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DMSN 2010 : 7th International Workshop on Data Management for Sensor Networks

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Conference Series : Data Management for Sensor Networks
 
Link: http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~dmsn10
 
When Sep 13, 2010 - Sep 13, 2010
Where Singapore
Submission Deadline May 3, 2010
Categories    databases   sensor networks
 

Call For Papers

th International Workshop on Data Management for Sensor Networks (DMSN'10)
in conjunction with VLDB 2010

September 13th, 2010

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~dmsn10/


WORKSHOP AIM

The scope of the workshop includes all important aspects of sensor data management, including data acquisition, processing, and storage in remote
wireless networks; the handling of uncertain sensor data; and the management of heterogeneous and sometimes sensitive sensor data in databases. The
resource-constrained, lossy, noisy, distributed, and remote nature of wireless sensor networks implies that traditional database techniques often cannot
be applied without significant retooling. Challenges associated with acquiring, processing, and archiving large-scale, heterogeneous sets of live sensor
data also call for novel data management techniques. The inherently incomplete and noisy nature of sensor data further calls for techniques for data
cleaning, inference, and approximation. Finally, in many applications, the collecting of sensor data raises important privacy and security concerns that
require new protection and anonymization techniques.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

We solicit papers that address important aspects of sensor data management. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

- database languages for sensor tasking

- distributed sensor data storage and indexing

- data replication and consistency in noisy and lossy sensor networks

- energy-efficient data acquisition and dissemination

- in-network query processing

- networking support for data processing

- model-based sensor data processing

- query optimization and deployment planning in sensor networks

- managing loss, noise, and ambiguity in sensor data streams and sensor databases

- integration of live and stored sensor data

- challenges and techniques for new types of sensor data: e.g., RFID, images and

videos, data from scientific and medical instruments

- integration of sensor data of different modalities and from different sources

- personal, ubiquitous applications of sensor-based infrastructures

- techniques for secure sensor data collection and processing

- privacy protection techniques for sensor data

- collecting and publishing of large sensor data sets

- data stream management

- complex event detection and processing

- systems issues as they relate to the main topics of the workshop

- social and people-centric sensor networks using smartphones

- adhoc and mobile sensor networks

- experiences with real-world large-scale sensor applications

- semantic sensor web

Submitted papers must not have been published or currently be under consideration for publication at another venue.

We are particularly interested in position papers, vision papers, system designs, and papers that address new challenges for sensor data management.
Furthermore, this year we are also planning to organize a special poster & demo session at DMSN.

Questions about the workshop scope should be directed to the program committee chairs at dmsn10@cs.ucy.ac.cy.

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract submission: Mon, May 03, 2010

Paper submission: Mon, May 10, 2010

Notification: Mon, Jul 26, 2010

Camera-ready copy due: Mon, Aug 09, 2010

Workshop: Mon, Sep 13, 2010

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

All submissions will be handled electronically using the Conference Management System made available to us by Microsoft Research. Detailed submission
instructions are posted on the DMSN'10 web site: http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~dmsn10/

Full papers and poster/demo proposals in PDF format must be submitted by May 10th, 2010. Papers should be in the ACM Proceedings camera-ready format and
must be at most 6 pages long for regular papers, and at most 2 pages long for poster/demo proposals.

Questions about the submission process should be directed to the program co-chairs at: dmsn10@cs.ucy.ac.cy.

WORKSHOP FORMAT

Our goal is to bridge communities by bringing together interested researchers from different communities to identify future research challenges and
opportunities. As such, the workshop will be organized in a way to foster interaction and exchange of ideas among the participants. We expect to have
longer than usual question-and-answer periods after paper presentations, one keynote speech, and an interactive poster & demo session.

ORGANIZATION

General Chairs:

Mario A. Nascimento University of Alberta, Canada

Nesime Tatbul ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Program Committee Chairs:

Wang-Chien Lee Pennsylvania State University, USA

Demetris Zeinalipour University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Publicity Chair:

Olga Papaemmanouil Brandeis University, USA

Steering Committee:

Yanlei Diao University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Christian S. Jensen Aalborg University, Denmark

Alexandros Labrinidis University of Pittsburgh, USA

Samuel R. Madden MIT, USA

Program Committee:

Karl Aberer EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
Magdalena Balazinska University of Washington, USA
Ugur Cetintemel Brown, USA
Lei Chen HKUST, Hong Kong
Panos K. Chrysanthis University of Pittsburgh, USA
Yanlei Diao University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Alvaro A.A. Fernandes University of Manchester, UK
Lin Gu HKUST, Hong Kong
Takahiro Hara Osaka University, Japan
Wei Hong Arch Rock Corporation, USA
Christian S. Jensen Aalborg University, Denmark
Vana Kalogeraki AUEB, Greece
Yannis Kotidis AUEB, Greece
Philip Levis Stanford University, USA
Samuel R. Madden MIT, USA
Sebastian Michel Saarland University, Germany
Gail Mitchell BBN, USA
Mohamed Mokbel University of Minnesota, USA
Rene Mueller ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Mario A. Nascimento University of Alberta, Canada
Suman Nath Microsoft Research Redmond, USA
Ioanis Nikolaidis University of Alberta, Canad
Olga Papaemmanouil Brandeis University, USA
Kai-Uwe Sattler TU Ilmenau, Germany
Adam Silberstein Yahoo! Research, USA
Kian-Lee Tan NUS, Singapore
Xueyan Tang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Nesime Tatbul ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Goce Trajcevski Northwestern University, USA
Matt Welsh Harvard, USA
Jianliang Xu Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Jun Yang Duke University, USA

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