IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference
11-14 January 2019 // Las Vegas // USA



Each poster will be provided with enough space on a white board to hold a Vertical/Portrait poster. A0 size is suggested, which measures 841 mm (W) x 1189 mm (H) or 33.1 in (W) x 46.8 in (H).

Presenters are required to set up their posters before their poster session (Saturday or Sunday). The posters must be removed after the session ends.

Saturday, 12 January

18:30 - 20:00

Posters: Happy Hour and Posters

  1. The Upper Limit of Flow Accommodation under Allowable Delay Constraint in HANETs
    Taichi Miya (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Kohta Ohshima (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan); Yoshiaki Kitaguchi and Katsunori Yamaoka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
  2. A Lightweight and Secure IoT Remote Monitoring Mechanism Using DNS with Privacy Preservation
    Yong Jin (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Kenji Fujikawa (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan); Masahiko Tomoishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Ved P. Kafle (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)
  3. Mitigation Process for DNS Flood Attacks
    Tasnuva Mahjabin and Yang Xiao (The University of Alabama, USA)
  4. Detections of pulse and blood pressure employing 5G millimeter wave signal
    Yukino Yamaoka (Waseda University, Japan); Shigeru Shimamoto (Waseda University & Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Japan); Jiang Liu (Waseda University, Japan)
  5. Multi-UAVs Payload Data Communication with Asynchronous Access
    Yun-Ruei Li (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan); Hsin-Piao Lin (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan); Li-Chun Wang (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan); Jing-Ling Wang (National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan)
  6. Analysis of Small-World Features in Vehicular Social Networks
    Anna Maria Vegni (Roma Tre University, Italy); Valeria Loscrí (Inria Lille-Nord Europe, France); Pietro Manzoni (Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain)
  7. Identification of Smartphone Applications by Encrypted Traffic Analysis
    Anan Sawabe, Takanori Iwai and Kozo Satoda (NEC Corporation, Japan)
  8. Novel Optimized SDN Routing Scheme in CamCube Server Only Data Center Networks
    Roua Touihri (Devoteam, France); Safwan Alwan (University Paris Est Créteil (UPEC), France); Abdulhalim Dandoush (ESME Sudria, France); Nadjib Aitsaadi (ESIEE Paris & Laboratory of Computer Science Gaspard-Monge - LIGM / CNRS (UMR 8049), France); Cyril Veillon (Devoteam R&D, France)
  9. Temporal-based Load Adaptive SDN Controller Failover Mechanism
    Ming-Hung Chen (IBM Research, USA); Zhi-Qiang Zhong (National Taiwan University, Taiwan); IHsin Chung (IBM T.J Watson Research Center, USA); Cheng-Fu Chou (NTU, Taiwan)
  10. On the Negatively Correlated Eavesdropper in Indoor Wireless Body Area Networks
    Ruslan Dautov and Gill R Tsouri (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
  11. Elimination Yield Based Collision Resolution Protocol for Dense IoT Networks
    Ruslan Dautov and Gill R Tsouri (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
  12. Item recommendation in aggregated marketplace
    Prakhar Pandey (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India); Sureshkumar Gudla (Samsung R&D Institute India - Bangalore, India); Joy Bose (Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore, India)
  13. Improving Offload Delay using Flow Splitting and Aggregation in Edge Computing
    Yusuke Ito (University of Kitakyushu, Japan); Hiroyuki Koga (The University of Kitakyushu, Japan)
  14. Shopping Baskets for On-line Beacon Sensor Network in Retail Store
    Yuji Suda, Taiga Arai, Takahiro Yoshizawa, Yuki Fujita, Keiichi Zempo and Yukihiko Okada (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
  15. Improving Efficiency of Remote Construction by using Adaptive Video Streaming
    Hiroshi Yoshida, Tatsuya Yoshimoto, Takaharu Innami and Kazunori Ohashi (NEC Corporation, Japan); Hiroshi Furuya and Naoki Mori (Obayashi Corporation, Japan)
  16. Load Balancing for Distributed SDN with Harmony Search
    Sejun Kim, Sangyoung Kim, Byungjun Lee, Kyung Tae Kim and Hee Yong Youn (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
  17. An Information-Centric Content Delivery Network Excluding Redundant Surrogate Duplications
    Hideki Tode, Yutaro Inaba and Yosuke Tanigawa (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
  18. Energy Harvesting Schemes for UAV based Communications
    Ali Jihad Ali (University of Aleppo, Syria); Mazen Omar Hasna (Qatar University, Qatar)


Sunday, 13 January

13:30 - 15:00

Coffee Demos/Posters: Coffee Break and Demonstrations/Posters

  1. A Novel Joint Offloading and Resource Allocation Scheme for Mobile Edge Computing
    Boutheina Dab (UPMC Sorbonne University & LIP6, France); Nadjib Aitsaadi (ESIEE Paris & Laboratory of Computer Science Gaspard-Monge - LIGM / CNRS (UMR 8049), France); Rami Langar (University Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée, France)
  2. Efficient Resource Allocation for Crowd-Cloud Assisted D2D Computation Offloading
    Niklesh Lalwani (Amazon Development Center, India); Varunkumar Mehta (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India); Shabbir N Merchant (IIT Bombay, India)
  3. Optimized Compression Policy for Flying Ad hoc Networks
    Arnau Rovira Sugranes, Fatemeh Afghah and Abolfazl Razi (Northern Arizona University, USA)
  4. CS-CDMA System with Binary Z-connectable Complete Complementary Codes
    Hikaru Mizuyoshi (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan); Chenggao Han (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
    A Unified Model for Signal Detection in Massive MIMO System and Its Application
    Fangli Jin, Fuxiang Cui and Qiufeng Liu (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China); Hao Liu (UESTC, P.R. China)
  5. A Low-pass Filtered Time-domain Window for DFTs-OFDM to Reduce Out-of-band Emission with Low Complexity
    Yuji Mizutani and Keiichi Mizutani (Kyoto University, Japan); Takeshi Matsumura (Kyoto University & National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan); Hiroshi Harada (Kyoto University, Japan)
  6. Packet Size Optimization for Topology Aware Cognitive Radio IoT Sensor Networks
    Chitradeep Majumdar and Miguel López-Benítez (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Aaqib Patel (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India); Shabbir N Merchant (IIT Bombay, India)
    Design on the Waveform for QAM-FBMC System in the Presence of Residual CFO
    Hyungsik Han (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea); Hyuncheol Park (KAIST, Korea)
  7. Energy-efficient relay selection over fading channels
    Ruben Milocco (UNComa/CONICET, Argentina); Paul Muhlethaler (INRIA, France); Selma Boumerdassi (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France)
  8. Software Defined Vehicular Advertisement Platform
    Jungwoo Koo, Joonwoo Kim and Sangheon Pack (Korea University, Korea)
  9. Relay UE Selection Scheme in an Emergency Warning System Integrating Proximity Services
    Yutaka Musaka, Yoshitaka Nakamura and Hiroshi Inamura (Future University Hakodate, Japan); Xiaohong Jiang (Future University-Hakodate, Japan)
  10. A Novel Unified Signaling Beacon for Traditional and Mesh WiFi Network
    Kavin Kumar Thangadorai (Samsung R&D Institute India, Bangalore, India); Debabrata Das (International Institute of Information Technology - Bangalore, India); Kumar Murugesan (Samsung R&D Institute India, India); Vimal Bastin Edwin Joseph (Samsung R & D Institute India - Bangalore, India)
  11. Maximizing Clearance Rate of Reputation-aware Auctions in Mobile Crowdsensing
    Maggie E. Gendy (Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt); Ahmad Al-Kabbany (Arab Academy for Science and Technology, Egypt); Ehab F. Badran (Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt)
  12. Crypto Terminal Based On Secure Element For Consumer Trusted Blockchain Transactions
    Pascal Urien (Télécom ParisTech, France)
  13. GearSense: Enabling Hand Pose Tracking Using Inertial Sensor Array
    Arindam Mondal and Prash Goel (Samsung R&D Institute India Bangalore, India); Gaurav Gupta (Samsung R&D Institute, India)
  14. V-tracer: a Vehicular Trace Generator for Future Predictive Maintenance
    Mirialys Machin, Piedad Garrido, Francisco J. Martinez and Julio A. Sanguesa (University of Zaragoza, Spain)