Best Papers from prior SenseApp Workshops

2017

Winner

Liam Walmsley-Eyre and Rachel M Cardell-Oliver

Hierarchical Classification of Low Resolution Thermal Images for Occupancy Estimation

Runner-up

Ulf Kulau, Daniel Bräckelmann, Felix Büsching, Sebastian Schildt, Lars C Wolf

REAPer - Adaptive Micro-Source Energy-Harvester for Wireless Sensor Nodes

2015

Winner

Roman Lim, Balz Maag, Benjamin Dissler, Jan Beutel, and Lothar Thiele

A Testbed for Fine-Grained Tracing of Time Sensitive Behavior in Wireless Sensor Networks

Runner-up

Felix Jonathan Oppermann, Carlo Alberto Boano, Marco Zuniga, and Kay Römer

Automatic Protocol Configuration for Dependable Internet of Things Applications

Alex King, James Brown, John Vidler, and Utz Roedig

Estimating Node Lifetime in Interference Environments

2014

Winner

Riccardo Dall’Ora, Usman Raza, Davide Brunelli, and Gian Pietro Picco

SensEH: From Simulation to Deployment of Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Network

Runner-up

Matthieu Lauzier, Antoine Fraboulet, Jean-Marie Gorce, Tanguy Risset

Distributed Mobile Group Detection Algorithms: Application to Cycling Race

James Brown, Utz Roedig, Carlo Alberto Boano, and Kay Römer

Estimating Packet Reception Rate in Noisy Environments

Felix Jonathan Oppermann, Kay Römer, Luca Mottola, Gian Pietro Picco, and Andrea Gaglione

Design and Compilation of an Object-Oriented Macroprogramming Language for Wireless Sensor Networks

2013

Winner

James Pope and Robert Simon

CREST: An Epoch-Oriented Routing Control Plane for Low-Power and Lossy Networks

Runner-up

Vijay Sivaraman, James Carrapetta, Ke Hu, and Blanca Gallego Luxan

HazeWatch: A Participatory Sensor System for Monitoring Air Pollution in Sydney

2012

Winner

Ossi Kaltiokallio, Maurizio Bocca, and Neal Patwari

Follow @grandma: Long-Term Device-Free Localization for Residential Monitoring

Runner-up

Csaba Kiraly and Gian Pietro Picco

Where's the Mote? Ask the MoteHunter!

Delphine Christin, Carsten Büttner, and Nicolas Repp

Exploring and Documenting the Environment as a Treasure Hunt