Conference Programme

All times listed are in Central European Summer Time (CEST) (=Paris time)

Monday, October 12, 2020

Room 01

Room 02

14:00 15:30

14:00 15:30

15:30 15:40

15:50 17:20

15:50 17:20

17:20 17:30

17:30 19:00

17:30 19:00


Tuesday, October 13, 2020

13:45 14:00
Opening Ceremony

14:00 15:00
Keynote Speaker 1

15:00 15:10

Room 01

Room 02

15:10 16:40

15:10 16:40


16:50 18:20

16:50 18:20


18:30 20:00

18:30 20:00

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Keynote Speaker 2


Room 01

Room 02

15:10 16:40

15:10 16:40

16:40 16:50

16:50 18:20

16:50 18:20

18:20 18:30

18:30 20:00


Workshops: I: ICT4PPRR – ST: STWiMob – C: CWN

Main Conference: S1 ... S10

SP: Short papers of WiMob session

Detailed programme

Monday, October 12 14:00 - 15:30

Chair: Carlo Augusto Grazia (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)

• Network slicing for Mission Critical communications

Davide Borsatti and Chiara Grasselli (University of Bologna, Italy); Luca Spinacci (Leonardo Spa, Italy); Marina Settembre (Leonardo, Italy); Walter Cerroni (University of Bologna, Italy); Franco Callegati (Universita` di Bologna, Italy)

• IRONMAN: Infrastructured RSSI-based Opportunistic routiNg in Mobile Adhoc Networks

Carlo Augusto Grazia, Martin Klapez and Maurizio Casoni (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)

• SKATES: Interoperable Multi-Connectivity Communication Module for Reliable Search and Rescue Robot Operation

Johannes Güldenring (TU Dortmund University, Germany); Philipp Gorczak (TU Dortmund, Germany); Manuel Patchou, Christian Arendt, Janis Tiemann and Christian Wietfeld (TU Dortmund University, Germany)

• CELIDON: Supporting First Responders through 3D AOA-based UWB Ad-Hoc Localization

Janis Tiemann, Oliver Fuhr and Christian Wietfeld (TU Dortmund University, Germany)

ST1: STWiMob

Healthcare over Wireless and Mobile Networks

Chair: Samuel Pierre (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada)

• A Stochastic Approach for an Enhanced Trust Management in a Decentralized Healthcare Environment

Chaima Khalfaoui (University of Technology of Troyes, France); Samiha Ayed (Université Technologique de Troyes, France); Moez Esseghir (Technology University of Troyes & Charles Delaunay Institute, France)

• Improving Health Information Exchange through Wireless Communication Protocols

Athanasios Kiourtis, Argyro Mavrogiorgou and Dimosthenis Kyriazis (University of Piraeus, Greece); Alessio Graziani and Francesco Torelli (Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A., Italy)

• A Proposed Access Control-Based Privacy Preservation Model to Share Healthcare Data in Cloud

Pankaj Khatiwada and Hari Bhusal (University of Agder, Norway); Ayan Chatterjee (The University of Agder, Grimstad Norway, Norway); Martin Gerdes (University of Agder, Norway)

• Proxemic Interactions in Mobile Devices to Avoid the Spreading of Infections

Paulo Pérez (Pau Université, France); Philippe Roose (University of Pau - IUT de Bayonne & LIUPPA Research Lab, France); Yudith C. Cardinale (Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela); Marc Dalmau (LIUPPA, France); Dominique Masson (Dev1-0, France)

Monday, October 12 15:50 - 17:20


Chair: Juan Aznar Poveda (Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain)

• Analysis of A&F Mobile Relay Nodes with Power Control and Link Selection in HSR Scenarios

Randy Verdecia-Peña and José I. Alonso (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)

• Cluster Formation in Scalable Cell-free Massive MIMO Networks

Charmae Franchesca Mendoza (Technische Universität Wien, Austria); Stefan Schwarz (TU Wien & CD-Lab Society in Motion, Austria); Markus Rupp (TU Wien, Austria)

• On-demand Quality-of-Service for Crucial Vehicle-to-Pedestrian Communication

Mendrit Shala, Parag Sewalkar and Jochen Seitz (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, Germany)

• An Entropy-Based WLAN Channel Allocation using Channel State Information

Israel Elujide (University of Texas at Arlington, USA); Yonghe Liu (The University of Texas at Arlington, USA)

ST2: STWiMob
Vehicular Networks
Chair: Moez Esseghir (Technology University of Troyes & Charles Delaunay Institute, France)

• Analysis of methods for prioritizing critical data transmissions in agricultural vehicular networks

Anas Bin Muslim (University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany); Frank Nordemann (University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck, Germany); Ralf Tönjes (University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany)

• Physical and MAC Layer Design for Active Signaling Schemes in Vehicular Networks

Fouzi Boukhalfa (VEDECOM, France); Cedric Adjih and Paul Muhlethaler (INRIA, France); Mohamed Hadded and Oyunchimeg Shagdar (VEDECOM, France)

• A Multiple Linear Regression Model for Predicting Congestion in Heterogeneous Vehicular Networks

Farnoush Falahatraftar, Samuel Pierre and Steven Chamberland (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada)

• Efficient Airborne Network Clustering for 5G Backhauling and Fronthauling

Hloniphani Maluleke and Antoine Bagula (University of the Western Cape, South Africa); Olasupo Opeyemi Ajayi (University of the Western Cape, South Africa & University of Lagos, Nigeria)

Monday, October 12 17:30 - 19:00

ST3: STWiMob

IoT, VLC & WSN Networks
Chair: Tarak Arbi (ENSTA Paris, France)

• Evaluation of LoRaWAN Class B efficiency for downlink traffic

Houssem Eddin Elbsir (Higher Institute of Computer Science and Communication Techniques, Tunisia); Mohamed Kassab (University of Monastir, Tunisia); Sami Bhiri (OASIS, ENIT University Tunis El Manar, Tunisia); Mohamed Hedi Bedoui (TIM lab Faculty of Medicine of Monastir, Tunisia)

• Quality-of-experience-oriented network selection for indoor VLC heterogeneous networks

Tang Tang (Xidian Universtiy, China); Tao Shang (Xidian University, China); Qian Li (Xidian Universtiy, China); Fen Zhou (IMT Lille Douai, Institut Mines-Télécom, France)

• Multi-cell Downlink Dimensioning in NB-IoT Networks

Tuan Anh Nguyen (Telecom-ParisTech, France); Philippe Martins (Telecom ParisTech, France)

•Reinforcement Learning for Virtual Network Embedding in Wireless Sensor Networks
Haitham Afifi and Holger Karl (Paderborn University, Germany)

Tuesday, October 13 13:45 - 14:00

Opening Ceremony

Chairs: Abderrahim Benslimane (University of Avignon & LIA/CERI, France), Damianos Gavalas (University of the Aegean, Greece), Anna Maria Vegni (Roma Tre University, Italy)
 Tuesday, October 13 14:00 - 15:00

Keynote1: Reinforcement Learning for Resource Management in Space-Air-Ground (SAG) Integrated Vehicular Networks

Chair: Samuel Pierre (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada)


Space-Air-Ground integrated Vehicular Network (SAGVN) is a prominent paradigm, which can simultaneously guarantee ultra-reliability low-latency communications (URLLC) and deliver high-bandwidth traffic anywhere, any environment condition, and any event at anytime. However, it is challenging to manage and allocate the terrestrial network, aerial network (UAV), and space (satellite) resources simultaneously and efficiently, as they have heterogeneous access features in terms of delay, throughput, and coverage range. In addition, high vehicle mobility and real-time decision requirement further render the problem intractable. In this talk, we advocate the usage of reinforcement learning for resource management in SAGVN, which can enable model-free and fast decision makings for adaptive access control, on-demand UAV deployment, and UAV trajectory design. We will also show the detail development of our SAG simulator and some demos.

Xuemin (Sherman) Shen is a University Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada. Dr. Shen's research focuses on wireless resource management, wireless network security, 5G and vehicular ad hoc and sensor networks. He was the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE IoT J, and served as the General Chair for Mobihoc'15, the Technical Program Committee Chair for IEEE Globecom'16, IEEE Infocom'14, IEEE VTC'10, the Symposia Chair for IEEE ICC'10, the Technical Program Committee Chair for IEEE Globecom'07, the Chair for IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Wireless Communications. Dr. Shen was an elected IEEE ComSoc Vice President - Publications, the chair of IEEE ComSoc Distinguish Lecturer selection committee, and a member of IEEE ComSoc Fellow evaluation committee. Dr. Shen received the Excellent Graduate Supervision Award in 2006, and the Premier's Research Excellence Award (PREA) in 2003 from the Province of Ontario, Canada. Dr. Shen is a registered Professional Engineer of Ontario, Canada, an IEEE Fellow, an Engineering Institute of Canada Fellow, a Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellow, a Royal Society of Canada Fellow, a Chinese Academy of Engineering Foreign Fellow, and a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society and Communications Society.

Tuesday, October 13 15:10 - 16:40

S1: Wireless networks
Chair: Marco Savi (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

• Robustness and Scalability Improvements for Distance Vector Routing in Large WMNs

Martin Backhaus, Markus Theil and Michael Rossberg (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Guenter Schaefer (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, Germany)

• A Color Adjustment Method for HDR Display of Video Content Received Over Wireless Multimedia Networks

Pedram Mohammadi (University of British Columbia, Canada); Mahsa T Pourazad (TELUS Communications Company, Canada); Panos Nasiopoulos and Victor C.M. Leung (University of British Columbia, Canada)

• Impact of Slice Function Placement on the Performance of URLLC with Redundant Coverage

Abdellatif Chagdali (CentraleSupélec & Orange Labs, France); Salah Eddine Elayoubi (CentraleSupélec, France); Antonia Maria Masucci (Orange Labs, France)

• Analysis and Power Scheduling Algorithm in Wireless Powered Communication Networks

Nga Dinh and Øystein Haugen (Østfold University College, Norway)

S2: Vehicular networks
Chair: Marica Amadeo (University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy)
• The Deployment of Roadside Units in Vehicular Networks Based on the V2I Connection Duration

Somayeh Mokhtari and Ghasem Mirjalily (Yazd University, Iran); Cristiano M. Silva (Universidade Federal de São João Del-Rei, Brazil); João Sarubbi (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais - CEFETMG, Brazil); Jose Nogueira (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)

• Modelling V2V message generation rates in a highway environment

Aashik Chandramohan and Geert Heijenk (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

• Towards Intelligent and Dynamic Road Speed Adaptation Model in Smart Cities
Pierre Abi Char (American University of the Middle East-kuwait, Kuwait); Abduladhim Ashtaiwi (American University of the Middle East, Kuwait)

•Multi-Lane Detection and Tracking Using Vision for Traffic Situation Awareness

Yukihiro Tsukamoto (University of Osaka, Japan); Masahiro Ishizaki, Akihito Hiromori, Hirozumi Yamaguchi and Teruo Higashino (Osaka University, Japan)

Tuesday, October 13 16:50 - 18:20

S3: Internet of Things
Chair: Maurizio Casoni (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
• Leveraging Reinforcement Learning for Adaptive Monitoring of Low-Power IoT Networks
Mohamed said Frikha (University of Manouba, Tunisia); Abdelkader Lahmadi (University of Lorraine, France); Sonia Mettali Gammar (Cristal lab -ENSI Tunisia, Tunisia); Laurent Andrey (University of Lorraine, France)

• Data Reduction and Cleaning Approach for Energy-saving in Wireless Sensors Networks of IoT

Ali Kadhum Idrees (University of Babylon, Iraq); Chady Abou Jaoude (Antonine University & TICKET Lab, Lebanon); Ali Kadhum M. Al-Qurabat (University of Babylon & College of Science for women, Iraq)

• A Data Cleansing Approach In Smart Home Environments Using Artificial Neural Networks
Chafiq Titouna (Paris University, France); Farid Nait-Abdesselam (University of Missouri Kansas City, USA); Asim Darwaish (Paris Descartes University, France)

• And QUIC Meets IoT: Performance Assessment of MQTT over QUIC

Fátima María Fernández (University of Cantabria & IKERLAN Technology Research Centre, Spain); Mihail Zverev (IKERLAN Technology Research Center & University of Cantabria, Spain); Pablo Garrido (Ikerlan Technology Research Centre & Basque Research and Technology Alliance (BRTA), Spain); Jose Ramón Juarez (Ikerlan Technology Research Centre, Spain); Josu Bilbao (IKERLAN Technological Research Center, Spain); Ramon Aguero (University of Cantabria, Spain)

S4: LoRA
Chair: Eryk Schiller (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
• Radio Resource Optimization for Spectrum-Aware LoRa Secondary System
Ghassan Helou (Saint Joseph University (LU), Lebanon); Marc Ibrahim (Saint Joseph University & Saint Joseph University - ESIB, Lebanon); Rami Tawil and Yasser Mohanna (Lebanese University, Lebanon)

• Design and Evaluation of an SDR-based LoRa Cloud Radio Access Network

Eryk Schiller and Silas Weber (University of Zurich, Switzerland); Burkhard Stiller (University of Zürich, Switzerland)

• Adaptive Data Rate for Multiple Gateways LoRaWAN® Networks

Ulysse Coutaud (SemTech and LIG UGA, France); Martin Heusse (Grenoble Informatics Laboratory & Grenoble INP, France); Bernard Tourancheau (LIG CNRS UMR 5217 & Grenoble Alps University, France)

• Comparing and Adapting Propagation Models for LoRa Networks
Ousmane Dieng (University Gaston Berger, Senegal); Thiare Ousmane (University Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis, Senegal); CongDuc Pham (University of Pau, France)

 Tuesday, October 13 18:30 - 20:00

S5: Physical layer
Chair: Corinna Schmitt (Universität der Bundeswehr München, Research Center CODE, Germany)
• Joint dynamic delay and channel gain estimation BCRB for wireless communications

Imen Nasr (Engineering School of Communications of Tunis SUP'COM, Tunisia); Tarak Arbi (ENSTA Paris, France); Benoît Geller (ENSTA ParisTech, France); Leila Najjar (Sup'Com, Tunisia); Sofiane Cherif (SUP'COM, Tunisia)

• Average PER Prediction Based on Statistical CSI for SC-FDE Systems
Xavier Leturc and Christophe J. Le Martret (Thales SIX GTS France, France)

• Hidden Markov Model Spectrum Predictor for Poisson Distributed Traffic

Rodrigo F Bezerra, Jacir Luiz Bordim, Marcus V. Lamar and Marcos Fagundes Caetano (University of Brasilia, Brazil)

• Low-dimensional Representation Learning for Wireless CSI-based Localisation

Artan Salihu (Institute of Telecommunications, Technische Universitat (TU) Wien & Christian Doppler Laboratory for Dependable Wireless Connectivity for the Society in Motion, Austria); Stefan Schwarz (TU Wien & CD-Lab Society in Motion, Austria); Aggelos Pikrakis (University of Piraeus, Greece); Markus Rupp (TU Wien, Austria)

S6: Mobility
Chair: Bogdan Ghita (University of Plymouth & Centre for Security, Communications, and Network Research, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
• Second Order Time-Frequency Modulation in Satellite High-Mobility Communications

Jiawei Wang (Tsinghua University, China); Chunxiao Jiang (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China); Linling Kuang (Tsinghua University, China); Changsheng Shan (Beijing Space Information Relay and Transmission Technology Cente, China); Chuncai Zhan (Beijing Electro-mechanical Engineering Institute, China)

• Learning congestion over millimeter-wave channels
Luis Diez and Ramon Aguero (University of Cantabria, Spain); Alfonso Fernandez (University of Cantabria, Norway); Yasir Zaki (New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), United Arab Emirates); Muhammad Khan (New York University, United Arab Emirates)

• UDMSim: A Simulation Platform for Underwater Data Muling Communications
Filipe Borges Teixeira (INESC TEC, Faculdade de Engenharia, Universidade do Porto, Portugal); Nuno Moreira, Nuno Abreu and Bruno Ferreira (INESC TEC, Portugal); Manuel Ricardo (Universidade do Porto & INESC TEC, Portugal); Rui Campos (INESC TEC and Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal)

• A Q-learning Approach for the Support of Reliable Transmission in the Internet of Underwater
Shivani Sundararaman and Surudhi Asokraj (SSN, Chennai, India); Nagaradjane Prabagarane (Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering, India); Laura Galluccio (University of Catania, Italy)

Wednesday, October 14 14:00 - 15:00

Keynote2: Security of 4G and 5G cellular networks
Chair: Abderrahim Benslimane (University of Avignon & LIA/CERI, France)

As the world moves to 4G and 5G cellular networks, security and privacy are paramount importance and new tools are needed to ensure them. For example, LTEInspector is a model-based testing approach that combines a symbolic model checker and a cryptographic protocol verifier in the symbolic attacker model. Using it, researchers have uncovered 10 new attacks along with 9 prior attacks, categorized into three abstract classes (i.e., security, user privacy, and disruption of service), in three procedures of 4G LTE. Notable among the findings is the authentication relay attack that enables an adversary to spoof the location of a legitimate user to the core network without possessing appropriate credentials. To ensure that the exposed attacks pose real threats and are indeed realizable in practice, 8 of the 10 new attacks have been validated and their accompanying adversarial assumptions have been put through a real testbed. On-going work in addressing some of those vulnerabilities points the way toward an agenda of further research.


Elisa Bertino is professor of Computer Science at Purdue University. She serves as Director of the Purdue Cyberspace Security Lab (Cyber2Slab). Prior to joining Purdue, she was a professor and department head at the Department of Computer Science and Communication of the University of Milan. She has been a visiting researcher at the IBM Research Laboratory in San Jose (now Almaden), at the Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, at Rutgers University, at Telcordia Technologies. She has also held visiting professor positions at the Singapore National University and the Singapore Management University. Her main research interests include security, privacy, database systems, distributed systems, and sensor networks. Her recent research focuses on cybersecurity and privacy of cellular networks and IoT systems, and on edge analytics for cybersecurity. Elisa Bertino is a Fellow member of IEEE, ACM, and AAAS. She received the 2002 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award for "For outstanding contributions to database systems and database security and advanced data management systems", the 2005 IEEE Computer Society Tsutomu Kanai Award for "Pioneering and innovative research contributions to secure distributed systems", and the 2019-2020 ACM Athena Lecturer Award.

Wednesday, October 14 15:10 - 16:40

S7: Wireless networks 2

Chair: Nagaradjane Prabagarane (Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering, India)

• Broadcast-Multicast Single Frequency Network versus Unicast in Cellular Systems
Juan Vargas (IMT Atlantique & Enensys Technologies, France); Cédric Thienot and Christophe Burdinat (Enensys Technologies, France); Xavier Lagrange (IMT Atlantique & IRISA, Université Bretagne Loire, France)

• Mobility Prediction via Sequential Learning for 5G Mobile Networks
Francesca Meneghello, Davide Cecchinato and Michele Rossi (University of Padova, Italy

• Medium Access Probability Model Based on CSMA/CA for a DSRC Network Driven by Poisson Line Process

Abdel Karim Ajami (American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon); Hassan A. Artail and Karim Youssef Kabalan (American University of Beirut, Lebanon)

• Cost-optimal V2X Service Placement in Distributed Cloud/Edge Environment

Abdallah Moubayed (University of Western Ontario, Canada); Abdallah Shami (Western University, Canada); Parisa Heidari (Ericsson, Canada); Adel Larabi (Edge Gravity by Ericsson, Canada); Richard Brunner (Ericsson, Canada)

S8: Applications
Chair: Giuseppe Ruggeri (University of Reggio Calabria, Italy)
• An Intelligent Malware Detection and Classification System Using Apps-to-Images Transformations and Convolutional Neural Networks
Farid Nait-Abdesselam (University of Missouri Kansas City, USA); Asim Darwaish (Paris Descartes University, France); Chafiq Titouna (Paris University, France

• Counting calories without wearables: Device-free Human Energy Expenditure Estimation
Md Habibur Rahaman and Vladimir Dyo (University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

• On the Latency of Multipath-QUIC in Real-time Applications
Vu Vu (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany); Brenton Walker (Institute of Communications Technology - Leibniz University Hannover, Germany)

• Mobile Malware Detection with Imbalanced Data using a Novel Synthetic Oversampling Strategy and Deep Learning
Mahbub E Khoda and Joarder Kamruzzaman (Federation University Australia, Australia); Iqbal Gondal (Federation University, Australia); Tasadduq Imam (CQUniversity Australia, Australia); Ashfaqur Rahman (CSIRO, Australia)

Wednesday, October 14 16:50 - 18:20

S10: Physical layer 2

Chair: Giuseppe Di Modica (University of Bologna, Italy)

• Characterization of the Indoor-to-Outdoor Wireless Channel in Air-to-Ground Communication Systems

Lorenzo Norberti (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Roberto Nebuloni (Ieiit - Cnr, Italy); Maurizio Magarini (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

• Machine Learning-Based Methods for Path Loss Prediction in Urban Environment for LTE Networks
Nektarios Moraitis (National Technical University of Athens & Institute of Communications and Computers Systems, Greece); Lefteris Tsipi and Demosthenes Vouyioukas (University of the Aegean, Greece)

• Diversity-Multiplexing Tradeoff for Indoor Visible Light Communication

Pranav Sharda (Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, India); Manav Bhatnagar (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India)

• Sensor Self-location with FTM Measurements

Jerome Henry (Cisco, USA); Nicolas Montavont (Institut Mines Telecom / IMT Atlantique, France); Yann Busnel (IMT Atlantique & IRISA, France); Romaric Ludinard (IMT Atlantique, France); Ivan Hrasko (Cisco, USA)

S9: Channel Measurement and Characterization
Chair: Sami Akın (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
• Theoretical Performance of the Gradient-Based Tone Reservation PAPR Reduction Algorithm

Mariam El Hassan (Lebanese University, Lebanon); Matthieu Crussière (IETR - Institute of Electronics and Digital Technologies & INSA - National Institute of Applied Sciences, France); Jean-François Hélard (IETR, France); Youssef Nasser (American University of Beirut, USA); Oussama Bazzi (Lebanese University, Lebanon)

• RNN-Based User Trajectory Prediction Using a Preprocessed Dataset

Nasrin Bahra (Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada); Samuel Pierre (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada)

• Joint Beamforming and PAPR Reduction in Massive MIMO: Analysis of Gain in Energy Efficiency
Christian Schmidt (University of Rennes, INSA Rennes, IETR, UMR-CNRS. & Instituto de Investigaciones en Ingeniería Eléctrica - CONICET - Universidad Nacional del Sur., Argentina); Jean-François Hélard (IETR, France); Matthieu Crussière (IETR - Institute of Electronics and Digital Technologies & INSA - National Institute of Applied Sciences, France))

• A Study of Delay and Doppler Spreads at 24 GHz ISM band

Smruti Ranjan Panigrahi (University of Gävle & KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Shaikh Masud Rana and Niclas Björsell (University of Gävle, Sweden); Mats Bengtsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Wednesday, October 14 18:30 - 20:00

SP: Poster&Short Papers
Chair: Valeria Loscrí (Inria Lille-Nord Europe, France)
• Data Stream Query Processing on Mobile Devices

Mitra Kazemzadeh and Wendy K Osborn (University of Lethbridge, Canada)

• Innovative Dynamic SRAM PUF Authentication for Trusted Internet of Things

Pascal Urien (Télécom ParisTech, France)

• Towards the Complexity of the Widest Path Problem in Hybrid Multi-Channel WMNs
Martin Backhaus (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany); Guenter Schaefer (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, Germany)

• Video-assisted Overtaking System Enabled by C-V2X Mode 4 Communications

Pedro Magalhães (Bosch Car Multimedia Portugal, Portugal); Pedro M. d'Orey (Instituto de Telecomunicações & Universidade do Porto, Portugal); Maria Teresa Andrade (Inesc Porto, Portugal); Francisco Castro (Bosch Car Multimedia Portugal, Portugal)

• A Smart Grid WSN Research Testbed

Farah Abdel Khalek (Université de Franche-Comté, France); Jad Nassar (HEI - Yncréa HdF, France); Vincent Lefevere (Yncréa Hauts-de-France, France); Flovic Gosselin and Nicolas Gouvy (Lille Catholic University, France)

• Rethinking the Design of Wearable Expert Systems: The Role of Network Infrastructures

Marco Savi and Fabio Sartori (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy); Riccardo Melen (Università Milano Bicocca, Italy)

WiMob 2020


Thessaloniki, Greece


12 - 14 Oct, 2020


Mediterranean Palace Hotel 


General Chair

Samuel Pierre
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada