29 January - 2 February, 2017 • Burlingame, California USA

Mobile Devices and Multimedia: Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications 2017

Mobile Devices and Multimedia: Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications 2017 Conference Program


Wednesday February 1, 2017

Mobile Sensors, Localization, and Applications

Session Chair: David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)
8:50 – 10:30 AM
Grand Peninsula Ballroom B

8:50MOBMU-292
Introduction to WLAN-fingerprinting based indoor localization, David Akopian, Ali Khalajmehrabadi, and Nikolaos Gatsis, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)

9:10MOBMU-299
Android door and window image based measurements, Khader Mohammad, Birzeit University (Palestine)

9:30MOBMU-293
Usability of smart mobile micro photonic sensor systems for industrial and non-industrial quality assurance, Paul-Gerald Dittrich1,2 and Dietrich Hofmann1; 1Technologie- und Innovationspark Jena GmbH and 2Technische Universität Ilmenau (Germany)

9:50MOBMU-294
Blackmagic production camera raw color investigation by spectral analysis of Macbeth color charts, Eberhard Hasche, Patrick Ingwer, Reiner Creutzburg, Thomas Schrader, Frederick Laube, and Timo Sigwarth, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg - Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

10:10MOBMU-295
Liquid crystal lens characterization for integrated depth sensing and all in focus imaging application, Simon Emberger1, Laurent Alacoque1, Antoine Dupret2, Jean Louis de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye3, Capucine Lecat-Mathieu de Boissac1, and Nicolas Fraval4; 1LETI, CEA, 2LIST-Léti, CEA, 3Telecom Bretagne, and 4Evosens (France)


10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Industry Exhibition

10:30 – 11:00 AM Coffee Break

Emerging Applications and Methods

Session Chair: Reiner Creutzburg, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
11:00 AM – 12:40 PM
Grand Peninsula Ballroom B

11:00MOBMU-296
High quality virtual lighting using image-based-lighting and projection onto meshes generated from Lidar and SfM Point Clouds, Eberhard Hasche, Patrick Ingwer, Fabian Gassen, and Reiner Creutzburg, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

11:20MOBMU-297
A billion words to remember, George Nagy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (United States)

11:40MOBMU-298
Demographic prediction based on mobile user data, Lyubov Podoynitsina, Alexander Romanenko, and Konstantin Kryzhanovskiy, Samsung R&D Institute (Russian Federation)

12:00MOBMU-300
Optimizing video transmission for mobile devices, Chulhee Lee1, Sangwook Baek2, Guiwon Seo2, Kyung-Won Kang2, and Jaein Ryu1; 1Yonsei University and 2Yonsei University (Republic of Korea)

12:20MOBMU-308
Comparative visualization of the geometry of a hollow box girder using 3D-LiDAR – Part 2: Reconstruction of a 3D geometric model, Stefan Maack1, Jenny Knackmuss2, and Reiner Creutzburg2; 1Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung and 2Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)


12:40 – 2:00 PM Lunch Break

EI 2017 Wednesday Plenary and Symposium Awards

Session Chairs: Joyce E. Farrell, Stanford University, and Nitin Sampat, Rochester Institute of Technology (United States)
2:00 – 3:00 PM
Grand Peninsula Ballroom D

Designing VR video camera systems, Brian Cabral, Facebook, Inc. (United States)

Brian Cabral is Director of Engineering at Facebook, leading the Surround 360 VR camera team, specializing in computational photography, computer vision, and computer graphics. He has published a number of papers in the area of computer graphics and imaging including the pioneering Line Integral Convolution algorithm. Cabral discusses developing Facebook Surround 360, an open, high-quality 3D-360 video capture system. VR video capture systems are composed of multiple optical and digital components - all of which must operate as if they are one seamless optical system. The design of VR video cameras, optical choices, SNR, etc., require a new set of technologies and engineering approaches, with tight coupling to the computational system components.

3:00 – 3:30 PM Coffee Break

Mobile Security, Safety, Privacy, Forensics

Session Chair: David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)
3:30 – 4:50 PM
Grand Peninsula Ballroom B

3:30MOBMU-301
Investigation of three security relevant aspects of Android eHealth Apps - Permissions, storage properties, and data transmission, Jenny Knackmuss1, Eric Clausing2, and Reiner Creutzburg1; 1Technische Hochschule Brandenburg and 2AV-Test GmbH (Germany)

3:50MOBMU-302
Privacy issues in mobile health applications - Assessment of current Android Health Apps, Anett Hoppe1, Jenny Knackmuss2, Maik Morgenstern1, and Reiner Creutzburg2; 1AV-Test GmbH and 2Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

4:10MOBMU-303
A forensic mobile application designed for both steganalysis and steganography in digital images, Enping Li1 and Jun Yu2; 1Bridgewater State University and 2Marvell Semiconductors, Inc. (United States)

4:30MOBMU-304
Pokemon Go - A forensic analysis, Reiner Creutzburg, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)


Mobile Computing and Data Processing

Session Chair: Reiner Creutzburg, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
4:50 – 5:30 PM
Grand Peninsula Ballroom B

4:50MOBMU-305
Computation of equidistant curve for the image with blurred contours, Evgeny Semenishchev and Viacheslav Voronin, Don State Technical University (Russian Federation)

5:10MOBMU-306
Prune the convolutional neural networks with Sparse Shrink, Xin Li and Changsong Liu, Tsinghua University (China)


5:30 – 7:00 PM Meet the Future: A Showcase of Student and Young Professionals Research, Atrium

Mobile Devices and Multimedia: Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications 2017 Interactive Papers Session

5:30 – 7:00 PM
Atrium

The following works will be presented at the EI 2017 Symposium Interactive Papers Session.

MOBMU-307
Automated segmentation of ophthalmological OCT images, Friedrich Müller1 and Reiner Creutzburg2; 1Nürnberger Str. 24a and 2Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

MOBMU-309
Concept for software-based configuration of the organizational and technical security of a company of arbitrary size, Thomas Möller1, Tanja Leschke1, Knut Bellin2, and Reiner Creutzburg2; 1Assecor GmbH and 2Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

MOBMU-310
Facilitated polling approach for SMS and IP messaging applications, Shruti Mahadik, Rodrigo Escobar, Sahak Kaghyan, and David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)

MOBMU-311
A multi-platform characterization of delays inherent in Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) communications, Brian Bendele and David Akopian, University of Texas San Antonio (United States)

MOBMU-312
Semi-automatic generation of multilingual lecture notes - Wikipedia books on different subjects in various languages, Reiner Creutzburg, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

MOBMU-313
The strange world of keyloggers - An overview, Reiner Creutzburg, Technische Hochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

MOBMU-314
The study of algorithms reducing the level of out-of-band radiation and inter carrier interference of the OFDM signal, Valentin Fedosov1, Anna Lomakina1, Andrey Legin1, Danila Kovtun1, and Viacheslav Voronin2; 1South Federal University and 2Don State Technical University (Russian Federation)

MOBMU-315
Two-tier state-machine programming for messaging applications, Jafet Morales, Rodrigo Escobar, Sahak Kaghyan, Girish Vaidyanathan Natarajan, and David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States)


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Important Dates
Demonstration Applications Dec 15, 2016
Manuscripts Due (check the conference page)
· Pre conference proceedings Nov 28, 2016 
· Post conference proceedings Jan 11, 2017
Registration Opens
Oct 20,2016
Hotel Reservation Deadline
Jan 6, 2017 
Early Registration Ends
Jan 9, 2017
Conference Starts Jan 29, 2017
2016 Proceedings
Conference Chairs
David Akopian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States); Reiner Creutzburg, Fachhochschule Brandenburg (Germany)

Program Committee
John Adcock, FX Palo Alto Laboratory Inc. (United States); Sos Agaian, The University of Texas at San Antonio (United States); Faouzi Alaya Cheikh, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway); Noboru Babaguchi, Osaka University (Japan); Nina Bhatti, HP Inc.  (United States); C.L. Philip Chen, University of Macau (Macao); Chang Wen Chen, The State University of New York at Buffalo (United States); David Cook, Consultant (Namibia); Matthew Cooper, FX Palo Alto Laboratory (United States); Kenneth Crisler, Motorola, Inc. (United States); Francesco De Natale, University degli Studi di Trento (Italy); Alberto Del Bimbo, University degli Studi di Firenze (Italy); Stefan Edlich, Technische Fachhochschule Berlin (Germany); Atanas Gotchev, Tampere University of Technology (Finland); Alan Hanjalic, Technische University Delft (the Netherlands); Alexander Hauptmann, Carnegie Mellon University (United States); Winston Hsu, National Taiwan University (Taiwan); Gang Hua, Stevens Institute of Technology (United States); Catalin Lacatus, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (United States); Xin Li, West Virginia University (United States); Qian Lin, HP Inc. (United States); Gabriel Marcu, Apple Inc. (United States); Vasileios Mezaris, Informatics and Telematics Institute (Greece); Chong-Wah Ngo, City University of Hong Kong (China); Sethuraman Panchanathan, Arizona State University (United States); Kari Pulli, Intel Corporation (United States); Yong Rui, Microsoft Corporation (China); Olli Silvén, University of Oulu (Finland); John Smith, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center (United States); Hari Sundaram, Arizona State University (United States); Jarmo Takala, Tampere University of Technology (Finland); Marius Tico, Apple, Inc. (United States); Meng Wang, National University of Singapore (Singapore); Rong Yan, Facebook Inc. (United States); Jun Yang, Facebook Inc. (United States)