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Gaia Maselli <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 16 May 2007 11:30:40 +0200
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We apologize  in advance if  you receive multiple  copies of
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                   CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
                     ACM HealthNet 2007

                      to MAY 18, 2007

Please, check for venue and
registration information
The  1st International  Workshop on  Systems  and Networking
Support for Healthcare and Assisted Living Environments

                Sponsored by ACM SIGMOBILE
           in conjunction with ACM MobiSys 2007
Corporate sponsors: Microsoft (gold), IBM (silver)

Jointly organized by
* The University of Illinois  at Urbana Champaign,  US,  and
* Universitą di Roma "La Sapienza," Italy

You are  cordially invited  to join us  in San  Juan, Puerto
Rico, on  June 11, 2007  for participating to  ACM HealthNet
2007.  The workshop is  devoted to presenting and discussing
novel  findings and  approaches for  healthcare  systems and

******************   WORKSHOP FEATURES   *******************
* 13 full papers
* 7 research posters
                    TECHNICAL PROGRAM

Session 1: Access and Security

    * Rendezvous-based access control for medical records in the
      pre-hospital environment
        Feike Dillema (Universitetet i TromsŲ, NO);
        Simone Lupetti (Universitetet i Troms, NO)
    * Addressing Security in Medical Sensor Networks
        Kriangsiri Malasri (University of Memphis, US);
        Lan Wang (University of Memphis, US)
    * Context-aware Access to Public Shared Devices
        David Jea (University of California, Los Angeles, US);
        Ian Yap (University of California, Los Angeles, US);
        Mani Srivastava (University of California, Los Angeles, US)

Session 2: Network Architectures and Support

    * Investigating Network Architectures for Body Sensor Networks
        Anirudh Natarajan (National University of Singapore, SG);
        Mehul Motani (National University of Singapore, SG);
        Buddhika De Silva (University of Singapore, SG);
        Kok Kiong Yap (Stanford University, US);
        Kee Chaing Chua (National University of Singapore, SG)
    * H-MAC, Heartbeat Driven Medium Access Control for Body Sensor
        Huaming Li (Michigan Technological University, US)
    * Towards Highly-Available WSNs for Assisted Living
        Safwan Al-Omari (Wayne State Univeristy, US);
        Weisong Shi (Wayne State University, US)
    * Energy-Efficient Multi-hop Medical Sensor Networking
        Antonio Ruzzelli (University College Dublin, IE);
        Raja Jurdak (University College Dublin, IE);
        Gregory O'Hare (University College Dublin, IE);
        Peter van der Stok (Philips Research Laboratories, NL)

Session 3: System Design

    * Participatory User Centered Design Techniques for a Large Scale
      Ad-Hoc Health Information System
        Tia Gao (John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, US);
        Tammara Massey (UCLA, US);
        Leo Selavo (University of Virginia, US);
        Matt Welsh (Harvard University, US);
        Majid Sarrafzadeh (UCLA, US)
    * Investigating and Supporting Health Management Practices of
      Individuals with Diabetes
        Lena Mamykina (Siemens Corporate Research, Inc., US);
        Elizabeth Mynatt (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, US)
    * MACCS: An Industrial Study of Hands-Free Wireless Communications
      for Mobile Healthcare Workers
        Michael Sammon (Avaya Labs Research, US);
        Lynne Brotman (Avaya Labs Research, US);
        Ed Peebles (Avaya Labs Research, US);
        Dorļe Seligmann (Avaya Labs Research, US)

Session 4: Research Posters

    * A Feature Combination Approach for the Detection of Early Morning
      Bathroom Activities with Wireless Sensors
        Nuri Ince (University of Minnesota, US);
        Cheol-Hong Min (University of Minnesota, US);
        Ahmed Tewfik (University of Minnesota, US)
    * A Resource Optimized Physical Movement Monitoring Scheme for
      Environmental and on-Body Sensor Networks
        Antti Vehkaoja (Tampere University of Technology, FI);
         Sameer Iyengar (UC Berkeley, US);
         Mari Zakrzewski (Tampere University of Technology, FI);
         Roozbeh Jafari (University of California, Berkeley, US);
         Ruzena Bajcsy (University of California, US);
         Steve Glaser (University of California at Berkeley, US);
         Jukka Lekkala (Tampere University of Technology, FI);
         Shankar Sastry (UC Berkeley, US)/
    * Accelerometer-Based Human Abnormal Movement Detection in Wireless
      Sensor Networks
           Timothy Burchfield (University of Texas at Dallas, US);
           Subbarayan Venkatesan (University of Texas at Dallas, US)
    * An Integrated Wireless Sensing and Mobile Processing Architecture
      for Assisted Living and Healthcare Applications
        Serhan Dagtas (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, US)
    * Automatic Administration of the Get Up and Go Test
        Dounia Berrada (Georgia Institute of Technology, US);
        Mario Romero (Georgia Institute of Technology, US);
        Gregory Abowd (Georgia Institute of Technology, US);
        Marion Blount (IBM Research, US);
        John Davis (IBM, US)
    * Health-OS: A Positioning Paper
        Nuria Oliver (Microsoft Research, Redmond, US);
        Darko Kirovski (Microsoft Research, US);
        Desney Tan (Microsoft Research, US);
        Mike Sinclair (Microsoft Research, US)
    * Meditrina: Addressing the System-level Challenges to Ambient
      Assisted Living
        Albert Harris III (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US);
        Rob Kooper (UIUC, US);
        Robin Kravets (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US);
        Gaia Maselli (University of Rome "La Sapienza," IT);
        Chiara Petrioli (University of Rome "La Sapienza," IT)

Session 5: Data and Event Management

    * Universal Real-Time Navigational Assistance (URNA): An Urban
      Bluetooth Beacon for the Blind
        Shawn Bohonos (UCSC, US);
        Alexander Lee (UCSC, US);
        Amir Malik (UCSC, US);
        Chung Thai (UCSC, US);
        Roberto Manduchi (University of California Santa Cruz, US)
    * Algorithm to Automatically Detect Abnormally Long Periods of
      Inactivity in a Home
        Paul Cuddihy (GE Global Research, US);
        Jenny Weisenberg (GE Global Research, US);
        Catherine Graichen (GE Global Research, US);
        Meena Ganesh (General Electric Company, US)
    * A Time-and-Value Centric Provenance Model and Architecture for
      Medical Event Streams
        Archan Misra (IBM TJ Watson Research Center, US);
        John Davis (IBM, US); Marion Blount (IBM Research, US);
        Daby Sow (IBM Watson, US);
        Min Wang (IBM Research, US)

Gaia Maselli, Postdoc
HealthNet 2007 Publicity Chair

Computer Science Dept.
Rome University "La Sapienza"
Via Salaria 113, 00198 Rome

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