Our in-class workshop will feature student presentations of selected papers from the reading list.
Each student will give a 15’ presentation of her/his selected paper followed by a 20’ Q&A session.
For each presented paper, each non-presenting student will prepare one question in written form, and will write down the answer given by the presenter. All the write-ups will be collected by the instructor.
Session 1: Applications
A Macroscope in the Redwoods (Maria)
Monitoring Volcanic Eruptions with a Wireless Sensor Network (Ke)
Session 2: Low-Power Wireless Links
An Analysis of Unreliability and Asymmetry in Low-Power Wireless Links (Nima)
Session 3: Medium Access Control
An Energy-Efficient MAC protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks (Min)
Versatile Low Power Media Access for Wireless Sensor Networks (Laurent)
Session 4: Routing
Taming the Underlying Challenges of Reliable Multihop Routing in Sensor Networks (Massimiliano)
Collection Tree Protocol (Ekhiotz)
Reliable Data Delivery in Large-Scale Low-Power Sensor Networks (Bogdan)