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Second Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks

Santa Clara, California, USA

26-29 September 2005

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IEEE SECON 2005 Demo Schedule


Demo Co-Chairs:

Bhaskar Krishnamachari, University of Southern California

Fabio Silva, Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California


Tuesday, September 27, 2005


LUNARng (abstract)
Christophe Jelger, University of Basel, Switzerland

Eco: an Ultra-Compact Low-Power Wireless Sensor Node for Real-Time Motion Monitoring (abstract)
Chulsung Park, Jinfeng Liu and Pai H. Chou, UC Irvine

SunLabs JAVA based prototype Sensor platform for Research and Development (abstract)
Samita Chakrabarti, Sun Microsystems Laboratories

RealMachine Graphical programming for WSNs (abstract)
K. Terfloth, H. Ritter, J. Schiller, Freie Universitšt Berlin, Germany

Mesh Topology Construction for Interconnected Wireless LANs (abstract)
Huei-jiun Ju, Izhak Rubin, Xiaolong Huang, UCLA

RATS: Rapid Time Synchronization (abstract)
Akos Ledeczi, Janos Sallai, Branislav Kusy, Vanderbilt University


Wednesday, September 28, 2005


Browser-based secure interaction with sensor devices (abstract)
V. Gupta, M. Wurm, Sun Microsystems Laboratories

InstraNode: Dual-Microcontroller Based Sensor Node for Real-Time Structural Health Monitoring (abstract)
Chulsung Park, Qiang Xie and Pai H. Chou, UC Irvine

Robot Couriers: Implementing Mobility in a Mobile Wireless Testbed (abstract)
David Johnson, Daniel Flickinger, Tim Stack, Rob Ricci, Leigh
Stoller, Kirk Webb, Russ Fish, Jay Lepreau, University of Utah

Implementation of Octopus-based Key Agreement Protocols (abstract)
Maria Striki, Kyriakos Manousakis, John Baras, University of Maryland

Scalable Source Routing (SSR)
Thomas Fuhrmann, University of Karlsruhe, Germany

A Self-Organizing RFID Reader System (abstract)
Malena Rosa Mesarina, HP Labs

Video Performance Analysis in the UCSB MeshNet Testbed (abstract)
Henrik Lundgren, Irfan Sheriff, Prashanth Aravinda Kumar, Anderson Lam, Joshua Miller, Kimaya Sanzgiri, and Elizabeth Belding-Royer, UC Santa Barbara