Advance Program

8:00a-8:45 Registration and Breakfast
8:45-10:00 Welcome and Keynote
AJ Brush, It's Time to Focus on the Apps!
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-12n Session 1. User Centric Sensing
From Affect to Mental Health: A Speech Analysis Library for Unobtrusive Monitoring on Mobile Phones
Keng-hao Chang, Drew Fisher, John Canny (University of California, Berkeley)

Can Your Smartphone Infer Your Mood?
Robert LiKamWa (Rice University), Yunxin Liu (Microsoft Research Asia), Nicholas Lane (Microsoft Research Asia), Lin Zhong (Rice University)

DailyAlert: A Generic Mobile Persuasion Toolkit for Smartphones
Andong Zhan (Johns Hopkins University), Jong Hyun Lim (Johns Hopkins University), Andreas Terzis (Johns Hopkins University)

Inactivity Recognition: Separating Moving Phones from Stationary Users
James Reinebold (University of Southern California), Harshvardhan Vathsangam (University of Southern California), Gaurav Sukhatme (University of Southern California)
12n-1:30p Lunch
1:30-3:00 Session 2. Participatory Sensing
BikeTrack: Tracking Stolen Bikes through Everyday Mobile phones and Participatory Sensing
Ted Tsung-Te Lai (National Taiwan University), Chun-yi Lin (National Taiwan University), Ya-Yunn Su (National Taiwan University), Hao-hua Chu (National Taiwan University)

Collaborative Crowd Density Estimation with Mobile Phones
Jens Weppner (University of Passau), Paul Lukowicz (University of Passau)

NoiseMap - Real-time participatory noise maps
Immanuel Schweizer (TU Darmstadt), Roman Bärtl (TU Darmstadt - Telekooperation), Axel Schulz (TU Darmstadt - Telekooperation), Florian Probst (SAP Research), Max Mühlhäuser (TU Darmstadt - Telekooperation)

NotiSense: An Urban Sensing Notification System To Improve Bystander Privacy
Sarah Pidcock (University of Waterloo), Rob Smits (University of Waterloo), Urs Hengartner (University of Waterloo), Ian Goldberg (University of Waterloo)
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:15 Session 3. Location Sensing
An adaptive duty-cycle scheme for GPS scheduling in mobile location sensing applications
Chao-Lin Wu (Academia Sinica), Yu-Te Huang(Academia Sinica), Cheng-Lung Wu (Academia Sinica), Hao-hua Chu (National Taiwan University), Polly Huang (National Taiwan University), Ling-Jyh Chen (Academia Sinica)

Detecting Dwelling in Urban Environments Using GPS, WiFi, and Geolocation Measurements
Niels Brouwers (TU Delft), Matthias Woehrle (TU Delft)
4:15-5:15 Birds of a Feather Session: Mobile Sensing
A participatory discussion on thoughts from the day’s presentations and open questions on research directions, grand challenges, and killer applications for mobile sensing.
Brief notes from the audience discussion are available here.
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