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SN4MS 2012 : Workshop on Social Network for Mobility Services

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Link: http://www.femto-st.fr/SN4MS-12
 
When Nov 20, 2012 - Nov 23, 2012
Where Besançon, France
Submission Deadline Jul 30, 2012
Notification Due Sep 30, 2012
Final Version Due Oct 15, 2012
Categories    communication   networking   mobility   mobile network
 

Call For Papers

Social Network for Mobility Services (SN4MS)
Workshop associated with
the IEEE International Conference on Internet of iThings 2012
November 20th-23rd, 2012
Besançon, France
http://www.femto-st.fr/SN4MS-12

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The workshop entitled "Social Network for Mobile Services" (SN4MS) is
intended for a duration of one day (4-5 time-slots with breaks). 10 to
15 participants are expected. All papers accepted and presented at SN4MS
will be peer-reviewed by three reviewers. TPC members participate in
the peer-reviews of the papers and have the possibility of assigning
papers to external reviewers. In order to promote the workshop,
organisers, TPC members and publicity chairs will (i) announce the call
for paper at international renowned mailing lists, (ii) deploy a Web
site dedicated to the workshop, (iii) directly email relevant
institutions, projects, firms and activities. In addition, the
organisers will actively investigate/look for the possibility of
publishing the best papers in special issues. All the accepted papers
will be published in the Proceedings of the IEEE iThings conference.

* Objective, scope and contribution to SN4MS

The SN4MS workshop aims at sharing theoretical, experimental and
operational results in the conception and development of Social Network
based and Peer-to-peer oriented mobility services.Both Social Networks
based and Peer-to-peer oriented
applications will be addressed, such as, in particular, Dynamic and
Multi-scale Mobility Services based on wireless communications. Modern
smartphones and multi-communication embedded systems operating in
relation with peer-to-peer or centralized shared mobility services are
instrumental in the conception and development of innovative
applications. Shared mobility services include dynamic car-pooling, car
sharing, and real-time resource sharing. Therein, the social networks
involved go beyond the static use of an Internet application but also in
a dynamic and mobile Internet application, and even more in a
web-service oriented peer-to-peer application which may rely on embedded
and native smartphone applications.

The lessons learned while conceiving, developing and maintaining such
applications is that they are particularly exposed to environmental
perturbations, unreliable wireless telecommunication and high mobility
versatility.

This poses extraordinary challenges both to the designers and to the
research community who attempt to provide real-time and multi-scale
social network based applications. Targeted applications may be sharing
mobility application in global and public transportation policy services
and systems. Then simulation, emulation and optimisation frameworks may
complete the tool set to address multi-scale mobility services, from
individual or collective human mobility to large-scale RF-Mems mobility.

Novel papers are invited both from academia and from industrial research
environments. Submissions should describe original theoretical or
empirical results, new techniques or in-depth user studies. on a series
of social network based mobility services topics converging towards
smart and mutualised mobility:

- Wireless smartphone or internet mobile enhanced organization,
optimization, simulation, emulation, tracking, real-time transportation
management
- Mobility, transport, resource planning and optimisation,
- Smart mobilities, robust and flexible cooperative mobility or services
- Simulation, emulation, real-world testbeds and commercial experiences
- Degradable wireless communication
- Privacy, confidentiality, awareness, discrete to continuous wireless
services
- Service usage and user assistance
- ICT positioning based services or applications
- peer-to-peer positioning services, peer-to-peer contextual services
- Innovative applications enabled by human mobility for other
disciplines, such as sociology or environmental sciences
- Inspiring mobile social applications and services (Social-On-The-Go)
- Mobile social networks for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
- Mobile applications for social sciences and large data collection
enabled by human mobility and crowd-sourcing


* Contribution related to to iThings:

Real-time, multi-scale, social network-based mobility services
constitute major applications of the Internet of Things and in
particular of coming peer-to-peer services and other ICT innovations. As
such, the SN4MS workshop spans across different communities (e.g.,
wireless positioning systems, multi-GNSS based contextual mobile
application for mobile, multi-scale and adaptive RF-MEMS, Real-Time and
Cooperative Processes, simulation/emulation/operation systems,
intelligent transportation systems) that are in relation with the
Internet of Things.

* Organizing Committee

- Main contact point: organisers can be contacted at ns4ms@femto-st.fr
- Dr. Philippe Canalda (Responsible)
Affiliation: Institute Femto-st & Université de Franche-Comté
Email: Philippe.Canalda@femto-st.fr
- Dr. Maxime Wack, *semantic web* SeT laboratory, France
- Dr. A.-J. Fougères, *cooperative processes* Femto-st, France
- Pr. François Spies, Femto-st Institute, France

* Program Committee

Dr. Bakhouya M., Senior researcher at Aalto university, Finland
Prof. Paolo Barsocchi, ISTI / C.N.R., Italy
Prof. Gustavo Belforte, UPT, Italy
Prof. Michel Bierlaire, EPFL, Switzerland
Prof. Alexandre Caminada, UTBM, France
Dr. Philippe Canalda, Institute Femto-st, France
Dr. Stephan Junker, ISTA, Germany
Prof. Kristian Kloeckl, Senseable City Lab at MIT, USA
Dr. Christos Laoudias, KIOS Research Center for
Intelligent Systems and Networks, Cyprus
Dr. Piotr Mirowski, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA
Prof. Adriano Moreira, Universidad del Minho, Portugal
Dr. Letizia Lo Presti, UPT, Italy
Prof. Francesco Potortì, CNR-ISTI, Italy
Dr. Valérie Renaudin, university of Calgary, Canada
Prof. Carlo Ratti, Senseable City Lab at MIT, USA
Prof. Chris Rizos, UNSW, Australia
Dr. Lal Samarakoon, Director Geoinformatics Center
School of Engineering and Technology, Thailand
Prof. François Spies, Institute Femto-st, France
Prof. Sami Tabbane, MEDIATRON Lab., Tunisia
Prof. Roger Torrenti, Sigma-Orionis group, France
Dr. TA Hai Tung Vice-director of navis -
Hanoi university of science and Technology, Vietnam
(to be completed)

* Publicity Chair:

Dr. Damien Charlet, Femto-st, France
Dr. Oumaya Baala, SeT, France
PhD student, Akram Salem, Femto-st, France

* Author recommendation

Authors are invited to submit full papers (max 6 pages) or short
papers (max 3 pages), where the page limits include figures, tables,
and references. Papers should be formatted in the standard two-column,
10 pt font, IEEE conference paper format. As usual, the work submitted
must be original, not previously published or under submission at
other venues. Submissions will be accepted in PDF following the
standard IEEE paper format (see the standard IEEE Transactions
templates for Microsoft Word or LaTeX formats that can be found at
http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html).

* Important Dates

Paper submission due: 30 July, 2012
Notification of acceptance: 30 September, 2012
Camera-ready due: 15 October, 2012
Conference: 20-23 November, 2012

* How to submit

The submission is possible, either by using the website easychair :
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sn4ms
or by sending an email to sn4ms@femto-st.fr with a brief description of
your submission, and the submission attached to the email.

* How to registrate

The registration is made through the IEEE process from the IEEE
conferences sites of iThings, Greencom and CPSCom :
http://ithings.univ-fcomte.fr/
http://greencom.univ-fcomte.fr/
http://cpscom.univ-fcomte.fr/

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