Programme

This year we are proud to present the keynote: Carrots and Sticks – Incentives that Make Mobile Crowdsensing Work, by Dr. Salil Kanhere (UNSW, Australia). There will also be two sessions presenting recent developments in crowdsensing, and a lively panel discussion.

Preliminary Programme

09:00 – Welcome Address and Keynote:
Chair: Imre Lendák (University of Novi Sad)
Carrots and Sticks – Incentives That Make Mobile Crowdsensing Work
Dr. Salil Kanhere (The University of New South Wales)

10:00 – Coffee break

10:30 – Session 1: Monitoring and Response Management
Chair: Anders Lehmann (Århus University)
Configuration-Free Propagation System for Early Fire Alerts
Hideki Mori (The University of Tokyo); Masaki Ito (University of Tokyo); Kaoru Sezaki (University of Tokyo)
Interactive Information Crowdsourcing for Disaster Management Using SMS and Twitter: A Research Prototype
Anubrata Das (IIEST Shibpur); Neeratyoy Mallik (IIEST Shibpur); Somprakash Bandyopadhyay (IIM Calcutta); Sipra DasBit (IIEST Shibpur); Jayanta Basak (IIM Calcutta)
Crowd-sourced BMS Point Matching and Metadata Maintenance with Babel
Jonathan Fürst (IT University of Copenhagen); Kaifei Chen (University of California at Berkeley); Randy H. Katz (University of California at Berkeley); Philippe Bonnet (IT University of Copenhagen)

12:00 – Lunch break

13:00 – Session 2: Systems and Methods in Crowdsensing
Chair: Jonathan Fürst (IT University of Copenhagen)
A3Droid: a Framework for Developing Distributed CrowdSensing
Luciano Baresi (Politecnico di Milano); Guinea Sam (Politecnico di Milano); Danilo Mendonca (Politecnico di Milano)
A Broker-less Participatory Sensing Scheme by User Matching Mechanism Based on Market Price Approach
Takuma Oide (Tohoku University); Toru Abe (Tohoku University); Takuo Suganuma (Tohoku University)
Using Crowd Sensed Data as Input to Congestion Model
Anders Lehmann (Århus University); Allan Gross (Århus University)
Connectivity-optimal Shortest Paths Using Crowdsourced Data
Tim Hultman (Linköping University); Abdeldjalil Boudjadar (Linköping University); Mikael Asplund (Linköping University)

15:00 – Coffee break

15:30 – Panel Discussion:
Chair: Imre Lendák (University of Novi Sad)
Title: What is needed for crowdsensing methods to be adopted more  widely?
Panel: Dr. Salil Khanhere (University of New South Wales), Umair ul Hassan (Insight Center for Data Analytics), and Imre Lendak (University of Novi Sad)