IPSN 2020 will also host a Ph.D. forum on networked sensing and control. The forum will offer:
- a constructive environment for doctoral students to discuss their ongoing work towards the Ph.D. with a panel of experienced researchers in the field;
- an opportunity for the participants to initiate a personal network with both other Ph.D. students and leading research experts, outside of the own group.
The forum will be structured as a series of short presentations by the students, followed by individual discussions and feedback. The panelists will also offer their experience and advice on how to carry out a successful Ph.D. and start a career as a researcher. In addition, the participants are also expected to present a poster during the main conference in order to increase the visibility of their ongoing work and gather further feedback from CPS-IoT WEEK attendees.
Students in the middle stages of their Ph.D. (no less than six months after starting, and no less than six months before finishing) are encouraged to submit a 2-page extended abstract about their research. While the Ph.D. forum is primarily a venue to present ongoing rather than completed work, in this abstract, the Ph.D. thesis statement should be clearly identified including the problem addressed, the contribution expected to the field, the methodology chosen, the results achieved so far, and the work planned ahead. The abstract shall also include a short paragraph with information on how long she has been in the Ph.D. program, the expected timeline towards graduation, and the name of the supervisor(s). The student should be the sole author, although contributions of others (e.g., the advisor) should be acknowledged.
Submissions will be reviewed by the Ph.D. forum committee to ensure quality, relevance, and potential benefit from attendance to the forum. Authors of accepted submissions are expected to participate in person to the forum. The best presentation will be recognized through an award. There will be no separate registration fee for the forum, that is, a student registration will be sufficient to participate in both the Ph.D. forum and the main conference. Accepted submissions will be published as part of the main conference proceedings on the IEEE Xplore Library.
For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Ph.D. forum chairs Sara Khalifa (sara.khalifa AT data61.csiro.au) or Marco Zimmerling (marco.zimmerling AT tu-dresden.de).
The PhD forum will run as a live virtual event on 21st April. The event is limited only to the accepted PhD students, the panelists, and the organizers.
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|IPSN 2020 PhD Forum||21-Apr-2020
|Welcome Message||8:00:00 AM|
|Session 1: Europe & US||8:10:00 AM|
|Understanding Deep Model Compression for IoT Devices, Rahim Entezari (TU Graz, Austria)|
|Scheduling Tasks on Intermittently Powered Systems, Bashima Islam (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)|
|Low-Power Wide-Area Networks: Connect, Sense and Secure, Akshay Gadre (Carnegie Mellon University)|
|Virtual Coffee Break||9:10:00 AM|
|Session 2: Australia Part 1||9:30:00 AM|
|Towards Deep Learning in Signal Translation for Cross Configuration device-free WiFi Sensing, Isura Nirmal (UNSW, Australia)|
|Activity Classification at the Edge, Seyedehfaezeh Hosseininoorbin (UQ and CSIRO, Australia)|
|Dynamic Inference on IoT Network Traffic using Programmable Telemetry and Machine Learning, Arman Pashamokhtari (UNSW, Australia)|
|Virtual Coffee Break||10:30:00 AM|
|Session 3: Australia Part 2||10:50:00 AM|
|Key Generation Scheme for LPWAN IoT Devices, Jiayao Gao (UNSW, Australia)|
|Energy Harvesting based Sensing for the Batteryless IoT, Muhammad Moid Sandhu (UQ and CSIRO, Australia)|
|Transforming Construction Processes Using Internet of Things and Blockchain, Ambrose Hill (UNSW and CSIRO, Australia)|
|Virtual Coffee Break||11:50:00 AM|
|Award Announcement and Closing Remarks||12:10:00 PM|
The scope of the submissions is the same as that listed in the IPSN Call for Papers. Submissions must be in PDF format, written in English, adhere to the IPSN formatting guidelines, and contain no more than two pages including figures, tables, and references. Submissions must include the student’s name, affiliation, and email address on the first page.
|Submission Deadline:||29 January 2020 11:59pm AoE|
|Acceptance Notification:||7 February 2020|
|Camera-Ready Deadline:||21 February 2020|
Extended abstracts can be submitted through this link.
|Chairs:||Marco Zimmerling (TU Dresden, Germany)|
|Sara Khalifa (CSIRO, Australia)|
|Panel:||Chenren Xu (Peking University, China)|
|Dinusha Vatsalan (CSIRO, Australia)|
|Jeremy Gummeson (UMASS, USA)|
|Koen Langendoen (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)|