IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference
10-13 January 2020 // Las Vegas // USA


Poster Presentation Instructions

Presenters must print their own poster prior to attending the conference, no printing facilities will be available on site.

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.


P1: Happy Hour and Posters

Date: Saturday, 11 January
Time: 18:30 - 20:00

Poster 1: Efficient Load Balancing to Serve Heterogeneous Requests in Clustered Systems using Kubernetes
Amit Dua (Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, India); Sahil Randive and Aditi Agarwal (BITS Pilani, India); Neeraj Kumar (Thapar University Patiala, India)

Poster 2: Effective Disaster Recovery for Edge Computing Against Large-Scale Natural Disasters
Tsubaki Takuma, Ryota Ishibashi, Takeshi Kuwahara and Yoshikatsu Okazaki (NTT, Japan)

Poster 3: Enabling Broadcast-based Offload and Distributed Caching for Mobile Social Networks
Vinay Kumar Shrivastava and Rohan Raj (Samsung Electronics, India); Lalit Pathak (Samsung Semiconductor India Research, India)

Poster 4: Foreseeing Semi-Persistent Scheduling (F-SPS) in Mode-4 for 5G Enhanced V2X Communication
Puneeth Jubba Honnaiah (University of Luxembourg & SnT, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, Luxembourg); Nicola Maturo and Symeon Chatzinotas (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Poster 5: Towards Secure Smart Parking System Using Blockchain Technology
Wesam Al Amiri (Tennessee Tech University, USA); Mohamed Baza (Tennessee Technological University, USA); Karim A. Banawan (Alexandria University, Egypt); Mohamed M E A Mahmoud (Tennessee Tech University, USA); Waleed Alasmary (Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi Arabia); Kemal Akkaya (Florida International University, USA)

Poster 6: PEX: Privacy-Preserved, Multi-Tier Exchange Framework for Cross Platform Virtual Assets Trading
Orathai Sangpetch (CMKL University & King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Lardkrabang, Thailand); Akkarit Sangpetch (King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand)

Poster 7: Innovative ATMEGA8 Microcontroler Static Authentication Based on SRAM PUF
Pascal Urien (Télécom ParisTech, France)

Poster 8: Factor Discrimination of Scanning Failure and Delay for Efficient Network Scanning of IoT Wireless Equipment
Babatunde Ojetunde (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR), Japan); Naoto Egashira (Mobile Techno Corp., Japan); Takuya Kurihara (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan); Kazuto Yano and Yoshinori Suzuki (ATR, Japan)

Poster 9: Noisy Neighbor Detection and Avoidance for Network Slicing in 5G
Hanane Biallach, Marouen Mechtri and Chaima Ghribi (Orange Labs Networks, France)

Poster 10: On Fairness Issue of ABR and TCP Algorithms in Video Streaming
Tomotaka Matsumoto, Koki Goto and Miki Yamamoto (Kansai University, Japan)

Poster 11: ECU Counterfeit Mitigation Using Holistic Approach in Modern Automotive Echo System
Mostafa El-Said (Grand Valley State University, USA)

Poster 12: Hardware Root of Trust for IoT Security in Smart Home Systems
Samah Mansour (Grand Valley State University, USA); Adrian Lauf (University of Louisville, USA)

Poster 13: On-Demand, Unattended Authentication: A Novel Online Access Model Without Cumbersome Login Procedures
Manki Min (Louisiana Tech University, USA)

Poster 14: Performance Evaluation of Machine Learning Based Channel Selection Algorithm Implemented on IoT Sensor Devices in Coexisting IoT Networks
So Hasegawa (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Song-Ju Kim (Keio University, Japan); Yozo Shoji (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan); Mikio Hasegawa (Tokio University  of Science, Japan)

Poster 15: A Realistic Approach to Enhance the Battery Performance of Device-to-Device (D2D) Relay UEs
Anup Chaudhari (Samsung R&D Institute India- Bangalore, India); Jagadeesh Gandikota (Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore, India); Arijit Sen (Samsung R&D Institute, India Bangalore, India)

Poster 16: A Sequential WLAN Channel Selection Adaptive to Factors Outside the System
Kazuki Ohtsu, Shotaro Kamiya, Koji Yamamoto, Takayuki Nishio and Masahiro Morikura (Kyoto University, Japan); Noriyasu Kato (Allied Telesis K. K., Japan)

Poster 17: On Performance of Underwater Wireless Optical Communications Under Turbulence
Shi Zhang, Li Zhang and Zhaocheng Wang (Tsinghua University, China); Jinguo Quan (Tsinghua university, China); Julian Cheng (University of British Columbia, Canada); Yuhan Dong (Tsinghua University, China)


P2: Coffee Break and Demonstrations/Posters

Date: Sunday, 12 January
Time: 14:00 - 15:30

Poster 1: High Security Bare Metal Bluetooth Blockchain Payment Terminal for Trusted Ethereum Transaction
Pascal Urien (Télécom ParisTech, France)

Poster 2: Mobile Vehicular Edge Computing Architecture Using Rideshare Taxis as a Mobile Edge Server
Mohammed Laroui (Paris Descartes University, France); Boubakr Nour (Beijing Institute of Technology, China); Hassine Moungla (University of Paris Descartes & Instiut Mines Telecom, France); Hossam Afifi (Télécom SudParis, Institut Telecom & Paris Saclay, France); Moussa Ali cherif (University of SBA, Algeria)

Poster 3: A Machine Learning-Based Technique for the Classification of Indoor/Outdoor Cellular Network Clients
Kareem Abdullah (American University in Cairo & Eventum IT Solutions, Egypt); Sara Attalla (AUC & Alexandria, Egypt); Yasser Gadallah (The American University in Cairo, Egypt); Ayman Y Elezabi (American University, Cairo, Egypt); Karim G Seddik (American University in Cairo, Egypt); Ayman Gaber (Vodafone, Egypt); Dina Samak (Eventum IT Solutions, Egypt)

Poster 4: A Stochastic Theoretical Game Approach for Resource Allocation in Vehicular Fog Computing
Habtamu Birhanie (University of Burgundy & DRIVE Lab, France); Sidi-Mohammed Senouci (University of Bourgogne - ISAT Nevers, France); Mohamed-Ayoub Messous (University of Burgundy & DRIVE Lab, France); Amel Arfaoui (University of Burgundy / Sup'Com, Tunisia); Ali Kies (University of Sciences and the Technology of Oran, Algeria)

Poster 5: Grey Wolf Optimization in VANET to Manage Platooning of Future Autonomous Electrical Vehicles
Floriano De Rango (University of Calabria, Italy); Mauro Tropea (Università della Calabria, Italy); Pierfrancesco Raimondo and Amilcare Francesco Santamaria (University of Calabria, Italy)

Poster 6: NOMA-Based Network Coding in IoT Networks with Correlated Sources
Nazli Ahmad Khan Beigi (Interdigital Inc. & Concordia University, Canada); Mohammad Reza Soleymani (Concordia University, Canada)

Poster 7: On Selecting Channel Parameters for Public Safety Network Applications in LTE D2D Communications
Siyuan Feng and Hyeong-Ah T. Choi (The George Washington University, USA); David Griffith (NIST, USA); Richard Rouil (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)

Poster 8: Secure Pairwise Key Sharing using Geometric Group Key Sharing Method
Shogo Ochiai, Keiichi Iwamura and Ahmad Akmal Aminuddin Mohd Kamal (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)

Poster 9: Generating IoT Traffic in Smart Home Environment
Hung Nguyen-An, Thomas Silverston, Taku Yamazaki and Takumi Miyoshi (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan)

Poster 10: Detecting Malware-infected Hosts Using Templates of Multiple HTTP Requests
Taiga Hokaguchi and Yuichi Ohsita (Osaka University, Japan); Toshiki Shibahara (NTT, Japan); Daiki Chiba (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, Japan); Mitsuaki Akiyama (NTT, Japan); Masayuki Murata (Osaka University, Japan)

Poster 11: A Maximum Concurrent Flow Technique for Optimized Data Routing in IoT Architectures
Abou-Bakr Djaker (University Oran1, Algeria); Bouabdellah Kechar (University of Oran1, Algeria); Hossam Afifi (Télécom SudParis, Institut Telecom & Paris Saclay, France); Hassine Moungla (University of Paris Descartes & Instiut Mines Telecom, France)

Poster 12: A Cooperative Physical Layer Scene-Awareness Scheme for Visible Light Communications
Hamid Hosseinianfar and Maite Brandt-Pearce (University of Virginia, USA)

Poster 13: Application-Oriented Optical Transmission Control for Computationally Efficient Edge Computing
Takahiro Suzuki (NTT & NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratory, Japan); Sang-Yuep Kim and Yushi Koyasako (NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, Japan); Jun-ichi Kani (NTT, Japan); Jun Terada (NTT Corporation, Japan)

Poster 14: Implementation and Analysis of Blockchain Based DApp for Secured Sharing of Students' Credentials
Raaj Anand Mishra, Anshuman Kalla and Nimer A Singh (Manipal University Jaipur, India); Madhusanka Liyanage (University of Oulu, Finland & University College Dublin, Ireland)

Poster 15: Towards Performance Improvement of User Plane Traffic in Wireless System: Security Aspects
Rajavelsamy R (Samsung India Software Operations Pvt Ltd, India); Hilam Patel (Samsung R&D Institute India – Bangalore, India); Venkata Siva Naga Kumar Atmakuri (Samsung R&D Institute India - Bangalore, India)

Poster 16: Lightweight Authentication Scheme for Internet of Things
Arie Haenel (Telecom SudParis, France); Yoram Haddad (Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel); Zonghua Zhang (IMT Lille Douai, Institut Mines-Télécom, France)

Poster 17: Novel System Design for Reducing Cost and Power Consumption in a Multi-SIM User Equipment
Kumud Kumar Sinha (IIITB, India); Tushar Vrind (Samsung, India); Lalit Pathak (Samsung Semiconductor India Research, India); Debabrata Das (International Institute of Information Technology - Bangalore, India)