Coffee Break
11h30 – 12h10 Sensor Network Calculus – Motivation, Basics, Applications (Jens Schmitt, TU Kaiserslautern)
12h10 – 12h50 Participatory Sensing in Commerce: Using Mobile Camera Phones to Track Market Price Dispersion (Salil Kanhere, UNSW Sydney)
12h50 – 14h00 Lunch Break
14h00 – 14h40 A ROM-Friendly Secure Code Update Mechanism for WSNs using a stateful-verifier T-time Signature Scheme (Osman Ugus, NEC Heidelberg)
14h40 – 15h10 Stream-oriented Lossless Data Compression in Wireless Sensor Networks (Andreas Reinhardt, TU Darmstadt)
15h10 – 15h20 Coffee Break
15h20 – 15h50 Adaptive and Reliable Multi-hop Over-the-Air Reprogramming of Wireless Sensor Networks with Fountain Codes (Alban Hessler, NEC Heidelberg)
15h50 – 16h10 Coffee and Snacks
16h10 – 17h30 Lab tour (Parag S. Mogre, TU Darmstadt)