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Conference Program

Pervasive 2002 featured invited talks by:
Randy Katz
University of California, Berkeley
Pervasive Computing: It's all
about Network Services
Ralf Guido Herrtwich
DaimlerChrysler Research
Ubiquitous Computing in the
Automotive Domain

Below you can find the final conference program, as well as the list of short papers and demo exhibitions. See the separate Tutorials Page for information about the planned tutorials at Pervasive 2002.

The proceedings can be found online at LNCS-Online. For your convenience, a suitable BibTeX-File is available for download from the following link: pervasive2002.bib (courtesy of David Kotz).

Best paper awards were awarded to Victor Bayon (for the best student paper) and Alois Ferscha and Simon Vogl (for the best paper and presentation of the conference).

Conference Schedule

  Monday, August 26  
08:30Registration opens
09:00 Tutorial T1 (Privacy)Tutorial T2 (i-mode Services)Tutorial T3 (Context)
12:30Lunch
13:15
Conference Opening
13:30Invited Talk: Randy Katz, UC Berkeley
Pervasive Computing: It's all about Network Services
14:30Coffee Break
15:00Session 1: System Design
Christopher K. Hess, Manuel Román, Roy H. Campbell (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Building Applications for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
Larry Arnstein, Robert Grimm, Chia-Yang Hung, Jong Hee Kang, Anthony LaMarca, Gary Look, Stefan B. Sigurdsson, Jing Su, Gaetano Borriello (University of Washington, Seattle, USA)
Systems Support for Ubiquitous Computing: A Case Study of Two Implementations of Labscape
Christopher Lueg (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)
On the Gap Between Vision and Feasibility
16:15Short Break
16:30Session 2: Applications
David Levy (Digit Wireless LLC, USA)
The Fastap Keypad and Pervasive Computing
Best Student Paper
Victor Bayon, Tom Rodden, Chris Greenhalgh, Steve Benford (Nottingham University, UK)
Going Back to School: Putting a Pervasive Environment into the Real World
Best Paper and Presentation
Alois Ferscha, Simon Vogl (University of Linz, Austria)
Pervasive Web Access via Public Communication Walls
17:45 Welcome Reception
19:45
  Tuesday, August 27  
08:30Registration opens
09:00Invited Talk: Ralf G. Herrtwich, DaimlerChrysler
Ubiquitous Computing in the Automotive Domain
10:00Coffee Break
10:30Session 3: Identification and Authentication
Harald Vogt (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Efficient Object Identification with Passive RFID Tags
Dwaine Clarke, Blaise Gassend, Thomas Kotwal, Matt Burnside, Marten van Dijk, Srinivas Devadas, Ronald Rivest (MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, USA)
The Untrusted Computer Problem and Camera-Based Authentication
11:20Short Break
11:30Demo Presentations
12:30Lunch
13:30Session 4: Platforms
Esa Tuulari, Arto Ylisaukko-oja (VTT Electronics, Finland)
SoapBox: A Platform for Ubiquitous Computing Research and Applications
Joshua Lifton, Deva Seetharam, Michael Broxton, Joseph Paradiso (MIT Media Lab, USA)
Pushpin Computing System Overview: a Platform for Distributed, Embedded, Ubiquitous Sensor Networks
Anthony LaMarca, Waylon Brunette, David Koizumi, Matthew Lease, Stefan B. Sigurdsson, Kevin Sikorski, Dieter Fox, Gaetano Borriello (Intel Research Laboratory at Seattle, USA)
Making Sensor Networks Practical with Robots
14:45Coffee Break
15:15Session 5: Models and Architectures
Karen Henricksen, Jadwiga Indulska, Andry Rakotonirainy (University of Queensland, Australia)
Modeling Context Information in Pervasive Computing Systems
Simon Schubiger-Banz, Béat Hirsbrunner (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
A Model for Software Configuration in Ubiquitous Computing Environments
Magdalena Balazinska, Hari Balakrishnan, David Karger (MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, USA)
INS/Twine: A Scalable Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Intentional Resource Discovery
16:30Short Break
16:45Panel Discussion: Privacy in Pervasive Computing: Pervasive PETs?!
18:00

19:00Conference Banquet
23:00

  Wednesday, August 28  
08:00Registration opens
08:30Session 6: Location and Mobility
Elena Vildjiounaite, Esko-Juhani Malm, Jouni Kaartinen, Petteri Alahuhta (VTT Electronics, Finland)
Location Estimation Indoors by Means of Small Computing Power Devices, Accelerometers, Magnetic Sensors and Map Knowledge
Uwe Kubach, Kurt Rothermel (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Estimating the Benefit of Location-Awareness for Mobile Data Management Mechanisms
Yasuto Nakanishi, Kazunari Takahashi, Takayuki Tsuji, Katsuya Hakozaki (University of Electro-Communications, Japan)
iCAMS: A Mobile Communication Tool Using Location and Schedule Information
09:45Coffee Break
10:15Short Paper Session 1 Short Paper Session 2
11:15Short Break
11:30Session 7: Device Independence and Content Distribution
Henry Song, Hao-hua Chu, Nayeem Islam, Shoji Kurakake, Masaji Katagiri (DoCoMo Communications Labs, USA)
Browser State Repository Service
Masahiro Hori, Kouichi Ono, Teruo Koyanagi, Mari Abe (IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory, Japan)
Annotation by Transformation for the Automatic Generation of Content Customization Metadata
Yan Chen, Randy H. Katz, John D. Kubiatowicz (University of California at Berkeley, USA)
SCAN: A Dynamic, Scalable, and Efficient Content Distribution Network
12:45
Closing Plenary
13:00Lunch
14:00 Tutorial T4 (Data Management)Tutorial T5 (Wearable)Tutorial T6 (Portals)
17:30

Short Paper Track

Pervasive 2002 also features a selected number of late breaking short papers, which were presented during a special short paper track on Wednesday (two parallel sessions from 10:15 to 11:15). The following 13 papers have been selected from over 40 submissions:

Short Paper Session 1

Short Paper Session 2

Demos & Exhibitions Track

An integral part of the Pervasive 2002 conference was a special demos and exhibitions track, showcasing both industry applications and research prototypes that turn pervasive computing visions into reality. All exhibits were presented at a special demo track on Tuesday (from 11:30 to 12.30). However, presenters were free to demonstrate their exhibits throughout the conference, including the welcome reception on Monday evening and the various coffee breaks on each day, allowing conference participants to browse through and interact with each display at their leisure.

The following 17 exhibitions had been on display during Pervasive 2002:

Panel Discussion

Tuesday evening (from 16:45 to 18:00) featured a Panel Discussion with the title Privacy in Pervasive Computing: Pervasive PETs?!, focussing on how technology can help to protect privacy in various pervasive computing scenarios. The following four panelists discussed their views on differences, concepts, and challenges of privacy solutions for pervasive computing:



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