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2014
The 20th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems
Hsinchu, Taiwan
Table of Contents
Scientific Program
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Program at-a-glance
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Keynote Speech
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Daily Program
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Tuesday, December 16
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Wednesdays, December 17
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Thursday, December 18
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Friday, December 19
General
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Conference Information
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Social Programs
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Welcome Reception
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Conference Banquet
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Educational Site Visit
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Post-Conference Tour
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Venue Map
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Floor Plan
2014
The 20th IEEE International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems
Hsinchu, Taiwan
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Program at-a-glance
DATE
TIME
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Tue., Dec. 16
Wed., Dec. 17
Registration Hours
08:30-17:00
Opening Ceremony
09:00-09:10
Registration Hours
08:30-17:00
Keynote 1
IoT and Interactive Design
Prof. Jason, Yi-Bing Lin
09:10-10:10
Coffee Break
10:10-10:30
30
Session 1A
Best Paper Award Presentation
10:30-12:10
Lunch
12:10-13:20
Lunch
12:00-13:20
50
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10
20
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Coffee Break
10:00-10:20
Session 4A Session 4B Session 4C
Session 4W
Mobile
Cloud
Multicore
Workshop Computing Computing Computing
UCCF I
III
III
III
10:20-12:00
10:20-12:00 10:20-12:00 10:20-12:00
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Keynote 2
TSUBAME3.0 towards 4.0 and Toward Convergence of
Extreme Computing and Big Data
Prof. Satoshi Matsuoka
09:00-10:00
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20
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Session 5B
Session 2B
Session 5A
Session 5C
Cloud
Session 2A
Session 2C Session 2W
Session 5W
Cloud
Mobile
Computing Multicore Workshop Mobile
Computing I Multicore Workshop - Computing
Computing
IV
Computing I 13:20-14:35 Computing I
ADST I
UCCF II
IV
IV
13:20-14:35
13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00 13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00
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Coffee Break
15:00-15:20
Coffee Break
15:00-15:20
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Session 3A
Session 6B
Session 3B Session 3C Session 3W Session 6A
Session 6C
Mobile
Parallel/
Cloud
Multicore Workshop Mobile
Multicore
Computing II
Distributed
ADST II
Computing V
Computing V
15:20-16:35 Computing II Computing II
Algorithms I
15:20-17:00 15:20-17:00 15:20-17:00 15:20-17:00
15:20-17:00
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Welcome Reception
17:30-20:30
Session 6W
Workshop UCCF/SRMC
(III)
15:20-17:00
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Thu., Dec. 18
Fri., Dec. 19
Registration Hours
08:30-17:00
Registration Hours
08:30-10:00
Keynote 3
Personalized Smart Health and Big Data Cyber
Infrastructure
Prof. John Yen
09:00-10:00
Session 10W
IoTT 2014 Keynote Speech
09:00-10:00
Coffee Break
10:00-10:20
Coffee Break
10:00-10:20
Session 7A
Mobile
Computing
VI
10:20-12:00
Sat., Dec. 20
Session 7B
Session 7W Session 11W Session 12W Session 13W
Parallel/
Session 7C
Workshop - Workshop - Workshop - Workshop Distributed Big Data I
IoTT I
PDGRS
CMCS
ESCAPE
Algorithms II 10:20-12:00
10:20-12:00 10:20-12:00 10:20-12:00 10:20-12:00
10:20-12:00
Post Conference Tour
Lunch
12:00-13:20
Session 8B
Session 8A
Session 8C Session 8W
Parallel/
Mobile
Distributed Big Data II Workshop Computing
Algorithms 13:20-14:35
IoTT II
VII
III
13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00
13:20-15:00
Coffee Break
15:00-15:20
Half-day Tour
(08:30-12:30)
Full-day Tour
(08:30-17:30)
Educational Site Visit
(Lunch box included)
12:00-17:30
Session 9B
Session 9A
Parallel/
Session 9C Session 9W
Peer-to-Peer Distributed Peer-to-Peer Workshop Computing I Algorithms Computing II
IoTT III
15:20-17:00
IV
15:20-17:00 15:20-17:00
15:20-17:00
Transportation
17:30-18:00
Conference Banquet
18:00-20:30
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Keynote Speech
Keynote Session 1: IoT and Interactive Design
Dr. Yi-Bing Lin, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Session Chair: Prof. Jang-Ping Sheu
Abstract
In recent years, many Internet of Things (IoT) have been used in applications such as money flow, logistics
flow, people flow, interactive art design, and so on. To manage these increasing disparate devices and
connectivity options, ETSI has specified end-to-end M2M system architecture for IoT applications. Based on
this architecture we develop an IoT DEvice FEature MAnagement (DEFEMA) system to manage IoT devices.
In our approach, an IoT device is characterized by its “features” (e.g., temperature, vibration, display, etc.)
that are manipulated by the network applications. If a network application handles the individual device
features independently, then we can write a software module for each device feature, and the network
application can be simply constructed by including these brick-like device feature modules. In this talk,
we show that based on the concept of device feature, brick-like software modules can provide simple and
efficient mechanism to develop IoT device applications and interactions.
Biography
Yi-Bing Lin received his Bachelor’s degree from National Cheng Kung
University, Taiwan, in 1983, and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington,
USA, in 1990. From 1990 to 1995 he was a Research Scientist with Bellcore
(Telcordia). He then joined the National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) in
Taiwan, where he remains. In 2010, Lin became a lifetime Chair Professor
of NCTU, and in 2011, the Vice President of NCTU. Since 2014, Lin has been
appointed as the Deputy Minister of Ministry of Science and Technology,
Taiwan.
Lin is also an Adjunct Research Fellow, Institute of Information Science,
Academia Sinica, Research Center for Information Technology Innovation,
Academia Sinica, and a member of board of directors, Chunghwa Telecom. He
serves on the editorial boards of IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology. He is
General or Program Chair for prestigious conferences including ACM MobiCom
2002. He is Guest Editor for several journals including IEEE Transactions on
Computers. Lin is the author of the books Wireless and Mobile Network
Architecture (Wiley, 2001), Wireless and Mobile All-IP Networks (John Wiley,
2005), and Charging for Mobile All-IP Telecommunications (Wiley, 2008).
Lin received numerous research awards including 2005 NSC Distinguished
Researcher, 2006 Academic Award of Ministry of Education and 2008 Award
for Outstanding contributions in Science and Technology, Executive Yuen, 2011
National Chair Award, and TWAS Prize in Engineering Sciences, 2011 (The
World Academy of Sciences). He is in the advisory boards or the review boards
of various government organizations including Ministry of Economic Affairs,
Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
Lin is AAAS Fellow, ACM Fellow, IEEE Fellow, and IET Fellow.
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Keynote Session 2: TSUBAME3.0 towards 4.0 and Toward Convergence of Extreme Computing and Big Data
Dr. Satoshi Matsuoka, Professor of Global Scientific Information and Computing Center, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Japan
Session Chair: Prof. Yeh-Ching Chung
Abstract
Rapid growth in the use cases and demands for extreme computing and huge data processing is leading
to convergence of the two infrastructures. Tokyo Tech.’s TSUBAME3.0, a 2016 successor to the highly
successful TSUBAME2/2.5, will aim to deploy a series of innovative technologies, including ultra-efficient
liquid cooling and power control, petabytes of non-volatile memory, as well as low cost Petabit-class
interconnect. To address the challenges of such technology adoption, proper system architecture, software
stack, and algorithm must be designed and developed; these are being addressed by several of our
ongoing research projects as well as prototypes, such as the TSUBAME-KFC prototype which became #1
in the world in power efficiency on the Green500 twice in a row, the Billion-way Resiliency project that
is investigating effective methods for future resilient supercomputers, as well as the Extreme Big Data
(EBD) project which is looking at co-design development of convergent system stack given future data and
computing workloads. These will lead to further innovations in the 2020s era TSUBAME4.0, which will have
even more aggressive technologies to make datacenters of today be completely obsolete.
Biography
Satoshi Matsuoka has been a Full Professor at the Global Scientific Information
and Computing Center (GSIC), a Japanese national supercomputing center
hosted by the Tokyo Institute of Technology, since 2001. He received his Ph. D.
from the University of Tokyo in 1993. He is the leader of the TSUBAME series
of supercomputers, including TSUBAME2.0 which was the first supercomputer
in Japan to exceed Petaflop performance and became the 4th fastest in
the world on the Top500 in Nov. 2010, as well as the recent TSUBAME-KFC
becoming #1 in the world for power efficiency for both the Green 500 and
Green Graph 500 lists in Nov. 2013. He is also currently leading several major
supercomputing research projects, such as the MEXT Green Supercomputing,
JSPS Billion-Scale Supercomputer Resilience, as well as the JST-CREST Extreme
Big Data. He has written over 500 articles according to Google Scholar, and
chaired numerous ACM/IEEE conferences, most recently the overall Technical
Program Chair at the ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference (SC13) in 2013.
He is a fellow of the ACM and European ISC, and has won many awards,
including the JSPS Prize from the Japan Society for Promotion of Science in
2006, awarded by his Highness Prince Akishino, the ACM Gordon Bell Prize
in 2011, the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of
Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2012, and recently the
2014 IEEE-CS Sidney Fernbach Memorial Award, the highest prestige in the
field of HPC.
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Keynote Session 3: Personalized Smart Health and Big Data Cyber Infrastructure
Dr. John Yen, University Professor and Director of Strategic Research Initiatives, College of Information
Sciences and Technology (IST), Pennsylvania State University, USA
Session Chair: Prof. Yanmin Zhu
Abstract
The explosion of online social interactions through social media and the rapidly increasing availability
and adoption of self-monitoring wearable devices have provided the perfect opportunity to harvest them
for developing, studying, and disseminating a wide range of personalized smart health applications and
services. What are the implications of these emerging systems for needed cyber infrastructure? How well
the recent developments of big data cyber infrastructures address these needs? Drawing from insights
obtained through related existing and ongoing research projects regarding social media mining, predictive
modeling, and big data, I will discuss and address these questions with the goal to foster a conversation
regarding the needs of cyber infrastructure of emerging large-scale personalized smart health systems.
Biography
John Yen is University Professor and Director of Strategic Research Initiatives
at College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) at the Pennsylvania
State University. He received his PhD in Computer Science from University of
California, Berkeley (1986), M.S. in Computer Science from University of Santa
Clara (1982), and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University
(1980). From 1986 to 1989, he conducted artificial intelligence research at
University of Southern California/Information Sciences Institute. He was on the
faculty of Computer Science Department and the founding director of Center
for Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Systems Research at Texas A&M University from
1989 to 2001. In 2001, he joined the young college (IST) at Penn State, which
was created for fostering interdisciplinary research and education for the
new information age. Since then, he has served as Professor-in-Charge and
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs of the college. Through
partnership with American Cancer Society and Penn State Hershey Cancer
Institute, he co-founded the Cancer Informatics Initiative for conducting
research to harvest social media for personalized smart health systems. He
received the NSF Young Investigator Award in 1992 and IBM Faculty Award in
2012. He is a senior member of AAAI and a Fellow of IEEE.
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Daily Programs
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Opening Ceremony
Time: 09:00-09:10
Room: International Conference Hall, 1F, MXIC Building
Keynote 1
Time: 09:10-10:10
Room: International Conference Hall, 1F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jang-Ping Sheu
KS-1
IoT and Interactive Design
Yi-Bing Lin
Session 1A: Best Paper Award Presentation
Time: 10:30-12:10
Room: International Conference Hall,1F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Chung-Ta King
1A-1
PADS: Passive Detection of Moving Targets with Dynamic Speed using PHY Layer Information
Kun Qian, Chenshu Wu, Zheng Yang, Yunhao Liu and Zimu Zhou
1A-2
A Distributed Approach for Top-k Star Queries on Massive Information Networks
Jiahui Jin, Samamon Khemmarat, Lixin Gao and Junzhou Luo
1A-3
Hierarchical Prediction based Task Scheduling in Hybrid Data Center
Haiou Jiang, Haihong E and Meina Song
1A-4
Optimization of Serial and Parallel Communications for Parallel Geometric Multigrid Method
Kengo Nakajima
Session 2A: Moible Computing I
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Haiming Chen
2A-1
Topology Shaping for Time Synchronization in Wireless Sensor Networks
Xiaoxu Li, Qiang Ma, Wei Sun, Kebin Liu and Yunhao Liu
2A-2
Interference-aware Channel Allocation Algorithm with Game Theoretic Approach for Cognitive
Radio Networks
Jang-Ping Sheu, Zong-Xiang Wu, Chuang Ma and Ramananda Bhat Jagadeesha
2A-3
F-Loc: Floor Localization via Crowdsourcing
Ye Haibo and Tao Gu
2A-4
Energy-Efficient Mobile Data Collection in Energy-Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks
Cong Wang, Songtao Guo and Yuanyuan Yang
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Session 2B: Cloud Computing I
Time: 13:20-14:35
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Ms. Haiou Jiang
2B-1
fAHRW+: Fairness-Aware and Locality-Enhanced Scheduling for Multi-Server Systems
Qin Liu and Laxmi Bhuyan
2B-2
Don't Be Fat: Towards Efficient Online Flow Scheduling in Data Center Networks
Hao Wu, Zhuzhong Qian, Xin Li and Sanglu Lu
2B-3
ESDMT: Efficient and Scalable Deterministic Multithreading Through Memory Isolation
Xiaofei Liao, Jie Sun, Long Zheng and Hai Jin
Session 2C: Multicore Computing I
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. King Tin Lam
2C-1
Traffic-aware Frequency Scaling for Balanced On-Chip Networks on GPGPUs
Chiao-Yun Tu, Yuan-Ying Chang, Chung-Ta King, Chien-Ting Chen and Tai-Yuan Wang
2C-2
An improved simulated annealing heuristic for static partitioning of task graphs onto
heterogeneous architectures
Aravind Vasudevan, David Gregg and Avinash Malik
2C-3
Scaling and Analyzing the Stencil Performance on Multi-Core and Many-Core Architectures
Lin Gan, Haohuan Fu, Wei Xue, Yangtong Xu, Chao Yang, Xinliang Wang, Guangwen Yang and
Weimin Zheng
2C-4
Directory Lookaside Table: Enabling Scalable, Low-Conflict, Many-Core Cache Coherence
Directory
Xudong Shi, Feiqi Su and Jih-Kwon Peir
Session 2W: Workshop - ADST I
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Ming-Fong Tsai
2W-1
An Efficient Detection Scheme for Urban Traffic Condition Using Volunteer Probes
Yuwei Xu, Ying Wu, Jingdong Xu, Tingting Liu, Jian Wang and Anhua Lin
2W-2
An Access Point to Device Association Technique for Optimized Data Transfer in Mobile Grids
Ansuman Banerjee, Himadri Sekhar Paul, Arijit Mukherjee, Pubali Datta and Sajal Kumar Das
2W-3
Enhanced HIP-Based Micro-Mobility and Macro-Mobility Management by Proactive Signaling
Scheme
Ousmane Sadio, Ngom Ibrahima, Hamadou Saliah-Hassane and Claude Lishou
2W-4
Extending Access Point Service Coverage Area through Opportunistic Forwarding in Multi-Hop
Collaborative Relay WLANs
Xing Tang, Haijian Zhang, Kunxiao Zhou and Jing Wang
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Session 3A: Mobile Computing II
Time: 15:20-16:35
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Zheng Yang
3A-1
dIRIEr: Distributed Influence Maximization In Social Network
Zhou Zong, Bo Li and Chunming Hu
3A-2
EasiMG: A Method of Maximizing Lifetime for Group Request in Web-based Sensor Network
Chenda Hou, Dong Li and Li Cui
3A-3
Intactness Verification in Anonymous RFID Systems
Kai Bu, Jia Liu, Bin Xiao, Xuan Liu and Shigeng Zhang
Session 3B: Cloud Computing II
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Feng Hong
3B-1
Leverage Similarity and Locality to Enhance Fingerprint Prefetching of Data Deduplication
Yongtao Zhou and Yuhui Deng
3B-2
Providing Hybrid Block Storage for Virtual Machines using Object-based Storage
Sixiang Ma, Haopeng Chen, Yuxi Shen, Heng Lu, Bin Wei and Pujiang He
3B-3
Reducing Lock Contention on Multi-core Platforms
Xiaofei Liao, Haimiao Ding, Hai Jin and Xinqiao Lv
3B-4
NICE: Network-Aware VM Consolidation Scheme for Energy Conservation in Data Centers
Bo Cao, Xiaofeng Gao, Guihai Chen and Yaohui Jin
Session 3C: Multicore Computing II
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Michela Taufer
3C-1
GRapid: a Compilation and Runtime Framework for Rapid Prototyping of Graph Applications
on Many-core Processors
Da Li, Srimat Chakradhar and Michela Becchi
3C-2
Rhymes: A Shared Virtual Memory System for Non-Coherent Tiled Many-Core Architectures
King Tin Lam, Dominic Hung and C.L. Wang
3C-3
Heterogeneous CPU-GPU Computing for the Finite Volume Method on 3D Unstructured
Meshes
Johannes Langguth and Xing Cai
3C-4
Peak Power Management for Scheduling Real-time Tasks on Heterogeneous Many-Core
Systems
Waqaas Munawar, Heba Khdr, Santiago Pagani, Muhammad Shafique, Jian-Jia Chen and Jörg
Henkel
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Session 3W: Workshop – ASDT II
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Chih-Lin Hu
3W-1
Improving Smart Grid Security Using Merkle Trees
Melesio Munoz, Melody Moh and Teng-Sheng Moh
3W-2
Smart MapReduce Cloud: Applying Extra Processing to Intermediate Data on Demand
Tzu-Chi Huang, Kuo-Chih Chu and Ming-Fong Tsai
3W-3
RWFS: Design and Implementation of File System Executing Access Control Based on User’s Location
Yuki Yagi, Naofumi Kitsunezaki, Hiroki Saito and Yoshito Tobe
3W-4
A Victim and Rescuer Communication Model in Collapsed Buildings/Structures
Tanapat Anusas-Amornku
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Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Keynote 2
Time: 09:00-10:00
Room: International Conference Hall, 1F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Yeh-Ching Chung
TSUBAME3.0 towards 4.0 and Toward Convergence of Extreme Computing and Big Data
Satoshi Matsuoka
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
KS-2
Session 4A: Mobile Computing III
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Haiming Chen
4A-1
ADAS: Adjust Directional Antenna with Sensor Hints
Xiaonan Guo, Kaishun Wu and Qian Zhang
4A-2
Time Synchronization for Underwater Sensor Networks Based on Multi-Source Beacon Fusion
Feng Hong, Bozhen Yang, Yuliang Zhang, Ming Xu, Yuan Feng and Zhongwen Guo
4A-3
Virtual Keyboard for Head Mounted Display-based Wearable Devices
Ming-Wei Chang, Tzi-Cker Chiueh and Chia-Ming Chang
4A-4
LDSN: Localization Scheme for Double-head Maritime Sensor Networks
Hanjiang Luo, Kaishun Wu, Jiang Xiao and Zhongwen Guo
Session 4B: Cloud Computing III
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jerry Chou
4B-1
Improving Utilization through Dynamic Resource Allocation in Hybrid Cloud Environment
Yuda Wang, Renyu Yang, Tianyu Wo, Wenbo Jiang and Chunming Hu
4B-2
FENet: An SDN-Based Scheme for Virtual Network Management
Kun Liu, Tianyu Wo, Lei Cui, Bin Shi and Jie Xu
4B-3
Be a Good Neighbour: Characterizing Performance Interference of Virtual Machines Under Xen
Virtualization Environments
Ruiqing Chi, Zhuzhong Qian and Sanglu Lu
4B-4
Accelerating the Iterative Linear Solver for Reservoir Simulation on Multicore Architectures
Wei Wu, Xiang Li, Lei He and Dongxiao Zhang
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Session 4C: Multicore Computing III
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Mr. Da Li
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
4C-1
A Hybrid On-Chip Network with a Low Buffer Requirement
Jen-Yu Wang and Yarsun Hsu
4C-2
Cache-aware Sparse Matrix Formats for Kepler GPU
Yusuke Nagasaka, Akira Nukada and Satoshi Matsuoka
4C-3
ACDT: Architected Composite Data Types Trading-in Unfettered Data Access for Improved
Execution
Andres Marquez, Joseph Manzano, Shuaiwen Song, Sunil Shrestha, Tom St. John and Guang R.
Gao
4C-4
Combine Thread with Memory Scheduling for Maximizing Performance in Multicore Systems
Gangyong Jia, Xi Li and Dong Dai
Session 4W: Workshop – UCCF I
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Ms. Naghmeh Ivaki
4W-1
On Message Reachability of Gossip Algorithms in Degree-Biased Peer-to-Peer Networks
Daisuke Yamamasu and Naohiro Hayashibara
4W-2
P2P Overlay for CDN-P2P Being Aware of the Upload Capacity of Participants
Shotaro Okada and Satoshi Fujita
4W-3
Energy-Aware Multipath Routing for Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks
Yingyuan Xiao, Xinrong Zhao, Hongya Wang and Ching-Hsien Hsu
4W-4
Fault-Tolerant Bi-Directional Communications in Web-Based Applications
Naghmeh Ivaki, Filipe Araujo
Session 5A: Mobile Computing IV
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jyh-Cheng Chen
5A-1
Sensor-free Corner Shape Detection by Wireless Networks
Yuxi Wang, Zimu Zhou and Kaishun Wu
5A-2
Hand-to-Hand Instant Message Communication: Revisiting Morse Code
Niwat Thepvilojanapong, Hiroki Saito, Keisuke Murase, Tsubasa Ito, Ryo Kanaoka, Teemu
Leppanen, Jukka Riekki and Yoshito Tobe
5A-3
Towards Social Botnet Behavior Detecting in the End Host
Yuede Ji, Yukun He, Xinyang Jiang and Qiang Li
5A-4
EasiCAE: A Runtime Framework for Efficient Sensor Sharing among Concurrent IoT Applications
Hailong Shi, Dong Li, Haiming Chen, Jiefan Qiu and Li Cui
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Session 5B: Mobile Computing IV
Time: 13:20-14:35
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Xinghui Zhao
SLA-based Energy Aware Scheduling of Precedence-constrained Applications on DVFS-enabled
Clusters
Xuedi Chen, Kenli Li, Chubo Liu and Keqin Li
5B-2
Extending ABFT to Tolerate Soft Errors Online in Iterative Methods
Longxiang Chen, Dingwen Tao and Zizhong Chen
5B-3
MRTune: A Simulator for Performance Tuning of MapReduce Jobs with Skewed Data
Zhou Xibo, Wuman Luo and Tan Haoyu
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
5B-1
Session 5C: Multicore Computing IV
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Tianyu Wo
5C-1
TSUBAME-KFC: a Modern Liquid Submersion Cooling Prototype towards Exascale Becoming the
Greenest Supercomputer in the World
Toshio Endo, Akira Nukada and Satoshi Matsuoka
5C-2
Building Large-scale Direct Network with Low-radix Routers
Yong Su, Zheng Cao, Zhiguo Fan, Wang Zhan, Xiaoli Liu, Xiaobing Liu, Xuejun An and Ninghui Sun
5C-3
HFA: A Hint Frequency-based Approach to Enhance the I/O Performance of Multi-level Cache
Storage Systems
Xiaodong Meng, Chentao Wu, Minyi Guo, Jie Li, Xiaoyao Liang, Long Zheng and Bin Yao
5C-4
Where Should The Threads Go? Leveraging Hierarchical Data Locality to Solve the Thread
Affinity Dilemma
Ahmad Anbar, Abdel-Hameed Badawy, Olivier Serres and Tarek El-Ghazawi
Session 5W: Workshop – UCCF II
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Ching-Hsien Hsu
5W-1
Routing Table Status Influence of Monitoring Kad
Qiang Li, Jie Yu and Zhoujun Li
5W-2
DASH: A Duplication-aware Flash Cache Architecture in Virtualization Environment
Xian Chen, Wenzhi Chen, Shuiqiao Yang, Zhongyong Lu and Zonghui Wang
5W-3
Construct a simply and quickly platform to solving linear systems
Chih-Wei Hsieh, Yu-Fen Cheng and Chau-Yi Chou
5W-4
User Behavior Prediction: A Combined Model of Topic Level Influence and Contagion
Interaction
Peng Wang and Qianni Deng
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Session 6A: Mobile Computing V
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Dong Li
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
6A-1
Enhancing Application Performance through OpenFlow Enabled Multi-homed Devices
Tamba Bully, Tseng Kuo Chun and Chien Chen
6A-2
Wireless Transmission Modeling for Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks
Sabih Ur Rehman, Muhammad Arif Khan and Tanveer Zia
6A-3
Channel Holding Time of Packet Sessions in All-IP Cellular Networks
Jeng-Feng Weng, Bying-He Ku, Jyh-Cheng Chen and Wen-Tsuen Chen
6A-4
Design and Analysis of Software Defined Vehicular Cyber Physical Systems
Chao Peng, Pengfei Duan, Qin Zhu, Jingmin Shi and Haibin Cai
Session 6B: Parallel/Distributed Algorithms I
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Johannes Langguth
6B-1
Performance Analysis of HPC Applications with Irregular Tree Data Structures
Ahmed Khawaja, Jiajun Wang, Dhairya Malhotra, Andreas Gerstlauer, George Biros and Lizy John
6B-2
Parallel Exact Spliced Alignment on GPU
Anisio Nolasco and Nahri Moreano
6B-3
A Distributed Real-Time Operating System Built with Aspect-Oriented Programming for
Distributed Embedded Control Systems
Nobuhiro Saito, Myungryun Yoo and Takanori Yokoyama
6B-4
Physically Based Parallel Ray Tracer for the Metropolis Light Transport Algorithm on the
Tianhe-2 Supercomputer
Changmao Wu, Yunquan Zhang, Congli Yang and Yutong Lu
Session 6C: Multicore Computing V
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Yarsun Hsu
6C-1
An Efficient Implementation of PBKDF2 with RIPEMD-160 on Multiple FPGAs
Ayman Abbas, Rian VoГџ, Lars Wienbrandt and Manfred Schimmler
6C-2
Layout-aware Expandable Low-degree Topology
Nguyen T. Truong, Van K. Nguyen, Nhat T. X. Le, Ikki Fujiwara, Fabien Chaix and Michihiro
Koibuchi
6C-3
Achieving Cost Effective Cloud Video Services via Fine Grained Multicore Scheduling
Hao-Che Kao, Hao-Ping Kang, Che-Rung Lee, Kun-Hsien Lu and Shu-Hsin Chang
6C-4
pbitMCE: A bit-based approach for Maximal Clique Enumeration on Multicore Processors
Naga Shailaja Dasari, Desh Ranjan and Mohammad Zubair
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Session 6W: Workshop - UCCF/SRMC (III)
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Sarmistha Neogy
DLBS: Decentralized Load Balancing Scheme for Event-driven Cloud Frameworks
Changlong Li, Xuehai Zhou and Mingming Sun
6W-2
Model to Estimate the Size of a Hadoop Cluster - HCEm
Jose Brito and Aleteia Araujo
6W-3
Streaming in NoSQL
Chia-Ping Tsai and Hung-Chang Hsiao
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
6W-1
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Thursday, December 18, 2014
Keynote 3
Time: 09:00-10:00
Room: International Conference Hall, 1F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Yanmin Zhu
KS-3
Personalized Smart Health and Big Data Cyber Infrastructure
John Yen
Session 7A: Mobile Computing VI
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Yanmin Zhu
Thursday, December 18, 2014
7A-1
Lightweight Online Power Monitoring and Control for Mobile Applications
Bo Wang, Xinghui Zhao and David Chiu
7A-2
A fine-grained Indoor Localization using Multidimensional WiFi Fingerprinting
Deng Chen, Li Du, Zhiping Jiang, Wei Xi, Jinsong Han, Zhi Wang, Rui Li, Kun Zhao and Jizhong
Zhao
7A-3
BusCast: Flexible and Privacy Preserving Message Delivery Using Urban Buses
Shan Chang, Hongzi Zhu, Mianxiong Dong, Kaoru Ota, Xiaoqiang Liu and Xuemin Shen
7A-4
A Distributed Spectrum Sharing Algorithm in Cognitive Radio Networks
Wei Sun, Jiadi Yu and Tong Liu
Session 7B: Parallel/Distributed Algorithms II
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Che-Rung Lee
7B-1
Enhancing Scalability in Distributed Storage Systems with Cauchy Reed-Solomon Codes
Si Wu, Yinlong Xu, Yongkun Li and Yunfeng Zhu
7B-2
Optimising Memory Management for Belief Propagation in Junction Trees using GPGPUs
Filippo Bistaffa, Alessandro Farinelli and Nicola Bombieri
7B-3
Toward Multi-target Autotuning for Accelerators
Nicholas Chaimov, Boyana Norris and Allen Malony
7B-4
Accelerating HPCG on Tianhe-2: A Hybrid CPU-MIC Algorithm
Yiqun Liu, Xianyi Zhang, Chao Yang and Fangfang Liu
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Session 7C: Big Data I
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Feiyi Wang
7C-1
Continuous Similarity Join on Data Streams
Cui Jia, Wang Weiping and Meng Dan
7C-2
A Fully Generalized Over Operator with Applications to Image Composition in Parallel
Visualization for Big Data Science
Dongliang Chu, Chase Wu, Zongmin Wang and Yongqiang Wang
7C-3
Using Surrogate-based Modeling to Predict Optimal I/O Parameters of Applications at the
Extreme Scale
Michael Matheny, Stephen Herbein, Norbert Podhorszki, Scott Klasky and Michela Taufer
7C-4
Simplifying Index File Structure to Improve I/O Performance of Parallel Indexing
Hsuan-Te Chiu, Jerry Chou, Venkat Vishwanath, Suren Byna and Kesheng Wu
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Session 7W: Workshop – IoTT I
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Tharek Abd Rahman
7W-1
Performance Study of Virtual Fence Unit Using WSN – IoT Applications
Chan Hui Ting, Tharek Abd Rahman and Arsany Arsad
7W-2
Distributed Sensor device resource-object Connection based on Service Delivery Platform
Changwoo Yoon and Ki Bong Song
7W-3
ArPat: Accurate RFID Reader Positioning with Mere Boundary Tags
Guangliang Liu, Shigeng Zhang, Jianxin Wang and Xuan Liu
7W-4
M2M-Enabled Real-Time Trip Planning System
Eduardo Cerritos and Fuchun Joseph Lin
Session 8A: Mobile Computing VII
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jiadi Yu
8A-1
LEB-MAC : Load and Energy Balancing MAC Protocol for Energy Harvesting Powered Wireless
Sensor Networks
Huey-Ing Liu, Wen-Jing He and Winston Seah
8A-2
Real-time Passive Wormhole Detection for WSNs
Guoxing Luo, Zhigang Han, Li Lu and Muhammad Jawad Hussain
8A-3
Optimal Bandwidth Allocation with Dynamic Multi-Path Routing for Non-Critical Traffic in AFDX
Networks
Augustin Jouy, Jianguo Yao and Guchuan Zhu
8A-4
Nowhere to Hide: An Empirical Study on Hidden UHF RFID Tags
Rui Li, Han Ding, Jinsong Han, Shaoping Li, Xing Wang, Jizhong Zhao and Hui Liu
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Session 8B: Parallel/Distributed Algorithms III
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Shan Chang
8B-1
Optimizing Seam Carving on Multi-GPU Systems for Real-time Image Resizing
Ikjoon Kim, Jidong Zhai, Yan Li and Wenguang Chen
8B-2
A fast integral image generation algorithm on GPUs
Qingqing Dang, Shengen Yan and Ren Wu
8B-3
WorkQ: A Many-Core Producer/Consumer Execution Model Applied to PGAS Computations
David Ozog, Allen Malony, Jeff Hammond and Pavan Balaji
8B-4
Hybrid-view Programming of Nuclear Fusion Simulation Code in PGAS Parallel Programming
Language XcalableMP
Keisuke Tsugane, Hideo Nuga, Taisuke Boku, Hitoshi Murai, Mitsuhisa Sato and William Tang
Session 8C: Big Data II
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Time:13:20-14:35
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Li Lu
8C-1
GPU Acceleration of Finding Frequent Patterns over Large Biological Sequence
Shufang Du, Longjiang Guo, Chunyu Ai, Jinbao Li and Meirui Ren
8C-2
Improving Large-scale Storage System Performance via Topology-aware and Balanced Data
Placement
Feiyi Wang, Sarp Oral, Saurabh Gupta, Devesh Tiwari and Sudharshan Vazhkudai
8C-3
MapReduce based Parallel Suffix Tree Construction for Human Genome
Praveenkumar Kondikoppa, Umesh Chandra, Seung-Jong Park, Manish Patil and Rahul Shah
Session 8W: Workshop – IoTT II
Time: 13:20-15:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Hiesik Kim
8W-1
Development of Energy Efficient ZigBee Module
Odgerel Ayurzana, Byambajav Ragchaa and Hiesik Kim
8W-2
A Quorum-based Channel Hopping Scheme for Jamming Resilience
Jen-Feng Huang, Guey-Yun Chang and Guo-Xun Hung
8W-3
A Improved Realistic Mobility Model and Mechanism for VANET Based on SUMO and NS3 Collaborative Simulations
Yunyun Su, Haibin Cai and Jingmin Shi
8W-4
A Decreasing k-Means Algorithm for the Disk Covering Tour Problem in Wireless Sensor Networks
Jehn-Ruey Jiang, Jia-Jiun Yang and Yung-Liang Lai
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Session 9A: Peer-to-Peer Computing I
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Cheng-Hsin Hsu
9A-1
Performance Evaluation of OpenDaylight SDN Controller
Adnan Iqbal, Zuhran Khan Khattak and Muhammad Awais
9A-2
ConSnap: Taking Continuous Snapshots for Running State Protection of Virtual Machines
Jianxin Li, Jingsheng Zheng and Lei Cui
9A-3
Enhancing Data Recency for Eventually Consistent Data Stores
Yu Tang, Hailong Sun, Xu Wang and Xudong Liu
9A-4
Multiple Features For Image Retrieval In Distributed Datacenter
Di Yang, Jianxin Liao, Qi Qi, Jingyu Wang and Haifeng Sun
Session 9B: Parallel/Distributed Algorithms IV
9B-1
GlobLease: A Globally Consistent and Elastic Storage System using Leases
Ying Liu, Xiaxi Li and Vladimir Vlassov
9B-2
POPS: a popularity-aware live streaming service
Karine Pires, SГ©bastien Monnet and Pierre Sens
9B-3
Fast GPU Parallel N-Body Tree Traversal with Simulated Wide-Warp
Wagner M Nunan Zola, Luis C E Bona and Fabiano Silva
9B-4
Session-Based Fault-Tolerant Design Patterns
Naghmeh Ivaki, Filipe Araujo and Fernando Baroos
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Ms. Naghmeh Ivaki
Session 9C: Peer-to-Peer Computing II
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Dr. Chase Wu
9C-1
Scheduling Time-Sensitive Multi-Tier Services with Probabilistic Performance Guarantee
Shuo Liu, Soamar Homsi, Ming Fan, Shaolei Ren, Gang Quan and Shangping Ren
9C-2
SmartQ: A Question and Answer System for Supplying High-Quality and Trustworthy Answers
Yuhua Lin and Haiying Shen
9C-3
A Privacy-aware Cloud Service Selection Method toward Data Life-cycle
Li Lin, Tingting Liu and Jian Hu
9C-4
P2P email encryption by an identity-based one-way group key agreement protocol
Jyh-Haw Yeh, Fiona Zeng and Thomas Long
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Session 9W: Workshop – IoTT III
Time: 15:20-17:00
Room: Seminar Room 4, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Sang Cheol Han
9W-1
Characteristics and Perspectives of Wearable Smart Devices and Industrial Ecosystem
Sang Cheol Han, Youn-Hee Han and Hui Sik Kim
9W-2
A Wearable Virtual Coach for Marathon Beginners
Jr-Jung Chen, Yi-Fang Chung, Chiu-Ping Chang, Chung-Ta King and Cheng-Hsin Hsu
9W-3
Transmission Characteristics of Hybrid Structure Yarns for e-Textiles
Min Ki Choi and Jooyong Kim
9W-4
An Efficient Query Tree Protocol for RFID Tag Anti-Collision
Ming Kuei Yeh, Yung-Liang Lai and Jehn-Ruey Jiang
Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Friday, December 19, 2014
Session 10W: IoTT 2014 Keynote Speech
Time: 09:00-10:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jehn-Ruey Jiang
WK-1
The Industrial Character and Ecosystem of the Wearable Smart Device
Sang Cheol Han
Session 11W: Workshop – PDGRS
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 1, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Bormin Huan
Incenter-Based Nearest Feature Space Method For Hyperspectral Image Classification Using
GPU
Yang-Lang Chang, Min-Yu Huang, Hsien-Tang Chao, Lena Chang, Jyh-Perng Fang and Tung-Ju
Hsieh
11W-2
Fine-grained Parallel Implementation of Edge-directed Image Interpolation on GPU
Wenze Li, Jiaji Wu and Jiao ShiВ 11W-3
Compression Technique for DubaiSat-2 Images Based on the DCT Blocks
Saeed Al-Mansoori
11W-4
Budgeted Mini-Batch Parallel Gradient Descent for Support Vector Machines on Spark
Hang Tao, Bin Wu and Qiuqin Lin
11W-5
Sensor Deployment by a Robot in an Unknown Orthogonal Region: Achieving Full Coverage
Eduard Mesa-Barrameda, Nicola Santoro, Wei Shi and Najmeh Taleb
Friday, December 19, 2014
11W-1
Session 12W: Workshop – CMCS
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 2, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Jerry Chou
12W-1
The Design of LLVM-based Shader Compiler for Embedded Architecture
Li-Wei Kuo, Chun-Chieh Yang, Jenq-Kuen Lee, Shau-Yin Tseng
12W-2
On the and-or-scheduling problems
Wuu Yang, M. H. Hung, Jenq-Kuen Lee
12W-3
RHJoin: A Fast and Space-efficient Join Method for Log Processing in MapReduce
Dixin Tang, Taoying Liu, Hong Liu and Wei Li
12W-4
Effective Multi-GPU Communication Using Multiple CUDA Streams and Threads
Mohammed Sourouri, Tor Gillberg, Scott Baden and Xing Cai
12W-5
Atomic Reduction Based Sparse Matrix-Transpose Vector Multiplication on GPUs
Yuan Tao, Yangdong Deng, Shuai Mu, Mingfa Zhu, Limin Xiao, Li Ruan and Zhibin Huang
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Session 13W: Workshop – ESCAPE
Time: 10:20-12:00
Room: Seminar Room 3, 3F, MXIC Building
Chair: Prof. Che-Rung Lee
13W-1
Efficient Management of Large DMA Memory Buffers in Microdrivers
Dominic Eschweiler and Volker Lindenstruth
13W-2
RBPP: A Row Based DRAM Page Policy for the Many-core Era
Xiaowei Shen and Zhimin Zhang
13W-3
HIOPS-KV: Exploiting Multiple Flash Solid-state Drives for Key Value Stores
Woong Shin, Myeongcheol Kim, Jinyoung Choi, Hyeonsang Eom and Heon Y. Yeom
13W-4
Paraio: A Scalable Network I/O Framework for Many-core Systems
Ping Song, Yi Liu, Chi Liu, Depei Qian and Qinfen Hao
13W-5
Orchestrating Safe Streaming Computations with Preci
Peng Li, Kunal Agrawal, Jeremy Buhler and Roger Chamberlain
13W-6
Accelerated Variance Reduction Methods on GPU
Chuan-Hsiang Han and Yu-Tuan Lin
Friday, December 19, 2014
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Conference Information
Conference Venue
Learning Resources Center - The Macronix Building (MXIC Building), National Tsing Hua University
No. 101, Section 2, Kuang-Fu Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
Registration / Location: 1F
Operating Hours:
December 16-18
December 19
08:30-17:00
08:30-10:00
Message Board
The message board will be available for participants to exchange information or to obtain the latest update
of the conference.
Conference Badge
Please ensure to wear your badge at all times to enter the session rooms, there may also be coupons placed
in your badge to exchange for conference banquet and additional purchase.
Conference Wi-Fi
The conference provides free Wi-Fi service in the building. Please go to registration desk to receive the Wi-Fi
access information.
Lunch
Date
Time
Location
Remarks
December 16-18, 2014
12:00-13:20
Rest Area, 1F
All registrants are cordially invited; all attendees are requested to wear the ICPADS 2014 badges.
Shuttle Bus Schedule
Date
Departure Location
Departure Time
Destination
December 18
1st Floor, MXIC Building
17:30
Windy City Moon Restaurant
December 18
Windy City Moon Restaurant
20:30
NTHU Gate
December 19
1st Floor, MXIC Building
13:00
Educational Site Visit
December 20
NTHU Gate
08:30
Post-Conference Tour
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Social Programs
Welcome Reception
Date
Time
Location
Remarks
Tuesday, December 16
17:30-20:30
Smile CafГ©, 1F, MXIC Building
Reception is complimentary for all full conference participants; please ensure to wear your
badge to enter the reception venue. For domestic students, limited supplies of reception
coupons are available at the Registration Desk for NT$ 1,500.
Conference Banquet
Date
Time
Location
Remarks
Thursday, December 18
18:00-20:30
Windy City Moon Restaurant
Shuttle bus to the restaurant will be departure at 17:30 on the 1st Floor, MXIC Building.
All attendees are requested to present the banquet coupon or invitation card. Limited supplies
of banquet coupons are available at the Registration Desk for NT$ 2,400/US$ 80.
Educational Site Visit
Date
Time
Route
Remarks
Friday, December 19
12:00-17:30
Industrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu Science Park and Taiwan Pavilion Expo.
Shuttle bus will be departure at 13:00 on the 1st Floor, MXIC Building.
All attendees are requested to present the coupon to enter the lunch venue.
Limited supplies of visit coupons are available at the Registration Desk for NT$ 750/US$ 25.
Post-Conference Tour
Date
Time
Itinerary
Remarks
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Saturday, December 20
08:30-12:30
Residence of President Xin Zhi-Ping, Taiwan Pavilion Expo, Zhu-Qian City, Confucius Temple and
the City God Temple
Shuttle bus will be departure at 08:30 at NTHU Gate.
All attendees are requested to present the coupon. Limited supplies of tour coupons are
available at the Registration Desk for NT$ 1,200/US$ 40.
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6 Shui Mu Student Center (Restaurant)
3 Casa de Socrates Cafe
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5 Feng Yun Building (Book Store & Restaurant)
1 NTHU Gate
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Registration Desk
Poster
Secretariat
Program-at-a-Glance
Opening Ceremony,
Keynotes & Best Paper Award Session
1F
Welcome Reception
Lunch and Coffee Break
Entrance
Secretariat
Library
Rest Area
Smile Cafe
International Conference Hall
Entrance
3F
Distance
Learning
Classroom B
Workshop & Parallel Session
DL Office/
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Seminar
Room 1
Classroom 245
Seminar
Room 2
Distance
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Room 3
Seminar
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