Fifth International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems
June 17 - 19, 2008 // Kanazawa, Japan

Technical Sponsors:
The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
Internet Research Center, JAIST

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INSS 2008 was held on June 17 through 19, 2008 in Kanazawa, Japan. Over 150 participants gathered for the meeting this year.

All oral papers presented at INSS 2008 will be made available from IEEE Xplore soon.

INSS 2009 will be held from June 17-19 , 2009 in Pittsburgh at Carnegie Mellon University. If you wish to receive future information please send an email request to: inss2008@conferences.jp. We'll keep you updated.
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News

06/07/2008 On-line pre-registration is now closed. If you have missed the deadline, please register on-site. For more information 04/09/2008 Program Uploaded
03/30/2008 Demo/Poster deadline extended
02/26/2008 CALL FOR WORKSHOP PAPERS
02/26/2008 IMPORTANT FOR AUTHORS!!! INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING INSS2008 MANUSCRIPT/MANUSCRIPT TEMPLATE
02/07/2008 Notification deadline was delayed to Feb. 12
02/07/2008 Conference Registration and Hotel Reservation opened
01/28/2008 Call For Demo/Posters
01/08/2008 Industry track paper submissoin deadline extended to 1/17
11/27/2007 Paper submission deadline extended to 14. Dec, 2007.
10/30/2007 Submit a paper
08/01/2007 INSS2008 WebSite opened.
08/16/2007 Calls at a glance

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Kanazawa, Japan

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Keynote Speech

Title:
Sensor Andrew: Ubiquitous Wide Campus Sensing Exploitation [Abstract]

Speaker:
Professor José M. F. Moura, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Carnegie Mellon University

Tutorial

Prof. Dr. Hideyuki Tokuda Title:
Building A Smart Space with Networked Sensing Systems

Speaker:
Professor Hideyuki Tokuda, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University, Japan

Panel

Feng Zhao, Microsoft Research Title:
Sensor Network: Moving from Labs to Real-World Applications

Moderator:
Dr. Feng Zhao, Microsoft Research, USA

Invited Talk

Prof. Dr. Hartmurt Hillmer Title:
Sun glasses for buildings based on micromirror arrays: technology, control by networked sensors and scaling potential

Speaker:
Professor Hartmut Hillmer, Universitšt Kassel, Germany
Prof. Kazusuke Maenaka Title:
MEMS Inertial Sensors and Their Applications

Speaker:
Professor Kazusuke Maenaka, University of Hyogo, Japan

Mike Hazas Title:
Realising High-Rate Sensing in Wireless Embedded Systems

Speaker:
Dr. Mike Hazas, Lancaster University, UK
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INSS 2008 is the fifth annual conference in the series, and features a highly selective technical program. We invite outstanding research papers for the regular paper track from the field of sensor technology, wireless networking, or application of networked sensor systems. The conference especially encourages submissions that investigate research issues shared between all three areas.
INSS 2008 invites the submission of both regular, short, and industry papers. Regular papers must be no more than 4 to 8 two-column pages long and include an abstract of 100-150 words. Short and industry papers must be no more than 4 two-column pages long and include an abstract of 100-150 words. Short papers are suitable for interactive discussions; the presenters of accepted short papers are given short oral presentation times and poster space for discussions. Industry papers are suitable for industry researchers to present not only technical, but also practical issues surrounding production, deployment, and commercialization of networked sensing technology. Accepted industry papers will be presented in the main conference industry track session, and will be given full oral presentation times. All accepted papers will be published from the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE), and also from IEEE Explore. All papers should be formatted according to the "IEEE transactions" format - see the conference Web site for details.
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Important Date for Industrial Track

Paper Submissions Due: January 17, 2008
Notification of Acceptance: February 6, 2008 (same to regular track)
Camera-Ready Papers: March 7, 2008 (same to regular track)
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