Workshop Location: Room Dw601 

August 9, Thursday

9:00 Registration (in front of workshop room)

9:30 Opening Remarks, Kaoru Sezaki (The University of Tokyo)

10:00 Keynote: User Interfaces, Sensor Networks, and Data Analysis, Jukka Riekki (University of Oulu)

10:45  Coffee Break

11:00  Session: Social Infrastructure  (20min talk + 10min Q&A) (Session Chair: Yoshito Tobe)

          (1) Field-Oriented Approach: Toward M2M as a Social Infrastructure, Makoto Suzuki (The University of Tokyo)

          (2) Transportation Behavior Monitoring, Samuli Hemminki (Helsinki Institute for Information Technology)

12:15  Lunch Break at Capo PELLICANO (inside campus, AN Building 1F) 

13:30  Session: Vision and System (Session Cair: Jukka Riekki)

          (1) Creating Ubiquitous Services by Cyber-Physical Coupling, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio University)

          (2) Publish/subscribe assisted neuroevolution for point-like virtual creatures, Mikko Polojaervi (University of Oulu)

          (3) Estimating Position Relation between Two Pedestrians Using Mobile Phones, Daisuke Kamisaka (KDDI R&D Laboratiries) 

          (4)uBox: Local Sensor/Actuator Management System for Large Scale Web-of-Things, Naoya Namatame (Keio University)

15:30 Coffee Break

15:45-16:45 Panel Discussion "Smart City Infrastructure: Opportunities and Challenges" : Panel Chair / Hide Tokuda

     Samuli Hemminki, Mikko Polojaervi, Naoya Namatame, Takuro Yonezawa

16:45-18:00 Poster Presentation

A Cooperative Transport Protocol for Human Probes, Ryosuke OZAKI (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)

TravelProxy, Dai NANJO (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)

Study on Persuasive Agent Systems Using Qualitative Information of Users, Akihito Yoshii (Waseda University)

- LiDSN: A Method to Deploy Wireless Sensor Networks Securely based on Light Communication, Giang Doan Minh Nguyen (Keio University)

- DHT-based Sensor Data Management for Geographical Range Query, Junki Terayama (keio University)

NaviComf: Navigate Pedestrians for Comfort Using Multi-modal Environmental Sensors, Congwei Dang (The University of Tokyo)

Pattern-based Optimization Algorithm for Compressive Sensing in Real-world Wireless Sensor Networks, Akito Ito (Keio University)

- Logical Sensor Networks, Tomotaka Ito (Keio University)

Hierarchical Wide-Area Sensor Network using Cloud Computing, Hiroto Aida (Keio University)

More students will join.

18:00 Reception at Lever son Verre (

August 10, Friday

9:00 Session: Sensing and Society (Session Chair: Marko Jurmu)

          (1) Human-Computer-Biosphere Interaction: towards a sustainable society, Hiroki Kobayashi (The University of Tokyo)

          (2) Socio-Psychological Sensing on Mobile Devices, Petteri Nurmi (Helsinki Institute for Information Technology)         

          (3) Detection, Classification and Visualization of Place-triggered Geotagged Tweets, Shinya Hiruta (Keio University)

10:30 Coffee Break

10:45 Session: Human and Interaction (Session Chair: Masayuki Iwai)

          (1) Quality Enhancement for Human Probes, Yoshito Tobe (Aoyama Gakuin University)

          (2) Negotiation and Usage of Interactive Public Displays Mediated with System-Level Ownerships, Marko Jurmu (University of Oulu / Keio University)

          (3) Vinteraction: Vibration-based Information Transfer for Smart Devices, Takuro Yonezawa (Keio University)

12:30 Lunch Break at Capo PELLICANO (inside campus, AN Building 1F) 

13:30 Session: Sensing and System (Session Chair: Makoto Suzuki)

          (1) Large-scale Sensing Platform with Community, Masayuki Iwai (The University of Tokyo)

          (2) On using continuations for dynamic task and service composition, Teemu Leppänen (University of Oulu)          

          (3) A Monitoring Framework for Ubiquitous Sensor Networks Using D-Case, Jin Nakazawa (Keio University)

15:00 Coffee Break

15:30 Panel Discussion "Support for Urban Sensing and Interaction": Panel Chair/Petteri Nurmi 

          Marko Jurmu, Teemu Leppänen, Jin Nakazawa, Hiroki Kobayashi

17:00 Closing, Jukka Riekki (University of Oulu)