• Proposal for a sensor network application development with ActionScript
    Kazuhisa Asakawa (Iwate Prefectural University),Mitsuhiro Kashiwada (Iwate Prefectural University), Norihisa Segawa (Iwate Prefectural University), Jun Sawamoto (Iwate Prefectural University)
  • Enabling Flexible MAC Protocol Design for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Obaid Salikeen (RWTH Aachen University), Junaid Ansari (RWTH Aachen University), Xi Zhang (RWTH Aachen University), Petri Mahonen (RWTH Aachen University)
  • The Lorien Dynamic Component Based OS
    Barry Porter (Lancaster University), Utz Roedig (Lancaster University), Francois Taiani (Lancaster University), Geoff Coulson (Lancaster University)
  • A Multi-view Visual Surveillance System Based on Angle Coverage
    Po-Yu Chen (National Tsing Hua University), Hsi-Min Lin (National Tsing Hua University), Wen-Tsuen Chen (National Tsing Hua University), Yu-Chee Tseng (National Chiao Tung University)
  • Whistle - Synchronization-Free TDOA for Localization
    Ran Yu(Tsinghua University), Bin Xu (Tsinghua University), Guodong Sun (Tsinghua University), Zheng Yang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
  • A WiFi-based Low-cost Mobile Video Surveillance System for Dynamic Police Force Deployment and Real-time Guard for Public Security
    Yang Wang (University of Science and Technology of China), Liusheng Huang (University of Science and Technology of China), Hongli Xu (University of Science and Technology of China), Kai Xing (University of Science and Technology of China), Wei Yang (University of Science and Technology of China), Gang Liu (University of Science and Technology of China)
  • RF Sounding
    Claudia Rinaldi (University of L'Aquila), Luigi Pomante (University of L'Aquila), Roberto Alesii (University of L'Aquila), Fabio Graziosi (University of L'Aquila)
  • Magneto-inductive Tracking of Underground Animals
    Andrew Markham (University of Oxford), Niki Trigoni (University of Oxford), Stephen A. Ellwood (University of Oxford), David W. Macdonald (University of Oxford)
  • A Shared Sensor Network Infrastructure
    Christos Efstratiou (University of Cambridge), Ilias Leontiadis (University of Cambridge),Cecilia Mascolo (University of Cambridge), Jon Crowcroft (University of Cambridge)
  • RealSSim: A Simulator for Indoor Sensor Network Systems
    Yu-Seung Ma (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Junkeun Song (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Ji-Young Kwak (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Misun Yu (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Duk-Kyun Woo (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Pyungsoo Mah (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)
  • A MAC Contest between LPL (the Champion) and Reins-MAC (the Challenger, an Anarchic TDMA Scheduler Providing QoS)
    Matteo Ceriotti (Fondazione Bruno Kessler-IRST), Amy L. Murphy (Fondazione Bruno Kessler-IRST)
  • Traffic related observations by Line Sensing techniques
    Mangesh Chitnis (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna), Claudio Salvadori (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna), Matteo Petracca (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna), Paolo Pagano (Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni), Giuseppe Lipari (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna).
  • TinyTune, A Collaborative Sensor Network Musical Instrument
    Blake Newman (University of Queensland), Joshua Sanders (University of Queensland), Riley Hughes (University of Queensland), Raja Jurdak (CSIRO ICT Centre / University of Queensland)
  • Kitokito - Supporting Impromptu Collaboration in Participatory Sensing Using Smart Camera Phones
    Hiroki Ishizuka (University of Tokyo), Shun Fukumoto (Tokyo Denki University), Tatsuhiro Nishimo¬to (Tokyo Denki University), Ryo Fukuhara (Tokyo Denki University), Tatsuya Morita (Tokyo Denki University), Keiji Sugo (Tokyo Denki University), Niwat Thepvilojanapong (Mie University), Shin’ichi Konomi (Tokyo Denki University), Kaoru Sezaki (University of Tokyo), Ryosuke Shibasaki (University of Tokyo), Yoshito Tobe (Tokyo Denki University)
  • Fast Alarm Broadcasting in Critical Event Monitoring using Wireless Sensor Networks
    Kui Zhang (University of Twente), Nirvana Meratnia (University of Twente), Paul J.M. Havinga (University of Twente), Peng Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)
  • CASINO: Creating Alea with a Sensor-based Interactive Network
    Julien Beaudaux (University of Strasbourg), Antoine Gallais (University of Strasbourg), Romain Kuntz (University of Strasbourg), Julien Montavont (University of Strasbourg), Thomas Noel (University of Strasbourg), Damien Roth (University of Strasbourg), Fabrice Theoleyre (University of Strasbourg) and Erkan Valentin (University of Strasbourg)
  • Integrating Symbolic Execution with Sensornet Simulation for Efficient Bug Finding
    Fredrik Osterlind (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Raimondas Sasnauskas (RWTH Aachen University), Oscar Soria Dustmann (RWTH Aachen University), Adam Dunkels (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Klaus Wehrle (RWTH Aachen University)
  • Cooja TimeLine: A Power Visualizer for Sensor Network Simulation
    Fredrik Osterlind (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Joakim Eriksson (Swedish Institute of Computer Science), Adam Dunkels (Swedish Institute of Computer Science)
  • A Versatile Heterogeneous Sensor Networks Testbed
    Qiang Liu (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science), Ze Zhao (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science), Li Cui (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science)
  • Hijacking Power and Bandwidth from the Mobile Phone's Audio Interface
    Ye-Sheng Kuo (University of Michigan), Thomas Schmid (University of Michigan), Prabal Dutta (University of Michigan)
  • Enhancing Wi-Fi Coverage Through ZigBee Mesh Network of Energy Scan Devices
    Flavio Fabbri (University of Bologna), Chiara Buratti (University of Bologna), Cengiz Gezer (University of Bologna), Paolo Toppan (University of Bologna), Andrea Toppan (University of Bologna), Roberto Verdone (University of Bologna)
  • DisCord - Discovering and Coordinating Data Exchange Protocol in Opportunistic Wireless Sensor Networks
    Stevn Mudda (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland), Alessandro Puiatti (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland), Silvia Giordano (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland)
  • Visualizing Sensor Network Data with Powertron
    Maria Kazandjieva (Stanford University), Omprakash Gnawali (Stanford University), Philip Levis (Stanford University)
  • Energy Transference for Sensornets
    Affan A.Syed (University of Southern California), Young Cho (University of Southern California), John Heidemann (University of Southern California)
  • BSMX - Message Exchange between unassociated WLAN devices
    Sascha Schnaufer (University of Mannheim), Thomas Haenselmann (University of Mannheim), Wolfgang Effelsberg (University of Mannheim)
  • iAssist - Rapid Deployment and Maintenance of Tiny Sensing Systems
    Matthias Keller (ETH Zurich), Guido Hungerbuehler (ETH Zurich), Oliver Knecht (ETH Zurich), Suhel Skeikh (ETH Zurich), Jan Beutel (ETH Zurich), Stefanie Gubler (University of Zurich), Joel Fiddes (University of Zurich), Stephan Gruber (University of Zurich)
  • The SpiderBat Ultrasound Positioning System
    Georg Oberholzer (ETH Zurich), Philipp Sommer (ETH Zurich), Roger Wattenhofer (ETH Zurich)
  • TouchAble - A Camera-Based Multitouch System
    Lin-Shung Huang (Carnegie Mellon University), Feng-Tso Sun (Carnegie Mellon University), Pei Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Code In The Air: Simplifying Sensing on Smartphones
    Tim Kaler (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), John Patrick Lynch (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Timothy Peng (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Lenin Ravindranath (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Arvind Thiagarajan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Hari Balakrishnan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Sam Madden (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • ADACEM: Automatic Daily Activity and Calorie Expenditure Monitor on Mobile Phones
    Jun Yang (Nokia Research Center), Zhigang Liu (Nokia Research Center)
  • Fine-Scale Tracking by Fusing Phase Profiles from Multiple Low-Power Doppler Radars
    Kenneth W. Parker (The Samraksh Company), Sandip Bapat (The Samraksh Company), Anish Arora (The Samraksh Company)
  • Open Sensor Network Interface for U-City Service Platform
    Jaechul Kim (SK C&C), Sik Yu (SK C&C), Youngjoon Kim (SK C&C), Sukun Kim (Sonnonet), Jeonghoon Kang (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), Hojung Lim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), Hyungseok Kim (Konkuk University)
  • NOMAD - Networked-Observation and Mobile-agent-based scene Abstraction and Determination
    Lin Zhang (Tsinghua University), Wenzhu Zhang (Tsinghua University), Xinyu Mao (Tsinghua University), Jiantao Jiao (Tsinghua University), Shijie Zheng (Tsinghua University), Linglong Li (Tsinghua University), Yujie Liu(Tsinghua University), Teng Wang (Tsinghua University), Ming Gu (Tsinghua University)


  • Long Range Wireless Sensor Networks using Transmit-only Nodes
    Christof Huebner (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim),Rachel Cardell-Oliver (University of Western Australia),Stefan Hanelt (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim), Tino Wagenknecht (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim), Alvaro Monsalve (University of Western Australia)
  • END, A Topology-Aware Metric for Sensor Networks
    Daniele Puccinelli (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland), Omprakash Gnawali (Stanford University), SunHee Yoon (Stanford University), Silvia Giodano (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland), Leonidas Guibas (Stanford University)
  • Reliable and Energy-Efficient Bulk-Data Dissemination in Wireless Sensor Networks
    David Gugelmann (ETH Zurich), Philipp Sommer (ETH Zurich), Roger Wattenhofer (ETH Zurich)
  • If You Have Time, Save Energy with Pull
    David Hasenfratz (ETH Zurich), Andreas Meier (ETH Zurich), Matthias Woehrle (ETH Zurich), Marco Zimmerling (ETH Zurich), Lothar Thiele (ETH Zurich)
  • A Wireless MEMS-Sensor Network Concept for the Condition Monitoring of Ball Screw Drives in Industrial Plants
    Johannes Schmid (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Tobias Gadeke (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Wilhelm Stork (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Heiko Hennrich (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Thomas Blank (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
  • MansOS, Easy to Use, Portable and Resource Efficient Operating System for Networked Embedded Devices
    Girts Strazdins (University of Latvia), Atis Elsts (University of Latvia), Leo Selavo (University of Latvia)
  • TinyOS Meets Wireless Mesh Networks
    Muhammad Hamad Alizai (RWTH Aachen University), Bernhard Kirchen (RWTH Aachen University), Jo Agila Bitsch Link (RWTH Aachen University), Hanno Wirtz (RWTH Aachen University), Klaus Wehrle (RWTH Aachen University)
  • Towards a Life without Link Estimation
    Olaf Landsiedel (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), Mikael Johansson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  • SAntArray, Passive Element Array Antenna for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Karlis Prieditis (Institute of Electronics and Computer Science), Ivars Drikis (Institute of Electronics and Computer Science), Leo Selavo (Institute of Electronics and Computer Science)
  • Balancing Visibility and Resource Consumption for Long-Term Monitoring of Sensornets
    Junyan Ma (Northwestern Polytechnical University and ETH Zurich), Kay Romer (University of Luebeck and ETH Zurich)
  • Data-Enriched Simulation of Data Management Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks
    Liu Yu (Harbin Institute of Technology), Jianzhong Li (Harbin Institute of Technology), Hong Gao (Harbin Institute of Technology), Shengfei Shi (Harbin Institute of Technology)
  • Network-Wide Energy Profiling of CTP
    Marcelo Martins (Brown University), Rodrigo Fonseca (Brown University), Thomas Schmid (University of Michigan), Prabal Dutta (University of Michigan)
  • When Ultra Low Power meets High Performance: The WiseMAC High Availability Protocol
    Jerome Rousselot (Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology), Jean-Dominique Decotignie (Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology)

Call for Posters

IMPORTANT: ACM copyright bibstrip has changed. If you downloaded formatting files from the camera-ready instruction page before Aug 24th, 2010 to use as template, please reformat your sensys submission using the current files. These new copyright information will be enforced for all camera ready submissions.


SenSys 2010 Call for Posters

The poster session at SenSys provides a forum for researchers to present their work and receive feedback from experts attending the conference. The areas of interest are the same of the main track (see the call for papers for details). As with previous editions of SenSys, the best poster will provided with an award. We explicitly encourage submissions from students.

Posters must be submitted as a single PDF containing no more than 3 pages. The first two pages should contain an abstract describing the research content of the poster, along with title, authors, institutional affiliations and contact information. The third page should contain a thumbnail draft of the poster's contents. Please submit your poster proposal as a PDF e-mail attachment to: and
Two-page poster abstracts will appear in the conference proceedings.

Poster proposal: 11:59pm (EST), July 25, 2010 Notification of acceptance: August 9, 2010 Camera-ready abstract: August 23, 2010 Conference dates: November 3-5, 2010

Pedro Jose Marron (University of Duisburg-Essen and Fraunhofer IAIS) Guillermo Barrenetxea (EPFL)

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Call for Demos


SenSys 2010 Call for Demos

The demonstration session at SenSys is typically very well attended and is one of the highlights of the conference. If you are a systems researcher who is bored with producing slides, and you would rather show off great code, working systems, useful tools, crazy flying objects, new platforms, and any other technologies related to SenSys, then the demo session is the place for you! Past instances of SenSys have awarded prizes for the best demos and we plan to do the same in Zurich. Submissions from industry and universities are encouraged and an abstract for each accepted demo will be published in the SenSys proceedings.

Send a two-page description, in plain text or PDF, to: and
Please be as specific as possible in describing what you will show.

Two-page demo descriptions: 11:59pm (EST), July 25, 2010
Notification of acceptance: August 9, 2010
Camera-ready abstract: August 23, 2010
Conference dates: November 3-5, 2010

Pei Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University)
John Regehr (University of Utah)

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