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[HTCondor-users] CFP 3rd International Workshop on Mobile Sensing (Co-located with IPSN)

3rd International Workshop on Mobile Sensing: The future, brought to
you by Big Sensor Data co-located with IPSN '13 and CYBER-PHYSICAL
SYSTEMS WEEK (CPSWEEK) Philadelpha, PA, USA - APRIL 8-11 2013

website: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/beijing/events/ms_ipsn13/

Mobile Sensing is rapidly becoming a part of everyday life. Through
the proliferation of sensor platforms (e.g., wearables, phones) the
opportunity to collect and analyze rich large-scale mobile sensor data
is steadily increasing. Simultaneously, we are witnessing a revolution
in the general importance of data ? advances in the field of Big Data
are highlighting the benefits of data-driven analytics in all facets
of society. The objective of this workshop is to arrive at a deeper
understanding of how these powerful trends intersect; we refer to the
intersection of these two fields as Big Sensor Data. How should the
techniques and analytical tools from years of Big Data research impact
future directions in Mobile Sensing? Similarly, what role should
programmable context-aware mobile sensing systems play within the
study of Big Data?

This workshop will provide an open forum for researchers and industry
practitioners to present and discuss their perspectives on the topic
of Big Sensor Data. Specifically, we anticipate lively discussions on:
i) new application scenarios; ii) how data analytics and the operation
of sensing systems can be more tightly coupled; iii) emerging new
roles for people; iii) hybrid sensing and analytics systems that blend
both large-scale mobile sensor data and social data (e.g.,
micro-blogs, social networks), along with a broader set of potential
alternative data sources (transaction logs, search queries etc.)

We invite the submission of position papers related to Big Sensor Data
and its relationship to Mobile Sensing along with technical papers
that represent the latest innovations in the field. Topics of interest
include but are not limited to:

* Mobile crowd-sourcing and example uses of human-in-the-loop design
* Machine learning applied to sensor data
* Mobile sensor based personal informatics
* Energy-efficiency and other resource trade-offs with sensing systems
* Participatory and opportunistic sensing
* Fusion of multiple sensing modalities
* Systems architecture for mobile sensing
* Leverage cloud computing for mobile sensing
* Privacy and mobile sensing
* Persuasive feedback
* Applications
* New mobile sensing hardware
* Mobile sensing deployment experiences and users studies


Submission Deadline : March 10th, 2013 - 11:59PM US PDT
Author Notification : April 1st, 2013


TPC Chairs
  Nic Lane (Microsoft Research Asia)
  Hide Tokuda (Keio University)
  Feng Zhao (Microsoft Research Asia)

TPC Members
  Ramon Caceres (AT&T Research)
  Hao Chu (National Taiwan University)
  Daniel Gatica-Perez (IDIAP Research Institute)
  Cecilia Mascolo (University of Cambridge)
  Emiliano Miluzzo (AT&T Research)
  Mirco Musolesi (University of Birmingham)
  Jin Nakazawa (Keio University)
  Junehwa Song (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  Ben Zhao (UC Santa Barbara)

Web/Publicity Chair
  Yohan Chon (Yonsei University)