WiFiUS PI meeting, Boston, USA, June 11, 2018

2018 WiFiUS PI Meeting will be held in Boston USA, on June 11, 2018. The meeting venue is Alumni Center, Northeastern University, 6th floor, 716 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02120.

Objectives
The meeting is open to the participants of the current cycle of funded projects from US and Finland. The meeting has two main objectives: 1) to bring together the international researchers from US and Finland, discuss the best practices for successful international research collaborations, and, 2) to report on ongoing WiFiUS collaborations and projects.

Agenda
The meeting will include (a) presentations of recent results by principal investigators engaged in ongoing research collaborations, (b) breakout session to discuss the benefits and challenges in international collaborative research. Final agenda and schedule will be finalized in next few days.

9:00-10:00am: Breakfast & Welcome
10:00-10:20am: Opening remarks by National Science Foundation; Academy of Finland
10:20-10:40am: WiFiUS: Collaborative Research: Scalable Edge Architecture for Massive Location-Aware Heterogeneous IoT Systems
Henning Schulzrinne, Mika Ylianttila & Ted Rappaport
10:40-11:00am: WiFIUS: Collaborative Research: Ambient Re-Scatter Inspired Machine Type Communication for Heterogeneous IoT Systems
Riku Jäntti, Jukka Lempiäinen & Miao Pan
11:00-11:20am: WiFiUS: Collaborative Research: Secure Inference in the Internet of Things
Visa Koivunen & Rick Blum
11:20-11:40am: WiFiUS:Collaborative Research: Low Overhead Wireless Access Solutions for Massive and Dynamic IoT Connectivity
Zhi Ding
11:40am-12:00pm: WiFiUS: IoCT-CARE: Internet of Cognitive Things for Personalized Healthcare
Juha-Pekka Soininen & Nikil Dutt
12:00-1:00pm: Lunch & Networking
1:00-1:20pm: WiFiUS: RF Sensing in Internet of Things: When Deep Learning Meets CSI Tensor
Shiwen Mao
1:20-1:40pm: WiFiUS: Millimeter Wave-Based Wearable Networks in High-End IoT Applications
Robert Heath & Antti Tölli
1:40-2:00pm: WiFiUS: Fault-Tolerant Cognitive IoT Systems Using Sensors of Limited Field-of-View: Fundamental Limits and Practical Strategies
Teemu Roos & Pulkit Grover
2:00-2:20pm: WiFIUS: Collaborative Research: SELIOT: Securing Lifecycle of Internet-of-Things
Patrick Traynor & N. Asokan
2:20-2:40pm: WiFiUS: Collaborative Research: Ultra-low latency and High Reliability for Wireless IoT
Eytan Modiano & Randall Berry
2:40-4:00pm: Breakout Sessions/ Panel Discussions
4:00-4:15pm: Coffee Break
4:15-4:45pm: Summary of Breakout Sessions
4:45-5:00pm: Conclusions and Meeting Adjournment
6.30-9.00pm: Dinner at Fogo De Chao
https://fogodechao.com/
Address: 200 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116

Topics for Breakout Session:
1. Breakout group 1: Future IOT platforms
This session will discuss the challenges of designing secure, computationally capable, and energy sustainable IOT platforms that can communicate reliably, meeting multimedia application requirements while being able to adapt to sudden changes in the environment. This session will cover both hardware and software aspects of IOT, and identify transformative technologies that should attract more attention and investment in research.

2. Breakout group 2: Future area of collaboration
The WiFiUS program has seen tremendous success in many exciting areas of wireless technology, including dynamic spectrum access and IoT. Wireless researchers worldwide are pushing the envelope in efforts to create technology that will support 1000x increase in data delivery rates, anytime and everywhere connectivity, sub-millisecond end to end response times, and many other capabilities that are becoming “a must” for supporting applications of the future. This session will converge on 3-5 disruptive areas that may become the basis of future international collaboration.

Directions to dinner from Alumni Center:

Registration
The registration for the meeting is through invitation only.

Accommodation
A block of rooms for WiFiUS PI meeting attendees and summer school tutorial presenters has been made available at the following hotel (subject to availability). All attendees are responsible for booking accommodations directly with the hotel.

Please reserve your room as soon as possible. Only a limited block of rooms are set aside for the hotel and are available on a first come, first served basis.

The Midtown Hotel
http://www.midtownhotel.com/
220 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Location:
0.4 miles from campus. Approximately 10-minute walk to campus.

Availability: June 10- June 15, 2018

Reservations for The Midtown Hotel can be made via the hotel website by selecting “Book Now” in the upper righthand corner or by calling the hotel directly at (800) 343-1177 or (617) 262-1000.