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Poster Session Instructions


Nov. 7th 2019, 16:20-18:00


Virginia Foyer

The Poster Size

We prepared a poster mounting board for each presenter. The display board can be set vertically (x36''tall x24''-wide) or horizontally (the display board can be unfolded to x36''tall x48''-wide, but not very recommended) on an easel.

The Poster Number

You will be assigned a corresponding poster number that signifies the poster board and location.

Here are a few examples of ppt templates that could be used: click here.

Best Student Poster Awards

Best Student Poster Awards will be announced at the Women-in-computing forum.

Location: Monroe Room

Date: Friday, November 8th, 2019

Time: 10:10-11:50 AM

Details can be found at Women-in-Computing forum.

Accepted posters

  1 ChordEdge: Design of Chord Ring and SDN based Edge Infrastructure Management System. 
Kewei Sha (University of Houston)
  2 Deep Learning based Task Scheduling in A Cloud RAN Enabled Edge Environment. 
Jude Fletcher (University of Oxford)
  3 Privacy-by-Design Task Offloading for UAV-mounted Cloudlets. 
Lena Mashayekhy (University of Delaware)
  4 Traffic Congestion Assessment Based on Street Level Data for On-Edge Deployment. 
Yuan Li (University of North Texas)
  5 Cost-Aware Cloudlet Placement in Edge Computing Systems. 
Lena Mashayekhy (University of Delaware)
  6 Deep Learning-based C/U Plane Separation Architecture for Automotive Edge Computing. 
Ping Du (University of Tokyo, Toyota Motor Corporation)
  7 Fast Video Facial Expression Recognition by Deeply Tensor-compressed LSTM Neural Network on Mobile Device. 
Peining Zhen (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Southern University of Science and Technology)
  8 Container-Based Architecture for Optimal Face-Recognition Tasks in Edge Computing. 
Miguel Jimeno (Universidad del Norte)
  9 Distributed Deep Neural Network Training on Edge Devices. 
Daniel Benditkis (Edgify)
  10 Demo: A System for Operating Energy-Aware Cloudlets. 
Thomas Rausch (TU Wien)
  11 Revisiting Online Scheduling for AI-Driven Internet of Things. 
Naveen T.R. Babu (The Ohio State University)
  12 EdgeServe: Efficient Deep Learning Model Caching at the Edge. 
Tian Guo (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
  13 Virtual Reality Streaming at the Edge: A Power Perspective. 
Sheng Wei (Rutgers University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
  14 Demo: Google Cloud Platform Security. 
Kazi Zunnurhain (Kean University)
  15 Adaptive Task Offloading over Wireless in Mobile-Edge Computing. 
Saptarshi Debroy (City University of New York)
  16 Cost-Effective Microservice Scaling in Edge Clouds. 
Amit Samanta (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, Tsinghua University)
  17 Fast Inference Services for Alternative Deep Learning Structures. 
Eduardo Romero (The Ohio State University)
  18 An Efficient Mobile-Edge Collaborative System for Video Photorealistic Style Transfer. 
Ang Li (Duke University, Quantil Inc)
  19 A SDN-based Network Layer for Edge Computing. 
An Wang (Case Western Reserve University)
  20 FFmpeg360 for 360-Degree Videos: Edge-Based Transcoding, View Rendering, and Visual Quality Comparison. 
Yao Liu (SUNY Binghamton, The Ohio State University)
  21 Task-Adaptive Incremental Learning for Intelligent Edge Devices. 
Xiang Chen (George Mason University)
  22 A Neuromorphic GAN system for Intelligent Computing on Edge. 
Chenchen Liu (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)