Welcome to WiMob 2009

Workshops Program




Monday, October 12, 2009


Room: Atlas 1


Welcome reception


WS1: Security and Privacy


Lunch break


WS2: Wireless Networks


Coffee Break


WS3: Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks




09h00 am – 09h30 am: Welcome reception

10h40 am – 12h20 am: Session/ WS1: Security and Privacy
Atlas 1               Chair: Abdallah Mhamed (Intitut Telecom SudParis, France)

  • Sectorized Location Dependent Key Management
    Mohammad Reza Faghani (Isfahan University of Technology, Iran); Seyed Mohammad Amin Motahari (Isfahan University of Technology, Iran)
  • Authenticating public wireless networks with physical evidence
    Tim Kindberg (Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, United Kingdom); James Mitchell (University of Bath, United Kingdom); Jim Grimmett (University of Bath, United Kingdom); Eamonn O'Neill (University of Bath, United Kingdom); Chris Bevan (University of Bath, United Kingdom)
  • Secured and Trusted Service Provision in Pervasive Environment
    Mahmoud Ghorbel (Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs France, France); Mounis Khatib (To be done, France); Abdallah Mhamed (Intitut Telecom SudParis, France); Mounir Mokhtari (Institut National des Telecommunications, France)
  • A Policy Based Event Management Middleware for Implementing RFID Applications
    Mehdia Ajana (Alakhawayn University, Morocco); Mohammed A Boulmalf (AlAkhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco); Hamid Harroud (Al Akawayn University, Morocco); Habib Hamam (University of Moncton, Canada)
  • Personalized Context Based Services for Dynamic User Groups
    Luca Roffia (University of Bologna, Italy); Luca Lamorte (Telecomitalia, Italy); Guido Zamagni (Università di Bologna, Italy); Sara Bartolini (Università di Bologna, Italy); Alfredo D'Elia (University of Bologna, Italy); Federico Spadini (University of Bologna, Italy); Daniele Manzaroli (University of Bologna, Italy); Carlo Alberto Licciardi (Telecom Italia, Italy); Tullio Salmon Cinotti (University of Bologna, Italy)
    12h30 am – 02h00 pm: Lunch Break


02h00 pm – 04h00 pm / Session: WS2: Wireless Networks
Room: Atlas 1 Chair: Mahmoud Ghorbel (Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs France, France)

  • Implementation of the Multimedia Middleware platform on Mobile devices
    Soonhee Han (Chonnam National University, Korea)
  • Radio Access Network Emulator for LTE
    Walter Fragoso (Lisbon University Institute - ISCTE, Portugal); Americo Correia (Instituto Universitario de Lisboa, Portugal)
  • Robust video streaming over an urban VANET
    Nadia N Qadri (University of Essex, United Kingdom); Muhammad Altaf (University of Essex, United Kingdom); Martin Fleury (University of Essex, United Kingdom); Mohammad Ghanbari (University of Essex, United Kingdom); Hanadi Sammak (UNiversity of Aleppo, Syria)
  • A WiMAX physical layer use for emergency audio communications
    Nicolas Fourty (SCSF-LATTIS EA4155 - University of TOULOUSE 2, France); Thierry Val (SCSF-LATTIS EA4155 - University of TOULOUSE 2, France); Anne Wei (LATTIS Lab, Université de Toulouse II, France)
  • A Cross-Layer Distributed Call Admission Control
    Osama Baldo (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH, Germany)
  • A Novel Multi-hop B3G Architecture for Adaptive Gateway Management in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
    Rajarajan Sivaraj (Pondicherry Engineering College (Pondicherry University), India)

04h00 pm - 04h30 pm: Coffee Break

04h30 pm – 06h40 pm / Session: WS3: Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks
Room: Atlas 1 Chair: Adel Ben Mnaouer (University of Trinidad and Tobago)

  • Mobility Aware Distributed Topology Control in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks Using Mobility Pattern Matching
    Mehrdad Khaledi (Sharif university of technology, Iran); Seyed Morteza Mousavi (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Hamid Reza Rabiee (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Ali Movaghar (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Mojgan Khaledi (Sharif University of Technology, Iran); Omid Ardakanian (Sharif University of Technology, Iran)
  • Suitability analysis of probabilistic proactive routing for dynamic multi-hop ad hoc networks
    Abdelfettah Belghith (University of Manouba, Tunisia); Mohamed Amine Abid (University of Manouba 2010, Tunisia); Adel Ben Mnaouer (University of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Heterogeneous Community-based mobility model for human opportunistic network
    Liang Hu (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
  • LAP: Location-aware Affinity Propagation Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks
    Mahmoud ElGammal (Virginia Tech, USA); Mohamed Eltoweissy (Virginia Tech, USA)
  • Performance Analysis of a New Delay Enabled EDCF for Voice Transport over IEEE802.11e
    Nasser-Eddine Rikli (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia); Mohammed Al-Rashed (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia)

07h00 pm – 08h00 pm:   Cocktail









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