The S3 workshop provides a unique venue for graduate students around the world to discuss research ideas for mobile and wireless systems. The workshop is organized by a student-run TPC. S3 aims to foster early-career development among students, expose them to the workings of an academic life, and encourage student leadership and participation in the research community. We anticipate a vibrant event where students can freely interact with a broad peer group, and share their research opinions.
The Wireless of the Students, by the Students, and for the Students Workshop provides a unique venue for graduate students around the world to present, discuss, and exchange ideas on cross-cutting research on mobile wireless networks. As its name suggests, the workshop is organized by students, and the technical sessions are given by student presenters. The workshop aims at fostering early--career development among students and exposing them to the workings of an academic life. It provides a venue for students to learn about each other's work and discover opportunities for collaboration.
The workshop invites students to submit papers, posters, demos and participate in elevator· pitch sessions. Students are also welcome to submit their ongoing work directly to the TPC· committee. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the student TPC. Topics of interest include,· but are not limited to:
Authors of selected and the invited papers will be expected to give a 15-minute talk at the workshop (travel grants will be available). Cash prizes will be awarded for the best paper. Papers should be no longer than 3 pages, including figures and references, in standard ACM conference format.
You can also present a poster or demo of your work. Demos and poster submissions should consist of a one-page abstract in the same format describing the demonstration plan or the outline of the poster content. We encourage students with a paper, poster, or demo at ACM MobiCom to present their work at S3 as well. We will be awarding a cash prize for the best poster/demo.
This session includes a series of short (5-minute madness) talks on crazy ideas in mobile and wireless. We will be awarding a cash prize for the best idea.
While the program committee and presentors will be restricted to current graduate students, we encourage all members of the wireless/mobile computing community to attend and participate.
Following is the detail of the organizers of this year's S3 workshop.
|Mung Chiang||Purdue University|
|Romit Roy Choudhury||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Edward Knightly||Rice University|
|TPC Co-Chairs||Swetank Kumar Saha||University at Buffalo, SUNY|
|Swadhin Pradhan||UT Austin|
|Manikanta Kotaru||Stanford University|
|Mehrdad Moradi||University of Michigan|
|Surjya Ghosh||IIT Kharagpur|
|Yasaman Ghasempour||Rice University|
|Soha Rostaminia||UMass Amherst|
|Mubashir Adnan Qureshi||UT Austin|
|Sharath Chandrashekhara||University at Buffalo, SUNY|
|Dheryta Jaisinghani||IIIT Delhi|
|Elahe Soltanaghaei||University of Virginia|
University at Buffalo, SUNY
All paper submissions will be handled electronically at the S3 2018 submission website. Authors should prepare a PDF version of their papers. You may use this templates (LaTex or MS-Word). Posters and demos should have prefix of Poster: and Demo: in the titles. Papers should be no longer than 3 pages, including figures and references, in standard ACM conference format. Demos and poster submissions should consist of a one-page abstract in the same format describing the demonstration plan or the outline of the poster content. We encourage students with a paper, poster, or demo at ACM MobiCom main conference to present their work at this workshop as well.For more information regarding submission, you may like to visit this.
The S3 Workshop provides a unique venue for graduate students around the world to plan, manage, and experience a vibrant workshop focused on research in all aspects of mobile wireless networks. It encompasses both theory and systems research, exposing participants to the full breadth of research in networking. As its name suggests, the workshop is organized by students, and the technical sessions are given by student presenters. It aims to foster early career development among students and expose them to the workings of an academic life. It encourages students to actively participate in the networking research community and offers unique networking opportunities.
Sponsoring S3 will give your organization increased visibility within the computer networking and mobile computing community, especially among talented PhD students. Supporting this student-organized workshop will benefit the community of student researchers. This focused venue will be a great opportunity for companies to attract the future researchers to them. We will acknowledge all supporters during the conference opening remarks and prominently display company names and logos on the S3 website. You can also direct your funds to name specific awards such as Travel Grants (which will encourage huge participations), Best Papers, Best Posters, Best Presentation, Best Questions, Best Demos etc. With your sponsorship, S3 will give financial awards to the student attendees and TPC members, who otherwise may not be able to attend due to financial constraints.
S3 has been held in conjunction with ACM MobiCom, one of the most prestigious conferences in mobile networking, for the past seven years. Previous workshops have attracted over 60 participants, including several ACM MobiCom attendees. Traditionally, the workshop has been sponsored by ACM SIGMOBILE and industry partners.
Links to workshop homepages can be found below:
ACM S3 2017 in Snowbird, Utah, USA with ACM MobiCom 2017
ACM S3 2016 in New York, USA with ACM MobiCom 2016
ACM S3 2015 in Paris, France with ACM MobiCom 2015
ACM S3 2014 in Maui, Hawaii with ACM MobiCom 2014
ACM S3 2013 in Miami, Florida with ACM MobiCom 2013
ACM S3 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey with ACM MobiCom 2012
ACM S3 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada with ACM MobiCom 2011
ACM S3 2010 in Chicago, Illinois with ACM MobiCom/MobiHoc 2010
ACM S3 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana with ACM MobiHoc 2009.
Karthikeyan (Karthik) Sundaresan is a senior researcher in the Mobile Communications and Networking research department at NEC Laboratories America. His research interests span both algorithmic and experimental aspects of wireless networking, systems and mobile computing, with recent efforts targeting various connectivity and computing paradigms for 5G networks and services. He received his MS and PhD degrees from the School of ECE, Georgia Tech, where he received dissertation awards for his master's and doctoral theses. He is the recipient of multiple award papers at various conferences, such as ACM MobiHoc, ACM CoNEXT, IEEE ICNP and IEEE SECON. He also received NEC's business contribution award for developing and commercializing a self-organizing network technology for LTE small cells in 2015. He has participated in various organizational roles in professional and conference committees, with the most recent one being a TPC co-chair for ACM MobiCom 2016. He is a senior member of IEEE and currently serves as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.10:15 - 11:00 Paper Session 1
Robert LiKamWa is an assistant professor at Arizona State University (ASU) across the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) and the School of Arts, Media and Engineering (AME). He directs the Meteor Studio research group at ASU, which focuses on enabling Mobile Experiential Technologies through Embedded Optimization Research. Generally, he studies software and hardware systems for sensing and actuation on mobile devices. Although their devices incorporate a diverse set of informative sensors, they face the challenge of efficiently sensing, processing, and acting on data. Built on Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, and Machine Learning research, they create low-level system designs to work toward this goal.3:00 - 4:00 Paper Session 2
|Registration Type||ACM/SIGMOBILE Member||Non Member (includes complimentary 1 year SIGMOBILE membership||Student ACM/SIGMOBILE Member||Student (includes complimentary 1 year SIGMOBILE membership)|
|Early-Bird (Ends Oct 5th)||$300||$400||$250||$275|
|Late (Ends Oct 21st)||$350||$450||$300||$325|
|On-Site (Begins Oct 22nd)||$350||$450||$300||$325|
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ACM S3 2017 in Snowbird, Utah, USA with ACM MobiCom 2017.
ACM S3 2016 in New York, USA with ACM MobiCom 2016.
ACM S3 2015 in Paris, France with ACM MobiCom 2015.
ACM S3 2014 in Maui, Hawaii with ACM MobiCom 2014.
ACM S3 2013 in Miami, Florida with ACM MobiCom 2013.
ACM S3 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey with ACM MobiCom 2012.
ACM S3 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada with ACM MobiCom 2011.
ACM S3 2010 in Chicago, Illinois with ACM MobiCom/MobiHoc 2010.
ACM S3 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana with ACM MobiHoc 2009.