Poster/Demo Preparation Instructions
- Everyone should have a poster (including the demo presenters). Please make sure your poster is legible, fonts are easy to read, figures are clear and meaningful, and also easy to explain.
- - Your poster should be about A0 in size (841 x 1189 mm / 33.1 x 46.8 inches).
Easels, tape, thumb tacks and all the other fixings required to mount your poster will be provided.
The Poster/Demo session will be at the end of the 1st day of the ICDCN main program (Tuesday Jan 5th 2016) from 5.00 p.m. until 6.00 p.m. You will have time to setup your posters and / or demos after 3 p.m. that day. All the posters and demos will be in the same area and we will let you know your exact location inside that area on that day itself.
To increase attendance for the poster / demo session, there will be refreshments provided at the demo/poster area. You are most welcome to help yourself to the food and drinks as well!
We will provide the following for all demo participants. Please let us know ASAP if you need something else.
- - 1 standard sized table (1.8 metres long)
- - Power points for a small number of devices (up to 5). If you need more power points, please let us know
- - Wi-Fi based Internet access using the same wireless network used for the ICDCN conference. If your demo requires a lot of bandwidth or very low latencies to an Internet resource, please let us know as well.
Assessing Emotion of Mobile Game Player Based on Physiological Changes, Huynh Nguyen Phan Sinh, Singapore Management University
Object Detection on Commodity Mobile Devices, Huynh Nguyen Loc, Singapore Management University
TA$Ker: Campus-Scale Mobile Crowd-Tasking Platform, Thivya Kandappu, Singapore Management University
Real-time Detection for Multiple Occupancy and Hogging, Nguyen Huy Hoang Huy, Singapore Management University
Smartwatch Based Food Journal, Vigneshwaran Subbaraju, Singapore Management University
Smartphone based Speaker Direction Detection, Amit Sharma, Singapore Management University
Looking Glass: Enabling Virtual Interactivity with the Physical Environment, Xiangyun Meng, National University of Singapore
Robust Data Collection Despite Cross-Technology Interference in Urban Environments, Mobashir Mohammad, National University of Singapore
MAMBA: A Graph-Aided Directed Tester for Privacy Specifications in Android Applications, Joseph Chan, Singapore Management University
Software-Defined Vehicular Cloud Architecture for Resource Sharing, Sukjin Choo, Korea University
Morphing Secrets: Pre-Shared Key Chain for Constrained Node Networks, Jiyong Han, KAIST
Low latency Multi-Wrist Gestural Interface, Tran Huy Vu, Singapore Management University
Exploiting Social Interactions for Event Detection in Public Spaces, Kasthuri Jayarajah, Singapore Management University
Reducing Slot Size in Neighbor Discovery, Wang Zixiao, National University of Singapore
Detecting Quantity of Drinking Using Smartwatch, Sonia Soubam, IIIT-Delhi
For more information, or if you need something that was not listed above, please contact the Poster & Demo Chair: Rajesh Krishna Balan (Singapore Management University) at email@example.com.