Vision Track Papers

List of Accepted Papers

Paper ID Presenter Title
705 Philip S. Yu (University of Illinois at Chicago) Rumor Initiator Detection in Infected Signed Networks
808 Jeffrey Tsai (ASIA University, Taiwan) On the Design of a Blockchain Platform for Clinical Trial and Precision Medicine
819 Fabio Costa (Federal University of Goias) Model-Driven Domain-Specific Middleware
820 Elisa Bertino (Purdue University) A Cognitive Policy Framework for Next-Generation Distributed Federated Systems – Concepts and Research Directions
822 Munindar Singh (North Carolina State University) The Internet of Things and Multiagent Systems: Decentralized Intelligence in Distributed Computing
823 Mostafa Ammar (School of Computer Science, Georgia Tech) A Vision for Zero-Hop Networking (ZeN)
825 Teruo Higashino (Osaka University) Edge Computing and IoT Based Research for Building Safe Smart Cities Resistant to Disasters
826 Yair Amir (Johns Hopkins University) Structured Overlay Networks for a New Generation of Internet Services
827 Schahram Dustdar (TU Wien) Ensuring Network Neutrality for Future Distributed Systems
828 Jie Wu (Temple University) Uncovering the Useful Structures of Complex Networks in Socially-Rich and Dynamic Environments
829 Hans-Arno Jacobsen (University of Toronto) Hardware Acceleration Landscape for Distributed Real-time Analytics: Virtues and Limitations
830 Kui Ren (The State University of New York at Buffalo) Addressing Smartphone-based Multi-factor Authentication via Hardware-rooted Technologies
833 Eve M. Schooler (Intel) An Architectural Vision for a Data-Centric IoT: Rethinking Things, Trust and Clouds
834 Tristan Braud (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Future Networking Challenges: The Case of Mobile Augmented Reality
841 Ewnetu Bayuh Lakew (UMEA University, Sweden) ACTiCLOUD: Enabling the Next Generation of Cloud Applications
844 Sangeetha Seshadri (IBM Almaden Research Center) Trillion Operations Key-Value Storage Engine: Revisiting the Mission Critical Analytics Storage Software Stack
845 Arun Iyengar (IBM Research) Supporting Data Analytics Applications Which Utilize Cognitive Services
847 Hai Jin (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Towards Dataflow-based Graph Accelerator
848 Dimitrios Georgakopoulos (Swinburne University) Towards a RISC Framework for Efficient Contextualization in IoT
849 Weisong Shi (Wayne State University) EdgeOS_H: A Home Operating System for Internet of Everything
850 Margaret Loper (Georgia Tech Research Institute) Machine to Machine Trust in Smart Cities
851 Marco Mamei (DISMI – Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia) Coordinating Distributed Speaking Objects
854 Peichang Shi (National University of Defense Technology) JointCloud: A Cross-Cloud Cooperation Architecture for Integrated Internet Service Customization
855 Hermann Härtig (Technische Universität Dresden) Lateral Thinking for Trustworthy Apps
857 Scott Klasky (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Exacution: Enhancing Scientific Data Management for Exascale
858 Steffen Staab (Institut WeST, University Koblenz-Landau and WAIS, University of Southampton) On Broad Big Data
859 Stefan Decker (RWTH Aachen) The Future of the Semantic Web: Prototypes on a Global Distributed Filesystem
862 Tarek Abdelzaher (UIUC) Decision-driven Execution: A Distributed Resource Management Paradigm for the Age of IoT
865 Manfred Hauswirth (TU Berlin) Enabling wide area data analytics with Collaborative Distributed Processing Pipes (CDPPs )
867 Ian Foster (Argonne National Laboratory and The University of Chicago) Software Defined Cyberinfrastructure
869 Karl Aberer (EPFL) How Computer Science Risks to Lose Its Innocence, and Should Attempt to Take Responsibility
871 Calton Pu (Georgia Institute of Technology) The Millibottleneck Theory of Performance Bugs, and Its Experimental Verification
872 Manish Parashar (Rutgers University) Computing in the Continuum: Combining Pervasive Devices and Services to Support Data-driven Applications
875 Charles Consel (Inria / Bordeaux INP) Internet of Things: From Small- to Large-Scale Orchestration
876 Masaru Kitsuregawa (National Institute of Informatics (NII)/Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. of Tokyo)) Observable-by-Design